Examples of Broadcast Guests and Interviews
Listen to Sue Heath in studio share about her experience as a nurse-anestheticist and her volunteer work among the Maasai tribe of Kenya with her use of Essential Oils and witness providing a healing touch to the needy there!
Phil talks with John Noble, Director of Knysna's very own Eden Community College, about the role of higher education in reaching out to rural communities with skills and teaching that will benefit our region. The staff at ECC have tremendous vision and scope and are dedicated to a fantastic task that you will want to hear about.
Hands and Heart is an amazing educational program right here in Knysna which was developed by YFC (Youth For Christ) and overseen by Philip Schroder. It is the training of local young adult men in the trades and in the ethos of Christian values and sending them out with a toolbox full of tools and a mind filled with new skills and hope.
Well-known presenter and Knysna businesswoman Arlene Pretorious talks with the co-founders of Emzini Tours, Ella Mahlulo and Penny Mainwaring, on how their vision to "bridge the gap in the New South Africa" began in Knysna and how it flourishes today! www.emzinitours.co.za
Hear from Colin Garnett, the clinical director and supervisor of Bethesda Addictions Treatment Centre in Plettenburg Bay, as he talks about the programmes offered, the journey that families and victims of addictions face and the hope that recovery can bring.
Women Against Rape's founder, Janine Rowley, shares with Arlene her powerful and compelling life story, the program she began, and the help and services that WAR offers. www.womanagainstrape.co.za
Major Margaret Stafford of the Salvation Army discusses the programmes, roles, and initiatives of that legendary organization and its place in South African upliftment. http://www.salvationarmy.org.za/
Arlene chats to Rynette Coetzee, project executive with the Endangered Wildlife Trust about the amazing creatures of South Africa, about conservation challenges of our country and the endangered species of which we need to be good stewards! www.ewt.org.za