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It's A Question Of Balance with Ruth Copland Returns on JULY 19th!!

It's A Question of Balance is on a two-week summer hiatus. The show will return on JULY 19th with the usual lively and interesting topic debate and an in-depth interview with award-winning poet and author Ellen Bass. Ruth looks forward to being back Saturday 8-10 PM 19 JULY. In the meantime, do visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com where you can find out more information on Ruth and the show and listen to past shows that you may have missed.

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Philip Tan, actor, stuntman, fight & stunt co-ordinator & action director talks to Ruth Copland on It's A Question Of Balance Saturday 28th June 8-10 PM

 

Born in Singapore, and brought up in Britain, where he was British Youth Tumbling champion and Men's British Tae Kwon Do Champion, Philip now lives in LA and works as a 2nd Unit Director and stunt and fight co-ordinator on some of Hollywood’s biggest movies. As a stuntman he has worked on all three Hangover films; Pirates Of The Caribbean II and III; The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift; Speed Racer; and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life to name only a few films. He is stunt co-ordinator on four upcoming major films.  Philip can also be seen in movies such as Bloodsport 2 (1996), Martial Law (1998), Showdown in Little Tokyo (1991), and Lethal Weapon 4. As well as being a Tae Kwon Do champion, Philip is also an expert in Thai boxing and classical boxing. Ruth talks to Philip from 9-10 PM. From 8-9 PM we consider 'What value make us an 'American'? For more info on the show visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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Jett Williams, Country Singer and Daughter of Hank Williams, is the Special Guest on It's A Question of Balance with Ruth Copland 9-10 PM Saturday 21 June

This week Ruth is pleased to feature the amazing story of Jett Williams. Jett was born five days after her father died in 1953. Relinquished by her natural mother, with whom Hank had been having a relationship after his marriage ended, Jett was adopted by Hank’s mother but when she too died soon after Jett was given up for adoption by the rest of the family. During her youth, Jett had no idea who her natural parents were, let alone that her daddy was Hank Williams, but from a very young age she demonstrated an unusual and natural talent for music, singing, and her guitar. Listen in to hear the engaging story of how Jett found her true roots and proof that Hank Williams had always wanted her, despite family members conspiring to keep the truth from her. Jett came through this remarkable experience to become a singer/songwriter, Grand Ole Opry regular, motivational speaker and caretaker of her father’s music. The Pensacola New Journal states “Jett Williams [sings] with enough power and emotion to prove, if nothing else, that if talent is hereditary, then she’s surely her daddy’s girl”. Listen in 9-10 PM Saturday 21 June. For more info on the show go to www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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Local people give views on 'Should doctors be paid to keep us well?’ and Interview with Ulla Anobile

Should doctors be paid to keep us well? As opposed to being paid by procedure and number of patients seen. Hear what local people had to say to and make up your own mind. Also hear about the life and work of writer and artist Ulla Anobile. Listen here http://bit.ly/IAQOB14Jun14 to It's A Question Of Balance with Ruth Copland. For more info on the show or to contact Ruth visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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Should Doctors Be Paid To Keep Us Well?

On It's A Question Of Balance this Saturday 14th June 8-9 PM we consider ‘Should doctors be paid to keep us well?' The American College of Physicians says that the way doctors are paid has warped how medicine is practiced. Although there is some performance based pay the bulk of most doctors pay is still fee-for-service contracts, which brings financial decisions into the arena of medical decisions. Doctors are paid by the number of precedures carried out and patients seen rather than by keeping us healthy and out of the doctor’s office. Does this create a conflict of interest? Or should free-market principles apply in healthcare the same way they do in other sectors? What do you think? Call the studio 8-9 PM on 831 479 1080 or email comments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  For more info on the show go to www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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