Malingering; Kauai Kirtan; UHM ROTC; Henry Kapono
It’s Wednesday, December 18 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Dr. Martin Johnson is the founder of Hawaii Center for Psychology. In 2009, he received the Distinguished Service Award for his contributions toward, “the advancement of psychology in the state of Hawaii,” from the Hawaii Psychological Association.
Intro Music: Little David, Play On Your Harp by Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra
Outro Music: Ghost Wal by: Budos Band
Radha Dasi and her husband Gopal Das practice Bhakti Yoga and the practice of kirtan, or sacred chanting, on Kauai, and is inviting people to take part in a Christmas Day Kirtan event in Anahola.
Intro Music: Come Thou Font of Every Blessing by Sufjan Stevens
Outro Music: Lord Shiva’s Heart by Guy Sweens
Claire Yakabe is an Army ROTC student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She received a national four year scholarship from the Army to pay for her Bachelor’s degree and has been a progression cadet in the program since her freshman year. Next spring, she’ll graduate with Honors and a BA in Political Science, a certificate in French, and a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant aviation officer. Click here for more info about UHM ROTC.
Intro Music: Washington Post March by Papa Bue’s Viking Jazzband
Outro Music: The Army Goes Rolling Along by US Army Band and Chorus
Henry Kapono is a Hawaii songwriter, as well as a recording and performing artist.
Intro Sounds: Must Be Santa by Henry Kapono
Outro Music: Merry Christmas To You by Henry Kapono