Radio Rehab: The Relapse features Dayna Keyes...a radio personality and recovering addict with a firm grip on sobriety. In this groundbreaking and entertaining show, Dayna explores the intimate challenges, struggles, hope and often comical situations that accompany each day in recovery. The daughter of a rock musician father and creative artist mother, Dayna experienced the world, the road and all that comes with it at a young age. Thanks in part to her rock and roll style life, Dayna brings countless intriguing stories and fascinating guests to Radio Rehab. As she shares her own very personal experiences, Dayna hosts this unique talk show aimed at providing a media outlet for addicts, their loved ones affected by addiction and the general public.
Death & Extract - Sarah D. On Relapsing & Shame
Dayna wraps her conversation with Sarah D. as they talk about relapsing and shame. (Part 3 of 3)
Death & Extract - Sarah D. On Yoga, Meditation & The 11th Step
Dayna & Sarah D. talk about being in sobriety and dealing with health issues, along with 11th step. (Part 2 of 3)
Death & Extract - Welcome Back, Sarah D.
A new series conversation with Dayna's dear friend and a returning guest on the show, Sarah D. (Part 1 of 3)
RR Entertainment - The Oxy Kingpins
Film Festival Week Day 4 talking to The Oxy Kingpins Director Brendan Fitzgerald and Producer Drea Bernardi.
RR Entertainment - Poly Styrene: I AM A CLICHÉ
Day 3 of Film Festival weeks takes us to SXSW to chat about the documentary Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliche
RR Entertainment: Kevin Smokler & Christopher Boone of Vinyl Nation
Film Festival Week continues with directors of the film Vinyl Nation.
Great show but it just ended in June 2019. I miss you Dayna and Char, you freaky chicks. Give us an update.... Anything... And thanks for keeping me sober the past 874 days.
Rad recovery and great stories with experience, strength and hope!
Dayna and Producer Char have put together a wonderful podcast. Their special guests always discuss topics that are so important to those of us in recovery. And Dayna is just freaking funny and has a great outlook on life. I love how honest she is about her past but yet she's also honest about how she's doing today. She is a *great* interviewer, and works well with guests of all varieties - those who have a lot to say and those who are new to radio and need to be drawn out a little bit more. And her excitement for life in general - and wackiness which I love - make for a hilarious and down to earth, recovery-based podcast that you would be silly not to check out. It's great for those in recovery or those who know someone who is in it or needs it - and we ALL know someone like that!
Just found this--wonderful!!!