The Week Of
APRIL 13, 2015

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Episode - #0295 (56:23)
Philip Cutler is the founder and CEO of GradeSlam, a Canadian ed-tech company that has just launched the first ever on demand, one-on-one online tutoring service, called GradeSlamNOW.
(You can try the service out for free, by going to their website and typing in the promo code GS-NOW-20).
The recent Germanwings tragedy where it is alleged that the co-pilot intentionally crashed the jet he was flying into the French Alps, has brought mental health onto the front pages. We discuss the issue with psychotherapist Lanada Williams.
Michael McCluney, creator of the new app Incubate, which allows users to send video, text or photo messages to friends/family/significant others up to 25 years into the future or as quickly as a few minutes from now.
This week's opening slate is presented by Karly Beaumont a writer/director and freelance photographer. She also has two podcasts That Pop This Life, that looks at pop culture; and Talking Shondaland, that covers the latest Shonda Rhimes TV shows.
Music heard on this week's show includes:
  • Soulful Strut - Grover Washington Jr. (opening theme)
  • Chili Hot - US3 (liner music)
  • Last Call - Jr. Walker & The Allstars (liner music)
  • Stink - John Lurie (closing theme)
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