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Here are the descriptions of guests and show features by hour:

Hour 1: A Spotlight Conversation with Angela Treat Lyon on that great big floating garbage patch in the Pacific…the size of some of our biggest states.

Details Hour 1: Show Intro, Sponsors, Rosie’s Reading, Music Set #1, Sponsors, Music Set #2, Sponsors, Bulletin Board #1, Spotlight: Angela Treat Lyon, Music Set #3, Sponsors

Hour 2: Social activist, humanitarian and recipient of several awards, John Robbins, author of the bestselling classic Diet For A New America, discusses his latest book The New Good Life: Living Better Than Ever in An Age of Less, a refreshing look at personal and planetary wellness and conscious consumption. John offers a passionate manifesto on finding meaning beyond money and status.

Details Hour 2: Featured Guest: John Robbins Seg.#1, Sponsors, Featured Guest: John Robbins Seg. #2, Sponsors, Singer Songwriter Music Set #4, Sponsors

Hour Three, we have our concluding segment with British artist, futurist Benjamin Crème, editor of Share International magazine and principal source of information about the emergence of Maitreya, the World Teacher. Today he talks about his latest book; The Gathering of the Forces of Light: UFO’s and their Spiritual Mission.

Details Hour Three: Bulletin Board #2, Featured Guest: Benjamin Creme Seg. #5, Sponsors, Music Set #5, Sponsors, Bulletin Board #3, Show Close and Preview of September 26th Show, Music Set #6

One Response to “The New Good Life – John Robbins, Maitreya & A Floating Garbage Patch”

  1. I found an interesting article on Discovery News regarding the Pacific Garbage, talked about in the program, and which I though might be of interest to listeners. I submit it not as a counter to anything said about it in the program, but merely as an additional source and contribution to the subject –

    ‘Great Garbage Patch’ Not So Great After All –
    The massive floating island of plastic in the Pacific Ocean isn’t nearly as large as reports have claimed, according to a new study –
    http://news.discovery.com/earth/ocean-garbage-patch-exaggerated-110112.html#mkcpgn=emnws1

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