Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

  • 01:23

    MBSFood: Stories & Messages of Hope with Rev. Jane Batt

    in Spirituality

    When Pandora's box was opened, all sorts of chaos was let loose into the word. Many view our current world circumstances in just that way. However, what remained in the box was...Hope. Rev. Jane Batt has become an expert at ferreting out stories of hope, and she will share some with listeners. We will also open up the phone lines for her to tap into her powerful connection to Spirit to share messages of hope to callers.

    Rev. Jane Batt graduated from All Faiths Seminary in 2001 and serves as an Associate Minister at Takoma Metaphysical Chapel in Silver Spring, MD, where she is serves in ministries such as Platform Healing and All-Message Service. She is a Reiki Master, a Humane Society Volunteer, and a gatherer of hopeful news for over 40 years.

  • 00:54

    Medical Sociologist, Jane Leserman, Discusses Abuse, Trauma, and Pelvic Pain

    in Health

    Dr. Jane Leserman, who will be speaking at the International Pelvic Pain Society conference this October, is a medical sociologist and retired Professor from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  The focus of her research has been on how stress and traumatic life events (e.g., sexual and physical abuse) affect long-term physical and mental health.  Specifically, she has examined the effects of stress and trauma on patients with gastrointestinal disorders, pelvic pain and those with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).  Her research has shown that trauma and stress are associated with many diverse and severe health effects years after these events.  Stress has been related to faster progression to AIDS and increased risk for mortality among the HIV infected.  Patients being seen for chronic pelvic pain and gastrointestinal disorders have worse health status (more health visits, poorer function, more pain) if they have a history of trauma. Dr. Leserman’s research has been the inspiration behind her becoming a member of the board of her local agency to prevent domestic violence.  Dr. Leserman has authored and co-authored over 100 papers on topics concerning psychosomatic and behavioral medicine. 

    You will not want to miss this one-hour discussion on her research behind the role of physical and sexual abuse and trauma within the diagnoses of chronic pelvic pain disorders. This will be a sneak preview of her larger lecture at the International Pelvic Pain Society conference in October (www.pelvicpain.org). 

  • 00:15

    Laura Webber - Jane of All Trades

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Kevin Willett is joined by Laura Webber from Jane of All Trades. Jane of All Trades does the things in life you can't or don't have time to do! Anything from pet sitting to gardening and errands!. For more information please visit their website at http://www.janeofalltrades4u.com/ 

    For more information about the Friends of Kevin Networking Group please visit our website at www.friendsofkevin.com 

  • 01:32
  • Paradigm Shift with Dr. Sam Mugzzi and Jane Pooley

    in Paranormal

    Central Coast grandmother Jane Pooley hardly fits the stereotype of a UFO believer. But the 51-year-old says she saw one last week.

    She described watching a craft with rotating lights moving silently above Brisbane Water, near where she lives - an area recognised as one of Australia's UFO hotspots.

    "I'm a conservative, Catholic, middle-aged, registered nurse and I've worked in an emergency department, so I've seen some pretty weird things. Nothing seems to surprise me much any more," she said.

    "I believe in the Christian faith but I don't think it negates it (the possibility of ET life)."It is the quest for indisputable evidence which drives Dr Ragbir Bhathal, director of the Australian Optical SETI (search for extraterrestrial intelligence) project. Night after night for the past 10 years, the University of Western Sydney engineering lecturer has peered through a powerful telescope on the university's campus, looking for flashes of light from alien civilisations.

    Other SETI projects search for radio transmissions but Dr Bhathal believes such technology could be obsolete for extraterrestrial intelligence.

    "We think if the ET are so much more advanced than us, they wouldn't be sending signals by radio waves but by using laser beams," he said, explaining that lasers carry more than a million times more information than a radio wave.A decade of searching has proved fruitless but Dr Bhathal said astronomical discoveries over the past 20 years provides a breakthrough could be close. 



  • 01:31


    in Spirituality

    Call us this Monday  at 5Pm Edt 10Pm Gmt

    for the welcome return and great Messages from the Angelic Realm, with brilliant Scottish medium Jane at 5Pm Est 10Pm Bst!

    She will be speaking about Transformation through past lives.

    Jane is an angel communicator, medium, soul reader, angel therapy practitioner and numerologist,

    She has trained with some of the top teachers in the world, including Doreen Virtue, Gordon Smith and Tony Stockwell.  Call in and ask Jane Anything!




  • 00:31

    Joy Keys chats with Actress Margaret Avery from Being Mary Jane about Lupus

    in Current Events

    Special Guest:  Margaret Avery moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career in 1968. In 1973 her Los Angeles Drama Circle Award-winning performance in the play “Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?” caught the attention of Clint Eastwood and he quickly cast her in his film “Magnum Force”, serving as an entree for guest starring roles in numerous episodic T.V. shows and Blaxploitation films including “Scott Joplin”, “The Lathe of Heaven”, “The Return of Superfly” and “Heatwave”. She eventually got cast in her most widely recognized Academy-Award nominated role as Shug Avery in Steven Spielberg’s “The Color Purple”.

    She is a new public advocate for continued Lupus research and education through the Lupus Foundation of America; a cause preempted by personally knowing individuals living with Lupus as well as playing a character who suffers from the disease on BET's Being Mary Jane. http://www.margaretaveryonline.com

    Special Guest: Annette Myarick is the CEO for the Lupus Foundation of America’s (LFA) Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter. Prior to joining the LFA in 1991, she was with the Arthritis Foundation’s Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter for 14 years, most recently as the Vice President for Public Health Strategies. Annette has a Bachelor’s degree in Community Health Education from Temple University. 


  • "Hush Up Sweet Charlotte" Writer/Director Billy Clift of "Baby Jane?" Fame

    in Movies

    Nicholas Snow welcomes critically acclaimed Writer/Director Billy Clift (of Baby Jane? fame) to discuss not only his career, but his latest film, Hush Up Sweet Charlotte, an homage to the 1964 Hush…Hush Sweet Charlotte film starring the iconic actresses Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland.  The film tells of an aging, reclusive Southern belle with a horrifying hidden family secret.  It tracks her descent into madness (with the help of a lost relative) as she fights to save her family’s historic plantation.

    In Clift’s film, the leads are parody performances by gender-illusionist superstars Matthew Martin and Varla Jean Merman.  The feature role of housekeeper Velma, originally performed by Agnes Moorhead, is played by Mink Stole, made famous by cult film director, John Waters.  Other cast members include accomplished comedian/actor Jason Stuart, star of stage and screen David Millbern, rising star Jesse Pepe, Raja Gemini of RuPaul’s Drag Race, plus San Francisco drag icons Katya Smirnoff Skyy, Ethel Merman, Honey Mahogony, Heklina and more.

    Visit NicholasSnow.com!  This episode's main sponsors are Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.

  • 00:40

    “Being Mary Jane”- Who are “We”: Women of an Empowered Legacy or Circumstances

    in Women

    Inspired by the hit BET TV Series

    "Being Mary Jane" by Program Creator Mara Brock Akil and leading Actress Gabriel Union. Being Mary Jane is a show that touches on the beauty and complexities of womanhood. Mary Jane experiences it all Love, Family, Career, Friends, and spirituality. The role that is being played with the beautiful and talented Gabrielle Union of Being Mary Jane is the definition of what women can face in everyday life, with decisions and choices that will define their quality of life experiences whether good or bad.


    Welcome to The Heart of Conversation Podcast Show where we will discuss inspiring topics like these and other things that women have experienced or want answer to question with real talk, real emotion and real solutions with everyday women that are not on the television, but would like to share and discuss love, life, and happiness. With your hosts Sheena Moss, Denise James, and Jenavia Weaver. THOC believes that when women get together and uplift each other fabulous and empowering things happen. Let’s get started

  • 01:38

    Why it's easy to commit suicide/Jim Carrey/eluding pain/depression

    in Self Help

    Jane's car got destroyed by an 18 yr old this Friday while she was driving to a funeral of a 21 yr old.  Jane and Loran had to orchestrate rides to a city 2.5 hours away to make it to the funeral  How does one handle a crisis?  Jim Carrey's girlfriend died taking pills.  How easy is it to check out and just forget about life's problem?  Suicide, stress and other topics.  Join Jon, Don and Jane

  • 00:51

    The Author's Talk Show with Jane H. Davis (author of "First Aid for Heroes")

    in Books

    Jane H. Davis wrote her memior, First Aid for Heroes, and published it through Rocket Science Productions.

    Jane has been a volunteer for many years while traveling around the world with her husband during his military career with the US Army. Her major volunteer experience was in 2001 when she traveled to New York City, after 9/11; with the American Red Cross to work as a First Aid nurse at Ground Zero, taking care of the rescue and recovery workers.

    In 2006, Jane’s husband received the diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.  Thankfully, the disease is progressing slowly and he continues to work full time and lives an active life. In 2009 Jane’s husband was diagnosed with stage 4 Mantle Cell Lymphoma.  He currently is in remission.

    Together they fight these battles and work on maintaining a positive outlook.
    Jane and her husband Gary reside in Northern Virginia. She is a mother of two, and grandmother of four.

    You can see more about Jane, and buy her book through her website www.janehdavis.com.