Free Listening Air Dates
The “Airing” dates below indicate when radio stations air our programs. FREE LISTENING for each program is available for two weeks following the initial air date. Just go to our Home Page and scroll down to Free Listening. All of these featured programs are one hour long, and are available for purchase and download.
Airing September 1 – 7, 2021
The Wall-less Rooms Of Nature That Inspire Imagination
with Patrice Vecchione
Nature and the imagination thrive when boundaries are exposed, and both persevere when challenged. Vecchione explains how the act of being in nature expanded her imagination, which made the act of doing art become more meaningful. Wandering and letting go of control, she says, are the best ways to spark creativity.
Airing September 8 – 14, 2021
Choosing To Be Our Own Authority In Our Lives
with Regina Louise
As a young Black woman, Regina Louise was born poor, supposedly unwanted, neglected, marginalize, stigmatized, disenfranchised, and labeled crazy. What led her to not accept these factors in her life and reject that they were going to define all her life? Be uplifted by her story as she moves with fierce determination from shame to dignity.
Airing September 15 – 21, 2021
Living Among Wild Creatures
with Sy Montgomery
Hear Montgomery’s fascinating encounters with gorillas, snakes, and spiders. She takes us from the largest bird in the world, the Emu, to the smallest, the hummingbird. With their jewel-like foliage hummingbirds are capable of the most unique and astonishing feats such as flying backward and even upside down.
Airing September 22 – 28
Awakening The Creative Spirit Through Initiation
with Michael Meade
The pandemic of 2020-21 has given humans a worldwide, collective initiation of separation, ordeal, and return. This deep dialogue explores a critical moment of renewing, not only of ourselves but of the culture in which we are embedded.
Airing September 29 – October 5
Julian Of Norwich: A Mystic With A Vaccine For Our Time
with Fr. Matthew Fox, Ph.D.
From 1342 to 1415, Julian lived through the bubonic plague that killed one out of three humans in Europe. She did not deny suffering but found goodness in all things and was a feminist 700 years before the current movement. She held God as Mother and deconstructed patriarchy pulling the rug out from under dualism of body as separate from soul.