The guest on this show is a Wiccan, specifically, "British Traditional Wicca", which ironically is not traditional at all, so I can't verify the quality or veracity of the information. I have not yet listened to it all yet but I can tell you that she doesn't believe in generational curses. She claims that such would have to be perpetually enforced, which simply is not true. Since she is a Wiccan, she believes that anything you do will come back to you, as in magical karma, times 3 or more. In hoodoo and in every other real tradition of folk magic there is no such thing as karma. She also refers to herself as a "fortune teller", which to me smacks of "cold readings" and people in costumes who get paid to tell you exactly what you want to hear instead of employing a genuine gift.
****UPDATE: I've listened to more of it and she has no clue what she is talking about. This is what happens when Wiccans are continuously propped up as being the masters of magic. At one point she even claims that hexes are rare and that you can overcome any hex with just a daily affirmation. She also claims that anyone who charges money to remove a curse is a scammer, yet turns around and wants people to purchase her book that is filled with bull shit that will not help them because she doesn't know what she's talking about. To show how ridiculous this woman is, towards the end of the interview she talks stupid nonsense that visualization and "positive thoughts" are all you need to remove a hex. Sorry, if I come across as being arrogant. I just can't stand these types, mostly Wiccans, who believe they are the be-all of magic and wisdom-keepers, let alone teachers, speakers, masters, and experts of all things magic. This infuriates me. It's okay to interview Wiccans when the subject is Wicca or Neo-Paganism, but please don't seek them out for knowledge on the occult or magic.