Sunday, July 29, 2012

Feed Your Best Friend Better



 Feed Your Best Friend Better  
 Friday, July 27
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Pet Care" talks, listen to an interview with Rick Woodford.  He'll talk about his new cookbook that he calls a "dog food manifesto."  Woodford's interest in cooking for sick dogs led to a business called Dog Stew, a home-delivered dog food company nurturing dogs with homemade meals.  He eventually closed the business to focus on his new book, "Feed Your Best Friend Better."  The recipes within it encourage long-term health, introducing ingredients like apples, carrots and green beans, in the right amount.



     
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Your Pets' Past Lives
For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Madeleine Walker from England. She is a renowned animal communication and regression therapist. She'll provide fascinating insights about special, past life relationships with animal companions to explain why the only one who understands you is your pet. Calls from listeners are encouraged, especially pet owners. You'll learn why your pet has chosen the form its chosen to reincarnate, and those who have lost a beloved animal to also call in. She'll explain how to recognize a reincarnated pet. Walker will describe how owners and pets travel through time together sharing soul journeys.

   
        To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 388





2012 London Summer Olympics:
Opening Ceremonies

Beyond 50 encourages you to watch the upcoming Opening Ceremonies of the Summer Olypics in London this Friday evening.  Overseeing the performances is Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle of "Slumdog Millionaire."

Boyle's  artistic vision called "Isles of Wonder" was inspired by William Shakespeare's "The Tempest."   They will tell the story of the British recovering from its industrial legacy with "Dark Satanic Mills" and looking to the future.



The stadium has been transformed into an idyllic countryside with cottages, mosh pits, milkmaids, picknicking families, a cricket match and lots of farm animals: sheep, horses, chickens, cows, goats, dogs and geese.  Adding to the effect will be  artificial clouds to produce rain - typical of British weather.

Kicking off the ceremony will be the sound of the largest harmonically tuned bell in Europe.

As a finale, Beatle Paul McCartney will be giving a musical performance.



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