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S+L Radio now on iTunes!

June 5, 2009
pedro_radioFor the last five months, we’ve been taking the best of S+L on to the airwaves, through our new program S+L Radio, on the The Catholic Channel, which is available through Sirius Satellite Radio, channel 159 and XM Radio 117.
All the programs are also available for streaming and downloading off our webpage: www.saltandlighttv.org/radio, and now you can subscribe to the radio show as a podcast off iTunes by clicking HERE (be sure to give it a minute to load!) Every week, we bring you inspiring messages, insightful interviews, interesting commentary and music plus news updates with Kris Dmytrenko and Matthew Harrison, and Catholic events listings with Michèle Nuzzo.
Click on the following link to hear a snippet of the show: S+L Radio Commentary for June 6th 2009.
The rest of the program, which will air tomorrow, Saturday, June 6th at 10pm ET (7pm PT), includes a feature interview with Lina Madore of the new Real Life Film Festival in Sudbury, Ontario, a festival that seeks to honour films that uplift the human spirit – and we speak to our featured artist of the week, singer/songwriter Chris Bray. So – go to iTunes, subscribe and take S+L Radio with you wherever you go!

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