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TUC Radio - Freedom for Julian Assange and all Journalists

10 hours 47 minutes ago
Support for the journalist and publisher of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange focused on rallies in London and Washington DC on October 8, 2022. The former war correspondent and author Chris Hedges gave the most eloquent summary of the situation. A new generation of journalists is coming out in support of Assange. Taylor Hudak is an American-Hungarian journalist and covers human rights, free speech, press freedom, US foreign policy and corruption. She produces video reports and interviews for the online publication acTVism Munich. She was invited to speak about Julian Assange at the Better Way Conference in Vienna on September 29, 2022. Ten days earlier Chris Hedges was the guest of Project Censored. Director Mickey Huff asked him about Julian Assange. He was recorded on September 19, 2022 Concluding this broadcast is Stella Morris, the wife of Julian Assange, attorney and mother of their two children. She is fighting with him for his release from prison and against his extradition to the US. Throughout this program rallies on October 8, 2022, are mentioned. Plans are to surround the Parliament building in London and the Department of Justice in Washington DC, calling on Attorney General Garland to drop the charges against Assange.
Maria Gilardin

The Michael Slate Show - The Women of Iran Have Stood Up! Bob Avakian, America, Leader of the Free World? Raymond Lotta, “Biden's Imperialist Climate Bill,” Pt 3. Sunsara Taylor on Bill Russell and the Leadership and Method of Bob Avakian

13 hours 58 minutes ago
Sunsara Taylor gives important context to the protests in Iran. Then, Andy Zee reads from the Revcom's statement on Iran: "THE WOMEN OF IRAN HAVE STOOD UP!..." Next, Bob Avakian: "Free Yourself from the GTF" and "America: Leader of the Free World?" excerpts from 2017 speech “The Trump Pence Regime Must Go.” Raymond Lotta interviewed by Andy Zee on “Biden's Imperialist Climate Bill,” Part 3. Finally, Sunsara Taylor: Learning about Bill Russell, Reflecting on Bob Avakian's Leadership.
Michael Slate

Sea Change Radio - Mark Coleman on Mindfulness and Nature (re-broadcast)

16 hours 20 minutes ago
The last time you went for a little walk around the neighborhood, did you take a few moments to drink in the natural beauty around you, even in the most unlikely of places, like a timid squirrel, a blossoming tree or a unique cloud formation or did you choose to zone out with a podcast, talk on the phone or text someone? This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio wants you to try your best next time to be more attentive of your surroundings - and, who knows, it might just become a habit. We speak to author and nature meditation teacher, Mark Coleman, about his new book "From Suffering To Peace," and the steps we can take to appreciate our environment in hopes that we can become happier, kinder and better stewards of our planet.
Sea Change Radio

Talking Radical Radio - Bringing sustainability and justice together in a small community

1 day 1 hour ago
Jason Mogus is a long-time climate campaigner, but in this episode, that is not what he speaks about. Rather, he talks about his involvement in Salt Spring Solutions, a community group on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia that is working to tackle the island's housing crisis, in the face of opposition that is largely framed in environmental terms. He also talks about what relevance the struggle on Salt Spring Island has for the broader environmental and climate movements, and about how crucial it is that those movements bring questions of justice into the core of their work.
Scott Neigh

This Way Out - Masculine Privilege & Iran Redux & global LGBTQ news!

1 day 15 hours ago
An Iranian rewind goes back to the present; life viewed from both sides by a trans masculine teen; Cuban voters say "we do" to marriage equality, Italian elections bode ill for queer rights, additional Oslo Pride shooting suspects are arrested while a Polish teen is busted for chalking queer support on a church sidewalk, Virginia’s anti-trans policies prompt a statewide student walkout, Buttigieg’s rebuke of DeSantis’ refugee hoax tops Twitter, and there will be no "Bros" rom-com in the Middle East. All that — and more this week — when you choose "This Way Out": the world's audio oasis for queer news and culture.
Lucia Chappelle

WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service - WINGS #25-22 Durga Puja

1 day 18 hours ago
Durga is a major Hindu Goddess, whose many powers include motherhood, war, and the destruction of all evil. Puja is a term for ceremonial worship. The 10-day Durga Puja celebrated in Kolkata, India, in September/October, has been inscribed by UNESCO in its list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. WINGS' producer in Kolkata, Kalpana Pradhan, interviewed women scholars and a woman priest about the history and changing sociology of Durga Puja - which is now in the hands of organizations, politicians, and women who newly claim the right to officiate and drum.
WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service

The Children's Hour - Solar Energy

1 day 23 hours ago
This week on The Children's Hour we learn about the most inexpensive energy source in the world: solar power. In a show recorded live at the New Mexico Solar Energy Association's Solar Fiesta, the kids talk with solar educator and engineer, Marlene Brown. Featuring interactive live music with Eileen and the In-Betweens, our Kids Crew, and much more. Learn about solar energy with us!
Katie Stone

Global A Go-Go - October 2, 2022: The creator has a master plan

2 days 13 hours ago
The outernational sounds of the late Pharoah Sanders; the amazing music of the République de Guinée (aka Guinée Conakry) on that nation's 65th Independence Day; and a deep dive into two artists who will be performing at this year's Richmond Folk Festival: Mauritania's Noura Mint Seymali and Son Rompe Pera from Mexico
Bill Lupoletti

Radio Ecoshock Show - Monsoon Failure - Marine Heat Waves -Tree Extinction

2 days 17 hours ago
Could years of drought in India strike again, bringing famine and mass migration? New science says "yes". Professors Gayatri Kathaya and Ashish Sinha explain. NCAR scientist Kevin Trenberth reports two marine heat waves right now. Endangered tree expert Malin Rivers with a survey of global trees. Scientists warn almost a third of tree species are in danger of extinction.
Alex Smith

The Pauly Show - The Pauly Has Eyes Show 067

2 days 18 hours ago
Eye Of The Tiger, Eye In The Sky, Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue, Behind Blue Eyes, Eyes Without A Face, Sweet Eyes, Green-Eyed Lady, These Eyes, Doctor My Eyes, I Only Have Eyes For You, My Eyes Adored You, Black Eyes, Brown Eyed Girl, Private Eyes, Sad Eyes, Lyin Eyes, Blue Eyes. ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY oh good god...mercy.!

Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Shon Denay (Neo Soul) HR 2

2 days 18 hours ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K! Tonight we welcome back from the Oglala Sioux Nation, Shon Denay. Singer, songwriter and Neo Soul Performer. She’s been staying busy putting out the singles and has enjoying the success of her last album “On the Rocks.” Tune in and hear her new tunes and find out what's happening new. Visit us on our music page to read all about her at www.indigenousinmusic.com/shon-denay-interview. Enjoy music from Shon Denay, Duwop Rose The Vinylist, Morgan Toney, Emma Stevens, QVLN, Joyslam, Los Buenos Modales, 1915, The Sober Junkie, nehiyawak, Aysanabee, Big Skoon, Indian City, Chantal Kreviazuk, Pura Fe, Bluedog, Socalled, Shauit Prolific the Rapper, A Tribe Called Red, Joy Harjo, Alan Syliboy & The Thundermaders, Anyma, Samantha Crain, Janet Panic, Fiebre Amarilla, Litefoot, O Genius, Santana, Sarazino, Amparo Sanchez, Soda Stereo, Star Nayea and much much more. Visit our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and visit our virtual gallery, currently featuring Tracy Lee Nelson. #GivingIndigenousinMusicandArts
Larry K

Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Shon Denay (Neo Soul) HR 1

2 days 18 hours ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K! Tonight we welcome back from the Oglala Sioux Nation, Shon Denay. Singer, songwriter and Neo Soul Performer. She’s been staying busy putting out the singles and has enjoying the success of her last album “On the Rocks.” Tune in and hear her new tunes and find out what's happening new. Visit us on our music page to read all about her at www.indigenousinmusic.com/shon-denay-interview. Enjoy music from Shon Denay, Duwop Rose The Vinylist, Morgan Toney, Emma Stevens, QVLN, Joyslam, Los Buenos Modales, 1915, The Sober Junkie, nehiyawak, Aysanabee, Big Skoon, Indian City, Chantal Kreviazuk, Pura Fe, Bluedog, Socalled, Shauit Prolific the Rapper, A Tribe Called Red, Joy Harjo, Alan Syliboy & The Thundermaders, Anyma, Samantha Crain, Janet Panic, Fiebre Amarilla, Litefoot, O Genius, Santana, Sarazino, Amparo Sanchez, Soda Stereo, Star Nayea and much much more. Visit our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and visit our virtual gallery, currently featuring Tracy Lee Nelson. #GivingIndigenousinMusicandArts
Larry K

- The Appalachian Sunday Morning with Danny Hensley

3 days 1 hour ago
A weekly Sunday Morning broadcast featuring exceptional all Gospel music selections with your program & station host - Danny Hensley. Join us at www.sbbradio.org 91.7 FM Community Radio & our Quick Listen Link: station.voscast.com/5c2bf0e47fbe8/ Mobile and streaming at live365.com/ under Southern Branch Bluegrass
Danny Hensley
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