The Anger Cure
Friday, March 1
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Kathleen O'Bannon. She will talk about her step-by-step program to reduce anger, rage, negativity, violence and depression in your life. Anger is not just an emotion - it's a way of life based on all the things you eat, think, and do. Specific biological, nutritional, and psychological states feed anger. O'Bannon will also explain about a series of test to help you diagnose what's causing your anger problem. Based on that you can make lifestyle changes necessary to cure it. For instance, spikes in your blood sugar after you eat a candy bar instead of a nutritious lunch can cause anger attacks, as do yeast infetions, a lack of B vitamins, and excess stress.
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*Subject to change. To join in the conversation during the live broadcast, call (724) 444-7444. When asked for the Talk Show ID, dial 59781#. And for the last code, press 1#. If you happen to miss any of our past interviews, you can hear them from our listings: archive 1 and archive 2.
PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soat; and champion human rights.
In America, there are more people that die from prescription drug abuse than from car accidents. "Side Effects" is a thrilling murder mystery about a successful and young New York couple: Emily a graphic designer and her husband Martin was just released from prison after service four years for insider trading as a former Wall Street broker. Suffering from chronic anxiety, Emily's psychiatrist prescribes a new prescription: a pink pill called Ablixa that leads to unexpected and destructive side effects. The film highlights Big Pharma and drugs such as Zoloft, Prozac and Wellbutrin that create a dangerouly zombified citizenry. It's the American belief in better living, right now and forever, through chemistry. (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama; Running Time: 1 hr. 46 min.)
Caesar Must Die
Filmed in Rome's high-security Rebibbia Prison, the documentary goes behind the scenes as inmates rehearse for the production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," then put it on stage. Many of the hardened criminals have links to organized crime. Convicted murderers play murderers, convicted conspirators plot to take a noble life. Many in the cast have to work through their own conflicts within themselves and between each other. (Available in Select Theatres; Genre: Documentary, Drama, Musical & Performing Arts, Special Interest; Running Time: 1 hr., 16 min.)
A Place at the Table
A very emotional film, it addresses hunger as an urgent, national priority. There are 49 million people in the U.S. - one in four children - who don't know where their next meal is coming from. There's a direct correlation between poverty and hunger in America with obesity. Due to lack of finances to afford healthier diet, too many are eating cheap junk foods, leading to obesity. The documentary follows a number of individuals. One of them is actor Jeff Bridges who founded the End Hunger Network to address these growing problems head on. (Available in Select Theatres; Genre: Documentary; Running Time: 1 hr., 24 min.)
Both a coming-of-age tale and poignant love story set in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the story follows 12-year-old Komona who was separated from her family during a raid of her village where she was forced to kill her parents and made to become a child soldier. She meets with an older Magician, a fellow albino soldier with mystical leanings, and falls in love with him. They decide to escape their life as soldiers to experience the joys of a peaceful and loving life for the first time. (Available in Select Theatres; Genre: Drama; Running Time: 1 hr., 30 minutes)
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