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  • "Hey, its Tara, so its good."

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    I like these Talk to Tara segments. You get to hear interviews with the authors and leaders in their areas. Tara takes in what each one says openly, thus providing a well rounded presentation. Its always pleasent and interesting, and that's because its Tara. The empowering concepts presented are good to hear about and if you want to investigate further, you have choices. Thanks Tara!

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    Talk To Tara: 'Empowering Your Spirit', a Compilation of Interviews with Gregg Braden, Deepak Chopra, John Holland and More

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    Listen in as Gregg Braden, John Holland, Gary Quinn, Michio Kaku, Susan Miller, Guy Finley, Deepak Chopra, Joan Borysenko, Stephen Lewis, and Robert Hieronimus, Ph.D., talk to Tara about the subjects of their books and work.

    Thomas says: "Hey, its Tara, so its good."
  • "Hey, its Tara so its good."

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    I like these Talk to Tara segments. You get to hear interviews with the authors and leaders in their areas. Tara takes in what each one says openly, thus providing a well rounded presentation. Its always pleasent and interesting, and if you don't like one interview, there are still more. The wealth concepts presented are good to hear about and if you want to investigage further, you have choices. Thanks Tara!

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    Talk To Tara: Building Wealth and Success Principles,a compilation of Talk To Tara interviews with Mark V. Hansen, John Gray, David Allen, Alan Cohen and More

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    Listen in as Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Robert G. Allen, Alan Cohen, David Allen, Stacy Johnson, Cal Ripken Jr., John Gray, T. Harv Eker and Vincent Roazzi, talk to Tara about the subjects of their books, building wealth and success principles.

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  • "wonderful radio"

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    At the risk of gushing, I love this program. The style is simple--a series of interviews with engaging people based on a particular theme--but somehow it manages to be informative, thought-provoking, entertaining and often quite moving. The interviewers are thoughtful and informed without ever being pedantic, and the interviewees are articulate and richly varied in background, interest, profession and voice. And it's a great deal--two hours of really good talk radio a week. Absolutely worth trying, and worth searching the archives, too--the breadth of topics is amazing.

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    To the Best of Our Knowledge, 1-Month Subscription

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    Satisfy your hunger for new ideas with this interview show that explores the cutting edge of contemporary thinking in politics, religion, economics, science, the arts, and popular culture. Get the latest episode or subscribe!

    Jim says: "Sometimes great, very uneven"

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    Hear religion scholar Bart D. Ehrman on this edition of Fresh Air. Ehrman chairs the Department of Religious Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill. His new book is God's Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question - Why We Suffer. He is the author of the best seller Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why.

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