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1st Hour: Mon, May 21, 2012 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/doctorprepper/2012/05/21/pzradio)

2:00-3:00PM CT: PZRadio with Ray Gano. Today on PZ Radio is Darin Smith of Biospharms. Biospharms develops sustainable agriculture communities that feature grid optional living utilizing solar power, rain water cisterns, fruit tree groves, and various appropriate technologies that combine modern technology with age old principles. Where is this taking place? BELIZE Is the possiblity of "bugging out" completely an idea? If so, todays PZ Radio is a show you will not want to miss.

2nd Hour:  Tue, May 8, 2012 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/doctorprepper/2012/05/08/pzradio)

2:00-3:00PM CT: PZRadio withRay Gano.
 
On PZ Radio we have my returning friend Vickilynn Haycraft of Real Food Living. . Today we are discussing "Food Storage with Food Allergies."  Vickilynn is a well-known author, speaker, teacher and nutrition researcher. She also hosts a radio show here on PRN every Saturday night at 7 PM Eastern.
 
3rd Hour:  Fri, May 4, 2012 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/doctorprepper/2012/05/05/pzradio)

2:00-3:00PM CT: PZRadio with Ray Gano. I have Sylvia Britton of Christian Homekeeper Network as my guest on PZ Radio. It being spring, we will be discussing a topic that we all love, Spring Cleaning. Sylvia Britton is a Christian, wife, mom and grandmother who enjoys helping others learn how to master old fashioned skills for living. She is the hostess of The 21st Century Homekeeper radio program which airs on Thursday nights at 7 PM central time on the Preparedness Radio Network. Sylvia is the owner of the Christian Homekeeper website where she shares all the old fashioned skills she teaches as well as slices of life in her home. You can visit Sylvia at www.christianhomekeeper.org
 

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