Eleanor LeCain talks about Transformational Leadership with Robert Gass, co-founder of the Rockwood Leadership Institute.
Eleanor LeCain speaks with Donna Hall, President & CEO of the Women Donors Network, about the new study on the gender and racial composition of all 42,000 elected leaders in the US.
Eleanor LeCain talks about the dangers of toxic mercury in our tooth fillings with Charlie Brown, national counsel for Consumers for Dental Choice and a world leader for mercury-free dentistry.
In Charlene Spretnak's final program she speaks with Jerry Mander, co-organizer of the teach-in on "Techno-Utopianism and the Fate of the Earth," which will be held at Cooper Union in NYC on Oct. 25-26, and with Dr. Helen Caldicott, a speaker at the teach-in; reflections on Relational Reality; also a bit on a new book, The Spiritual Dynamic in Modern Art
Eleanor LeCain speaks with Ralph Nader about his latest book, Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State
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As part of the run-up to that event, Charlene Spretnak speaks with the journalist Mark Hertsgaard, author of HOT: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth; also, her reflections on the 13th anniversary of 9-11; poem by Kay Ryan
Charlene Spretnak speaks with David Seamon, editor of Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology Newsletter (arch.ksu.edu/seamon/eap), about what supports or inhibits our sense of well-being in a built environment; Michael Specter's extremely biased take-down article about Vandana Shiva in The New Yorker; poem by Mary Oliver
Eleanor LeCain speaks with Raun Kaufman about his new book, Autism Breakthrough: The Groundbreaking Method That Has Helped Families All Over the World.
Charlene Spretnak discusses and reflects on the causes, execution, and century-long aftermath of the First World War; poem by David Jones
Eleanor LeCain talks with Ambassador Connie Morella, President of the US Association of Former Members of Congress, about her experience in Congress, and how we can make changes so Congress will more effectively carry out the people’s business.