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"Impact Interviews and Music" - Knotts/Downing (7-1-20)
Impact Radio USA
"Impact Interviews and Music" - Knotts/Downing (7-1-20)
01/07/20201:00:02
Episode Info

Welcome to the newest entrant to our Impact Radio USA stable of shows, with "Impact Interviews and Music". The title says it all, as we provide exhilarating interviews with some terrific people and, of course, we augment the interviews with great music!

Each episode of "Impact Interviews and Music" airs LIVE every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:00 am ET, then repeats at 10:00 pm ET on the same date.

On today's show, we spoke with Judith Knotts and Andrea Downing:

JUDITH KNOTTS

From Her Amazon Page:

"Homeless people can be some of life’s greatest teachers. Judith Knotts shares their stories and the lessons she has learned from spending time among the homeless people of her community. You Are My Brother is a collection of short stories, all true, with a thread connecting them. They are about the author’s encounters with homeless people and the epiphanies that they both experienced from meeting. 

Although it’s a collection of stories, at its core, it is an inspirational book meant to connect all of us to a distinctly different environment and to each other—stimulating reflection and possibly change."


ANDREA DOWNING

From Her Website:

"Andrea Downing has spent most of her life in the UK where she received an M.A. from the University of Keele in Staffordshire. She married and raised a beautiful daughter and stayed on to teach and write, living in the Derbyshire Peak District, the English Lake District and the Chiltern Hills before finally moving into London. During this time, family vacations were often on guest ranches in the American West, where she and her daughter have clocked up some 25 ranches to date. In addition, she has traveled widely throughout Europe, South America, and Africa, living briefly in Nigeria. In 2008 she returned to the city of her birth, NYC, but frequently exchanges the canyons of city streets for the wide open spaces of the West."


And some absolutely GREAT music for you!

Thank you for stopping in! Enjoy!

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