Karma And More Content

Karma And More Content Radio Clatterbridge's newest presenter is promising to bring an air of calm to the station. Practicing Buddhist Danni Richards presents Wednesday Review from this evening, and she will be chanting her mantra "Nam Myoho Renge Kyo" before every show. Danni says "I don't have a shaved head or wear orange robes. Its about realising your full potential, and I have seen many changes in my life since I started." Wednesday Review will reflect on what's been happening in the entertainment and arts world. And as probably the most focused presenter on the air, Danni's programme promises to be an interesting broadcast!

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