Farmers Leonard and Alyce Julien
From a lineage of successful farmers and innovators they tell their families story of accomplishment and heart ache. Their father invented the mechanical sugar cane planter. Great description of life in the small village of Modeste Louisiana on Highway 405, north of the parish seat of Donaldsonville, between Hohen Solms, and Philadelphia Point. Shameful story […]
The Mayor Valeria Schexnayder
Born on land owned by her ancestors for a century that was stolen to create a National Park, our Living Legend known as the “Mayor of the Lower Nine” talks about her life, surviving Hurricanes Betsy and Katrina and how she has fought for her community and won.
Coach Roger Cador Part II
Our Living Legend on success despite obstacles, how to inspire young people, the difficulties of building a program at a university with limited resources and his take on what is the future of baseball. It is impossible not to like Roger Cador. His genuineness and candor is refreshing. He provides smart, insightful analysis on everything […]
Coach Roger Cador Part I
Southern University Legendary Coach gives insight into the relationships, struggles and obstacles that led to his early success. Coach holds the distinction of leading Southern University to the first HBCU to win a game in an NCAA regional, upsetting No. 2 Cal State Fullerton, 1-0, in New Orleans in 1987.
All American Gaynell “Gus” Kinchen
Our Living Legend talks about family, LSU and football. A member of the LSU National Championship Football team playing on the Chinese Bandits squad, a politician and family patriarch.
The Voice Dan Borné
From football walk on in high school to working for Russell Long and Edwin Edwards to the Voice of Tiger Stadium our Living Legend tells his story of a life well lived. He celebrates his 37th year as Public Address announcer for LSU football and men’s basketball games. His signature line before each football game, […]
Sybil Haydel Morial A Force of Nature Part II
The 89 year old mother, author matriarch of New Orleans most successful political family discusses the importance of family, Martin Luther King, Andrew Young, Mahalia Jackson, Global Warming and more. Our Living Legend is our history.
Sybil Haydel Morial a Force of Nature Part I
The 89 year old mother, author matriarch of New Orleans most successful political family discusses the importance of knowing your ancestry. A first rate storyteller lets us in on a couple centuries of her family history woven into a recipe for successful navigation of the American experience for those of the African Diaspora. From the […]
75th Episode Now in 25 Countries
Congratulations to LD Azobra! Count Time passed its one year anniversary and has been heard in 25 countries around the world.
LSU All American Tyler Lafauci
Entrepreneur and prominent physical therapist our living legend talks about football, LSU and family.
Renaissance Man Stanley Francis
Entrepreneur, artist our living legend talks about a mixture of history, inspiration, legacy and faith. His family run business established during Reconstruction (1875) has been passed down for generations. He describes the effort and drive needed to maintain a successful business from the reconstruction era through Jim Crow to modern times starting with his great-grandfather […]
Honoring the Nurses of 4South
LD is excited and you should be too, because the Nurses of 4South of the Baton Rouge General Hospital, the segregated ward in the 50’s and 60’s, are being honored. A dedication will be held next Wednesday July 27, 2022 at 7036 Florida Blvd. in the hospital chapel. Please come out and celebrate with us […]