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3113
    Michael Weinberger

Michael relates the personal journey of transformation shared with his wife, Jakie, before and during her illness and through communication with her after death from cancer at age forty-six.
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Audio on Demand - Self Empowerment

4/26/2006      


3112
    John David Ebert

Man vs. the Machine, Technology, the Big City is a surprisingly long-standing theme in mythology, and Ebert examines some popular movies and icons against this backdrop. John David Ebert is the author of Twilight of the Clockwork God and Celluloid Heroes & Mechanical
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Audio on Demand - Wisdom Traditions

4/13/2006      


3111
    Kay Rhea

Featured on "Psychic Detective" Kay talks about how she helps law enforcement agencies with her intuitive methods of gathering new clues, and her tips for flexing your own intuitive
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Audio on Demand - The Unexplained

11/28/2005      


3109
    Steve Pavlik

Steve shares personal stories of Vine, along with highlights from his long career as activist, professor, and author, detailing his most important work. Steve Pavlik (left) with Vine Deloria
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Audio on Demand - Wisdom Traditions

11/23/2005      


3107
    Tom Rutlin

Tom Rutlin is the newest recipient of the Laura Lee Show Award for Wonderful Inventions that Work with Nature, for his Exerstrider Fitness Walking Poles. Tom developed his walking poles over twenty years ago, when he wanted to keep exercising as he recovered from a running injury, and wanted the benefits of cross country skiing during summer
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Audio on Demand - Holistic Health

11/1/2005      


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    Stephen Simon

Stephen Simon is a filmmaker who helped make "What Dreams May Come" and "Somewhere in Time." Stephen says Hollywood has yet to recognize, as a genre unique unto itself, those movies that inspire, uplift, and speak to our souls; that this is already a genre without being recognized as such, because moviegoers want to see more of these kinds of movies. So he
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Audio on Demand - Self Empowerment

10/30/2005      


3108
    Bob Schlesinger

Laura Lee interviews Bob Schlesinger about his innovative business philosophy shaped his corporate mandates, and why taking care of the spirit first can enhance, not hinder, the bottom
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Audio on Demand - Real Life Adventures

10/15/2005      


3104
    Lesley Hazleton

A study of the real woman behind the icon of the Virgin Mother, drawn from history, anthropology, and theology reaveals a peasant folk-healer working for social justice who continued her ministry after her son was crucified. Lesley Hazelton is the author of "Mary: A Flesh and Blood Biography of the Virgin Mother" For further
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Audio on Demand - Wisdom Traditions

8/18/2005      


3101
    John Kirk

Cryptozoologist describes his own sightings of BC Lake monster and visit with African pygmies, witnesses of a dinosaur-like swamp creature. John Kirk is the author of "In the Domain of Lake Monsters" and president of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club. For further investigation, John recommends books by Loren
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Audio on Demand - The Unexplained

8/17/2005      


3091
    James Wilson

Adrenal Fatigue is a modern affliction, hitting 80% of us living in industrialized countries at some point in yet lives, yet is unrecognized by the medical community. A look at the symptoms and solutions with the author of "Adrenal Fatigue: the 21st Century Stress
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Audio on Demand - Holistic Health

8/16/2005      


3092
    Terje Skotheim

Dr. Terje Skotheim, Chairman & CEO of Moltech, on strides made towards the next generation of batteries: lightweight, long-lasting for cars, and developing new materials and applications for
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Audio on Demand - New Science

8/15/2005      


3103
    David Plath

Surfer/microscopist examines how wave action deposits tiny gold particles on sandy beaches, invents simple, efficient methods of separating out microscopic gold that imitates this wave dynamics, without the toxic heavy metals used in most gold mining. He hopes to revolutionize the industry, starting with third-world subsistence miners, and introduce the
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Audio on Demand - New Science

8/1/2005      


3100
    Dr. Rulin Xiu

How effective are herbs, the oldest medicines known? Rulin Xiu describes clinical studies on chinese herbs helping with high blood pressure and GI distress without side
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Audio on Demand - Holistic Health

2/22/2005      


3098
    John Reid

Acoustic engineer offers a history of the science of "cymatics" and how it makes visible the patterns created by sound waves. He also describes his Great Pyramid experiment in which hieroglyphic patterns emerged in particles of sand vibrated by sound waves.
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Audio on Demand - New Science

12/15/2004      


3094
    Dr. Omar Amin

People still get the black plague, even here in the US, mostly in the Southwest, says parasitologist, where rodents and fleas carry it. How easy it is to catch this and other parasites.
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Audio on Demand - Holistic Health

11/30/2004      


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    Cindy Bradley

Archeologist and physical anthropologist studies the bones and artifacts of the ancient Pueblo people to better understand their child-rearing practices, such as cradleboarding, and its effect on individuals and society.
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Audio on Demand - Ancient Mysteries

10/27/2004      


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    Hal Cope

Hale Cope, a retired safari guide and wildlife conservationist, shares highlights from 40 years spent in Africa, that includes raising an orphaned elephant. His stories are both funny and heartwarming. "Born Free" now on DVD Hal Cope speaks with Laura Lee in Scottsdale Arizona as part of our "On the Road" interview
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Audio on Demand - Real Life Adventures

10/25/2004      


3110
    Steve Pavlik

Steve Pavlik shares stories from his twenty years among the Navajo: walking in beauty and harmony, healing ceremonies, witching, encountering and talking with bears, and
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Audio on Demand - Wisdom Traditions

10/3/2004      


3102
    Byron Katie

From Byron Katie's website: The Work of Byron Katie is a deeply transformative process of inquiry that is helping people around the world approach their problems from a perspective of clarity and inner peace. As a species, we human beings tend to put our happiness on hold until something changes. We'll be happy, we think,
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Audio on Demand - Self Empowerment

10/1/2004      


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    Omar Amin

Egyptian doctor describes the ancient Egyptian philosophy of a harmonious, integrated cosmos and resulting role and view of medicine, including early prinicples of
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Audio on Demand - Holistic Health

9/1/2004      

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