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As the world is showing their support for Breast Cancer Awareness, we at A Kind Voice will broadcast a show that will interview extraordinary women who will share their personal testimonies about the mentally, physical, emotional, financial and spiritual health. We will be reflecting on the world events that are taking place i.e. the NFL teams are wearing pink and Local and National Cancer and Aids Walk and we at A Kind Voice is supporting Women Health. The goal of this show is to educate, equip and empower women around the world to take care of themselves so they can make the world and better place one kind voice at a time! Thanks for listening and sharing!
Hosted by Angie Sims
Host Dean Buchanan presents news stories from around the world that demonstrate the pay it forward concept while discussing the different aspects involved and how we can implement pay it forward into our daily lives. This week Dean has Arathi Ravichandron on as his guest and discusses the wonderful activities happening under her charge at www.kindspring.org, a project community underneath www.servicespace.org. Be sure and tune in and be a part of the discussion - you won't want to miss it!
Hosted by Pete Kremer.
This weeks guest is singer, songwriter Harvey Brice. Originally from Bournemouth, UK, Harvey and his band The Unbroken regularly play shows where the proceeds are donated to mental health and homeless charities. Tune in to find out why these are so near and dear to his heart as well as how he pours them into his music.
Host: Christal L Garcia
Guest: Larry Viezel and Shawn Stutler – Rocky Horror Picture Show Saved My Life- A Fan Documentary
Larry Viezel and Shawn Stutler are two of the many people who perform in the live productions of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Together they are working on a documentary about the people behind the continuing phenomenon of this midnight cult classic. As The Rocky Horror Picture Show approaches its 40 anniversary it continues to draw people to its live productions across America and other countries. From annual ritual screenings to volunteering in live productions, people from all walks of life keep it alive and it continues to grow. In Rocky Horror Saved My Life – A Fan Documentary, the lens is focused on the fans of this phenomenon and the devotion they have given to it. It takes a look at the relationships and experiences that so many have taken away from being part of this enduring tradition.
What's a book trailer? Find out! Host Eden Blackwell will discuss this very recent addition to the world of books and explore the uses of book trailers for writers and readers with blogger and book trailer creater, Jovon Tucker.
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Ida Goeckel is a bass player from Western New York, a two time breast cancer survivor, and founder of the Annual Female Musicians Fighting Breast Cancer Benefit.
While undergoing radiation treatments in 2003, Ida had read an article in Bass Player Magazine, about music benefits called, Bass Babes Battling Breast Cancer. Being a bass player herself, she decided to start her own initiative and not long after, The First Annual Female Musicians Fighting Breast Cancer took place. Tune in to hear her story!
Hosted by Pete Kremer
Host Dean Buchanan has a very special guest this week, Dr. Phillip Zimbardo, Psy.D. Dr. Zimbardo has been a professor of psychology at Standford University since 1968. He has been teaching overall for more than 56 years! Dr. Zimbardo is going to share with us his lates endeavor, The Heroic Imagination Project (HIP). HIP set out to answer the question, "can an ordinary person perform a heroic deed?" Dr. Zimbardo has some great insights on the answer to that quesiton and more! Please join us Sunday at 7:00pm EST and listen in or call in to speak with the Dr. yourself. You can ask anything you like. We look forward to having this Sunday.
Hosts Angie Sims and Christianne Charles will interview:
Music Therapist Kimberly Bartlett on how music connects with our brain and can be used to improve our mood. They will also discuss the other aspects of music therapy.
Daniel Bobrow to discuss how his organization Climb for a Cause combines the breathtaking beauty of the mountains with the desire to make a positive difference in peoples’ lives.
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