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The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #225/All You Can Eat!, Segment 1

2 weeks 4 days ago
Sonic Café, Fat Bottom Girls ahh yes, that’s Queen featuring legendary front man Freddie Mercury. Soo ahh how you doin’? I’m your host Scott Clark and this is episode 225. This time we are really excited to welcome you to the grand opening of our brand new all you can eat buffet here at the Sonic Café. They tell me its’ got like 150 items, which is like way more than most buffets, so I hope you brought your appetite. To celebrate the Sonic Café has fried up a music mix from 44 years or so. Listen for great jazz from alto sax man David Sanborn, plus music from Forever, the Beatles, Ani DiFranco, Edison Lighthouse, Bruce Springsteen and of course many more. Then to make our grand opening really special the Sonic Café invited a few celebrities to check out our buffet and give you there thoughts. Listen for John Pinette, Jerry Seinfeld, and Jim Gaffigan. All that and of course more, so grab your plate and get you some of our all you can eat buffet, this time from that little café that’s always cookin’ up something new, here’s a great old tune from Bruce Hornsby, we’re Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

The Radio Art Hour: Anna Friz, Segment 1

2 weeks 4 days ago
Welcome to "The Radio Art Hour," a show where art is not just on the radio, but is the radio. "The Radio Art Hour" draws from the Wave Farm Broadcast Radio Art Archive, an online resource that aims to identify, coalesce, and celebrate historical and contemporary international radio artworks made by artists around the world, created specifically for terrestrial AM/FM broadcast, whether it be via commercial, public, community, or independent transmission. Come on a journey with us as radio artists explore broadcast radio space through poetic resuscitations and playful celebrations/subversions of the complex relationship between senders and receivers in this hour of radio about radio as an art form. "The Radio Art Hour" features introductions from Philip Grant and Tom Roe, and from Wave Farm Radio Art Fellows Karen Werner and Jess Speer. The Conet Project's recordings of numbers radio stations serve as interstitial sounds. Go to wavefarm.org for more information about "The Radio Art Hour" and Wave Farm's Radio Art Archive.
Wave Farm/WGXC 90.7-FM

Turn On The News: Turn On Turn Off, Segment 1

2 weeks 4 days ago
"Turn On The News" is the weekly newscast from the fictional Radio Network, with parody radio coverage of the radio and its headlines. Now with computerized news readers, and fewer meddling reporters, plus aggregated reporting, and automated music. Tune in "Turn On The News" each week for the latest news, radio art, and more from our robot reporters, making sure you hear both sides -- good and evil -- every time you "Turn On The News."
Wave Farm/WGXC 90.7-FM

Cool Solutions: This Is My Home, Segment 1

2 weeks 4 days ago
Diane Wilson, a fisherwoman from Seadrift Texas, has spent years trying to protect Lavaca Bay from petrochemical pollution. She won the largest ever penalty in a citizen clean water lawsuit using three years of painstakingly collected plastic pellets as evidence. Sharon Lavigne is fighting for the survival of her small black community in St James Parish, Louisiana, which Formosa has targeted for a massive new plastics plant. The Army Corps of Engineers, under threat of a lawsuit, suspended Formosa's permit while they consider siting the plant in previously rejected white communities. Whether St James will receive more pollution or a measure of environmental justice currently rests in President Biden's hands. Formosa is a Taiwanese plastic company with several US plants and a long history of disregard for the safety of workers and the environment.
Wendy Ring

Cool Solutions: This Is My Home, Segment 1

2 weeks 4 days ago
Diane Wilson, a retired shrimper from Seadrift, Texas, has spent years trying to protect her bay from petrochemical pollution. She won the largest ever penalty in a citizen clean water lawsuit using three years of painstakingly collected plastic pellets as evidence. Sharon Lavigne is fighting for the survival of her small black community in St James, Louisiana, which Formosa has targeted for a massive new plastics plant. The Army Corps of Engineers, under threat of a lawsuit, has suspended Formosa's permit while they consider siting the plant in previously rejected white communities. Whether St James will receive more pollution or a measure of environmental justice currently rests in President Biden's hands. Formosa is a Taiwanese plastic company with several US plants and a history of flouting environmental regulations. Diane and Sharon both share a deep multigenerational connection to their home place, and the willingness to do what is necessary to protect it; in the courtroom, on the water, and in the streets.
Wendy Ring

Radio Curious: "Annie Barnes – Racism in America", Segment 1

2 weeks 4 days ago
Everyday Racism: A Book For All Americans Racism has too long been a part of the American experience. The Civil War and the Constitutional amendments that followed, the Supreme Court decisions ordering the desegregation of schools, and the Civil Rights movements did not end racism in America. Annie S. Barnes, holds a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from the University of Virginia and is a retired Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Norfolk State University in Virginia. She is the author of “Everyday Racism, A Book for All Americans,” a book based on the racist experiences suffered by 146 black college students. Professor Barnes describes effects of racism on black people and what black people and white people can do to combat it. Annie Barnes recommends “Driving While Black,” by Kenneth Meeks. Originally Broadcast: February 27, 2001
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

Indy Radio Garden: Indy Radio Garden 3, Segment 1

2 weeks 4 days ago
Guest: Eric Goldwyn, a researcher at New York University. Speaking about the importance of developing public transportation in cities helps communities fight pollution and noise and help create social and community coexistence spaces. And, Guests: Moneek Pine, George Drakopoulos, and Dr. Kennard L Herring business owners in Germantown. Narrating how their businesses have survived in the pandemic.
Prometheus Radio Project, CIMA

The Shortwave Music Library : 07, Segment 1

2 weeks 5 days ago
Welcome to the shortwave music library - I really dislike announcing so 98% of this show is going to be … music! I am taking requests on our Shortwave Music Library Facebook page or by email: freeradioskybird@icloud.com or on Twitter @ShortwaveMusic
Frederick Moe

The Michael Slate Show: Bob Avakian: A New Year, The Urgent Need For A Radically New World—For The Emancipation Of All Humanity – commentary By Andy Zee and Annie Day. Plus, “Nasrin,” & Paul Street, #ConvictandDisqualify, Segment 1

2 weeks 5 days ago
Andy Zee and Annie Day on The New Year's Statement from Bob Avakian, Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, “A New Year, The Urgent Need For A Radically New World—For The Emancipation Of All Humanity.” An interview with Jeff Kaufman and Marcia Ross, filmmakers of the movie Nasrin, on the Iranian lawyer and human rights activist. And a statement from Paul Street about the trial of Trump in the US Senate, and the importance of convicting Trump.
Michael Slate

Sea Change Radio: Bill Plotkin: The Journey of Soul Initiation, Segment 1

2 weeks 5 days ago
Webster defines adolescence as "the state or process of growing up." As a species, we may be smack dab in the middle of our collective adolescence. This week on Sea Change Radio, we take a breath to learn a bit about ourselves from Bill Plotkin, an author, psychologist and spiritual ecologist. We dive into Plotkin's teachings, outlined in his new book, "The Journey of Soul Initiation," about moving from adolescence into adulthood (both metaphorically and figuratively), and how we can all evolve as individuals to become better stewards of the planet.
Sea Change Radio

This Week In Palestine: Aida Touma-Sliman, prominent Palestinian member of the Knesset, Segment 1

2 weeks 5 days ago
As we know, 20% the citizens of the state of Israel are Palestinians. As citizens, one of the few rights Palestinians have in this apartheid state is political representation in the Knesset, the Israeli Parliament. Palestinian members of the Knesset are a distinct minority, and are often criticized by other Palestinians of collaborating with the Israeli system that so severely discriminates against them. This morning we feature one those Palestinian members of the Knesset in an interview with the Palestinian journalist, Salim Barameh in his Podcast he calls Dardashe, where she speaks to the role she plays as a Palestinian citizen in the Israeli Knesset. Aida Touma-Sliman, is a prominent Palestinian feminist activist, founder of the Women Against Violence Association and former newspaper editor. Touma-Sliman is not only the first and only woman in Israel to head a daily newspaper, but also the first woman elected to the High Follow-Up Committee for Arab Citizens of Israel. She also, as a Palestinian citizen of Israel, is an elected member of the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset. Born and raised in Nazareth, she now resides in Akka. We begin with a question from Salim Barameh to Aida concerning her years spent in Nazareth.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

TUC Radio: The Public Banking Revolution Ellen Brown, Paul Jay and Richard Wolff, Segment 2

2 weeks 5 days ago
Project Censored named The Public Banking Revolution one of the top 25 most censored stories of 2020. The independent media pointed out that a public banking system on a national scale could finance the Green New Deal, as Roosevelt’s Reconstruction Finance Corporation did. A state or city based Public Bank can keep money local and fund projects like affordable housing and infrastructure without concern for maximizing profits or shareholder returns. A living example for such a bank already exists for 100 years in the Bank of North Dakota. Economist Richard Wolff appreciated Gov. Gavin Newsom's approval of a bill allowing local governments in California to establish public banks. Wolff said if people only knew how public banking works they would campaign to get them established. Professor Richard Wolff is the founder of Democracy at Work and host of their nationally syndicated show Economic Update. Longtime critic of the private for profit banking system, Ellen Brown, campaigns to return control of money and credit to states, cities, and communities. Paul Jay, invited her for an interview in June 2020. He is the former CEO of The Real News Network, now founder and publisher of theAnalysis.news. The full 30 minute interview of Ellen Brown by Paul Jay and a transcript are published on theAnalysis.news
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: The Public Banking Revolution Ellen Brown, Paul Jay and Richard Wolff, Segment 1

2 weeks 5 days ago
Project Censored named The Public Banking Revolution one of the top 25 most censored stories of 2020. The independent media pointed out that a public banking system on a national scale could finance the Green New Deal, as Roosevelt’s Reconstruction Finance Corporation did. A state or city based Public Bank can keep money local and fund projects like affordable housing and infrastructure without concern for maximizing profits or shareholder returns. A living example for such a bank already exists for 100 years in the Bank of North Dakota. Economist Richard Wolff appreciated Gov. Gavin Newsom's approval of a bill allowing local governments in California to establish public banks. Wolff said if people only knew how public banking works they would campaign to get them established. Professor Richard Wolff is the founder of Democracy at Work and host of their nationally syndicated show Economic Update. Longtime critic of the private for profit banking system, Ellen Brown, campaigns to return control of money and credit to states, cities, and communities. Paul Jay, invited her for an interview in June 2020. He is the former CEO of The Real News Network, now founder and publisher of theAnalysis.news. The full 30 minute interview of Ellen Brown by Paul Jay and a transcript are published on theAnalysis.news
Maria Gilardin
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