Coming up on Provocative Enlightenment, Thursdays at 1p.


Love for Animals Large and Small with Ingrid Newkirk
Do animal rights matter? PETA president and cofounder Ingrid Newkirk has led the world’s largest animal rights organization for more than 35 years. Her passion and dedication to making this world a better place for all living beings has inspired countless others to do what they can to help animals. She has spoken internationally on animal rights issues.

The Science of Positivity: Stop Negative Thought Patterns By Changing Your Brain Chemistry
Loretta Graziano Breuning, PhD, is the founder of the Inner Mammal Institute and professor emerita at California State University, East Bay. The Inner Mammal Institute offers resources for rewiring your mammalian neurochemistry. Dr. Breuning writes the blog, Your Neurochemical Self: Getting Real with a 200 Million-Year-Old Brain, on
Be sure to catch this show and begin enjoying a happy brain chemistry today!

The Hot Detox with Julie Daniluk
Nutritionist Julie Daniluk, R.H.N., hosts The Healthy Gourmet, a reality cooking show aired in 72 countries that highlights the ongoing battle between taste and nutrition. Her best-selling books, Meals That Heal Inflammation and Slimming Meals That Heal, advise on allergy-free foods that both taste great and assist the body in the healing process. Julie has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, and is a resident expert for The Marilyn Denis Show and Reader’s Digest.

Complaining, Teasing, and Other Annoying Behaviors with Dr. Robin M. Kowalski
Everyone has teased, nagged, betrayed, or lied to another person. Likewise, everyone has been the unfortunate object of such unpleasant behaviors. Social psychologist Robin M. Kowalski examines the intricacies of six annoying interpersonal behaviors: complaining, teasing, breaches of propriety, worry and reassurance-seeking, lying, and betrayal. She considers the functions of these behaviors, the types of people who are inclined to do them, the consequences for victims and perpetrators, and the ways in which such behaviors might be curtailed.

Be sure to tune in each week, Thursdays, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 p.m. for this fascinating program! For complete information, please visit