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Donald Drumpf Theatre: Donald Drumpf Theatre Volume 202 Turkey Days, Segment 1

1 day 18 hours 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 two months of episodes. Anyone who would like to work on a production, or have their work air in this time slot, should contact info@wgxc.org.
Wave Farm/WGXC 90.7-FM

Radio Curious: Jonathan Weiner – "Genetic Control", Segment 1

2 days 6 hours ago
How much of our personalities are truly within our control? What is currently known about how the genes we inherit affect our behavior? The science that studies these questions is now called molecular biology. Looking at life from the genes up, molecular biology has given us insight into the hard links between genes and behavior. Seymour Benzer, a pioneer scientist who studied the genetics of fruit flies, is the hero of a book called "Time, Love, Memory: A Great Biologist and His Quest for the Origins of Behavior," by Jonathan Weiner. Weiner, who won the Pulitzer prize in 1995 for his work on the finches of the Galapagos Islands, provides a current analysis of Benzer's genetic studies and raises questions about molecular biology the 21st century. Jonathan Weiner recommends “The Missing Moment,” by Robert Pollack. Originally Broadcast: May 26, 1999
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #214/Stand Off at Trader Joe's, Segment 1

2 days 9 hours ago
Sonic Café that’s ZZ Top with I thank you… and I do thank you for stopping by our little cafe. I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 214. This time the Sonic Café stops by the grocery store to pick-up a few things, cause you know we all gotta eat, and walks right into the middle of a standoff in the check out line at Trader Joe’s. Comedian Gary Gulman has the blow-by- blow details. Then later comedian Sebastian Maniscalco stops by to Talk about declining customer service at his grocery store. And if all of this food talk makes you hungry, don’t worry, because we’ve lined up a tasty music mix that will take your mind off the hunger pains. Pulled from 44 years, listen for Matchbox Twenty, Dukes of the Stratosphere, Brian Eno, Joe Jackson, King Crimson, Fast Eddie Clark, the Supreme Beings of Leisure and many more. Oh and before I forget, a supermarket sized welcome to our newest sponsor. Listen for a word from The Sustenance Warehouse. The Sustenance Warehouse, shop from us or starve. All that and some other neat stuff too as the Sonic Café goes grocery shopping, this time from our little café on the big blue Pacific coast, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Sea Change Radio: Richard Delaney: Heading Down The Cape, Segment 1

2 days 20 hours ago
As the author of “Jaws,” Peter Benchley, put it, “You could start now, and spend another forty years learning about the sea without running out of new things to know.” This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio would surely concur. Richard Delaney, the President and CEO of the Center for Coastal Studies, has spent the past forty some-odd years on Cape Cod, striving to understand the fathomless and majestic depths of the ocean. In our discussion, we look at the impact that pollution and climate change are having on the Cape’s fragile ecosystem, how shark, whale and seal populations have been affected, and what these changes mean for the area’s seafood industry. We also note that Delaney’s organization is currently hosting a free online film festival, coincidentally dubbed Sea Change Film Shorts 2020.
Sea Change Radio

The Michael Slate Show: Thanksgiving Special: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America, a Conversation with Andres Resendez, Author of The Other Slavery   , Segment 1

2 days 22 hours ago
An hour-long conversation with Andres Resendez, history professor at UC Davis, and author of, “The Other Slavery, The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America,” It tells the little-known story of the enslavement of countless native people in the Americas, including the US. This slavery lasted into the 20th Century and helped provide the foundation for capitalism in the US.
Michael Slate

TUC Radio: Joanna Macy: A Wiser, Braver World, Segment 2

3 days 1 hour ago
On the Summer Solstice of 2020 Joanna Macy, from her home in Berkeley, spoke at the Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Buddhist monastery had called for Awakened Action and invited Women Leaders to Speak to Race, Poverty, Climate, and the Covid Pandemic. Joanna Macy is an eco-philosopher and a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology. Now in her very early nineties she has for decades helped transform despair and apathy into constructive change. As teacher, writer of eight books and antinuclear activist she has created frameworks for personal and social change. Joanna Macy is probably best know as the founder and root teacher of the Work That Reconnects. Thanks to Roshi Joan Halifax and the Upaya Zen Center and to Joanna Macy for their permission to broadcast this thought provoking and inspiring talk. https://www.joannamacy.net/ and https://www.upaya.org/
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Joanna Macy: A Wiser, Braver World, Segment 1

3 days 1 hour ago
On the Summer Solstice of 2020 Joanna Macy, from her home in Berkeley, spoke at the Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Buddhist monastery had called for Awakened Action and invited Women Leaders to Speak to Race, Poverty, Climate, and the Covid Pandemic. Joanna Macy is an eco-philosopher and a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology. Now in her very early nineties she has for decades helped transform despair and apathy into constructive change. As teacher, writer of eight books and antinuclear activist she has created frameworks for personal and social change. Joanna Macy is probably best know as the founder and root teacher of the Work That Reconnects. Thanks to Roshi Joan Halifax and the Upaya Zen Center and to Joanna Macy for their permission to broadcast this thought provoking and inspiring talk. https://www.joannamacy.net/ and https://www.upaya.org/
Maria Gilardin

Taylor Report: Meng's rights were violated, Segment 2

3 days 2 hours ago
Phil asks John Philpot about the arrest of Meng Wanzhou. John explains that the extradition process is pretty straightforward, but what happened to Meng is not. What's disturbing in the procedure in her arrest is that the CBSA and RCMP conspired to deny her rights and illegally searched her electronic devices (which they turned over to the FBI in the USA), and pressured her to reveal her passwords. Also disturbing was the fact that the extradition was politically-motivated by US President Trump, who admitted he was using Meng as a "bargaining chip" in his trade deal with China. Moreover, the US counsel also deliberately withheld evidence, specifically 2 slides of Meng's PowerPoint presentation to HSBC Bank. Another issue was that HSBC may have tried to curry favour with the United States in entrapping Meng because the HSBC was in trouble with the United States government over money laundering, for which it paid an enormous fine to the United States, although no HSBC executives went to jail. Extraterritoriality is a further issue. The crime for which Meng is charged - breaking U.S. sanctions on Iran - is not a crime in Canada. In a further segment, Phil Taylor also comments on the improper collusion with American authorities. -------------------- Register for the "Zoom to Free Meng Wanzhou" Panel here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/free-meng-wanzhou
Anonymous

Taylor Report: Meng's rights were violated, Segment 1

3 days 2 hours ago
Phil asks John Philpot about the arrest of Meng Wanzhou. John explains that the extradition process is pretty straightforward, but what happened to Meng is not. What's disturbing in the procedure in her arrest is that the CBSA and RCMP conspired to deny her rights and illegally searched her electronic devices (which they turned over to the FBI in the USA), and pressured her to reveal her passwords. Also disturbing was the fact that the extradition was politically-motivated by US President Trump, who admitted he was using Meng as a "bargaining chip" in his trade deal with China. Moreover, the US counsel also deliberately withheld evidence, specifically 2 slides of Meng's PowerPoint presentation to HSBC Bank. Another issue was that HSBC may have tried to curry favour with the United States in entrapping Meng because the HSBC was in trouble with the United States government over money laundering, for which it paid an enormous fine to the United States, although no HSBC executives went to jail. Extraterritoriality is a further issue. The crime for which Meng is charged - breaking U.S. sanctions on Iran - is not a crime in Canada. In a further segment, Phil Taylor also comments on the improper collusion with American authorities. -------------------- Register for the "Zoom to Free Meng Wanzhou" Panel here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/free-meng-wanzhou
Anonymous

Latin Waves : Christmas show, Sister kelleher reminds us about service, Segment 1

3 days 20 hours ago
This interview aired in 2011 and is still relevant today, Sister Kelleher passed on Aug 16 2013 and her life continues to be an inspiration to all***Gives us all something to think about at this time of year** We speak to Sister Elizabeth Kelleher, an 85 year old nun with the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement, we talk about her efforts to stop more gentrification in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside the poorest postal code in Canada. Sister Elizabeth is a pillar in the Downtown Eastside where she tirelessly gives of her time and continues to be a source of inspiration for many, many people. She operates a soup kitchen that feeds between 300 and 500 of the city’s most poverty stricken each day. It is estimated that there are over 10,000 homeless people in BC , of which 32 percent are aboriginal, and amongst women, 50 percent. A homeless person dies every 12 days in B.C. Conservative Estimates put the national homeless numbers at close to 300,000. The annual cost of homelessness in Canada in 2007 was approximately $4.5 to $6 billion in emergency services, community organizations, and non-profits. The cost both financially and morally of doing nothing is tremendous.
latinwaves@gmail.com

UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly): UpFront Soul #2020.47-November 23-29, 2020 - Native American Heritage Month Special r 2, Segment 1

3 days 21 hours ago
November is Native American Heritage Month! We'll celebrate with two hours of Indigenous funk, soul, jazz, and hip-hop! We'll hear from Khu.eex, John Trudell, Geo Neptune, Redbone, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Nataanii Means, Russell Means, Martha Redbone, Jim Pepper, Kinnie Starr, Silla+Rise, and more!
Sanguine Fromage, WERU-FM

UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly): UpFront Soul #2020.47-November 23-29, 2020 - Native American Heritage Month Special hr 1, Segment 1

3 days 21 hours ago
November is Native American Heritage Month! We'll celebrate with two hours of Indigenous funk, soul, jazz, and hip-hop! We'll hear from Khu.eex, John Trudell, Geo Neptune, Redbone, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Nataanii Means, Russell Means, Martha Redbone, Jim Pepper, Kinnie Starr, Silla+Rise, and more!
Sanguine Fromage, WERU-FM
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