Recent Podcasts

Thursday 21st of February 2019
Author U Your Guide to Book Publishing
Do you know how to secure a book review from reviews that count to book stores and libraries? You should--and you will after you listen in to this podcast with The Book Shepherd and her guest, Victoria Sutherland of Foreword Reviews-the #1 reviewer of independently published books. -How to reach the library market -Which reviews count -What lead time is needed -Where to get the submission guidelines All this and much more with AuthorYOU-Your Guide to Book Publishing host Judith Briles and Foreword Review's Victoria Sutherland.
Motherhood Talk Radio
Sandra Beck of Motherhood Talk Radio speaks with Frankie Picasso about fitness after 40. Listen for a great offer of 50% off at Also on Itunes.
Tuesday 19th of February 2019
Harvesting Happiness
In this episode you will learn about: •Building emotional health in children •Difference between stress behavior and misbehavior •Helping children integrate right & left brain decisions •What to do about dopamine hijackers
Ghost Chronicles
Anne and Ron discuss death rituals from around the world. Warning this is not for the faint of heart...
Monday 18th of February 2019
Fireside Talk Radio
Artist James Kemp joins Cathy to share how art launched him into an unexpected legacy of chess. He started the Young Artist Institute to give kids a boost to their confidence, but soon discovered they wanted to play chess during their "dry time," the moments when paintings dry between paint applications. Over the years, James became well-known for his pioneering work, bringing the program to schools across Dallas and the Metroplex, not to mention his work in the county jail. If you, too, want to accomplish something life-changing and culture-impacting for the kids you know, don't miss what this experienced civic leader has to say!
Join Joyce Buford with her guest Kristen Hicks as they offer you ways to get past negative thoughts and embrace the life your soul desires.
The Living Room
Today Jodi takes us on a exploration of self-care through nutrition, connection, stillness and essential oils. How do you rest and rejuvenate? Do you make time for yourself, on this episode we share some of our tricks and tips for not feeling selfish in self-care. Share your thoughts with us!
Ghost Chronicles International
Steve and Ron discuss witches marks discovered in a cave in England, witch balls, witch bottles, and haunted London Bridge.
Sunday 17th of February 2019
Fireside Talk Radio
Artist James Kemp joins Cathy to share what it was like learning to paint next to his dad, Tommy Kemp. In African American churches throughout east Texas, Tommy Kemp left his mark on faith and culture, not only as a mural painter, but as a film maker, as well. James talks about the fact that his dad painted with any paint he could get his hands on, most often house paint. He shares how his dad recruited African American congregation members as actors to depict the gospel stories as visual aids for his sermons. You won't want to miss what this witness has to say about his father's legacy.
Military Mom Talk Radio
Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd of Military Mom Talk Radio speak with Maggie Hureau and Rachel Peck, both with Harry's Razors about the work they do and they impact they have with men's mental health and their work with Veterans. Maggie Hureau leads Social Impact at Harry’s, working in deep partnership with nonprofit organizations to ensure that 500,000 more men get access to mental health care by 2021. Prior to joining Harry's, Maggie spent 15 years working with City Year, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support to the most underserved schools in America. Her direct service work in schools and communities across New York City led her into the development and partnership space, specializing in increasing organizational impact and reach. Maggie is a graduate of Eugene Lang College at The New School, with a degree in Urban Studies. She currently lives in Queens and is a certified reiki practitioner. Rachel Peck runs the Learning and Development and Social Impact teams at Harry's Inc., an organization building the next great consumer product brands. Harry's, the company's flagship brand, creates exceptional shaving and personal care products that better meet the needs of modern men. Previously, Rachel has served as Chief of Staff to the co-founders at Harry's, and before that worked in investor and public relations at KCSA, a corporate communications firm based in Manhattan. Rachel graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Barnard College of Columbia University where she studied English, Theater, and Gender Studies. Also on Itunes.
American Patchwork and Quilting Radio
Shannon Fabrics creates amazing textured fabric that are so fun to snuggle under. My friend Teresa Coates is an artist and the Event & Education co-ordinator for Shannon. You remember seeing her videos for Fat Quarter shop. Can’t wait to learn more about this fabric, I have a great kit to sew up! ----- Bill Locke is a fabulous designer and teacher. I know many of you follow his work. I had the chance to have a long chat with him and found out that he made one of my patterns earlier on, It was so exciting to see his! I also love that Bill is a one stop shop for your projects needs. Plus he is going to tell me about his Appli-simple technique! ------- When I saw the book ‘Modern Memory Quilts A HANDBOOK for capturing Meaningful moments’ I knew I had to learn more. The author is Suzanne Paquette of Atelier Six design. Here book is full of amazing suggestions to create meaningful quilts. To bring the story into your quilts. And you know how I love a story. --------- My friend Sue told me I needed to look at the Woolie Mammoth blog and video, when I did I found Anna Bates and her quilt travel videos! Anna is so delightful and she is having a blast sharing her quilting life. I thought we all need to get in on the fun. And she made my Let’s Go Sew quilt, I have to love her! ------- visit American Patchwork & Quilting at Facebook - Pat's Facebook group - Visit host Pat Sloan at
Success Profiles Radio
David Berriman was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He is a visionary leader with a passion to change the world through Conscious Coaching. He has built and scaled his own coaching practice by delivering leveraged online programs, and he is also a former competitive bodybuilder and personal trainer. We discussed the lessons he learned in bodybuilding and how they translate to business, how he became a top producer in sales and marketing, and how he became a coach. We also talked about the importance of purpose and how you figure that out for yourself. In addition, we discussed the importance of investing in yourself, having a healthy relationship with money, self-sabotage, limiting beliefs, and the importance of failing forward. Finally, we discussed the importance of mind/body/spiritual alignment, the process of manifesting, finding your inner genius, and his coaching program Abundance Flow State. You can subscribe to Success Profiles Radio on iTunes, and you can listen to any previous episode at
Highroad to Humanity
Prema Lee Gurreri is committed to creating a world where everyone is empowered to live according to their soul blueprint: on purpose, in a way that is aligned with their divine gifts and their birthright of true prosperity. Prema guides and teaches entrepreneurs, visionaries, and change agents to lead with their unique, high-value gifts and fully align with their purpose and passion to create wealth for themselves and the world simply by being who they are and doing what they love to do. She believes that our core purpose is to be true to ourselves so we can claim our power and wholeness and manifest wealth in our own unique and meaningful ways. When we do what we are uniquely great at―rather than what we are merely good at―we invoke the power of our soul blueprint and our divine birthright. She created her Soulutionary® programs and services to empower clients to lead lives poised at the intersection of prosperity and purpose, and live from the hearts of their Sacred Wealth Codes. Prema is the creator of Your Sacred Wealth Code, a body of work which includes the #1 bestselling, award-winning author of Your Sacred Wealth Code: Unlock Your Soul Blueprint for Purpose & Prosperity (Heart Drop Press, 2017), the Your Sacred Wealth Code Oracle Cards, and Your Sacred Wealth Code Journal. She is a leading Vedic Astrologer, Soul Advisor, business consultant, and energy practitioner with more than twenty-five years of experience. In her work, Prema draws from all of these life-changing practices and modalities to work with clients one-on-one and in group settings, in person and virtually. She also presents to groups as an inspired speaker, guide, and workshop facilitator. There is work that you are meant to do in the world. There is work that you are meant to serve the world by doing. When you work with Prema, she closes the gap between inspiration and action by revealing your Soul Success Map™ and helping you unlock your Sacred Wealth Code® to discover your unique, divine gifts and talents. With these tools, you can quickly move your mission and business forward doing the work you are meant to do and experience a new level of prosperity, freedom, peace, and fulfillment. Currently, Prema lives outside of Seattle, Washington with her beloved husband and their Standard Poodle, Bella. When she's not working, you can find her hanging out with her two grown children, digging in her garden, hiking along the beach, or star gazing. Learn more about Prema at and
Red State Radio
Call it what you want, the OKC Public Schools Pathway to Greatness plan has sparked controversy across all demographics in our community. Mark Faulk attended the presentation of the final choice to be voted on March 4th. Spoiler alert: it's Plan B, 15 schools closing, many others being moved around like musical chairs. But as always, the devil is in the details. ALSO: our first article posted on, written by Cate Wilde. Read it here:
Saturday 16th of February 2019
Im Not The Same Woman I Used To Be Im Free
Minister Diane is joined by special guest Pamela Woods to discuss Black History from the Biblical perspective and Black history from the American perspective. They highlight major accomplishments of Blacks not usually emphasized during Black History month and encourage all people to use their God given gifts for the Glory of God.