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Local Listeners Give Views on 'Can You Judge A book By its Cover?' Plus Mona May Interview

Ruth Copland started a new feature on It's A Question of Balance this week - Out and About, where she interviews people on the street about their views on the week's topic. Listen in to what local people had to say and to a great interview with Mona May divulging how some of the magic of film is created. Listen here http://bit.ly/1jjL6z3 and for more info on the show go to www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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Renowned Costume Designer Mona May Talks to Ruth Copland on It's A Question Of Balance This Saturday 9-10 PM

Much of the look and feel of our favourite films comes from the costume design. Mona May's film credits include Clueless, The Wedding Singer, 8mm, Enchanted, The Haunted House, and Stuart Little 2 to name but a few. She has worked with some of Hollywood's top stars including Heather Graham (pictured with Mona) creating costumes that bring the characters to life. Tune in for this week's interview with our guest from the Arts on It's A Question Of Balance with Ruth Copland 9-10 PM Saturday evening. For more info on the show go to www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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Can You Judge A Book By Its Cover?


Do you think that you can tell the kind of person someone is just by looking at them? If so, what exactly are you evaluating? Are you using your brain or your gut? Looks or feel? Is your first impression useful or dismissive? Could making instant judgements lead to prejudice? What do YOU think?

On It's A Question of Balance with Ruth Copland this Saturday we ask - 'Can you judge a book by its cover?’ New research suggests that the old adage ‘you can’t judge a book by its cover’ may actually not be true. It seems that people can tell quite a bit about a person by looking at them – whether a man would make a good father, for example. But what do you think?

Join the conversation! Call Ruth with your thoughts on 831 479 1080 this Saturday between 8-9 PM or email comments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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"Does Fear Help or Hinder Us in Our Daily Lives?" And Guest Local Sculptor Jenni Ward

Ruth Copland and Jenni Ward

Listen to this week's podcast for It's A Question Of Balance With Ruth Copland and give your comments! Listen at http://bit.ly/1onjjkF  This Saturday we discussed Fear. Fear can be paralysing, disempowering and make us feel that the world is against us. Fear can make us judgmental and critical of ourselves and others. Fear can be a justified response. Fear can inspire action and motivate us to overcome. Fear can show us we are stretching ourselves and growing. How does fear play out in your everyday life? Where is the balance between the benefits and drawbacks?Also hear wonderful local, award-winning sculptor Jenni Ward talk about her humanitarian work in Haiti, her life, work and Aptos teaching studio. www.itsaquestionofbalance.com 

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The most creative business building and funding ideas/Money Moves

KSCO's own MZ will be my special guest on this Thursdays Money Moves Show.

Thursday from 7-8PM.

Did you want to know what it costs to run little old KSCO each month?

Does advertising alone pay the bills?

What were some of the REALLY unusual and out of the box ideas that MZ came up with that finance KSCO?

If your inquiring mind wants to know..tune in Thursday as we explore "Creative Ideas for Business Building and Funding" on Money Moves?

Your Host.. Pamela Fugitt-Hetrick Certified Agent for Covered CA

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drfuture, autonomous cars, longevity

DrFuture News N:OW, May 7, 2014 - Major NIH study on Living Past 90, Neanderthal update, Big Volvo Autopilot project, Smart Phones Change the Web

Volvo Auto Pilots driving around town

 This week on Dr. Future News, the Futures discussed Long Life Humans, and ancient prehistoric humanoid species who did not go extinct, according to the latest scientific analysis. It might surprise you to learn that wine and coffee both get a thumbs up when it comes to reaching 90 years old, while being very thin seems associated with a shorter life span. More good news for these and other folks who are no longer interested in driving their cars, DrFuture reports on progress on testing autopilot cars by Volvo and Google. These and other surprising secrets to long life are discussed in the May 7th podcast on .

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