The weather is still warm and it feels more like July than September. So "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, wants to hold onto summer as long as possible. There's still time for one last swim, one last boat ride, and one more sunny day! Join host DJ Phil Maq September 6th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
"Disclosure Leaks" is a new web show, soon to be a TV show. The producers have assembled a team of three of the world's most renowned conspiracy experts who seek to expose high-level, government cover-ups around the world - not the least of which is the UFO phenomenon. Today's show will explore that show with the producers and discuss some of the upcoming topics. The first episode in the series focuses on accounts by Mexican Air Force pilots who filmed eleven unidentified flying objects in the skies over Mayan ruins.
"Skepticality" is a podcast from Michael Shermer's Skeptics Society that, several times a month, presents opinions challenging mainstream ideas. This episode features an interview with author Victor Stenger ("God and the Folly of Faith: the Incompatibility of Science and Religion"). After broadcast, this show will be a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Monday Forum--(select date).
Kick off your Labor Day Weekend with a salute to working people on "Theme Attic" Thursday, 10AM-Noon, August 30!
"Theme Attic", the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will feature songs about working people and other topics for the Labor Day Weekend! Join host DJ Phil Maq, for his clever and unusual takes on music!
This week's choices for most interesting podcasts from the internet: (1) from Philosophy Talk--"The Moral Costs of Climate Change" and (2) from Freakonomics Radio--"The Season of Death." This show is archived on this website as a podcast, too, for listening anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Monday Forum--(select date).
"Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, is going traveling again! DJ Phil Maq will play songs about places he has traveled to and give personal commentary about them. Please join him August 23rd at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
The guest for this months Metaphysically Speaking is Amanda Butler. She
is a Life Navigator assisting people to transform and empower their
On this edition of the show, Amanda and I discuss codependency - what
it is, how people become codependent and steps that can be taken to
help escape from it. We also talk about how one can accept, forgive and
love themselves in an effort to move upward and onward in order to
start achieving the goals they desire.
Our choices for the best podcasts on the internet in the last week: (1) Freakonomics Radio--"Freakonomics Radio Goes to College, Pt. 2" [Pt. 1 was featured last week.] (2) Sierra Club Radio, environmental news & ideas from 8-11-12. This show is archived as a podcast on this website for listening anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Monday Forum--(select date).
Tune in this week for the Second Annual "Theme Attic" Dance Party on Thursday, 10-Noon, August, 16th!
Put on your dancing shoes, grab a partner, and crank the radio up to 11-and-a-half because 11 just won't do! Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, August 16th at 10:00 AM as he hosts the Second Annual "Theme Attic" Dance Party! "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will keep things grooving this week with all kinds of songs focusing on different types of dances as well as a "Cruise Set" for this weekend's Dream Cruise!
This show, specially featured this week in our Tuesday Forum, is produced by two philosophy professors from Stanford University on a wide variety of relevant topics. This show was recorded live during the most recent annual conference of the American Humanist Association. What is a Humanist? Is it a religion, in fact? How can their perspectives help us all? For more program and series info: philosophytalk.org.