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It’s been said that the world has gone to the dogs. Well, perhaps it’s bigger than that. . .just maybe, the world is going to all the animals. One person who might argue this point is Martha Norwalk, host of the popular radio show Animal World, heard Sundays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. right here on Alternative Talk 1150.

Animal World is indeed a unique program, consisting of hours of education and entertainment all served up by the host, her guests and even those who call into the show. People gravitate to the program each week for advice on animal behavior, training and healing.

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This week on our Spotlight with Gary Shipe- Sunday at 5a 02-17-19

        This week on Spotlight with Gary Shipe, Sunday at 5a: This week we speak with Chrys Bertolotto, the Natural Resources Manager of the WSU Snohomish County Extension. Washington State University runs extension programs in nearly every county in the state, and Snohomish County has a Natural Resources program called Beach Watchers. Beach Watchers is made up …

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Provocative Enlightenment welcomes two great guests

Provocative Enlightenment is finishing February strong with two wonderful and insightful guests. The program is heard Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Here’s the line up for the rest of the month: 2/21/19 – When Technology Fails with Matt Stein: Matthew is a design engineer who is also a National Merit Scholar and a graduate of (MIT) where he …

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Talk Cosmos proves seeing is believing

John Foster, has been studying astrology since he was a teenager when he intended to disprove its validity. “I discovered that it works,” said John, adding, “I just realized I needed specialized training.” Training he did indeed get, as John graduated with highest honors from Noel Tyl Master Degree Certification Course/humanistic psychology orientation. Tune into Talk Cosmos, February 16th at …

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Susan Harmon talks your teeth

Tune in Friday, February 15, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. as host and guests on Susan Harmon Experience – SHE, talk about the importance of quality dental hygiene. Susan Harmon has invited Jennifer Zbaraschuk, President of the Washington State Dental Hygienists’ Association to discuss the impact of having untrained dental assistants doing the work of highly trained professional dental …

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UW Women’s Basketball fans. . .tune in to 1150AM for all the day play-by-play action! Yes, the Lady Huskies return to KKNW for their exciting 2018/2019 season. Tune in for each game and root them on to victory! Due to the games, there will be some regular programming changes to make way for the sports programming. Here are this week’s …

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Talk Cosmos searches for your true self

Sue Rose Minahan, host of Talk Cosmos, heard Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., welcomes Sun Sign Book author Lesley Francis to her February 9th show. “We experience a shift in what we hold as our true attachments motivating our truly individuated self as February 4th Aquarius New Moon involves a shake-up urging spontaneous and unpredictable changes for authenticity,” …

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February is a time of celebration for Jupiter Rising

Join Eileen Grimes, host of Jupiter Rising, for a fascinating month of February! The show airs Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and is your opportunity to explore astrology and metaphysics to better your life. Jupiter Rising celebrates its 3rd anniversary in February and Eileen is excited. “We can’t wait to be bringing you quality entertainment every week. My …

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Discovering pathways through our zany, weird humanity

Sue Rose Minahan, host of Talk Cosmos, invites fellow Alternative Talk show host, Eileen Grimes, to her February 2nd airing. On tap. . .discussing how Aquarius and Uranus lift the broad scope of humanity seen by genius minds or traumatic peril shoved by sudden shocks from natural disaster or collisions or war. “Whether breakthroughs or breakups, life evolves towards a …

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