Michael Thomas Grewe
San Diego, California
The UNEDITED version originally broadcasted on the Bob & Tom Show, WFBQ Radio, Indianapolis, August 30, 2006...
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By the time An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May opened on Broadway in late 1960, the satirical Chicago duo was already the toast of the comedy world. Their improvised sketches, deft characterizations, and relaxed, intuitive timing has made millions laugh on radio and television.
Both Mike Nichols and Elaine May went on to even greater success on the stage and in film.
Dennis Prager has been broadcasting on radio in Los Angeles since 1982. His radio show has been syndicated nationally since 1999 and airs live, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to Noon (Pacific Time) from his home station, KRLA.
Dennis has also appeared on Larry King Live, Hardball, Hannity & Colmes, CBS Evening News, The Today Show and many others.
The following Dennis Prager Show audio files are in the MP3 file format and run without commericals.
Dennis talks to Nina Owcharenko, Senior Policy Analyst for Health Care at The Heritage Foundation's Center for Health Policy Studies.
Dennis talks to Christopher Horner, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming (and Environmentalism). Christopher answers questions from callers.
Dennis talks to David Walsh, practicing pyschologist and president and founder of the National Institute on Media and the Family. His new book is NO: Why Kids--of All Ages--Need to Hear It and Ways Parents Can Say It.
Dennis talks to Mary Habeck, associate professor, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University. Knowing the Enemy: Jihadist Ideology and the War on Terror.
Dennis talks to Alison Armstrong, co-founder of Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women seminars, author of Keys to the Kingdom, and frequent Prager Show guest. Are modern women making themselves undesirable to men?
Dennis talks to Louann Brizendine, a neuropsychiatrist at the University of California, San Francisco, and the founder of the Women’s and Teen Girls’ Mood and Hormone Clinic about her book The Female Brain.
Ultimate Issues Hour:
The differences between public and private, micro and macro are enormous and critical. Dennis lists numerous examples.
In a world with so much evil and suffering, how is it possible?
If you want it to, yes. But the religion you follow must also demand goodness. If this religion says its okay to murder innocent people while screaming the name of the deity, that religion is not going make you better.
The term is bandied about these days, but what is it? Why shouldn’t good people get more love than bad people?
The New York Times magazine had a piece on Sunday in which scientists have decided that we only know 4% of the universe. Are we humans insignificant? Or, instead, are we incredibly special?
A professor at Carnegie-Mellon, though he appears to be in good health now, has been diagnosed with fatal pancreatic cancer. He only has a short time to live. It’s a sad but inspiring story. Dennis uses it as a platform for today’s topic: if you knew you only had had a year to live, how would you live it?
If you’re unhappy, do you believe that if you had one wish fulfilled that you’d suddenly be happy? It’s tempting to think that, but life doesn’t work that way. We make ourselves happy or unhappy.
We need to depend on people. But this goes against the modern grain. We are supposed to be independent, especially women.
The moment you take responsibility for your failures, you will improve your chances to be happy. Believing you are a victim, makes happiness almost impossible.
Dennis works out a new theory – the need to compartmentalize. Sometimes you need to be able to separate parts of your life to achieve a measure of happiness.
Guest Dr. Steven Marmer, member of the clinical faculty at the UCLA School of Psychiatry and psychiatrist in private practice in Brentwood, CA outlines what it means to be mature. He asks three key questions of his patients: how much anxiety can you tolerate without having to do something destructive to yourself or others; how much are you able to live in the present; and do you like undertaking obligations.
Male / Female Hour:
Dennis talks to Lori Gottlieb, regular commentator for National Public Radio and author of a controversial article for Atlantic Monthly, "The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough."
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