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This Week In Palestine: Could annexation help achieve one democratic state? Josh Ruebner ..., Segment 1

2 weeks 6 days ago
Josh Ruebner, who currently teaches at Georgetown University, for many years worked in the trenches of Washington, DC lobbying Congress on behalf of the Palestinian People for The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, a national coalition of hundreds of groups working to advocate for Palestinian rights and a shift in US policy. Given this Congress, can you imagine a more difficult mission? He is also author of Shattered Hopes: Obama's Failure to Broker Israeli-Palestinian Peace (Verso, 2013) and Israel: Democracy or Apartheid State? (Olive Branch Press, 2018). This week we hear Ruebner in conversation with Michael Spath of the Indiana Center for Peace in the Middle East.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 489, Segment 1

3 weeks ago
Radio Thrift Shop is DJ Frederick's "anchor" program, having evolved from his Seldom Heard Radio show in 2011. Radio Thrift Shop has a flexible format & an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasts of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up listening to. RTS features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised or thematic playlist from DJ Frederick's music library
Frederick Moe

Make Believe Ballroom: Make Believe Ballroom, Segment 1

3 weeks ago
The Make Believe Ballroom is an upbeat one hour program hosted by Jeff Bressler that features the music of the 1930s, 1940s and also occasionally delves into the early 1950s. The program is carrying the torch for past hosts Martin Block, Al Jarvis, William B Williams and Steve Allen. The show covers an important time in the history of American music and the development of jazz, swing, big bands and bop. Each program features the playing of songs, with notes on the history of the piece. The program also has a taped vintage interview with a significant musician, composer, arrangers or producer from the era.
Anonymous

New World Notes: #647 -- Tales of the Green Path, Part 2, Segment 1

3 weeks ago
A fine audio collage--the latest released (March 2018) by Virtual Renderings. Not previously broadcast on New World Notes. Condensed a bit by KD. It's an intriguing mix of parts of lectures and interviews, music, dramatic readings, and whatnot on this theme: With much of Western Civilization and corporatocracy proving unsustainable and inhumane, we need to re-develop our understanding and appreciation of natural ecology, particularly the plant world. (Continued under "Credits")
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #647 -- Tales of the Green Path, Part 2, Segment 1

3 weeks ago
A fine audio collage--the latest released (March 2018) by Virtual Renderings. Not previously broadcast on New World Notes. Condensed a bit by KD. It's an intriguing mix of parts of lectures and interviews, music, dramatic readings, and whatnot on this theme: With much of Western Civilization and corporatocracy proving unsustainable and inhumane, we need to re-develop our understanding and appreciation of natural ecology, particularly the plant world. (Continued under "Credits")
Kenneth Dowst

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #197/Just What You Need, Segment 1

3 weeks 1 day ago
Sonic Café, that’s Mike and the Mechanics from 1985, so ahh welcome, thanks for dropping by our little café on the coast. I’m your host Scott Clark and this is episode 197. This time the Sonic Café gives you just what you need with a music mix gathered from four decades. Listen for Rare Earth from 1971, the Cutting Crew, Phish, Better Than Ezra, Paula Cole and many more. We’ll also bring you Black Fire, an Andrew Hill avant-garde jazz classic from 1963. Then later listen for the very first in an occasional new feature here, as the Sonic Café presents the tale of Red Riding Hood in our first Fractured Fairytale. All that and of course more straight ahead as we give you just what you need, exactly when you need it here at that little café on the Pacific coast, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

The Taxcast: Racism and tax justice, Part 2, Segment 1

3 weeks 1 day ago
In this episode of the Tax Justice Network’s monthly podcast, the Taxcast we bring you part 2 on how tax justice can help address systemic racism in the US: Author Shawn Rochester, (The Black Tax: the cost of being Black in America) does some number crunching on the historic denial of equality and economic costs of exclusion speaking at Hofstra University Gabriel Zucman speaks on reforming the private tax of healthcare Cortney Sanders of the Center of Budget and Policy Priorities speaks about the impact of covid19 on communities of colour Brandon J. McKoy of New Jersey Policy Perspective speaks on the myth of millionaire tax flight Plus: how much wealth is stashed offshore?!! We speak to Tax Justice Network Senior Advisor and economist Jim Henry and John Christensen on why our estimate of $21 to 32 trillion has been vindicated by new figures released by the OECD: “it means we’ve discovered an eighth continent of wealth”
Tax Justice Network

Donald Drumpf Theatre: Volume 184 Getting Worse Before It Gets Better, Segment 1

3 weeks 1 day ago
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 airing on 30 or 40 stations around the world, the network has ordered another five months of episodes. Anyone who would like to work on a production, or have their work air in this timeslot, should contact info@wgxc.org.
Wave Farm/WGXC 90.7-FM

Radio Curious: Winifred Gallagher – In Good Times and in Bad, Segment 1

3 weeks 1 day ago
Working on God Why are we the way we are? How should life be lived? When should we start living it that way and why? “Working on God” is a new book by Winifred Gallagher, a science writer who lives in New York City. When her early learning about Christianity was shaken by her college education, she asked, what if religion could be something else? After writing books on how heredity and experience create the individual, and how our surroundings shape our thoughts and emotions, she has chosen to work on God. Winnifred Gallagher recommends “Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time,” by Marcus Borg. Originally Broadcast: March 30, 1999
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel