July Broadcast Schedule

broadcast schedule

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Free Listening Air Dates

Watch for a new FREE LISTENING program every Wednesday from our July broadcast schedule! All of these featured MP3 programs are one hour long, and all are available for purchase and download.

John LaneAiring July 5 – 11, 2017

The Practice Of Settlement, Finding A Sense Of Place (repeat)
with John Lane

Program 3254

Lane drew a circle on a map that represented a one-mile radius from his home, and explored every facet of the place including the topography, history, ancient and current citizenry, and industry. This exploration sharpened his sense of place and serves as a model for how we might look at our own homes, terrain, and communities.

David BedrickAiring July 12 – 18, 2017

Our Healing Is Enmeshed In Our Culture
with David Bedrick, JD, DIPL PW
Program 3613

Humans live in a web of relationships and true healing is always connected to family, community, and culture. Bedrick tells us that there is no symptom that belongs only to the individual, whether that ailment is emotional, spiritual, physical, social, or financial. He gives examples of how symptoms are embedded and woven into all culture.

  Airing July 19 – 25, 2017

Understanding the Principles of the New Communications Landscape
with Anton Schwartz
Program 3614

Here we explore the legacy of the late Tony Schwartz with his son, Anton. Tony Schwartz created commercials for more than four hundred corporations, five presidential campaigns, and countless social causes. He was hailed as a guru of the newly emerging “electronic media” by Marshall McLuhan. In 2007, the Library of Congress acquired Schwartz’s entire body of work.

 Airing July 26 – August 1, 2017

Learning to Live with Uncertainty
with Estelle Frankel
Program 3612

Frankel recommends that we not make a habit of focusing on the obstacles on our life paths. Rather, we should consider the open spaces before us as our guides. She further suggests that we designate some time each month to take a “wordfast” and points out that “Silence is a precious commodity and if we don’t create space for ourselves we’re going to drown in our words.”