Dec 22: 1] Voices of the Sacred Feminine 2] Rewilding Our Hearts
If we can imagine it, visualize it, and restore ancient truths swept beneath the rug and kicked to the curb by patriarchy, then we can manifest it! Hear solutions from visionaries, scholars, wayshowers, foremothers and activists - women and men - dedicated to reshaping our world in Voices of the Sacred Feminine: Conversations to Re-Shape Our World, edited by returning guest Rev. Dr. Karen Tate.

Also today, leading expert on animal behavior and emotions Marc Bekoff argues that unless we rewild ourselves, becoming profoundly reconnected to nature and fundamentally shifting our consciousness, our conservation efforts will have limited impact. His new book is Rewilding Our Hearts: Building Pathways of Compassion and Coexistence.

Conversations Live with Vicki St. Clair airs each Monday at noon Pacific on KKNW 1150AM or 94.9FM HD. Like us on Facebook and follow Vicki on Twitter for exclusive updates and contests!
 
Dec 15: 1] The Atheist Who Prays 2] Power of Storytelling ~ PODCAST

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Somewhere between ultra-right wing fundamentalists and the New Atheists are millions of Americans trying to find a balanced middle ground between rational science and deep spirituality. No one has spoken for this great, silent majority—until now. Among those leading the exploration of the vast middle ground is Frank Schaeffer, artist, father, political commentator, and author of Why I Am An Atheist Who Believes In God: How to Give Love, Create Beauty and Find Peace.


"We're never too old to learn from a good story," says Paul Smith, author of Parenting With A Story: Real-Life Lessons in Character for Parents and Children to Share. Smith calls on extensive research into storytelling along with years of experience with children to demonstrate the power of a great personal story, providing 101 compelling real-life stories that will deliver something substantial about themselves and how they treat others.


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Dec 08: 1] Defending Beef 2] Daring, Gail Sheehy ~ PODCAST

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If you're a guilt-ridden beef lover, don't miss returning guest Nicolette Hahn Niman She's the author of Defending Beef: The Case for Sustainable Meat Production, which simultaneously challenges environmentalists’ concepts of ecological stewardship and those raising cattle and producing beef to lead the way to a restorative, regenerative agriculture. Hahn Niman also presents solid evidence that, counter to popular belief, well-raised beef is healthful, highly nutritious food.

Gail Sheehy and DARING are synonymous. She was one of the first journalists to be embedded in a war zone; to stroll in hooker boots with New York prostitutes of New York to help clean up the city; to follow Bobby Kennedy on his presidential campaign (even though she’d not yet written a political story); to follow Hillary Clinton into the bathroom to talk to her about being first lady. Sheehy’s classic new York Times bestseller Passages, propelled her from groundbreaking “60s girl journalist” to icon. She joins Vicki to discuss her new memoir called, not surprisingly, DARING: MY PASSAGES.

 

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Dec 01: 1] Secret Life of Jodi Arias 2] Holiday Reading & Gift Books ~ PODCAST

Grab a pen and paper for our second segment as expert bookseller, Pam Cady, from University Book Store shares her passion for holiday books and gift ideas.


Award-winning journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell, having been on the front lines of the Jodi Arias trial, goes behind the scenes and into the mind of a killer in EXPOSED: The Secret Life of Jodi Arias.


Conversations Live with Vicki St. Clair airs each Monday at noon Pacific on KKNW 1150AM or 94.9FM HD. Like us on Facebook and follow Vicki on Twitter for exclusive updates and contests!

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