Presented by Stephen Cook
Wednesday November 21
6pm (PST) / 9pm (EST)
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Graham will be talking about the conception and early days of InLight Radio – which only began on-air on 12 December last year! – and some of the behind-the-scenes secrets and funny moments..
He also opens up about his own life journey… from his childhood (including a period when he was five years old and was unable to walk!), to growing up in secondhand clothes and being the quirky kid. How he coped and overcame ridicule.
He talks about how he grew up constantly seeking the love of his father – a man he eventually emulated by joining a gym: a path which saw the young Graham become a personal fitness trainer before moving into physical therapy.
We also learn of the traumatic moment Graham endured when he and his father went shooting – and Graham shot his first deer.
Graham also discusses the impact of sweatlodges and Neale Donald Walsh’s Conversations With God books on his life and his role as a stepfather and father.
Graham also takes us through his own spiritual agenda – a passage that has seen him move in and out of various career roles – from public hospitals to instigating and running major cultural and arts events – and constantly returning to being his ‘real’ self.
He also talks about how losing his most ‘prestigious’ job led to his real awakening m- and the challenges and enrichments that followed. All linked together by many soul-searching hikes in nature.
PLUS – you’ll find out why haunting song by a lady called Tina Malia holds such emotional energy for Graham.
That’s GD – Quirky Memories, Sweatshop, Fatherly Love and Natural Awakenings – The Light Agenda Wednesday November 21 at 6pm (PST) /9pm (EST)
And remember, you can listen to all or any of the InLIght Radio shows at:
Next week’s episode of The Light Agenda will see the tables turned, so to speak, in a special episode as GD takes the host’s chair and interviews…Stephen Cook!