Scheduled and upcoming shows

Monday, March 7, 2 p.m. Central.  Mark your calendars, because you’ll want to join us live, or pick up the archived show, for our official premiere of Gone To Texas.  We’ll continue our discussion with Sharon Powell about temporal lobe epilepsy, a condition that affects more than a million people in the USA and millions more around the world.  We started the discussion this week on the test episode. Click here to listen.

Our show’s producers have received word on two guests for later this month who will talk about some topics we hope you’ll enjoy and find helpful.

Veletta Lill, executive director of the Dallas Arts District (; former Dallas City Councilmember; and someone I went to elementary, junior high, and high school with back in Illinois, will talk about the arts in Big D.

Nelson Duffle, Texas native and former TV news colleague (I produced newscasts he anchored in Austin), is a marketing strategist, business writer, and social media consultant at The Duffle Group (  He’ll  explain how social media can work for you or against you.

And we have a couple of commitments for also later in the month on craniosacral thereapy and restorative yoga.

Things are poppin’ here at ShadeyHill Ranch. Hope you’ll join us. Remember a couple of things: You have 24/7 access to the archived shows, and each archived show should start on its own with a 30-second commercial. Please stick around for part of the show, otherwise you don’t counted as a listener, and that’s how the folks at Blog Talk Radio rank the shows.

Next show:     Surviving Wonderland with Sharon Powell

Date, time:      Monday, March 7, 2011, 2 p.m.

Topic:             Living with temporal lobe epilepsy

Show link:

About John David Powell

John David Powell - Gone To Texas is on extended hiatus as a daily blogcast from ShadeyHill Ranch carried exclusively on Blog Talk Radio at We featured discussion of events in Texas and the world.
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