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TUNE IN ALERT: THE HIGH ROAD Re-Launches Today, May 26 on UpliftTV

buzzz worthy. . .

THE HIGH ROAD Re-Launches Today, May 26th, on 
UpliftTV Channel 379 on DirecTV
 
Interview-Driven Conservative Talk Show Showcases an 
Expanded Team and Set Makeover


Los Angeles, CA – THE HIGH ROAD, an interview-driven, conservative commentary talk show, will relaunch after its midseason break with an expanded team and set makeover today, Thursday, May 26th. The High Road airs each Thursday on Uplift TV, Channel 379 on DirecTV at 10pm PST and rebroadcast on Sunday at 8pm PST.
 
The High Road covers trends in culture and shares insightful discussions with thought leaders.  Merging humor, interviews, conservative commentary and global connection, hosts and show creators Drs. Drake & Serena Travis provide “The Cure for Cultural Chaos” through captivating, quick-witted news culled from international sources, and culturally relevant commentary and analysis generated from their non-profit and political work over the last 30 years.
 
In addition to the show’s news and interviews, additional segments will include “Cut the Nonsense,” where Drake takes a no-nonsense approach to troubling trends in our culture and “Global Connection” where the panel seeks to “solve the world’s problems in 3 minutes or less.”
 
The relaunch episode will feature Alfonzo Rachel, political pundit, drummer of 20Lb Sledge and actor in the movie Gosnell.  In “Cut the Nonsense”, Drake challenges the BLM movement, and “Global Connection” will focus on the migration of people groups and how these can positively and negatively affect a culture.  A trailer for this episode can be viewed  here.

Future episodes will feature actor Robert Davi (Goonies, Die Hard), actress Erika Eleniak (Under Siege, The Beverly Hillbillies), actor Anthony Preston (Days of our Lives), CBN News Anchor Wendy Griffith and singer/songwriter Tammy Trent.  Future “Cut the Nonsense” segments include a pointed focus on Common Core, highlights of the great legacy of Ronald Reagan and concerns regarding questionable role models. 
 
Melissa Nunnally returns to the High Road team as moderator for the “Global Connection” segment, and will be joined by Maxwell Adams. Maxwell, who studied at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA, will serve as the Global Consultant on the show.  Also joining the High Road team is Segment Producer Brenda Epperson. Brenda is best known for her role on The Young and the Restless, as well as host of the Ustream show Actors E-Chat.
 
Past episodes can be streamed by subscription from http://TheHighRoadShow.com