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UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly): UpFront Soul #2020.22- June 1-7 h1, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
We'll hear Nina Simone's take on the Five Stairsteps classic, Ooh Child, check out King Curtis' cover of The Weight by the Band, and spin Jerry Lawson's interpretation of Paul Simon's Peace Like a River, plus we'll hear new music by The Devonns, bosq feat. Justo Valdez & Evan Laflamme, Mulatu Astatke & Black Jesus Experience, and Bande-Gamboa, and we'll kick off a set of music for Geminis with Nat Adderley's Soul Zodiac.
Sanguine Fromage, WERU-FM

New World Notes: #639 -- Abominable Ways of Biotech, Part 1 (R), Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
A fine audio collage by Chazk / Virtual Renderings, Created in 2013--and just as timely and important now as then. It's about the insanity and the dangers--and the demonstrable bad health effects--of biotech tinkering with the food we eat. Part 1 focuses on the problem of transplanting genes from one species to another and the multiple health hazards of Monsanto's glyphosate ("Roundup") herbicide. (Continued under "Credits.")
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #639 -- Abominable Ways of Biotech, Part 1 (R), Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
A fine audio collage by Chazk / Virtual Renderings, Created in 2013--and just as timely and important now as then. It's about the insanity and the dangers--and the demonstrable bad health effects--of biotech tinkering with the food we eat. Part 1 focuses on the problem of transplanting genes from one species to another and the multiple health hazards of Monsanto's glyphosate ("Roundup") herbicide. (Continued under "Credits.")
Kenneth Dowst

Radio Ecoshock Show: From the Australian Outback - Your Future Has Arrived, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
Heat beyond human tolerance has arrived in the Australian outback. From Alice Springs, physician specialist Dr. Simon Quilty with tales of wilting people, dying trees and a future gone walkabout. Hear this warning to a heating planet. And why dont we count heat deaths, the way we count Coronavirus deaths? That makes it time for hot summer listening - from my earlier interview with Dr. Camilo Mora: Twenty-Seven Ways a Heat Wave Can Kill You: Deadly Heat in the Era of Climate Change.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: From the Australian Outback - Your Future Has Arrived, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
Heat beyond human tolerance has arrived in the Australian outback. From Alice Springs, physician specialist Dr. Simon Quilty with tales of wilting people, dying trees and a future gone walkabout. Hear this warning to a heating planet. And why dont we count heat deaths, the way we count Coronavirus deaths? That makes it time for hot summer listening - from my earlier interview with Dr. Camilo Mora: Twenty-Seven Ways a Heat Wave Can Kill You: Deadly Heat in the Era of Climate Change.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: From the Australian Outback - Your Future Has Arrived, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
Heat beyond human tolerance has arrived in the Australian outback. From Alice Springs, physician specialist Dr. Simon Quilty with tales of wilting people, dying trees and a future gone walkabout. Hear this warning to a heating planet. And why dont we count heat deaths, the way we count Coronavirus deaths? That makes it time for hot summer listening - from my earlier interview with Dr. Camilo Mora: Twenty-Seven Ways a Heat Wave Can Kill You: Deadly Heat in the Era of Climate Change.
Alex Smith

Saturday Morning with Kim Hill: Robert Fisk: reporting from the frontline, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
Journalist Robert Fisk has spent the past 40 years living in war zones, covering conflict in the Middle East. He's dedicated to to being on the ground and on the frontlines, and this dedication has landed him several scoops including face-to-face interviews with Osama Bin Laden. His sometimes controversial career is the focus of This Is Not A Movie, a new documentary by Canadian director Yung Chang. The film is playing at the Doc Edge Festival, which will be online only this year and runs between Friday 12 June and Sunday 5 July.
Barry Murphy

Building Bridges: Corona Virus Unmasks Capitalism , Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
Corona Virus Unmasks Capitalism with Dr. Gerald Horne, activist, Prof. of History and African-American studies at the University of Houston and one of the most prolific radical historians writing today From official disregard and denial to mismanaged responses, each day the COVID-19 crisis brings into ever sharpening clarity the hypocrisy and moral bankruptcy of the ruling class and our system of plantation capitalism. Claims of American exceptionalism and greatness are revealed to be a crumbling mask for the systemic rot that pervades. We asked Dr. Gerald Horne, activist, Prof. of History and African-American studies at the University of Houston and one of the most prolific radical historians writing today to talk about how the Corona Virus unmasks capitalism and to detail the enormous disparities experienced in every area of life by people of African descent, Brown people and Native Americans that is causing them to lose their health and their lives in overwhelming numbers during this pandemic.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg