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Beyond 50's Radio Interviews: April 2016          




Tax Attorney, Dan Pilla:
How to Win Your Tax Audit

Friday, April 1
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)



Naked Money
Tuesday, April 5
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)




Clearing Emotional Clutter
Wednesday, April 6
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



Touching the Light: How to Free Your Fiber-Optic Fascia
Thursday, April 7
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)


Live Blood Cell Nutritional Analysis & Prodovite

Friday, April 8
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)


Danuta Pfeiffer's Chiseled Life: Identity, Duplicity, and Divine Wine

Wednesday, April 13
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



Patterns in Psyche & The Natural World

Thursday, April 14
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)


The Capitalist Evangelist, Wayne Allyn Root: The Power of Relentless

Friday, April 15
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)


Plant Your Garden in a Keyhole
Thursday, April 21
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



Life Extension Nutritionist, Patricia Bragg: The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle
Friday, April 22
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)



Walter's Way

Wednesday, April 27
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



Nomadic Matt: The Ultimate Guide to Travel Hacking

Friday, April 29
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)


                         
                              Full Schedule of Radio Interviews:
                                                April 2016


  Regular Interviews Times:
  Wednesday - Thursday at 9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)
  Fridays at 12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)
 
 Friday, April 1 -
Tax Attorney, Dan Pilla: How to Win Your Tax 
  Audit*

 Tuesday, April 5 -
Naked Economics**
 Wednesday, April 6 -
  Clearing Emotional Clutter*

 Thursday, April 7 -
Touching Light: How to Free Your Fiber-Optic
  Fascia**

 Friday, April 8 - Live Blood Cell Analysis & Prodovite*
 
 Wednesday, April 13 -
Danuta Pfeiffer's Chiseled Life: Identity,
  Duplicity, and Divine Wine*

 Thursday, April 14 - Patterns of Psyche & The Natural World**
 Friday, April 15 - The Capitalist Evangelist, Wayne Allyn Root: The
  Power of Relentless*
 

 Wednesday, April 20 - TBA

 Thursday, April 21 - Plant Your Garden in a Keyhole*
 Friday, April 22 - Life Extension Nutritionist, Patricia Bragg: The Bragg
  Healthy Lifestyle*


 Wednesday, April 27 -
Walter's Way*
 Thursday, April 28 - TBA
 Friday, April 29 - Nomadic Matt: The Ultimate Guide to Travel Hacking*
 
 Note: Subject to Change.  

 *Episode Can Be Heard on Archive 1
 **Episode Can Be Heard on Archive 2



Beyond 50 Radio: Top Video of the Week                       
   

    Nomadic Matt:
The Ultimate Guide to Travel Hacking

For Beyond 50's "Travel" talks, listen to an interview with Matthew Kepner, also known as Nomadic Matt from Boston. Imagine being able to fly anywhere in the world as often as you want - for next to nothing. From taking your family to Europe, flying first class, to sleeping in an overwater bungalow in Maldives - it's all possible. Money is the number one reason why people don't travel more and he shows you how to take money out of the equation. Find out about how to master frequent flier and hotel loyalty programs and use those system to gain hundreds of thousands of points per year before even stepping foot on an airplane or in a hotel prior. The strategies he suggests allowed him to travel so often on a budget and will get you out of your house faster, cheaper, and in comfort...because there's nothing like starting your trip in a first class suite that only cost $10!  Tune in to Beyond 50: America's Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and sustainable lifestyle. Visit www.Beyond50Radio.com and sign up for our Exclusive Updates.

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Beyond 50 Radio: Article of the Week                      


Plant Your Garden in a Keyhole

For Beyond 50's "Green Living" talks, listen to an interview with W. Leon Smith from Texas. He is an avid gardener who likes to educate about the practice of Keyhole Gardening.  Smith prefers this method because it's easier on the back, plant crops can be grown closer together, water efficient, and doesn't require weeding.  From a bird's eye view looking down on it, the structure looks like an old-time keyhole. In the middle is a rounded area to drop in your compostable materials that would break down to enrich the soil. 

Origins of Keyhole Gardening

The practice of Keyhole Gardening started at a school in Lesotho, Africa. 

It was through Smith's association with Dr. Deb Tolman from Portland State University that he learned about the concept.  

By design, Keyhole Gardens are six feet in diameter with a raised bed.  Like a pie that has been sliced for one serving, a wedge is made and the circular wire basket for composting is placed in the center of the garden.  From high above, it resembles a vintage keyhole.

Raised Bed Gardening

Smith's first attempt at building his own Keyhole Garden consisted of an improvised, semi-circular arrangement of rocks, cinder blocks and a 1-foot wide wire mesh cage for the internal basket. 

The topsoil was first added with water that's a mix of "green" (like kitchen food scraps, grass clippings, manure, coffee grinds) and brown" materials (like cardboard, junk mail, straw, woody stalks, dead plants).  And for the upper layer, he mixes in potting soil.  From years of keyhole gardening experience, Smith found that it takes about 1.8 yards of topsoil fill for a design that is 6 feet in diameter.

The plantings were done at two different times in Spring and watering almost daily.  His efforts yielded nicely grown yellow crook-neck squash and green zucchini. 

Over time, Smith learned to work with the changing climate and growing seasons for his area in rural central Texas. 

"About 95 percent of the space in my gardens is planted with seeds, while the other five percent consists of transplants, mainly tomatoes," he explained.

In Keyhole Gardening, the soil can sink several inches.  Very dark and rich soil matter can be found at the lowest layer where the bio-matter decomposes.

A Near-Perfect System

Before the discovery of Keyhole Gardening, Smith found traditional gardening tedious and back-breaking work and gave up on it.  He prefers to call his keyhole gardens near-perfect systems for several reasons:

 - By keeping the internal basket full, it can break down the compost for continuous leaching out of natural nutrients and moisture to feed the soil, resulting in high-grade harvests that are tasty and nutrient-dense;

 - Weeding is minimal, if at all;

 - Requires little watering and drains very well to avoid flooding during heavy rainfall;

 - You can grow several different types of crops closer to together.  The ideal keyhole garden is lush with very little unused surface space.  You can grow huge crop yields per space;

 - And, if you are disabled in a wheelchair, making a Keyhole Garden allows you to garden in a convenient way due to its height of 28.5 inches and 24 inch reach.

To Hear the Interview, Click on This: Keyhole Gardening


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