Use Our New Powerful Search Engine To Search Any Topic Now!

Broadcast Schedule

Monday, November 17

Arthur Haines

Foraging for Wild Foods

Plants have been and continue to be immensely important to people. They provide food, medicine, materials for shelter, fuel for heating dwellings and cooking food, fibers for cordage and clothing, wood for tools and hunting weapons, etc. Aboriginal people knew which plants could be used for various purposes, where to find them, and how to process them. They possessed an intimate relationship with plants that began with learning how to identify them and deepened as they learned their smell, their taste, the quality of their fibers, the timing of their flowers, and so on. Contemporary people still rely heavily on plants, but, unfortunately, most people in developed countries are no longer able to find, collect, and process the materials they need to sustain their lives. Not only has this led to populaces that are entirely dependent on agribusiness and manufacturers, but it has also removed people from direct participation in the circle of life. This, in turn, has created populations who do not know the functions and values of wild places (both large and small) and has led to apathy for protecting these open spaces.




Tuesday, November 18

Tony Pantalleresco

Just a Guy Who Knows Some Great Stuff About Health
We learned about Tony Pantalleresco through a request from one of our listeners in the UK and he has quickly become one of our most popular guests. Extremely passionate about natural health, Tony has a plethora of videos on YouTube covering a huge variety of topics such as: Making all kinds of extracts, seed milks, nut milks, detox meals and smoothies, juices, chelators, anti-oxidant formulas. Getting rid of cold sores, dealing with skin issues and erectile dysfunction, detoxing heavy metals. Tony offers an endless list of recipes for remedies to make at home.




Werner M. Gysi

Harmonic Farming

Werner Gysi was educated as an Electronic Engineer in Switzerland, took on a position as a teacher at the Indian Institute Of Science in Bangalore before immigrating to Canada in 1981. After living 14 years off the land he decided to share his experience and published the book Harmonic Farming: a love style in 1995. In the same year he was invited to a one-hour interview on CBC National radio.

During his position as a science teacher at a private boarding school in Montreux, Switzerland, and being an avid hiker by exploring the nearby mountains, he found enough time to compile his second book A Family Of Six At Sea in 2009. March 2010 marked the launch of his next release, Harmonic Farming: Homesteading, a complete revision of his first book but with the information about bees compiled in a seperate volume and released in March of 2011 with the title Harmonic Farming: Bees. Werner acquired his Beesmasters Certificate in advanced beekeeping at SFU, Vancouver, in 1988.

Wednesday, November 19

Andrew Gause


Andrew Gause may just be the top man anywhere for the highest quality analysis into the world of money we all live in. Andrew is a currency historian, an internationally recognized expert on the United States monetary system. He’s written two books, “The Secret World of Money” and “Uncle Sam Cooks the Books”. You can order these books as well as speak to Andrew personally. As a One Radio Network listener, you’ll have highest priority in his phone time. His # is 800.468.2646


Thursday, November 20

Phil Thomas

Cayce Concepts

Edgar Cayce is quite possibly America’s best known psychic/sensitive with literally dozens of books, articles, and even TV documentaries produced about him and the trance readings he gave during the first half of the last century. But if Mr. Cayce’s ideas and healing modalities were so insightful why is it that no one has been able to replicate them since his passing? One person dared to go beyond the forbidden zone to find out the surprising truth about the healing modalities unique to the Cayce perspective.



 Robert Morningstar

The Authority on the Assassination of JFK

R. D. Morningstar has studied the assassination of John F. Kennedy since the day it occurred. In 1993, at the Third Decade Symposium on the JFK Assassination in Chicago, R. D. Morningstar became the first scientist to expose publicly the use of gestalt psychology in the alteration and doctoring of the Zapruder Film.


Friday, November 21


When Anything Goes…

And Usually Does!!!

Come play doctor with us!

Patrick talks with listeners and ponders emailed questions from the audience. Call in and participate on Fridays; we’d love to hear from you!




web development