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THE ENRICHMENT HOUR with Mike Schwager

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The Enrichment Hour

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It’s my great pleasure to introduce my first guest this evening,JOHN ROBBINS,to The Enrichment Hour. I first met John 20 years ago, when he and his wife joined me for dinner at a vegetarian restaurant in Soho, not far from my then- home. My most vivid recollection of him were his eyes – big clear translucent eyes. If the eyes are indeed the windows of the soul, then John’s very old soul is big and clear in vision, and filled with Heart. John Robbins is currently one of the most popular bloggers on the Huffington Post. He is also the author of six bestsellers that have collectively sold more than 3 million copies and been translated into 26 languages. His books include his latest, "The New Good Life: Living Better Than Ever in an Age of Less" - "Diet For A New America: How Your Food Choices Affect Your Health, Happiness, and the Future of Life on Earth" - and "The Food Revolution: How Your Diet Can Help Save Your Life and Our World". For further information and to contact John Robbins, visit www.johnrobbins.info My guest in the second half hour of The Enrichment Hour is Hollywood producer RANDY ROGERS. Randy has written a new book, "The Key of Life: A Metaphysical Investigation." Randy is the president of Telefilm, Inc., a Los Angeles-based production company handling the promotion of Hollywood blockbuers like The Matrix, Harry Potter, Pearl Harbor, Batman, Superman and Indiana Jons. A career spanning four decades in newspapers, television and motion pictures - working with such companies as NBC News, Disney, Warner Brothers, Paramount, Universal Pictures, MGM, Lionsgate, SONY and DreamWorks - has earned him several Emmy nominations and numerous press club awards. Randy resides in Los Angeles, California with Michele Kohse and their son Kyle. Randy's book is described as "a gripping, true story about who we are, why we are here and how we are all connected."