The Newly Reformatted “Breaking Through” with Georgiann is Brimming with Guests you Know, and Answers you want to Know
Dannion Brinkley, Gordon-Michael Scallion, and Rory Freedman have something in common. They are the first scheduled guests to appear on the new and improved internet radio show, “Breaking Through” with Georgiann.
Winston Salem, NC (PRWEB) October 3, 2007 — Georgiann is not a stranger to the airwaves. In 1993 and 1994, she traveled the top 10 radio market with a media personality and developed an undeniable love for radio. She is a natural speaker, rated one of the top internet business consultants since 2001, and she regularly appears on radio shows throughout the internet. Her own radio show, “Breaking Through” with Georgiann has been on the air since May 2007 and is now located on the website bearing her name, georgiann.com.
“Breaking Through” focuses on topics such as entertainment, self help, health and wellness, metaphysics, business / career, and spirituality. “The goal of ‘Breaking Through’ is to showcase and shine a light on fascinating individuals who entertain and teach the audience different ways to achieve their goals and offer insight into their lives and the world we live in,” says Georgiann. Listeners are urged to participate in the show by visiting georgiann.com to submit questions for upcoming guests by using the contact form on the site.
Georgiann leaves no stone unturned when it comes to locating guests that will wake and shake the audience. In large part because of the recent changes in our climate and weather, Gordon-Michael Scallion is the first guest of the season appearing on October 9, 2007 at 8:00 PM EST. He is a futurist, author of the best selling book, “Notes from the Cosmos,” and may be known most for his rendition of the future map of the world. According to Newsweek Magazine (June 23, 1997) “Gordon Michael Scallion is hailed by some as a latter day Nostradamus…..” and David McCallum, host of NBC’s Ancient Prophecies (March 1994) says, “Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce and Gordon-Michael Scallion all have been interpreted as foreseeing extreme weather…. and visions of global natural disasters.”
Do we really know what we are eating? To answer that question and many more is Rory Freedman, co-author of the current #1 New York Times best selling book, “Skinny Bitch” A no-nonsense tough love guide for savvy girls who want to stop eating crap and start looking fabulous, will appear on October 16, 2007 at 8:00 PM EST. Associated Press News Syndicate says of Rory Freeman and Kim Barnouin, “The authors are brazen . . . They’re not trying to win popularity contests . . . they just want healthy people.”
November promises to be even more entertaining and enlightening as Georgiann hosts a special two hour event on November 6, 2007 at 8:00 PM EST with none other than Dannion Brinkley, the New York Times best selling author of “Saved by the Light” and “At Peace in the Light“. Dannion’s first best selling book, Saved by the Light was made into a television motion picture by the Fox network and has been seen in over 30 countries. As a result of a lightning strike in 1975, Dannion had the first of three Near-Death experiences. He is loved and respected worldwide for his inspirational lectures on the Near-Death Experience, Palliative and Hospice Care, Complementary and Alternative Healing Practices, and Self-Awareness.
“Breaking Through” with Georgiann airs each Tuesday night at 8:00 PM EST. The live shows can be accessed by going to her website at http://www.georgiann.com and clicking on the “listen live” link. Shows are later archived for the audience to listen on demand.
Music will air before and after the show. Original Song “The Colours of Your Love” (Lyrics and Music by Lynne Robin Green) ASCAP and (Music by Gerald Trottman) BMI. Performed and Arranged by Gerald Trottman. Published by Winston Music Publishers (ASCAP) and Hoffman House Music (BMI). Used by Express Permission of The Publishers. For more information, go to LWBH Publishers at http://www.lwbhmusicpublishers.com (see new indie finds), or Gerald Trottman’s website at http://www.geraldtrottman.com.