Thursday, September 4, 2014

David Essel Alive! Saturday, September 6th iHeart Radio Guests

Positive Talk Radio! David Essel Alive! Every Saturday, 6-9pm est, 3-6pm pst, on iHeart Radio, streaming FREE at . Proud to be a part of the Premiere Radio Network, celebrating 22 years in talk radio. This weeks guests:
(40 million listeners and growing!)
Dr. Cynthia Thaik, Author of Your Vibrant Heart: Restoring Health, Strength & Spirit from the Body’s Core…WOW!  What a cool story!  Intuitively Dr. Cynthia has known that she would serve others by helping them heal since the age of five after accompanying her physician mother to the medical clinic in their home country of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. There, she witnessed the pure hands-on art of healing. 

David Gottfried,
Author of Explosion Green.  How did the “GREEN Movement” begin?   Explosion Green tells the twenty-year story of the global green building movement, through the eyes of David Gottfried, the man who helped start it all. Explosion Green reveals the inner workings of the building industry as it comes to grips with the imperative for environmentally friendly practices. It describes how the industry has evolved, and how this evolution has helped fight climate change and prevent further damage to the environment while creating a multibillion-dollar industry. Filled with his unique insight and self-deprecating humor, Gottfried’s riveting memoir demonstrates how one person can start a global movement. Website:

Brian Armstrong, Author of the Exotic Booze Club.  From the volcanoes of far-east Russia,to the snake-infested jungles of Burma, and from the wilds of Africa and Central America, to the Outback of his beloved home country, Brian Armstrong is a filmmaker who has produced or overseen more than a hundred hours of quality programming for cable broadcasters – including:  National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, and the Smithsonian Network.
Brian is the President of television production company, Red Rock Films.  His most recent film, Zombie Sharks, aired on Discovery Shark Week this August and his new book reveals the death-defying and sometimes humorous antics that go on behind the scenes of high-end expedition film making. His book  is called The Exotic Booze Club after a clandestine club he ran at National Geographic during the eleven years he worked there as a producer.  Members of The Exotic-booze Club would regularly gather in his office to sample exotic alcohols brought back from far-off lands by Brian and his fellow documentarians.

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