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Welcome! PlumbTalk TV was designed with something very important in mind...YOU! Our carefully crafted content was produced to enhance your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. The PlumbTalk Team operates knowing that there are times when life happens - we may find ourselves feeling beaten and broken. It is our hope that the content you see within will serve to lift you up, dust you off and lift you to new heights personally and professionally. Our mission is quite simple, we strive daily to educate, entertain and empower audiences worldwide.
Yocalm are leaders in wellness media and stress management solutions. They produce Yoga, meditation, sleep, relaxation music and nature content to help you better understand the relationship between the body and the breath, give you the tools to control your emotions and be able to manage the effects of every day stressors with the ultimate aim to help you live better.
Joe Robinet shows the realities of being out in the bush, whether it be an overnighter in the woods, or an extended, 10-day fly in canoe/fishing trip. We'll see his failures, as well as his accomplishments, in an effort to show you who he really is: just a regular Canadian guy who enjoys spending time outdoors.
Red Beard and his friends have a family friendly, fun time while they teach and go into detail on their builds. Red Beard started with basic go-karts in 2017 but has since added mini bikes, buggies, small engines, a bus, and a lot of fabrication. You're sure to find something that tickles your fancy.
Chef Jonathan Scinto helps families that experienced hardships & have a connection to food. Chef Jonathan takeovers their kitchens, revives family recipes & makes dinner with each family who gifts the meal to their supporters as a thank you!
David Blaine Drowned Alive
For seven days and seven nights, Blaine is submerged in 10,000 gallons of water in front of Manhattan’s Lincoln Center. Liver damage, kidney failure, loss of feeling in fingers and toes threaten his attempt to break the world record of 8 minutes 58 seconds for underwater breath-holding in Drowned Alive.