Most of the programs are downloadable so you can put them on your I-Pod and listen to them while you're driving, gardening, cooking, or working on mundane tasks. I have a tendency to turn it on when I'm doing housework and especially when I begin to prepare dinner. It's like having a friend in the room that talks about the sorts of things that interest me. Have you ever noticed how much of your time is spent talking to friends and family about things that are not all that interesting to you? If I started to talk about what actually interests me, my friends would roll their eyes and think I've gone over the edge. So instead, we talk about the weather, economy, future retirement, houses, cars, children, grandchildren - well you get the picture. There is never any discourse on UFOs, physics, evolving consciousness, or the matrix of control that we seem to be caught up in. Chem Trails have never come up in polite conversation.
There are many radio programs out there. Some are better than others. I like Red Ice Creations out of Northern Europe, Veritas Radio, and Coast to Coast. They seem to be professionally produced, and have high quality sound. But there are many to choose from. You can find a radio program that follows any interest you may have. Most have a segment that is free and then for the second hour you need to be a subscriber. They usually charge $6-8 per month, or pennies a day. For the price of a latte you can have access to some of the deepest thinkers of our time. In fact the website we discussed starting last month was going to eventually have a radio segment. (It is still on the back burner.)
I may not always understand or agree with what is being said, but I like to listen and store the information. Sometimes little bits and pieces of information can come together, completing a picture of something you may not have even known that you were interesting in knowing!
Keeping in mind that everyone needs to make a living, paying these people such a small sum to keep me entertained and intrigued seems like a good use of my time and money. Listening to these people talk before buying their book, CD, etc, would have saved me many hundreds of dollars over the years. I can't tell you how many books I've bought and abandoned.
If you have a favorite, please let me know. If I find others that might be of interest to you I will post about them. In the meantime, listen to a segment with Neil Kramer (episode number 186) on Veritas, he is so good at verbalizing what many of us are thinking and feeling right now.