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DestinySurvival Radio is a weekly podcast covering a variety of topics related to prepping and survival. A new program is released each Thursday, and most shows are about an hour in length. The show began in January 2011 on the Preparedness Radio Network, founded by James Talmage Stevens, a.k.a. Doctor Prepper, author of Making the Best of Basics. As of November 2013 the show became independent.
Listening and Downloading
Click on any of the highlighted dates below to access the DestinySurvival Radio program of your choice. Beginning with the show dated October 24, 2013, you may click on the show date link to listen immediately, or right click to download for later listening. For all shows before that date, when you click on the highlighted show date, a new window will open to a page on Blog Talk Radio. Listen to or download the show from there. If the link doesn’t take you directly to the page where the show is featured, contact me to make other arrangements for getting the audio file.
If you find any show links on this page that do not work, please let me know through the Contact form so the problem can be resolved.
A note about the oldest shows–Links for shows dated January 27, 2011 through May 26, 2011 no longer work. Dates are in bold and are marked with a + (plus sign). Shows marked with a double asterisk ( ** ) indicate that DestinySurvival Radio is in the second hour of the audio file. If you wish to hear any of these older shows, please get in touch with me via the contact form above, and I’ll be happy to make arrangements with you to provide the downloadable MP3 audio file(s) you want.
Blog Posts About DestinySurvival Radio
I’ve written a blog post about each show. Initially, posts appeared the day after the show’s release date. However, since I record shows ahead of time, I now publish posts the same day the show airs. Posts contain links relevant to each show. You may access these posts by searching for DestinySurvival Radio on this site or by going to Categories on the home page sidebar and clicking on DestinySurvival Radio.
DestinySurvival Radio Shows
May 7, 2015 (Right click to download.)–This week’s show is part two of a two part conversation with Dutch oven cooking enthusiast Mark Hansen. We talk about Stop, Drop, and Cook: Everyday Dutch Oven Cooking With Food Storage.
April 30, 2015 (Right click to download.)–This week’s show is part one of a two part conversation with Dutch oven cooking enthusiast Mark Hansen. We talk about Stop, Drop, and Cook: Everyday Dutch Oven Cooking With Food Storage.
April 16, 2015 (Right click to download.)–This week’s show is a replay of my conversation with Scott B. Williams and Scott Finazzo, authors of The Prepper’s Workbook, a must have for your survival library.
April 9, 2015–No new show this week.
March 12, 2015–No new show this week.
March 5, 2015 (Right click to download.)–Steve Nagel of UVPaqlite.com talks about his company’s latest glow in the dark products and lighting innovations. You’ll want some among your prepping supplies.
February 26, 2015 (Right click to download.)–This is a rebroadcast of an earlier conversation with Janet Liebsch, coauthor of It’s A Disaster! …And What Are You Gonna Do About It?, focusing on the topic of what to expect from emergency responders in the aftermath of a disaster.
February 5, 2015 (Right click to download.)–Kylene and Jonathan Jones, authors of The Provident Prepper, pay a return visit to talk about water storage and filtration as well as alternative cooking methods.
January 29, 2015 (Right click to download.)–Sue Baird, Executive Director, Missouri Organic Association, talks about her organization’s conference, Feb. 5-7, in Springfield, MO, featuring a panel of experts on the dangers of GMO crops. We also discuss organic certification and more.
January 22, 2015 (Right click to download.)–Jim Cobb, respected authority on disaster readiness, pays a return visit to talk about Urban Emergency Survival Plan and how preppers can stay safe in the city.
January 15, 2015 (Right click to download.)–Bill Cirmo of BIBOOutfitters.com talks about the BIBO number, which will help you decide whether and when to bug out. He also discusses his survival trailer for bugging out. This is part two of a two part conversation.
January 8, 2015 (Right click to download.)–Bill Cirmo of BIBOOutfitters.com talks about the BIBO number, which will help you decide whether and when to bug out. He also discusses his survival trailer for bugging out. This is part one of a two part conversation.
January 1, 2015–No new show in observance of the holidays.
December 18 & 25, 2014–No new shows in observance of the holidays.
December 11, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Lawrence Roberge Ph.D. discusses the dangers of introduced species used in biowarfare. He’s Associate Professor of Anatomy and Physiology at Laboure College, Milton, MA.
November 27, 2014–No new program this week in observance of Thanksgiving Day.
November 20, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Should going gluten free be part of your prepping strategy? Kathy Strahan and Ros Andrews, The Gluten Free Girls, give answers and talk about The 14 Day Gluten Free Guide.
November 13, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Curtis Morton of Power Research Inc. talks about long term fuel storage and products which can extend the usefulness of gasoline and diesel for years.
November 6, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Scott B. Williams pays a return visit to talk about his latest novel in The Pulse series, called Refuge. Life in the aftermath of a solar EMP delivers unforeseen complications for ordinary people who want to get to a place of safety.
October 30, 2014 (Right click to download.)–In this special edition of the show, I pay tribute to my good friend Gerald Franz, who departed this earthly life on October 23, 2014. This is a replay of our conversation on radical prepping, originally heard June 16, 2011.
October 16, 2014 (Right click to download.)–This week’s show is a replay of my interview with Paul Faust of www.1800prepare.com from January of 2013. Our discussion focused on common sense considerations the disabled or elderly need to act upon to be prepared for disasters.
October 9, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Janet Liebsch, coauthor of It’s A Disaster! …And What Are You Gonna Do About It?, talks about the October 16th ShakeOut earthquake drill and earthquake safety. She also explains how local, state and federal officials respond after a disaster.
October 2, 2014–No new program this week.
September 11, 2014 (Right click to download.)–This is a reairing of my conversation a few months back with Joyce Moseley Pierce, when we discussed All They’ll Need to Know and getting your important papers in order in the event of a death in the family or a natural disaster.
August 14, 21 & 28, 2014–No new programs.
August 7, 2014 (right click to download.)–Richard Bryant, author of When There is No FEMA, shares insights on the connection between good hygiene and good health in a time of disaster. This is part two of a two part conversation.
July 31, 2014 (right click to download.)–Richard Bryant, author of When There is No FEMA, shares insights on the connection between good hygiene and good health in a time of disaster. This is part one of a two part conversation.
July 3, 2014–No new program this week.
June 19, 2014 (right click to download.)–The Berkey Guy, Jeff Gleason, talks about getting the right Berkey Water Filtration system for you, as well as how to recognize quality food storage products, and how to avoid questionable sources of preparedness info.
June 12, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Mike Slack talks about the Go Green Self Reliance Festival, June 21-22, in the Ozarks. It’s a prepper event for the whole family.
June 5, 2014–No new program this week.
May 8, 2014–No new program this week.
March 27, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Richard Bryant continues the discussion of his comprehensive prepping reference guide, When There is No FEMA. This conversation is Part 2 of 2.
March 20, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Richard Bryant discusses his comprehensive prepping reference guide, When There is No FEMA. This conversation is Part 1 of 2.
March 6, 2014–No new program this week.
February 27, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Kermit Jones Jr. of www.PrepperPeteAndFriends.com talks about the colorful, fun children’s books he’s written to introduce children to prepping. He shares advice parents can use to get children involved in prepping, too.
February 13, 2014 (Right click to download.)–Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy of DoomAndBloom.net pay a return visit to share historical perspective on medicine in the 1800’s, with a focus on the Civil War. It’s more relevant to prepping than you might think.
January 9, 2014 (Right click to download)–Rick Austin pays a return visit to talk about a Secret Greenhouse of Survival.
December 26, 2013–No new program this week.
December 19, 2013 (Right click to download)–Nolan Crabb, an advocate for the blind, discusses prepping for the blind and visually impaired.
December 5, 2013 (Right click to download.)–Joyce Moseley Pierce discusses All They’ll Need to Know and getting your important papers in order in the event of a death in the family or a natural disaster.
November 28, 2013–No new show this week in observance of Thanksgiving.
November 7, 2013 (Right click to download.)–Mark Smith of Southern Plains Consulting discusses various aspects of prepping, including how to motivate preppers and what to do about prepper burnout. He’s the author of Preparedness: The Basics and Beyond.
August 29, 2013–Ham radio operator Joe Casler talks about his experience providing public service radio communications after the Joplin, MO, tornado in the spring of 2011.
August 8, 2013–This week is a three hour “best of” block featuring recent shows from July.
July 4, 2013–No new show this week.
April 11, 2013–This is a re-airing of an interview with Dr. Hana Solomon, creator of Nasopure and author of Clearing the Air One Nose at a Time. She discusses the importance of nasal washes for good health. It’s something simple to help you survive.
March 28, 2013–This week’s show is a re-airing of an interview with Donna Miller of Miller’s Grain House who tells how her family’s preparations and faith were put to the test during an especially tough year for them.
February 14, 2013–David Nash of The Shepherd School discusses a variety of topics, including his book Understanding the Use of Handguns for Self Defense.
December 27, 2012–No new show this week for the holidays.
December 6, 2012–George Ure of www.UrbanSurvival.com talks about Broken Web The Coming Collapse of the Internet. (This is the most popular DestinySurvival Radio show ever, as of 12/31/12, with tens of thousands of downloads.)
November 29, 2012–Gaye Levy, the Survival Woman, from BackdoorSurvival.com talks about 11 Steps to Living a Strategic Life, the book she co-authored with George Ure. It’s not your typical prepper book.
November 22, 2012–No new show this week because of Thanksgiving Day.
November 8, 2012–Anna Hess talks about The Weekend Homesteader: A Twelve-Month Guide to Self-Sufficiency.
November 1, 2012–Cap’n Dave returns to talk about bugging out to caves, surviving employment ups and downs, and his gardening efforts.
October 11, 2012–Cap’n Dave has been a pilot, diver, caver and instructor, and he’s been developing the survival mindset since his youth. Our discussion provides stimulating perspective for preppers.
September 13, 2012–No new show this week.
September 6, 2012–Clinical psychologist Dr. Steven Futrell returns to talk about normalcy bias and situational awareness.
August 30, 2012–Conrad Jaeger, author of Deep Web Secrecy and Security – an inter-active guide to the Deep Web and beyond, discusses online privacy for preppers.
August 2, 2012–No new show this week.
July 26, 2012–Scott B. Williams returns to talk about his new book, The Pulse. It’s an adventure featuring ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances in a world where the electric age has come to an end.
July 19, 2012–Clinical psychologist Dr. Steven Futrell shares insights on the preparedness mindset and coping with crisis.
July 5, 2012–No new show this week.
June 14, 2012–Madonna Spitler, CEO of Celox discusses this product for stopping bleeding, which you should have in your survival first aid kit.
March 15, 2012–No new show this week.
January 12, 2012–Should ham radio be part of your prepping strategy? I discuss this and share a few other ideas about radio communication for survival.
December 29, 2011–No new program while DestinySurvival Radio and the Preparedness Radio Network take a holiday break.
December 22, 2011–What light source should you have in your survival kits that’s more fun and practical than the glow-in-the-dark toys you played with as a kid? Find out about the Amazing Light from Steve Nagel of UVPaqlite.com.
November 24, 2011–No new show for this date because of Thanksgiving Day.
November 17, 2011–Frank Meyer, Chief Marketing Officer for Tender Corp. and co-founder of Adventure Medical Kits discusses QuikClot, the ultimate bandaid for worst case scenarios. Plus, what should be in your first aid kit?
October 27, 2011–This week’s program is a Producer’s Choice “Best of” show. Your humble host needed a break to continue recovery from a recent medical procedure.
October 13, 2011–This week’s guests are Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, well known medical professionals in the prepper world, who teach others about traditional and alternative medical strategies for survival in times of trouble.
September 15, 2011–Paul Munsen, President of Sun Ovens International, talks about solar cooking and the Sun Oven. Solar cooking is fascinating and fun. Find out how useful it can be for your prepping strategy.
September 8, 2011–Steven Silverman, Founder & Executive Director of FlexYourRights.org discusses rules for dealing with police. What should you do if you’re stopped by a cop? What if the police want to search your car or home?
September 1, 2011–Janet Liebsch, co-founder of FedHealth and co-author of It’s A Disaster! discusses what’s going on for National Preparedness Month in September and how you can have a part in spreading the word about being prepared.
August 18, 2011–Rebecca Ensign, Director of Help Teach Your Children, returns to talk more about how parents can become more engaged in their children’s education. For example, what can we learn from the Tiger Mother?
July 14, 2011–Ken Silberman discusses his role as a blind CERT coordinator as well as the role those with disabilities can have in providing disaster relief.
July 7, 2011–Gerald Franz discusses self defense for the average prepper. It’s a practical, philosophical approach, not much “how to.”
June 23, 2011–I discuss why home schooling should be an impolrtant part of a family’s prepping strategy.
June 16, 2011–Gerald Franz discusses new ways of living and thinking. Are preppers radical enough to survive?
June 9, 2011–Riverwalker’s friend Shorty returns by popular demand to talk about prepping and disabilities. It’s a mixture of big ideas and practical suggestions.
+ May 26, 2011–Riverwalker’s friend Shorty talks about the prepping mindset when you’re disabled.
+ May 19, 2011–Leon Pantenburg of Survival Common Sense discusses family camping and prepping.
+ May 12, 2011–Ellis Hein continues the discussion of how his family lives a lifestyle that bridges the centuries. He’s the husband of Rebecca Hein, the previous week’s guest, and is the author of The Woodturner’s Project Book.
+ May 5, 2011–This week’s guest is Rebecca Hein, author of A Case of Brilliance. She tells how her family’s lifestyle bridges the centuries.
+ April 28, 2011–This week’s guest is Vickilynn Haycraft, author of Wrapping It Up! and co-author of Naturally Healthy Cuisine, Real Food for Real Families. She discusses what it means to change lifestyles as part of one’s prepping endeavors.
+ April 21, 2011–Riverwalker of the Stealth Survival blog talks about prepping, survival and staying above the water line.
+ April 14, 2011–This week’s show is on earthquakes in the heartland. What if the New Madrid fault awakens? Steve Besemer, Earthquake Program manager for the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency, discusses earthquake preparedness.
+ April 7, 2011–Dr. Hana Solomon, creator of Nasopure and author of Clearing the Air One Nose at a Time, discusses the importance of nasal washes for good health.
+ March 31, 2011–Judy Redlich of Joni and Friends, St. Louis office, discusses prepping for the disabled.
+ March 24, 2011–Hugh Vail of Tomorrow’s Harvest discusses having convenient, top quality, healthful long term storage food in your survival pantry or kitchen.
+ March 17, 2011–Featured guests from the Abundant Health and Wellness Center discussed environmental illnesses, including the aftermath of the BP Gulf disaster and the radiation dangers from the nuclear crisis in Japan. At the time of this show their clinic offered life saving solutions you may not have heard of elsewhere.
+ March 10, 2011–James Talmage Stevens, a.k.a. Doctor Prepper, author of Making the Best of Basics discusses his book and preparedness trends.
+ March 3, 2011–Discover how to get the most out of the prepping resources here at DestinySurvival.com with the DestinySurvival Users Guide.
+ February 24, 2011–Donna Miller of Miller’s Grain House talks about how her company can help with things you need for your prepping efforts.
+ February 17, 2011–Jeff Gleason, the Berkey Guy, talks about the importance of good water filtration and why Berkey Water systems should be included in your survival supplies
** + February 10, 2011–Janet Liebsch, co-author of It’s A Disaster! discusses getting this must have resource to others and the need for each of us to “Be Aware… Be Prepared… and Have a Plan!”
** + February 3, 2011–John Hill, author of How to Live on Wheat, tells why wheat is king for food storage.
** + January 27, 2011–Mike Porritt, Online Marketing Director for ShelfReliance.com talks about Food Rotation Systems and other Shelf Reliance offerings. Plus, there’s a Q&A with Doctor Prepper himself.
** January 20, 2011–Jim Kennard, President of the Food for Everyone Foundation, talks about the simple, high yield, organic gardening method called Mittleider Gardening. Click here for Mittleider Gardening info.
** January 6, 2011–The debut show features Glenda Lehman Ervin, Vice President of Marketing at Lehman’s. She shares an overview of the company’s history and tells how they use new technology to promote old fashioned technology.
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