The Kathleen Show Rolls Out New, Longer Format

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Radio host doubles the fun and packs two Hours of national experts, celebrities and advice into weekly show.

The Kathleen Show, a nationally syndicated radio program about better and healthier living, making changes, and rattling some cages, announced plans today to roll out a two-hour program format beginning June 1, 2008. The show, featuring host and outspoken filmmaker Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau, will also package and provide weekly Take Charge Moments, one minute Web-teasers that will inspire people to live a passionate and healthy life.

After nearly two years on the air, Kathleen is expanding her one-hour program to bring listeners more top-notch experts, advice and resources each week. Recent guests heard on The Kathleen Show include Martha Beck, New York Times bestselling author, O columnist and life coach; Chris Carmichael, U.S. Olympian, bestselling author and personal coach to Lance Armstrong; Colin Cowie, lifestyle expert and event-planner to the stars; Christiane Northrup, M.D., women's health pioneer; Dean Ornish, M.D., the country's leading heart disease researcher and best-selling author; Peter Walsh, Oprah's organization sensation; and Academy Award-nominated actress Adriana Barraza.

The Kathleen Show recently launched a new Web site at The site is an innovative tool for consumers who want to find out the latest information and tips from well-known health and wellness gurus, fitness buffs, financial experts, parenting prodigies, entrepreneurs, organizers, doctors, and other opinion leaders who encourage smarter living.

About The Kathleen Show:
The program was launched in 2006 by critically-acclaimed filmmaker, former drug rep, consumer health advocate, and host Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau, whose goal is to educate through entertainment. Featured across the country about her journey from pushing pills for big pharma to raising eyebrows on the big screen, and on various health and wellness topics, Kathleen saw an overwhelming interest in and need for a weekly program that dove into life-changing topics in a light and engaging format. Most recently she founded Be Well Media, a nonprofit production and promotion company which uses films and other media to help make a dent in the healthcare crisis. Prior to that, Kathleen wrote/directed the critically acclaimed film Side Effects (starring Katherine Heigl), and the award-winning documentary, Money Talks: Profits Before Patient Safety.

The Kathleen Show airs on radio stations across the country and online at The show is also available via Podcast and iTunes.

To inquire about station affiliation with The Kathleen Show, please contact RadioLinx at (480) 993-3150. To arrange an interview with Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau please contact Cari Reisinger at (209) 736-6769.


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