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Music For The Mountain Bluegrass: Music For The Mountain Bluegrass - Show #176 - 10-13-17, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Music for the Mountain is a weekly bluegrass radio program featuring that hard-driving bluegrass sound, with classic and new tunes running the gamut from Bill Monroe to Sierra Hull. The program is posted here in two sections for broadcasters to insert breaks for station identification, etc. Please be careful to add enough additional material as the length of the segments will vary from week to week
Out of the Woods Radio

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #56 - The Everything is RED Show!, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Sonic Café. Hey, welcome to episode 56, I’m your host Scott Clark. This time we’re broadcasting from the Red Room here at the Sonic Café… a place where everything is painted red. Why? Because Red is the color of extremes… and if nothing else, we’re all about extremes here at the Sonic Café. Seriously though… from bubbling with passion to boiling with anger the color Red has come to represent our most intense emotions. Seeing Red just does something to us. Listen for a music mix covering over 40 years. From the little red rooster to a red moon… every tune in this mix evokes the color red in some way… listen for Jimi Hendrix, Goldfinger, Peter Gabriel, Chris Robinson, UB40 and more … And also listen for study results that suggest when men should wear red … and when women should not. It’s all a bunch of psychobabble, but interesting nevertheless. All this time on the very, very red show, where everything is red … here, from the Red Room at the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Global A Go-Go: October 4, 2017, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
The music of Mdou Moctar, who's performing at the University of Richmond this week; South African gumboot dance and maskanda, coming to the Carpenter Theatre this week; Central African dance hits from the 70s and 80s; Balkan folk-rock with the emphasis on "rock"
Bill Lupoletti

Updates From Puerto Rico: in conversation with Jorge Díaz Ortiz

3 months 1 week ago
Puerto Rican artist and organizer Jorge Díaz Ortiz phoned in from San Juan to update WTUL News & Views on the devastation brought to the island by Hurricane Maria and decades of colonialism. Tina Orlandini, Development Coordinator for the community arts and organizing collective AgitArte (of which Jorge is the Artistic Director), keeps us updated on how to plug into relief efforts and show up for Puerto Rico in New Orleans.
WTUL New Orleans 91.5 News & Views

Donald Drumpf Theatre: Donald Drumpf Theatre Vol. 38, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Donald Drumpf Theatre Volume 38 Maria. A storm blows in. An original radio theatre show each week, with most sounds culled from the previous week, about a fictional, theatrical presidency. Contradictions tell the story, with songs, skits, and clips from political news shows and late-night comedy routines. The definition of "radio theatre" is stretched here, with an updated Dickie Goodman and/or Richard Foreman-meets-mashup style sometimes, and a more straightforward take other weeks. Currently, the network has ordered another 15 episodes, but there are threats of cancellation. Anyone who would like to contribute to the show, should contact info@wgxc.org.
WGXC 90.7-FM

Radio Curious: Traveling Blind, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Radio Curious revisits a conversation with Laura fogg, author of “Traveling Blind: Life Lessons from Unlikely Teachers,” a memoir of her experiences and the people she met teaching blind students, in Mendocino County, Ca for 31 years.
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

The Michael Slate Show: Break the Chains - The World's Depending on You: Carl Dix, Trump's Racist, Chauvinist Rant; Perry, Refuse Fascism, November 4 It Begins; “Runaway Home”, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Carl Dix talks about racist filth spouted by Nazi, white supremacist Trump, & the righteous response by 100s of athletes. Plus what people need to do, specifically November 4, It Begins… This Nightmare Must End: The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go! Perry from Refuse Fascism LA about blocking the freeway to announce November 4, it begins. And actors Camille Spirlin and Karen Malina White from Runaway Home, a play by Jeremy J. Kamps, set in New Orleans, three years after Hurricane Katrina.
Michael Slate

Sea Change Radio: Topher White: Connecting The Rainforest, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Do you have a drawer somewhere filled with old cellphones collecting dust? Wouldn't it be great if there were a way to put those phones to good use? This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio, Topher White, is making a difference using those dormant phones. His organization, Rainforest Connection up-cycles defunct phones with solar charging technology and then places them strategically in rainforests all over the world to monitor human activity like poaching and deforestation. After listening to how Rainforest Connection is making use of old phones, you may find yourself digging around that drawer to see what you've got to send them.
Sea Change Radio

TUC Radio: Renegade Economists Marilyn Waring, Kate Raworth and Elinor Ostrom (Part THREE) , Segment 2

3 months 1 week ago
Kate Raworth came to international attention in 2017 with the publication of her most recent book: Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think like a 21st-Century Economist. She critiques the Gross Domestic Product system of accounting - including the so-called Green or sustainable growth models. In Kate Raworth' doughnut model the goal is to raise the well being of humans trapped inside the doughnut hole, while placing limits on climate change and pollution that are near or have crossed the outer circle of the doughnut. Kate Raworth is teaching at Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute, and at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Over the last two decades she has worked as Senior Researcher at Oxfam, and as a co-author of the United Nation's Human Development Report. Kate Raworth has written extensively for media including The Guardian, The New Statesman, Newsweek, and Wired, and has done programs with BBC Radio 4, The World Service, ABC and NPR, as well as television with Thom Hartmann, Laura Flanders, CNN, Al-Jazeera, BBC, and CBC.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Renegade Economists Marilyn Waring, Kate Raworth and Elinor Ostrom (Part THREE) , Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Kate Raworth came to international attention in 2017 with the publication of her most recent book: Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think like a 21st-Century Economist. She critiques the Gross Domestic Product system of accounting - including the so-called Green or sustainable growth models. In Kate Raworth' doughnut model the goal is to raise the well being of humans trapped inside the doughnut hole, while placing limits on climate change and pollution that are near or have crossed the outer circle of the doughnut. Kate Raworth is teaching at Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute, and at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Over the last two decades she has worked as Senior Researcher at Oxfam, and as a co-author of the United Nation's Human Development Report. Kate Raworth has written extensively for media including The Guardian, The New Statesman, Newsweek, and Wired, and has done programs with BBC Radio 4, The World Service, ABC and NPR, as well as television with Thom Hartmann, Laura Flanders, CNN, Al-Jazeera, BBC, and CBC.
Maria Gilardin