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The Cultural Hall: Special Episode, Postum. If you were one of the disappointed fans in 2007 when Postum™disappeared from the shelves, then you’re sure to perk up now that its original formula is available once again. Listen at

The Cultural Hall: Episode 75, Sexologist ***This Episode is About Sex*** Notice that we didn’t spell out S E X. We are not gratuitous in the language we use in this episode. We are not profane. We talk very openly about sex, with a sex professional. It is very informative, useful information for you, your partner and for the church as a whole to consider the dynamic subject of sex. We share at what ages you should start discussing sex with children. Listen at

The Cultural Hall: Episode 76, Spousal Abuse. It is not ok, but it happens. So what do you do if you find yourself in an abusive relationship? In this episode we visit with Kirk Voss a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with individuals, couples, and families to address a variety of emotional and mental health issues. Kirk received his Master’s degree in Family Studies: Marriage and Family. Listen at

The Cultural Hall: Episode 77, Gre Godfrey. Perhaps best known for Nitro Circus, Gregg is a down-to-earth guy who just loves adrenalin. Listen at

The Cultural Hall: Episode 78, Parker Jacobs. He is an American artist, musician and former child actor. He is known for his work as an art director on the children’s television series Yo Gabba Gabba!, for which he has been nominated for four Daytime Emmy Awards, as well as for his involvement with the Californian bands GOGO13 and The Aquabats. He was patient with Richie as this was the first “On The Home Phone” interview. Listen at

The Cultural Hall: Episode 79 Christian Jacobs, an American musician, television producer, voice actor and former child actor. He is perhaps most recognized as the co-creator of the award-winning Nick Jr. children’s television series Yo Gabba Gabba!, on which he additionally serves as a writer, director, composer and voice actor. He's also lead singer of the successful Orange County rock band, The Aquabats, and he's a Mormon. Listen to an interview with him at

The Cultural Hall: Episode 75 Mormon Sexologist. What age you should start discussing sex with children. Yep, you read that right..Talking about sex with children. And other sexy info.

The Cultural Hall:episode 68, Elle Duke is 16 years old. She loves music. Loves to sing. And she is REALLY good. REALLY REALLY good. She loves the church, loves her family, writes her own songs and is going big places (Mark My WORDS!) Give a listen…I dare you to disagree with me.

The Cultural Hall: Episode 67, JoanneHanks, author of "It's not about the sex, my @$$" Joanne married Jeff Hanks in 1987 in the Salt Lake Temple. Five years and three children later, the Hanks moved to Manti, Utah, and joined the Mormon-derived, polygamist cult The True and Living Church of Jesus Christ of Saints of the Last Days, or “TLC” for short. 7 yrs later, the Hanks did something that the cult members rarely do: They saw through the madness and left.

The Cultural Hall: special episode, Heritage Tours. The history of Heritage Tours goes back to 1974, when Bob Eliason suggested to an American Fork Stake Presidency that they should consider a Church History tour for the LDS Seminary students of American Fork High School. Take a listen:

The Cultural Hall: Episode 68, The Sherinians. This couple was featured in the "I'm a Mormon." LDS advertising campaign. Amazing couple. Listen to their interview,

The Cultural Hall: Episode 59. Richie waited for a way to get his day job co-worker Gina Barberi in TCH. Then came the Brigham City Temple open house. Gina has never been into an LDS temple. Then have her talk about the experience and answer any questions she has about the LDS church. This episode is pretty “Doctrine-y” without having an ounce of official Church stance on anything. A Catholic in TCH.

The Cultural Hall: Episode 60 author of Happy Homemaking: An LDS girls guide. Is homemaking a dying off art-or is there a new trend pushing Men and Women in the church to make their home a happy one where the spirit can dwell?

The Cultural Hall: Episode 57 Devin D. Thorpe, author of Building Wealth for Building the Kingdom. Finances. 5 finance tips for LDS members. A very informative episode.

The Cultural Hall: Episode 27 guest Joanna Brooks reads from her book, The Book of Mormon Girl.

The Cultural Hall: Special Episode --Saints And Soldiers II. Movie trailer for "Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed."

The Cultural Hall: Special Episode --Saints And Soldiers II. Listen as we interview Ryan Little and Adam Abel, the director and producer of “Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed."

The Cultural Hall: Episode 54 Richard Thomas Steadman. Or is it Rick Steadman? Or is it Richie T Steadman? Or just plain Richie T. Founder of The Cultural Hall. If you are a lifer you certainly know a lil about him. But some of this episode may surprise you. Born of goodly parents, what makes him tick? Why even do The Cultural Hall? And what about the dark times. Listen to this podcast at

The Cultural Hall: Episode 53 Yeah Samake, Mali Presidential Candidate. A Mormon President? The world hasn't had one yet. Even if Mitt Romney loses, there could still be one: Yeah Samake. He is the current mayor of Ouelessebougou, a BYU graduate & founder of the Mali Rising Foundation. Listen to how the gospel changed his life. Find out how important his education was to his family. And being Mormon in an almost 90% Muslim country. Be inspired to help the people of Mali. TheCulturalHall.c...

THe Cultural Hall: Episode 52 Intimacy. It’s more than sex. It’s more than cuddling. What is it & why do Mormons have such a hard time with it. This episode deals with all things intimate. There are “adult themes” throughout. BUT, I encourage people to listen & really grasp what this episode is about. There is something in this episode for everyone, from inexperienced to married-with-kids.

The Cultural Hall: Episode 51 Mormon Mythbustin'. Did professor Mynhardt gain a testimony of the Book of Mormon while translating it into Afrikaans? Did Elder Bednar claim that a Mitt Romney nomination will lead to greater persecution? Gladys Knight was baptized and is a member of the Church? David Archuleta to serve a mission? The creators of Yo Gabba Gabba are LDS? A missionary in Australia survive a 230-foot fall off a cliff? Listen to answers to these & more from