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  • 00:35

    Helen Fisher - Biological Anthropologist, Chief Scientific Advisor - Match.com

    in Romance

    Intersections Match Talk Radio - Jasbina Ahluwalia's
    Lifestyle Radio Show Presents:


    TUE. JULY 28, 4:00 pm ET
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    ...An interactive discussion with Dr. Helen Fisher - Biological Anthropologist, Chief Scientific Advisor - Match.com


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  • 01:10

    HEALing THrough Hurt Welcomes Helen Woo!

    in Women

    Helen Woo endured her life. It wasn't living. Raised in a restrictive traditional Chinese-American household, she experienced self-esteem issues, mental and physical abuse, grief, substance abuse, betrayal and depression. Yet she still managed to have a successful career that allowed her to build a bit of a nest egg. Later, when she invested it in a partnership with a close friend, only to have her partner steal all of the assets, that betrayal was the last straw. Alone and raising a son, Woo knew something had to change-and it wasn't the world around her-it was the world within her.

  • 00:30

    NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer is Riding The Wave

    in News

    NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer has released his office's audit of the Build It Back program. On this week's Riding The Wave with Mark Healey, he'll discuss the audit and other issues Rockaway cares about the most.  Thanks again to Rockaway Roasters for the hospitality and great coffee.


     


     

  • 00:32

    A Conversation with Helen Stringer author of Spellbinder

    in Lifestyle

    Today's guest is Liverpool native and author Helen Stringer. Helen came across the pond to the west coast to attend film school and work in the film industry.
    Now a resident of the Bay Area, Helen has entered the world of YA novels. Her book, Spellbinder features the main character Belladonna Johnson who can see ghosts. It’s a trait she’s inherited from her mother’s side of the family, like blue eyes or straight hair. And it’s a trait she could do without, because what twelve-year-old wants to be caught talking to someone invisible?
    Helen has an uncanny ability to think and write in the tone young aults can relate to. Tune in as we find out what inspires her to write, how she got into the publishing industry and what advice she has for aspiring YA novelists everywhere.

     
    She's also written the Midnight Gate. Join us as she talks about the world of young adult fantasy and what inspires her.

  • 00:56

    'Grabbing Life By The Balls' An IC4TS chat with Helen Carver

    in Spirituality

    "Twenty years from now you will be more dissappointed by the the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do." Mark Twain


    This week Mark takes a lighter looker at life by speaking with author of 'Life Begins At Fifty'  Helen Carver. After going through a divorce and feeling trapped on the hamster wheel of life of life, a silly idea occurred to her to do an around the world trip she casually mentioned the idea to her 19 year old daughter.... And the idea then rapidly turned from a whacky idea into a reality. Helen rebelled in a spectacular way, walking away from her Job renting out her house and she just went for it.... Her decision led her onwards into alsorts of adventures including Skydiving, White water rafting and posing nude for photos.


    Join Mark and Helen as they discuss 'living life' and her adventures this Thursday.

  • 00:34

    Helen Stringer Making Reading a Fearless Experience for Kids

    in Family

    Joining Bill today on KOKS Live is Helen Stringer to talk about: Fear, Fright and Fantasy - Making Reading a Fearless Experience for Kids!
    Frightful entertainment is a longstanding tradition that goes back before stories were ever written.  Scary tales told by old uncle Harry, ghost stories around the campfire, Grimm’s Fairy Tales, monster movies, and murder mysteries and every horror and suspense tale on paper and film are all part of entertainment by fright.  Unfortunately, younger kids who are unable to separate the tale from the truth are also exposed, and often truly frightened by media and second-hand tales from older kids.  How do we make fearless sense of the realistic non-reality of stories that are made to scare kids senseless?  Ask a storyteller!
    A storyteller since her Liverpool, England childhood, Helen Stringer’s first job was researching the family history of the Earls of Sefton at their estate, Croxteth Hall. The vast, empty old mansion, opened to the public for tours, became a the buildings in her books. In America, Helen attended film school, worked in the entertainment industry and then at an entertainment law firm. Like so many writers, her writing was done second shift. While working and learning how the industry works, Helen began working on SPELLBINDER, getting great advice from a partner in the firm. Helen now lives in a barn at the back of her parents’ house with a bunch of cats and a ton of books.  Her books, Spellbinder and Belladonna are intended to stir the imagination of middle-schoolers on either side of the pond.
    More info: HelenStringer.net

  • 00:33

    Helen Henderson Returns as my Guest Author on May 11th

    in Books

    I'm thrilled to announce that Helen Henderson returns as my guest author on May 11th. She'll be reading from her fantasy romance, Hatchlings Curse, Book Two of The Dragshi Chronicles.


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    Lord Branin Llewlyn is a dragshi, a human who can exchange bodies with a dragon. After millennia of waiting...and searching, Branin and his dragon counterpart, Llewlyn, have found their intended mates.


    For the dragshi, the freedom of flight comes with a price. Now Branin has to find a cure for the childlessness of his kind. Cryptic references to mating flights add hope, but dark references about the deaths of suitors threatens not only his life, but the dreams of all dragon shifters.


    To save his kind he has to win the mating flight. And the cost? 


    All he treasures. Throwing the competition is not an option.

  • 00:30

    Testimony of Light by Helen Greaves

    in Self Help

    Join Deb and Samantha as they discussing the fascinating work of Helen Greaves. 


     


    Frances Banks died, as she had lived, fully aware of what she was experiencing and where she hoped to go. She was an Anglican nun for 25 years and for much of that time, the principal of the Teachers' Training College in Grahamstown, South Africa.  She was the author of many psychological book. Her last book was Frontiers of Revelation, an account of research into psychic and mystical phenomena.
    Her friend Helen Greaves was by her side as she finally lapsed into unconsciousness. Then, one evening some three weeks after Frances's death, Helen sensed her presence. This extraordinary encounter marked the beginning of contact between them from both sides of the veil—between life as we know it and life on "the other side."


    Testimony of Light is based on these communications that Helen received telepathically from Frances. The writings have been authenticated by those who knew them both and who were familiar with their individual writing styles. Moving and inspiring, this classic book is a testament to the enduring power of their friendship, and offers an important message to us all—that the death of the body is but a gentle passing to a much freer and fuller life. -- Amazon.com


    HELEN GREAVES lived in the United Kingdom and was the author of several books of metaphysics, including The Challenging Light, The Dissolving Veil, and The Wheel of Eternity. Testimony of Light has remained in print since it was first published in 1969 and it has touched the lives of many.

  • 01:04

    Psychosocial and Emotional Aspects of Infertility w/ Helen Adrienne & Amy Demma

    in Health

    Childlessness due to infertility can be devastating and is on the rise. More and more couples are finding it hard to become pregnant and carry a pregnancy to term. The emotional trauma and hopelessness that come with infertility and recurrent miscarriages can only be best described and understood by people who have been through it. But, unfortunately, not many people open up on this issue, which is considered to be a social stigma. We are discussing this grave issue with Helen Adrienne, a Psychotherapist and the master of her craft who will tell us about her tested mind-body techniques that has helped many come out of the guilt and depression of infertility and living a life again. We also discuss about the legal, ethical, and emotional issues of deciding the fate of the remaining embryos created after an IVF procedure, with Amy Demma, a New York licensed attorney and founder of Law Offices of Amy Demma, who counsels many clients on this issue everyday.

  • 01:07

    ArmChair QuarterBack Radio

    in Sports

    ArmChair QuarterBack Radio goes LIVE on Saturday from 11amET-Noon. College football season is around the corner and MLB is Heating up! We go all around the world of sports: NASCAR, MLB, NFL, COLLEGE FOOTBALL, SEC, ACC, BIG TEN, PGA and much much more. What ever topic is hot, we'll hammer it home. NOBODY does it quite like Mac Magee, Justin Waller, Brad Shelton, Temos Wooten and Wyatt Stringer. Call in and join the fun 929-477-3987!!!!!!!!!!!


     

  • 02:03

    Scottscope Talk Radio 8/1/2015: The Rise of the Rogue Nation!

    in Entertainment

    On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation!  Could this be Ethan Hunt’s most impossible mission yet?  Is the franchise only getting better with each successive entry?  Has Christopher McQuarrie succeeded where John Woo supposedly failed?  Did he manage to top both Brad Bird and J.J. Abrams?  Could Rogue Nation be the best pure action film of the summer?  Are spy films undergoing a renaissance this year?  Who should be handed the directorial reigns for the IMF’s next cinematic outing?  Is Tom Cruise getting too old to play the lead in this series? 


    The roundtable will also be reviewing Ant-Man! Is the troubled history of the production evident in the final product? Would Marvel Studios be better off right now if they would have let Edgar Wright have his way? Just where does Scott Lang rank among his MCU counterparts? Is he a first stringer, or a bench-warmer? Is the film a pleasant surprise, or is it the first real chink in Marvel’s seemingly impregnable armor? Now that phase II of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has officially come to a close, how does it stack up to phase I?     

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