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It's the end of the Merkel era in Germany. We take a look at the faith and politics of this remarkable leader who has been at the helm of Europe's largest economy for almost 16 years. Then, we step a little further back in German history to explore the life and work of Karl Barth, a prolific theologian who was one of the main authors of the Barmen …
 
Listen Now to Dr.Mrs. Future Show - Guest Giselle Bisson on The Renegade Burn 9.21.2021 A really fun show today, with a great conversation on DIY health with a Hyperbaric Chamber, Woz’s plan for cleaning up space, and a great report from our guest Giselle Bisson on this year’s ‘Renegade Burn,’ in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert! Despite major limitation…
 
What happens when a sceptical writer immerses herself in peak Christian belief at a creationist museum? What happens when a Christian minister confronts the past and present horrific failures of the church? Hear from authors Sarah Krasnostein and John Dickson about what they learned when they confronted belief and unbelief, how it moved and changed…
 
Listen Now to Dr.Mrs. Future Show 9.15.2021 Taylor on iPhone13 and Bobby Wilder This week, the first all civilian spacecraft, Inspiration4, orbits the earth for three days, launching without a hitch, both in space and on Netflix. It’s also the time of year when Apple announces their newest iPhone, and iPad. And naturally we have our Apple pro guy, …
 
Listen Now to Dr. Mrs. Future Show 9.7.2021 How might this show be described? Certainly not what we had planned. For starters, walking into the KSCO studios we find Billy Sunshine, one of our fav KSCO talk jocks! We invite him to stick around and boom, the show is off and running! This show is a bit more biographical, as you will find out more abou…
 
Soulmates. Star-crossed lovers, couple goals, my other half. Or besties, brother-from-another-mother, my person. Whatever form they come in, they're the people we can't live without. So, what role do soulmates have in shaping our thoughts and ideas, emotions and behaviours, and all the significant and trivial aspects of our daily lives?…
 
Listen Now to Future News and Views 8.31.2021 Some space news this week, such as the dual Venus flyby, and on Earth, a breakthrough in creating stem cell 3d printed steak, but mostly a dynamic conversation on the latest info about the virus, such as a natural immunity study from Israel, and a new universal antibody solution from UC Berkely. Dr. and…
 
Listen Now to Dr. Ralph Abraham Our esteemed elder has a deep history in the Santa Cruz area as a professor of mathematics at UCSC and a recognized father of Chaos Theory, a historian of the counter-culture and a researcher/explorer of higher dimensions of consciousness. In this spirited conversation regarding his new book, Vibrations and Forms, we…
 
Dr. Mrs. Future Show with ‘Be Wilder’ 8.17.2021 It’s been quite a week for us all, from dealing with nasty old Delta to the Afghani transition. And then there’s the Haitian storm on top of an earthquake…My oh my..Climate Change? Or is it something even bigger than that? Maybe the Singularity is happening, novelty is increasing, change is the new no…
 
Listen now to Dr.Mrs.Future Show with Bobby Be Wilder 8.10.2021 “Oh where oh where did our little sample go?” This question of the moment for NASA, regarding the missing Martian sample, the very first sample extracted from the Martian regolith by ‘Percy’, our drill-equipped rover on the red planet. Greg P from Long Beach texted, “The Chinese rover …
 
Listen Now to Future News and Views 8.03.2021 Thank goodness the ISS got straightened out after a potentially serious misfiring of Russian thruster nozzles Michael Arnold, M.D. L.Acand we can focus on other news, like the Awareness Foundation’s rountable discussion with fourteen high-profile doctors, all specialists in their own fields, coming toge…
 
Listen Now to Pharmacist Ben Fuchs Pharmacist Ben is mad as hell and not taking it any more. He’s tired of seeing our country serving the folks who bleed green, and sick of the medical paradigm where we willingly hand over the health of our bodies to outside authorities. On a higher note, he looks at how our education must take us more into critica…
 
Listen Now to Future News with the Futures and Be Wilder 7.27.2021 Great news for our little Martian helicopter; it’s succeeded in flying more than a mile and is now the aerial scout for the mothership rover, Perseverance! And with Hubble back online we will now continue to receive new info on the mysteries of space. This week Hubble data on Jupite…
 
Listen Now to Dr.Mrs. Future Show 7.20.20 This week, with the launch of Jeff Bezo’s Blue Origins spacecraft, our focus was on billionaires pioneering outer space as opposed to nation states footing the bill. Is this a positive direction for exploring the final frontier? Dr. Bruce Damer, who has sourced many NASA projects over the years, weighs in t…
 
Listen now to Annelise Schinzinger Broaching one of the more difficult issues of life, the death and dying of a loved one, Annelise shares with us her experiences and knowledge of being a caregiver to ones who are passing. She speaks of what it means to be prepared for death, local gatherings where people discuss the topic with each other (death ca…
 
Listen Now to Future News 7.13.2021 An exciting week for space tourism with the first citizens, including Sir Richard Branson, going to space on a private spacecraft, The Unity One! But for some reason, Virgin Galactic’s stock price dropped, why?? Also this week, Tesla releases its long awaited Full Self Driving software, new meteor tracking drones…
 
Listen Now to Dr.Mrs.Future Show July 6, 2021 with Bobby Wilder Billionaires in space, new powerful telescopes and gamma ray bursters are all in the news this week. Plus we had a surprise visit for the second hour, with Billy Sunshine and Rudy, his new St.Bernard/poodle canine, in the studio. Billy shares his talk radio experiences regarding the ap…
 
This NAIDOC week Meredith Lake hands over the mic to guest presenter Brooke Prentis. Brooke is a Wakka Wakka woman who was born on Yidinji country, grew up mainly in Gubbi Gubbi country, but now lives on Gadigal land in Sydney. She's also an Aboriginal Christian leader and she shares about her journey of faith, the Aboriginal Christian leaders that…
 
Listen Now to Future News 6.29.2021 The space race is heating up, with both Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin launching this July! And with new plans for a space hotel for 2023, new “B&B options” are opening up in the near future! And while we discussing space, we share our thoughts on the Pentagon’s whopping 9-page document on UAV’s, “Unidentified A…
 
Cece's Speakeasy (30th June-3rd July 2021) - https://applesandsnakes.org/project/ceces-speakeasy/ This week The Repeat Beat Poet speaks to writer, performer, creative director, and tarot-reading multi-faceted artist and activist Zena Edwards. The pair talk about navigating corporate spaces while maintaining integrity, the importance of orality and …
 
Listen now to Future News and Commentary 6.22.2021 More fun space adventures are becoming available. Now you don’t have to blast off in a rocket, just slowly ascend in a balloon, dubbed “Spaceship Neptune,” schmoozing with half a dozen fellow passengers on a trip to upper atmosphere of planet Earth. Looks like fun! Spaceship Neptune will take you t…
 
Mountains have often been the location for spiritual experiences, or breakthroughs. On Soul Search today, we're turning to the mountains in our third — and final — episode on Sacred Landscapes. We meet Dr Thomas Michael, an expert on the religious significance of mountains in Eastern and Western thought, and Gary Khor, Grandmaster of tai chi, who g…
 
Listen Now to Dr.Mrs. Future Show 6.15.2021 Lots of news and visitors to the studio, including regular irregulars Billy Sunshine, Prof. Zeitgeist and Michael Olsen, helping us unravel this week’s mysteries of time and space. Most curious is Professor Zeitgeist’s claim of the existence of an alien lie detector, possibly designed on a different time …
 
Trees have a special place in the human imagination and they feature in many of the world’s cultural and religious traditions. The ancient Hebrew poets even imagined trees themselves shouting for joy in praise of a divine creator. Today we explore the forest as a sacred landscape in Northern Ethiopia, and at the Wat Buddha Dhamma Monastery nestled …
 
Listen Now to Professor Zeitgeist A visit to the Futures at KSCO studios by Professor Zeitgeist this week broached the topic of how can we all get along. You might think of this show as a pragmatic application of concepts outlined by Jonathan Haidt in his classic tome, “The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politcs and Religion. Enjoy!…
 
Listen Now to Future News 6.8.2021 Looks like the time is rapidly approaching for some real space tourism, starting with the Bezos Brothers going for the first tourism flight of this new era, July 20, 52 years to the day of Apollo 11 landing on the moon. July 20, a day that will soon live on in space history. And big news this week for Apple affici…
 
The terms hard-working and “jack of all trades” get thrown around a lot, but Sarah Callaghan really embodies the two. She’s been a comedian for over ten years with shows across the world from Australia to Austria, and she made the move into poetry when she used it as a tool to work through a difficult period of her life. Poetry was a space that all…
 
How do the places we love shape our sense of the sacred? And how are our spiritual lives nurtured by the bush, the mountains — or even the sea? In the first episode of our 3-part series Sacred Landscapes, we hear from Mary Evelyn Tucker, co-founder and director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale University, who tells us why religion and s…
 
Listen Now to Dr.Mrs.Future Show 06-01-2021 We are so happy that our favorite off-planet helicopter, Ingenuity, continues to live despite a close call, yay! And it does appear that there was volcanic action on Mars in recently it’s recent geological past, like 50,000 years ago..that’s recent for geo history! And back on earth our callers were inter…
 
Many Indigenous languages have a word that means something like ‘deep listening’. In Ngan'gikurunggurr, a Northern Territory language, that word is dadirri. We hear from renowned Aboriginal elder and Senior Australian of the Year, Dr Miriam Rose Ungunmerr-Baumann, who advocates for a kind of listening — a quiet awareness — that sums up a whole way …
 
Listen Now to Dr. Mrs. Future Show 5.26.2021 A very dynamic show this week, with guests and call-ins and controversial topics. With all the hubbub lately about UFOs or UAVs or UAPs or whatever you want to call them, we and our audience hypothesize why the government is releasing this info now. From biblical battles to alien AI’s, we cover the gamet…
 
Do you ever look around and think, there must be a better way to do life, here? On Soul Search, we’re meeting people asking the big question of how to live well in the world as we find it. We hear from Dr Jonathan Cornford, a political economist on a mission to live more slowly, gently, and simply, and Asher Packman, the current President of Medita…
 
Listen Now to Michael Arnold, M.D., L.Ac. on alternative treatments This week we bring Dr. Arnold back to the studio to share with us his year of research into the SarsCov2 virus and alternative methods for dealing with the infection beyond the vaccines. He looks at asymptomatic infections, inflated death rates, issues of the PCR test, top down con…
 
Today, an exclusive interview with Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev. He’s a Ducati-riding yogi and spiritual teacher, who has caught the attention of millions worldwide, and there's a lot to discuss — from karma to COVID-19 and politics in India. We also hear from Associate Professor Monima Chadha, an expert on classical Indian thought, to talk about the ori…
 
Once upon a time, Australia was described as 'a workingman’s paradise.' But does that ring true – either in the past, or now? On Soul Search we’re looking at work, and at one of the world’s most influential discussions of it. 130 years ago this month, Pope Leo XIII, put out a statement on capital and labour known as Rerum Novarum, a controversial d…
 
How can we live in proper relationships with other species? We often consider environmental questions in terms of science, or perhaps economics or even politics. But what can religious perspectives - like Buddhism - add to the conversation? As the world marks Earth Day on April 22, on Soul Search we're revisiting a conversation with Professor Steph…
 
The Tibetan Book of the Dead is the most famous Buddhist text in the West, selling more than a million copies since the first English version was published in the 1920s. But why does the book of the dead resonate so deeply with the living? And, in our diverse and often divided world, can different faiths seek peace together? Catholic priest, writer…
 
American poet W.H. Auden said that 'poetry, might be defined as the clear expression of mixed feelings.' On Soul Search today, we meet two religious poets. Sara Saleh is an award-winning Arab-Australian Mulsim poet whose attuned to the messiness of life and the ambiguities of faith, and contemporary Sufi master Cemalnur Sargut, who is one of Turkey…
 
On this Easter Sunday as Christians remember the death and resurrection of Jesus, we are joined by internationally renowned artist Makoto Fujimura as he reflects on suffering, humanity, time, and creativity. And we travel to the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre in Western Sydney, to take a look at the 66th Blake Prize exhibition — one of Australia’s l…
 
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