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New York Sports and Beyond: 1/23/15
On this week's program: Efforts to preserve a Harlem landmark; The New York Police & Fire Widows' & Children's Benefit Fund; A call to improve youth unemployment; And a free tennis academy in New York.
New York Sports and Beyond: 1/16/15
A focus on Harlem; How Ice Hockey in Harlem focuses on improving the well-being of youth in the community, and the battle to save Harlem's Renaissance Ballroom.
What Side You On?: 1/10/15
With a sparse free agent crop at quarterback, the draft may be the only way for the Jets to upgrade. Sitting at #6, if Mariota or Winston falls, do the Jets pull the trigger?
Knicks Roundtable: Ian Begley & Anthony Donahue: 1/10/15
Did the Knicks show a glimpse of their future against the Rockets? Ian hears that Hardaway Jr. & Calderone could be the next dominoes to fall in Phil Jackson's rebuild.
Rap legend Jadakiss hits on the Knicks, Phil Jackson, his new solo album, and his picks for the NFL Divisional games and the College Football title game.
New York Sports and Beyond: 1/9/15
A new treatment offers hope for athletes; How to keep your New Year's resolutions in 2015; The new Executive Director of PAL shares his vision.
NY Sports and Beyond: 1/4/15
Bill Daughtry speaks with Tina Syer from Positive Coaching Alliance, Tutan Reyes about the "Beyond The Boroughs" scholarship program and Heather Parisi about Flip2bFit.
New York Sports and Beyond: 12/19/14
This week we cover a new website that helps anyone involved in youth sports with the answers they need, "Beyond the Boroughs" and stories from an old friend who battled and defeated cancer.
New York Sports and Beyond: 12/12/14
Fetured in this week's program: An update on the legalization of sports betting in NJ; The Special Olympics World Games; "Beyond the Boroughs"; and athletes speaking out.
The Bill Daughtry Show: Antonio Pierce: 12/6/14
There comes a point in a coach'€™s career with a team where their message stops getting across to the players. Antonio thinks Tom Coughlin may be at that point.
The Bill Daughtry Show: Tim Legler: 12/6/14
There is a lack of urgency with the Knicks that cannot confidently be placed on the coach or his players. Nets are not going to be a consistently good regular season team.
The Bill Daughtry Show: Anthony Donahue: 12/6/14
Anthony is fired up! Why weren't the Knicks best defenders on the court in the final seconds? The Knicks have been in every game so far and continue to let them slip.
New York Sports and Beyond: 12/5/14
After the grand jury decision out of Staten Island this past week, Bill Daughtry discusses the complicated issues surrounding that case as well as the one in Missouri.
New York Sports and Beyond: 11/28/14
A Thanksgiving Weekend edition features a focus on the Jimmy V Foundation, a chat with the Bowery Mission, & a discussion on the events in Ferguson, MO.
New York Sports and Beyond: 11/21/14
As Thanksgiving draws near, we reflect on The Season of Giving, helping others, and how to find gratitude though you may not be feeling very thankful.
New York Sports and Beyond: 11/14/14
Featured on this week's program; Giants CB Walter Thurmond, the New York Cares Coat Drive, Anne Grady on raising a child with a mental illness, & the inspiring story of the Victor High School football team.
New York Sports and Beyond: 11/7/14
As Veteran's Day nears, we chat with some of our nation's heroes and organizers of the local parade festivities.
New York Sports and Beyond: 10/31/14
The New York City Marathon has arrived! Hear from participants and also how to treat those achy knees afterwards.
New York Sports and Beyond: 10/28/14
This week's show discusses the legalization of sports betting in the state of New Jersey as well as Team Donate Life's run in the New York City Marathon.
New York Sports and Beyond: 10/17/14
On this week's program, we hear three different and uplifting stories from Daniel Rodriguez, David Holthouse, and Anne Grady.
New York Sports and Beyond: 10/14/14
Featured on this week's program; "Stay in Step", "Flip2BFit", America's food allergy phenomenon, and "Race2Rebuild" continues to help rebuild NYC.
Hahn and Humpty: 10/8/14
Alan has Knicks-duties but finds the time to call in and check up on Rick & Brian Custer.
Steve Valiquette: 10/8/14
The former Rangers goaltender doesn't think the team will suffer from a hangover after losing in the Stanley Cup Finals last season.
Jason Vargas: 10/8/14
With his team heading to the ALCS after making the MLB Postseason for the first time since 1985, the Royals starting pitcher talks about the meeting that turned KC's season around and says this young group is not satisfied yet.
Garth Snow: 10/8/14
As the 2014-15 NHL season gets underway, the Islanders GM talks the bold acquisitions from last week, John Tavares' health, and the outlook for this Isles team.
Bill Daughtry Show: 10/4/14
Bill talks about last night's baseball playoffs and the Division Series going forward. He also dives into this weekend's Jets and Giants games - Bill is optimistic about two wins on Sunday. Plus, is Carmelo Anthony an underrated superstar? Who will be the most important Knick besides Anthony this coming season?
Bill Daughtry Show: Doug Glanville: 10/4/14
Bill talks to Doug Glanville about the baseball playoffs, focusing largely on the Dodgers-Cardinals series.
New York Sports and Beyond: 10/3/14
An inspirational show for early October; We hear from Wheelchair Marathon Grand Slam champion Tatyana McFadden, "Stay in Step Foundation" founder Romy Camargo, Flip2BFit creator Heather Parisi, and John Cunningham of National AIDS Memorial Grove.
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