Mid-Morning Full Archive

Search through our archives of Mid-Morning programs below. If the audio archive is not available to Listen Online or Download, we probably still have the program audio in our offices. You can order a CD from us. To listen to the Mid-Morning shows please download the WBCL App and click on Podcats.
 Take Note!
*If you are trying to search for something in the archives, you may notice searching is currently limited. We have to make some manual adjustments to each archived show to allow it to show up in the search, so in the meantime, click "search" without typing anything in the box first...and this will bring up the full listing of shows. THEN you can type in the key word and find the program you're looking for! Our apologies for the extra step...it's just temporary!

search by keyword
** search results for the tag: cards **
Wednesday, July 30, 2008Today's Christian Woman Live on Mid-Morning Host(s): Lynne Ford

Blogger Nancy Kennedy admitted to an inappropriate crush and invited other women struggling with this affair of the heart to offer strategies for guarding their hearts. And, boy, did she get feedback! Nancy shares her story and the helpful advice of other women on July's radio issue of Today's Christian Woman. Yolanda Branche, founder of Bayview Cards, explains how her exquisite stationary shares the inspiration of God's Word in a unique way. Dr. Linda Mintle discusses how women can learn to value their bodies- imperfections and all-no matter what our culture says. And Jerry Hall shares a unique way for teachers to get the school supplies they need-for free!
 
Wednesday, July 23, 2008Breathe Easy Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Today's "Breathe Easy" Mid-Morning is packed with ideas, items and information that can alleviate some of the stress of life so you can, well, breathe easy. Want to keep your baby's pacifier germ-free between uses? Aida Viana's invention does just that! Need your bra straps to rest further in on your shoulders? No problem with Michelle Ostaseski's "The Strapper." Plus advice for growing plants in your work space, staying in touch with your grandkids, sneaking healthy foods into your children's favorite meals, and giveaways galore, including a "Super Prize" packed with every item featured on the show.
 
Wednesday, April 11, 2007Magazine Mania Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

Whether you enjoy crafting cards, making jewelry, cooking up a storm, or reminiscing about the good old days, there's a magazine targeting your interest. Learn all about these specialty magazines - and call in to win a free subscription - on today's Mid-Morning co-hosted by Char and Lynne.
 
Wednesday, December 20, 2006Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Char Binkley, Lynne Ford

On December's "Spots and Spotlights," the very crafty and creative Chris Graham explains how she transforms jeans into cool purses. Angela Morrow shares how not finding the right greeting card for friends and family led her to start her own card company. And scrapbooker extraordinaire Beth Opel tells us about her experience as one of Creating Keepsakes magazine's 10 finalists for "Scrapbooker of the Year."
 
Friday, November 18, 2005Identity Theft Host(s): Lynne Ford

Identity theft is the fastest-growing crime in America, claiming 10 million new victims every year. Attorney Mari Frank opens your eyes to everyday threats, gives you a personal privacy audit to help you evaluate your own risks, and shares numerous tips for protecting your most valuable asset-your identity.
 
Tuesday, September 13, 2005Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

What happens when animals in the L.A. Zool get bored? Nothing good. That's why Nancy Adams creates activities to keep them busy. She discusses her unusual job on September's Spots and Spotlights that also features Wycliffe Associates' Bruce Smith and Vicki Blizzard, editor of the new CardMaker magazine.
 
Tags: zoo, cards, Bible Categories: n/a
Monday, August 08, 2005Spots and Spotlights Host(s): Lynne Ford, Maria Gardner

Meet Camerin Courtney, speaker at the upcoming Singles Summit, on today's "Spots and Spotlights." Artist Judy Buswell shares why, in her early 40s, she switched careers. And Bill and Brenda Glasner explain why eating on the run can be fun and profitable.
 
Tags: singles, art, cards, food, lunch Categories: n/a
Monday, May 30, 2005Preventing Identity Thef Host(s): Lynne Ford

Identity theft is on the rise, putting almost 10 million Americans at risk every year. On today's encore "Mid-Morning," learn how identity thieves gain access to personal information and how you can protect yourself from this insidious crime from attorney and identity theft expert Mari Frank.
 
Page: 1 of 1 [1]