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Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM), hosted by Alan Hutner & Elizabeth Rose, blends a varied pacing of special features, guest interviews, cutting-edge information and practical resources with an eclectic mix of contemporary music. Conversations center on topics of social responsibility and include interviews with best-selling authors and other prominent guests as well as lesser-known experts in their fields. Music crosses over typical industry classifications to provide a wide range of vocals and instrumentals, acoustic and electronic styles, from the familiar to the unique.

TRM airs on KBAC Radio Free Santa Fe 98.1 FM, broadcasting to central and northern New Mexico and broadcasts each Sunday’s complete show, available 24/7, at our website, which provides our underwriting sponsors exposure to our new and growing, global audience.

TRM and its predecessor show, COSMOSIS, were first conceived by creator/producer Alan Hutner in 1984. Over the years, the show has become one of the most highly-rated, widely-listened-to specialty radio programs, with a large and loyal following in New Mexico, as well as globally on the internet. Celebrating more than 28 years on air, TRM reflects the ongoing refinements of almost three decades of broadcasting, spanning six stations in New Mexico.

Tested and proven, TRM has continually been on the leading edge of what’s new, what’s hot, and what’s not! Factor in a diverse mix of musical programmingand TRM is branded as "Whole-brain Radio," accessing both left and right brain hemispheres to create balance in consciousness. TRM brings forth topics of social responsibility, alternative lifestyle choices and critical issues relevant to a rapidly changing world. The mix offers conversation in palatable, easy to assimilate bites, bridged with alternating music sets.

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An Evening of Cosmic Comedy With Swami Beyondananda AKA Steve Bhaerman

"For more than 25 years, the Swami has been a fount of comedy disguised as wisdom – or is it wisdom disguised as comedy?"

by Alan M. Webber

June 15, 2012

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