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The Natural Nurse And Dr. Z – Guest: Dr Geoffrey Broderick – 06.20.17

Host, Ellen Kamhi PhD RN,, interviews veterinarian, Dr. Geoffrey Broderick. Dr. Broderick has been practicing for almost 50 years as a veterinarian in Huntington, NY. In a landmark paper titled, “The Cure, Prevention and Control of Cystitis in Cats” Dr. Broderick described for the first time that acidification with ascorbic acid (vitamin C) of the urine dissolved triple phosphate …


iEat Green – Guest Stephen Ritz – 06.15.17

Stephen Ritz is a South Bronx educator / administrator who believes that students shouldn’t have to leave their community to live, learn, and earn in a better one. Moving generations of students into spheres of personal and academic successes which they had never imagined — while reclaiming and rebuilding the Bronx — Stephen’s extended student and community family have grown …


Resistance Radio – Guest: Eve Ensler – 05.14.17

Eve Ensler is the Tony Award winning playwright, activist, performer and author of the theatrical phenomenon and Obie Award winning, The Vagina Monologues, which has been published in 48 languages and performed in over 140 countries. Ms. Ensler’s plays include Floating Rhoda and the Glue Man, Extraordinary Measures, Necessary Targets, OPC, The Good Body, and Emotional Creature. Her books include …


Connect The Dots – Michael Nigro – 04.05.17

Listen to photojournalist, Michael Nigro, an award-winning, Emmy-nominated writer-director and multimedia journalist who extensively covered Standing Rock all the way from the start through the final day. Nigro will share his experiences in the trenches, what he bore witness to, and the go along to get along mainstream coverage that fails to cover the most important stories of our time— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.


Andrea Cristina Mercado – Sustaining the Momentum of the Women’s March: Where We Go From Here

This weekend I marched in Washington, DC, with my younger sister, in a contingent with hundreds of immigrant women, women of color, domestic workers, Native American women, and grassroots environmental activists. Like so many who attended the Women’s March, I was awestruck to see the sheer size of the march, the number of women who mobilized — many of whom …


Rethinking The Cost of War

This story was co-published with The Virginian-Pilot. There are many ways to measure the cost of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War: In bombs (7 million tons), in dollars ($760 billion in today’s dollars) and in bodies (58,220). Then there’s the price of caring for those who survived: Each year, the Department of Veterans Affairs spends more than $23 billion …


The Gary Null Show – 09.14.16

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up with the latest in health in healing and offers up a special on one of his amazing products. Gary sets a lot of time aside to speak with guests Taggart Siegel and Jon Betz. Today we have two guests Taggart Siegel and Jon Betz – the directors of a new documentary released this month – SEED: The Untold Story – that will premier in Manhattan this weekend, September 17 and 18, at the Cinema Village Theater. Taggart is the founder of the nonprofit media organization Collective Eye, which produces important, socially and spiritually relevant documentaries and films that confront the urgent stories and challenges of our times. Jon Betz is the film’s producer. In 2010, the two directed and produced the award winning documentary Queen of the Sun: What are the Bees Telling Us.” – which is a very beautiful and inspiring film to watch yet with its own pathos given the serious plight of honeybees. Similarly their new film SEED is about the plight of the future of seeds to feed a growing global population and beautifully portrays the pathos of preserving biodiversity in the face huge forces of power and wealth from the industrial chemical and food industry intent on homogenizing and dominated the world’s food supply. The film’s website with show information around the country is and their organization promoting important socio-political and spiritual films is


Sophie Janicke – How Positive Media Can Make Us Better People

Deadpool is the highest-grossing film in the United States so far this year—and one of the most controversial. Though the film has scored points with critics and audiences for its irreverent take on the superhero genre, its extreme gore has raised some familiar questions and objections about the role of violence in films.  But look at the highest-grossing film of 2016 internationally, …