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  • 02:59

    Da Lounge with guest Fiji Wildman

    in Sports

    Stevie brings you Da Lounge with a very special guest. Midwest wrestling star Fiji Wildman makes his first appearance on the show. Will he be able to confirm Stevie Jonak's making eyes at Scotty Young during Heroes and Legends? Will he let us know what he'll be doing at the upcoming HPW show? Will he tell his his thoughts on what happened with SeVeR? Find out on this latest edition of Da Lounge.

  • 00:28


    in Politics

    An open discussion on the indentured laborers to Fiji brought from Idnia and their decendants.

  • 00:59

    "Chicken Soup for the Soul Time to Thrive" by Amy Newmark & Loren Slocum Lahav

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's people thank you for your continue support of the ministry. My guest tonight is no other than Loren Slocum from "Chicken Soup Time to Thrive."

    Loren Slocum Lahav is a distinguished international personal development speaker, seminar leader, coach, author, philanthropist, entrepreneur, wife and mother. People best describe Loren as “the real deal.” She has traveled the world for the past twenty five years to help people discover who they are at their core.  Her newest book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Time to Thrive, released May 2015, is a natural follow-up to her previous books. Co-authored with Amy Newmark, it is a compilation of 101 stories, including her own, inspiring women to find their own way to be their personal best. This is consistent with the work and message she has delivered throughout her adult life.

    For the past two decades, as the International Crew Director and Facilitator for Tony Robbins, the recognized authority on the psychology of leadership and peak performance, Loren has led and trained hundreds of teams in cities around the world. Because of her tremendous success in that capacity, Sage and Tony Robbins personally chose Loren to launch the Life Mastery program in 2002. Loren has since facilitated more than 160 five-day comprehensive Life Mastery programs in the United States, Fiji, Puerto Rico and Europe that emphasize the power of living a balanced life.

    Loren is also the founder, Chief Executive Officer, and president of Lobella International, an organization founded to help women “stay true to who they are.”  She is committed to helping women realize their natural gifts. She has recently launched True and Elevate, a 501(C)(3), to help women achieve those goals.

    Loren has a very busy career as a keynote speaker and multi-day trainer for many companies around the world. 


  • 01:03

    The Nautilus Files - Dr. Bruce Carlson - Nautilus Expert

    in Education

    On Wednesday April 29th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Greg Barord will be speaking with Dr. Bruce Carlson, Conservation Director-Emeritus of Georgia Aquarium, Director-Emeritus of Waikiki Aquarium. Dr. Carlson is an avid SCUBA diver, underwater photographer and videographer. His most recent video production "RESILIENCE" is a 6-minute documentary about long-term changes to coral reefs in Fiji:


    In another video, he summarizes research conducted on chambered nautilus reproduction:


    He has published numerous scientific articles on topics ranging from descriptions of new species of reef fishes, telemetry work on chambered nautilus, to culture methods for corals in aquariums.   He retired from the Georgia Aquarium on April 1, 2011 and returned to Hawaii. 








  • 01:00

    Positive Impact Radio

    in Entrepreneur

    Noon Eastern, 11 am Central: "Positive Impact Radio," hosts Carol Wachniak and Akram Abedalal

    Join Carol, Akram and Janiece

    every week we showcase

    "The difference you make by the actions you take" -  To make a Positive Impact in the world . . . and learn how YOU can do the same!

    Our Featured Guest: Mr. Elliot Silber Master Connector  website: www.connectsmaster.com



  • 00:43

    Patti J. Smith,Grave Obsessions,Moments With God

    in Books

    Patti J. Smith is a best-selling author of devotionals, light romance and suspense. She was born into a military family in Wimpole Park, England and traveled extensively during her childhood.

    Patti worked for the federal government as an auditor, served ten years in the U.S. Army Reserves and recently retired as a background investigator. She is a member of the Association of Christian Therapists, serves as Regional Coordinator for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign and Co-leads Rachel's Hope After-Abortion Healing Retreats. Patti publicly shares her story of redemption in a variety of venues, has been a guest on Sacred Heart and Blogtalk Radio and appears in the newly-released documentary, "The Sidewalk Chronicles".

    She lives in Vista, CA with her husband and has three beautiful granddaughters. She is a prolific blogger and reader, and proudly admit to being a diehard Seattle Seahawks fan and Fantasy Football fanatic. Her travel adventures include Spain, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Fiji, South Korea and almost all states - including Hawaii and Alaska.

    Follow her blog: http://www.gridirongrannyfootballfanatic.blogspot.com/
    Goodreads: www.goodreads.com/author/show/7306825.Patti_J_Smith
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/gridirongranny5
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PattiJSmithAuthorPage
    Pinterest: http://wwwpinterest.com/gridirongranny

  • 01:00

    The Resilient Brain & Guest Carol Wachniak

    in Science

    Join us today to hear my special guest, Carol Wachniak, who is a multi-faceted, multi-talented visionary!  Among other things, Carol is a doula, a savvy businesswoman, a radio show host, a recipient of Royal Fiji land where she will build a complex including a wonderful school, and a seed mild expert.  And that's just what I know about her!  I'm quite sure there is more!!

  • 00:59

    Positive Impact Radio

    in Entrepreneur

    11 am Central, Noon Eastern, "Positive Impact Radio," Hosts Carol Wachniak and Akram Abedelal

    Positive Impact Radio: We Showcase the Difference You Make - Through the Actions That You Take!

    Join Carol and Akram every week as they showcase individuals and organizations that are creating a Positive Impact locally and globally.

    Brought to by:

    Squirrel Bank - a Children's Financial Literacy Educational Program

    Project Bula! Fiji Foundation (R)  

    Educational Foundation for the Children of Fiji 501c3 

    Genesis 1 Management a Social Enterprise with multiple products and services- A Lyoness Merchant 

    Seedmilk Company

  • 00:57

    Replay - Air New Zealand Vacations

    in Travel

    Want to visit Australia, New Zealand, or South Pacific? Not sure where to start? Today we talk about what's hot and trending in Australia, NZ and the South Pacific and give you some insider tips.

  • 00:41

    Well MET with Sree Sreenivasan

    in Culture

    Sree Sreenivasan is the Chief Digital Officer at The Metropolitan Museum of New York. He was previously an academic administrator and professor at Columbia Graduate school of Journalism before becoming overall chief digital officer of Columbia University.

    Born in Tokyo, Sree was raised in Manhattan, Bhutan, the former Soviet Union, Myanmar, and Fiji. He received his B.A. in history from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, and subsequently earned a Master of Science degree in journalism from Columbia University.

    Sree joined the Met in August 2013 where he is is responsible for managing and producing digital content. On this show he will talk to MR about the scope of his work.

    He has been named as Poynter’s 35 social media influencers, Newsweek’s 20 most influential South Asians in America, Huff Posts 50 media people on Facebook Subscribe and has many more accolades.

    He appears on WCBS-TV to discuss technology trends and tips and has had over 40 published articles in the New York Times. He is also a co-founder, past president, and current board member of SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association, comprising more than one thousand journalists of South Asian origin, based in the U.S. and Canada

    Sree lives in Manhattan with his wife and two children.


  • 00:57

    The Resilient Brain with Carol Wachniak & "Seed Milk"

    in Psychology

    Noon Saturdays, "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts

    Join us today to hear from Carol Wachniak, expert in Seed Milk which has helped people regain health in incredible ways.  Carol was literally on her deathbed when she first  heard about seed milk, which is made of carefully chosen seeds.  These seeds are then watered so the seeds can start growing.  It is this initial growth (before sprouting) that carries a specific bioenergetic wavelength so valuable to our health!  It brought Carol from the brink of death and within 2 months, she was traveling again!  Tune in to follow her fascinating story.

    Carol will also tell us her story of how she has a BIG plan to build and open a school and other buildings on the Island of Fiji!!  How did she receive over 100 acres in Fiji from the Fijian Chief of the Royal Family?  What else is planned for the school and compound?  To be sure, Carol will be using the skills she acquired homeschooling her 8 children to begin school in Fiji.  What knowledge and skills Carol brings to the table