JACK Radio to start live daytime spiritual show
JACK Radio has hired Spiritual Counsellor Margaret Bowman and Clairvoyant-Medium Ruth Phillips to front a new show each lunchtime called Universally Speaking.
The live programme will air each weekday from 11am till 1pm, and focus on the mind, body and spirit, offering listeners the opportunity to learn about elements including meditation, mindfulness and tapping into their own intuition.
Live readings will also be available, with listeners able to call in and speak directly with the Spiritual Counsellors, as well as to hear from other health and wellness experts, authors and practitioners.
And whilst ‘phone-ins’ with Clairvoyants or Mediums have been a regular feature on UK radio for decades, this is the first time a dedicated daytime show has been created on a national commercial radio station.
During the first week, both Margaret and Ruth will be heard on every show, after which they will then host alternative days, commencing on Tuesday 7th May.
Belinda Doyle, Programme Director at JACK Radio, said: “JACK Radio provides a platform for some of the world’s most accomplished women, so there is no better place for talents like Margaret Bowman and Ruth Phillips, and we are delighted to be able to give them a voice through our new show, Universally Speaking.
“Health, spirituality and wellness are subjects that hold much fascination and appeal, and our listeners will be blown away by the exceptional abilities that they will witness and engage with on Universally Speaking.”
Margaret Bowman has been a Spiritual Counsellor for more than 40 years, with her field of expertise involving her ability to see people’s auras both in person and from afar, allowing her to make observations about the subject’s talents, spiritual development or physical wellbeing. Ruth Phillips has been working in the spiritual arena for more than 30 years, connecting with the Spirit realms and passing on messages for loved-ones.
They have previously worked on the radio in Australia, with Margaret also having a spell on Q102 in Dublin in the early naughties.
JACK Radio is broadcast on the SDL DAB multiplex and plays songs only by female artists.