It's a Woman's World

The mission of our television show is to discuss any and all topics under the sun from a woman's point of view.

Generations: Eat Clean, Be Well, Stay Well

Michelle Mazzarra, founder and owner of Luvafoodie is our guest here to talk about health and nutrition and also having fun with food. She also share with us, the interesting origins of Luvafoodie.com

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What’s Next for Diana Pierce?

Our guest today is Diana Pierce, long time KARE 11 news anchor, recently retired:

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Relationships between Women of Different Ethnicity

A lively and candid discussion between four of our cohosts about a subject that is sometimes awkward, uncomfortable, and often avoided, but we decided to “go there” and have a genuine discussion.

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The Joy of Quilting

Cassie Tyler is our guest, and today we are all about quilting.

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Before I Leave by Jenney Egertson

Jenney Egertson is the author of “Before I Leave,” a book about the lives of six remarkable elder women Jenney studied and got to know, capturing their stories, and sharing their advice.

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Beneficial Use of Therapy Animals

Kathy McMahon is here to talk about the many ways therapy animals can be used. Kathy raises miniature horses among other animals.

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Cooking Up Hobbies

Women, painting, puzzles, genealogy, writing, gardening, cooking and other hobbies–or should we say passions?

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Raising Robert: Prader-Willi Syndrome

Our guest is Janet Favorite, who wrote a book titled, “Raising Robert,” her son with Prader-Willi Syndrome, a disorder that frequently mimics, and can be mis-diagnosed as an eating disorder.

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The Icon of Infomercials

Award-winning scriptwriter, Colleen Szot joins us today to talk about her career writing TV show scripts and also infomercials.

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Literature and Literacy

Nadia Giordana is here to talk about literary endeavor, WINK: Writers in the Know magazine, and Lynn Garthwaite about the literacy project, Books on Wings.

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Contact the Producer

Email: michaelrossberg@comcast.net

Most episodes of the show are videotaped at TST's studio in Inver Grove Heights, others are shot at SPNN.

TST: 651-451-7834 - SPNN: (651) 224-5153
See the informational pages about TST and SPNN located elsewhere on this site.
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Our host: Alli Naithani


Since Alli began her stint as a television show host in 2006, she has demonstrated a level of eloquence, graciousness, compassion, and keen intelligence which makes her a standout among Twin Cities noncommercial television show hosts.

Co-host Susan Strauss

Co-host: Tai Goodwin

Co-host Jamela Pettiford

Co-producer Nadia Giordana

Co-producer Gloria VanDemmeltraadt

IAWW TV Cast and Crew

Michael Rossberg: Producer/Director/Video Editor

Beverly Crosby: Technical Director

Alli Naithani: Host

Dr. Susan Strauss: Co-host/Guest Coordinator

Nadia Giordana: Co-host/Co-Producer/Social Media

Kathryn Kelley: Camera Operator

Dr. Ellen Kennedy: Special Contributor

Jill Johnson: Special Contributor

Gloria VanDemmeltraadt: Co-producer

Lynn Garthwaite: Special Contributor

Jamela Pettiford: Co-host

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