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  • 00:31

    Positively Pets

    in Spirituality

    Each week we will discuss the positive benefits of being a pet owner. I will teach you how to have a spiritual connection with your pet even if your pet has passed on. I am an animal communicator and spiritual medium. You will transform all relationships being learning to communicate and connect with your greatest spiritual teacher (Your Pet) You will learn that your pet has been guided to you for specific life lessons. Don't miss your powerful lessons that your pet has come to teach. I am your host and pack leader I am a dog trainer and yoga instructor I have combined all my gifts to have amazing results with all my clients. The possibilities for our planet are incredible if we can help our pet step into greatness and witness love on a deeper level.We will discuss behaviorial issues 42% of all dog owners in this country report problems managing their dogs' behavior. There is a spiritual solution for every problem and I will give you the skills you need. I am the author of www.dogsaregiftsfromgod.com and I will share techniques, meditations, and life-changing exercises. Join me as we realize the potential in our pets and in our selves.This week I am talking with Chris Durrant of www.AnimalMatters.com we will talk about solutions to help ive a voice to the forgotten animals help us help the animals and share this message of hope!

  • 01:03

    Vitamania !-Cathrine Price with Scott Cluthe on Positively Incorrect Radio

    in Women

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    Scott Cluthe hosts' Catherine Price and her startling new book on the rampant problems with the vitamin & supplement industries live. 


    LIVE@ 8 PM EST-7 CST-6 MST-5 PST Call in:347-308-8478


    The fascinating story of America’s love of vitamins—and how it affects our health


    Should I take a multivitamin? Does vitamin C really prevent colds? Can I get enough vitamin D from the sun? Are dietary supplements safe? How much of each vitamin do I need?


    There’s no question that Americans are fascinated by vitamins and nutrition – we think that vitamins are always good for us, and that the more we can get, the better. But how much about vitamins do we really know? And how might the answer to that question affect the way we eat?


    When it comes to vitamins, it turns out that the experts themselves are surprisingly short on answers. Yes, we need the thirteen dietary chemicals known as vitamins; without them, we would die. Yet despite a century of scientific research (the word “vitamin” was coined only in 1911), there is little agreement around even the simplest of questions, whether it’s exactly how much of each vitamin we each require or what these chemicals actually do.

  • 01:06

    Psychic Pam Jenkins Live on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect Radio

    in Spirituality

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    Scott Cluthe talks with Psychic Intuitive Pam Jenkins  live.
    On this New Moon Weekend. What Are Your Hopes,Dreams & Wishes for the rest of 2015 ?


    Call in early as the lines fill up! 347-308-8478. Scott Cluthe hosts’ gifted Intuitive Pam Jenkins Thursday and looks forward to having her back on live with his listeners.


    Pam appeared on national TV with Carmen Harra, P.h.D., sharing her experience and also working with Carmen as a friend and teacher. Join Scott and Pam for a LIVE hour of insight and listeners calls and concerns on their life purpose and direction. It was always natural for Pam to communicate with the Other Side, not strange. An everyday occurrence in her my family. Both of her grandparents were gifted as well. As a child Pam would express things that were to come, or what she was seeing, and no one ever thought anything of it. It was just kind of brushed to the side as a child with a wild imagination. Later Pam realized it was far more than her imagination. She started to consider that it was God guiding her and talking to her. Pam Jenkins spent many years in study and training and now assists others in hearing and discovering their own truths. Call, listen and see if you agree that Pam has this gift in abundance!

  • 01:24

    Positively Autistic: Sarah's Autism Chat

    in Lifestyle

    Welcome to Positively Autistic: Sarah’s Autism Chat presented by hosts Sarah Scrimshaw and Joe Westlake. We will be live at the usual time of 6:30pm UK time, 1:30 EST and 10:30am PST.


    This week we will be joined by two very special guests. We will be talking to Joanne Lara, Founder of Autism Movement Therapy in California. We will be asking Joanne all about the recent event she organised, Temple Grandin & Friends at the Club Nokia Centre in LA. We will also be joined by Michael Tolleson. Michael is on the Autism Spectrum and is an incredibly talented savant artist. We will be talking with Michael and asking him about Joanne’s event in which he attended and was a part of live on stage creating an acrylic on canvas masterpiece in just fifteen minutes!


    We cannot wait for this week’s show – it’s going to be very exciting.


    We would love to hear from you, so please join us in the chat room to post your comments, join in and ask questions. As always, you can call in on 1-619-393-2848, or via the Skype link to ask questions.


    You can find out more about Positively Autistic via our website www.positivelyautistic.com or via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic


    We can’t wait to hear from you!


    Sarah & Joe

  • 01:05

    Helen Woo-Self Aid with Scott Cluthe on Positively Incorrect ! Radio

    in Books

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    Scott Cluthe joins Helen Woo Live Thursday to talk about her new book, Self Aid:Inspirations to Turn Struggles into Success.
    Call in:347-308-8478  8 PM EST_ 7 CST-6 MST-5 PST 

    Helen Woo came from a traditional Chinese family who immigrated to America shortly before her birth. Aside from a very difficult upbringing, Helen faced many physical challenges in addition to overcoming struggles with depression, abuse and addiction.As a single mother, life is just beginning for Helen Woo. Today, physically and mentally healthy, she is here to share her success stories.


    Through trials and tribulations, Helen Woo is finally in a good place. Helen helped herself overcome all the misfortunes in her life, and she hopes to make a positive difference, to help others as well, get through their own challenges. Both men and women alike can overcome any bad situation.Helen believes: “Positive thought in combination with positive action will lead to a positive outcome.”


    Author of the upcoming book, “Self Aid – Inspirations to Turn Struggles to Success”, Helen Woo wants the world to know that just because we find ourselves in a difficult situation doesn’t mean we have to stay there. We can always aid ourselves to a better life.

  • 01:27

    Positively Autistic: Sarah's Autism Chat

    in Lifestyle

    Welcome to this week’s episode of Positively Autistic: Sarah’s Autism Chat. This week, we will be live on air at the slightly later time of 9p UK time. We have two very special guests on this week.


    We will be talking to Penny Robinson, who is an Assistant Lecturer at Monash University in Australia, doing a mixture of research and teaching. Penny also volunteers for the ‘I CAN Network,’ and is also one of the Young Adults group leaders for Aspergers Victoria, Australia. Penny was diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome at the age of 14.5 in, in Year 9, in 1997. This July, it’ll be 18 years since Penny’s diagnoses. On the show, Penny will be telling us all about the work she does in the autism community. You can find out more about Penny on her website http://sphpm.blogspot.com.au/2015/01/researcher-profile-penny-robinson.html


    Excitingly, we are also looking forward to talking to one of Positively Autistic’s own radio show hosts, Jeanette Purkis. Jeanette is also on the spectrum herself and has a professional connection with Penny. We will be talking to Jeanette all about the topic of moving home, and the stress this can implicate to those on the spectrum.


    Don’t forget, as always, you can join us in the chat room to join in on the discussion, call in to ask questions on 1-619-393-2848 or call in via the Skype link.


    You can find out more about Positively Autistic via our website www.positivelyautistic.com or via our Facebook page www.Facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic


    We can’t wait to hear from you!


    Sarah & Joe

  • 01:05

    Positively Autistic: Sarah's Autism Chat

    in Lifestyle

    Welcome to this week’s episode of Sarah’s Autism Chat presented to you by Sarah Scrimshaw and Joe Westlake. We will be live at 9pm BST, 4pm EST and 1pm PST. It’s going to be a great show!


    We will be talking to James Charles who is the author of the book ‘Becoming Unique’. We will be hearing from James all about how he determined that he was on the Autism Spectrum and what inspired him to write his book on his life and diagnoses.


    As well as this, we’ll be talking to Colin Brennan and his dad, all about his upcoming trip to meet Temple Grandin in Chicago and their fundraising target!


    As always, you can join in live by calling in on 1-619-393-2848 or via the Skype link to ask questions, or drop your messages in the chat room.


    You can find out more about Positively Autistic via our website www.positivelyautistic.com or visit our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic

  • 02:27

    A Toast to Music, Cooking & Pets

    in Culture

    Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagnes Sundays show, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 407 National Park units.
    On This Episode:
    - Marc Platt – Publisher of  "How The Beatles Did It!",  a user-friendly guide and multi-media pop gallery that focuses on who influenced The Beatles to write their massive catalog in just an eight-year span. The Pop Gallery also features 14 Audio Notebooks and 12 Special "Deconstructing Videos".
    - Guitarist and producer Micha Schellhaas talks about his upcoming new album that he is recording with producer Carl Verheyen, keyboardist Jim Cox, bass player Dave Marotta, and drummer Chad Wackerman.
    - Chef Jeremy Manley ‘San Diego’s Sustainable Chef’ of Jeremy’s on the Hill California Style Bistro, shares a summer recipe.
    - Dr. Gretchen Schoeffler - Emergency and critical care veterinarian with the Cornell University Hospital for Animals

  • 01:10

    Positively Autistic: Sarah's Autism Chat

    in Lifestyle

    Join us this week as we speak to Emma Flint and Tom Pittwood from Brain in Hand, providing assistive technology for people on the Autism Spectrum. Emma and Tom will be talking about their "Minecraft Marathon" which takes place every year on World Autism Awareness Day at the University of Exeter to raise funds for Positively Autistic and a number of other national autism charities.


    We will be live on air from 6:30pm BST, 1:30pm EST and 10:30am PST. As always, you can join us in the chat room, call in to join in on the discussion on 1-619-393-2848, or you can call in via the Skype link.


    You can find out more about Positively Autistic via our website www.positivelyautistic.com or via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic

  • 01:04

    Positively Autistic: Sarah's Autism Chat

    in Lifestyle

    Welcome to this week's show. We haven't been on air with Sarah's Autism Chat for quite some time, so we're looking forward to getting back on the airwaves!


    Sarah will be updating you all on what has been going on in the autism community as well as how the "Wear Ribbons" event at Positively Autistic went, as we have not updated everyone on the final amount we made. We will also be talking to radio show host Jeanette Purkis all about her recent award 'Inspiration Award for Individual Achievement (Adult) at the 2015 Aspect Awards. As well as this, we'll be hearing from our brand new radio show host, Michele Chigas Hillman who recently attended an optometry conference in Las Vegas in relation to autism and eyesight vision that Michele campaigns for, so she will be talking about this.


    As always, you can join us in the chat room, call in on 1-619-393-2848 or call in via the Skype link.


    For more information on Positively Autistic, you can visit our website on www.positivelyautistic.com or our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic


    We look forward to hearing from you!

  • 00:26

    Positively Autistic - Jeanette's Autism Show

    in Lifestyle

    This is Jeanette Purkis's radio show where she and invited guests talk about all things Autism. Jeanette is an Autistic author, advocate and public speaker and is passionate about empowering people on the Autism spectrum to live fulfilled and positive lives. Jeanette is a keen advocate for inclusion and appropriate support for people with Autism spectrum conditions in such areas as employment, education, parenting and access to health services.


    This week, Jeanette will be speaking with Professor Sylvia Rodger about her work with the Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (or ‘Autism CRC’ to its friends). The CRC is doing some great work around improving the lives for Autistic people and their / our families and places a strong emphasis on inclusion of Autistic perspectives and experience in its work. 


    Sylvia Rodger is an occupational therapist with more than 30 years’ experience working in clinical practice and higher educational settings. She was head of occupational therapy at The University of Queensland from 2001-2012. In 2013 she became Director of Research and Education at the (Autism CRC), where she oversees the research strategy for the CRC and the educational programs to capacity build PhD scholars, researchers and adults on the spectrum in peer research. She is passionate about enabling the next generation of researchers and ensuring the voices of those on the spectrum are heard in relation to research direction, engagement, and its operationalisation. She is a mother of two adult children and enjoys yoga, pilates, walking, cooking and spending time with family and friends.