13 episodes

Hancock Hour, the video podcast featuring key thinkers and agents of change from around the world who are pushing boundaries and bringing back new ideas to make the world a better place.

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Hancock Hour, the video podcast featuring key thinkers and agents of change from around the world who are pushing boundaries and bringing back new ideas to make the world a better place.

    And there were Giants then | Hugh Newman | HH#19

    And there were Giants then | Hugh Newman | HH#19

    Hugh Newman joins us to talk about his compelling research that points to a buried and forgotten chapter in human history that was filled with giants.

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    Watch the episode here: https://hancockhour.com/podcast/hugh-newman/

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    Hugh Newman is a world explorer, megalithomaniac and author. He has been a regular guest on History Channel’s 'Ancient Aliens' and 'Search for the Lost Giants'. He is a video producer who publishes regular films of his worldwide explorations at https://youtube.com/MegalithomaniaUK As well as organising the annual Megalithomania conferences and tours, he co-organises the Origins Conference with Andrew Collins.  See http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/ for more.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Sensing the Earth & Subtle Energies with Peter Knight & Sue Wallace | HH#18

    Sensing the Earth & Subtle Energies with Peter Knight & Sue Wallace | HH#18

    Authors, Earth Mysteries researchers, and Sacred Site guides, Peter Knight and Sue Wallace talk about the subtle energies within the earth, how they interact with Sacred Sites, and what we can do to have a deeper relationship with life through our own interactions with Sacred Places.
     

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Dr. Jane Goodall | Childrearing, Chimpanzees, and Conservation (KAS) | HH#17

    Dr. Jane Goodall | Childrearing, Chimpanzees, and Conservation (KAS) | HH#17

    Interview by Kathy Arlyn Sokol, 1990.
    In this interview which takes place in Kyoto on the day Jane Goodall received the Kyoto Prize, Jane shares her thoughts on chimpanzees, childrearing, conservation, and how they all relate to the changes in modern culture.
    1990-10-24 © Kathy Arlyn Sokol, used with permission.

    • 34 min
    Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross | Death, Dying, & Living Right (KAS) | HH#16

    Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross | Death, Dying, & Living Right (KAS) | HH#16

    Interview by Kathy Arlyn Sokol and David Kubiak, 1985.
    In this interview Elisabeth shares her thoughts on her work with the disadvantaged and the dying; her role in the hospice care movement; and how we can live right in this beautiful experience we call life. Elisabeth also shares her wisdom of becoming sensitive to spirit and the divine support that comes through that connection, which is what has allowed her to open ET Centers (Elder/Toddler centers), and hospices for the sick and dying.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Satish Kumar | The Small School (KAS) | HH#15

    Satish Kumar | The Small School (KAS) | HH#15

    Interview by Kathy Arlyn Sokol, 1989. Here Satish talks about the benefits of alternative education, and his Small School he created in Devon.

    • 26 min
    Glenn Doman | Raising Young Minds (KAS) | HH#14

    Glenn Doman | Raising Young Minds (KAS) | HH#14

    Glenn Doman started The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential to create programs to help mentally impaired children to excel. He found through this work that the same techniques used to help mentally impaired children to thrive, also helped the unimpaired excel. He came to believe that every child is born with a greater potential intelligence than Leonardo Da Vinci ever reached, if given the tools to help unleash that genius within.
    1988-01-10 © Kathy Arlyn Sokol, used with permission.

    • 1 hr 4 min

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