L. J. Ganser
L.J. Ganser has narrated over 300 books which have taken him figuratively under, over, around and out of this world, soaring into the future and plunging into the past. L.J. has won an Audie award from the APA, the Scourby award from AFB and many earphone awards from Audiofile magazine.
Dr Marion Gluck trained as a medical doctor in Hamburg more than 30 years ago and has worked all over the world as a women's health specialist. Whist working in Australia 20 years ago, Marion realised that bio-identical hormone replacement therapy could be a solution to the problems of hormonal imbalance, something women can suffer from at any stage of their lives. She has been working in this field ever since and believes every woman should have knowledge of and access to the benefits of this therapy. She is now recognised as one of the top doctors in this field for her pioneering approach to hormonal imbalances, using targeted bio-identical hormones as the most compatible replacement for our own human hormones. Her mission today is to educate women about their hormones, bring bio-identical hormones to the mainstream and ensure that no woman suffers the debilitating consequences of hormone imbalance in silence.In 2010 she founded the first UK clinic dedicated to this approach, providing cutting-edge bio-identical hormone treatment and delivering personalised care to thousands of patients. Dr Gluck takes a lead role in research and education, training many doctors around the world and has started her own training academy to educate medical professionals about Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. In the words of its chairman Andrew Gastaldello, the Marion Gluck Clinic is founded on Marion's 'inspiration and vision... her pioneering spirit and lifelong commitment to hormone health'.
John Gottman, Ph.D, 56, is the founder director of the Seattle Marital and Family Institute and Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington. Co-author, Nan Silver, is a writer living in New York
Adam Grant is the youngest tenured professor and single highest-rated teacher at The Wharton School. His consulting and speaking clients include Google, the NFL, Johnson & Johnson, Pixar, Goldman Sachs, the World Economic Forum, the United Nations, and the U.S. Army and Navy. He has been honoured as one of Malcolm Gladwell's favourite social science writers, one of BusinessWeek's favourite professors and one of the world's top 40 business professors under 40.
A.C. Grayling is Professor of Philosophy and Master of the New College of the Humanities, London. He believes that philosophy should take an active, useful role in society. He has written and edited many books, both scholarly and for a general readership, and has been a regular contributor to The Times, Financial Times, Observer, Independent on Sunday, Economist, Literary Review, New Statesman and Prospect, and is a frequent and popular contributor to radio and television programmes, including Newsnight, Today, In Our Time, Start the Week and CNN news. He is a former Fellow of the World Economic Forum at Davos, a Vice President of the British Humanist Association, an Honorary Associate of the National Secular Society, Patron of the UK Armed Forces Humanist association, Patron of Dignity in Dying, a former Booker Prize Judge, a Fellow of the Royal Literary Society, a member of the human rights group IHEU represented at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva; and much more.