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This Week In Palestine: Cornel West delivers the 2015 annual Edward Said lecture, Segment 1

4 días ago
Today we feature Harvard Professor Cornel West, giving the annual Edward Said memorial lecture sponsored by the Palestine Center in Washington DC. Edward Said, the outstanding Palestinian intellectual, author, and classical musician, taught at Columbia University for many years before his death in 2003. Cornel West and Edward Said were friends and colleagues for several years.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #161/Takes A Bite Outta Crime!, Segment 1

4 días 5 horas ago
Crime of the Century that’s the music of Supertramp here on the Sonic Café, hey, welcome, so glad you could stop by the program. I’m your host Scott Clark and this is episode 161. This time the Sonic Café takes a bite out of crime with a music mix pulled from over 30 years. We’ll fight crime with a couple of tunes from Against Me, plus white boy electric guitar blues from Kenny Wayne Sheperd, great jazz from sax man Joshua Redman, with Tom Waits, Joni Mitchell and of course many more. Then later, comedian Drew Barth tells us about losing his car in a bit we call stolen in Seattle. Oh and a big Sonic Café welcome to our latest sponsor. Listen for a few words from new season of that forensic cop show the Science of Crime. The Science, it’s forensically boring. All that plus Hawaii Five-O’s Jim McGarrett, Dragnets, Dan Akroyd, and McGruff the crime dog as the Sonic Café takes a bite out of crime, right here at that little café on the coast that brings you a weekly mix of intelligent, eclectic, headphone friendly radio that’s fun. We’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Radio Curious: Marc Lappe – Roadside Spraying, For Better or Worse, Segment 1

4 días 7 horas ago
Spraying of herbicides to kill weeds and/or plants that are considered by some to be pests is a phenomenon of the 20th century. These sprays, in many cases, pollute the water we use in our homes; they destroy and sometimes permanently alter not only the growth cycle of what we are intending to kill, but also other plants, animals, and sometimes people. Dr. Marc Lappe was a widely recognized Ph.D. toxicologist who has studied the effects of the use of the sprays. He was the founder and a director of The justify for Ethics and Toxics, located in Gualala, California. He was also the former director of the California State Hazard Evaluation System. He’s been a fellow at the Hastings justify for the Study of Bioethics in New York, published 112 articles and eleven books on the subject of toxicology. Dr. Marc Lappe died in May, 2005. www.cetos.org Marc Lappe recommends “Break Out, ” by Dr. Marc Lappe. Originally Broadcast: February 5, 1997
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

Donald Drumpf Theatre: Donald Drumpf Theatre Vol. 148 Waterloo, Segment 1

4 días 18 horas 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 10 episodes, but there are threats of impending cancellation. 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

TUC Radio: Katie Singer: The Internet's Footprint Part TWO of TWO, Segment 2

5 días 19 horas ago
Current efforts by the industry to roll out 5G cellular networks across the US heightened the interest in TUC radio programs. Especially what medical Doctor Devra Davis reported regarding tests commissioned by the Chicago Tribune in August 2019. Results showed that radio-frequency radiation exposure from the most popular smartphones measured higher than the legal safety limit. The way most users carry smartphones on their bodies and hold them close to their skull when they talk sends more radio-frequency radiation into their bodies than they know. What this may mean for our children is addressed by Katie Singer at the beginning of this talk. She also lists the most energy demanding parts of the internet and how much embodied energy exists in all aspects of production and distribution. Katie Singer is the author of An Electronic Silent Spring, Facing the Dangers and Creating Safe Limits;  and the forthcoming Our Web of Inconvenient Truths: The Internet, Energy Use, Toxic Waste and Climate Change - How on Earth Do We Shrink the Internet’s Footprint? She was interviewed at the Jan 25 to Feb. 3, 2019, conference of the the HIPPOCRATES HEALTH INSTITUTE by Ben Zeitlin. In 2015 Katie Singer gave a talk at the Colorado Chautauqua in Boulder. She opened with a memorable account on how human beings, like all living beings including plants function by electro chemical signals. Even at rest all cells have measurable voltage. Ever since the beginning of the electric power grid about 140 years ago, we have nearly saturated our environment with electrical and magnetic frequency fields and amplitudes that do not exist in nature. With 5G the industry is planning to exponentially increase the exposure. Are we overpowering our innate life giving electro chemical signals that keep our heart pumping and our brains functioning with these new frequency fields? This program closes with a brief excerpt of Katie Singer talk in Boulder in April, 2015.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Katie Singer: The Internet's Footprint Part TWO of TWO, Segment 1

5 días 19 horas ago
Current efforts by the industry to roll out 5G cellular networks across the US heightened the interest in TUC radio programs. Especially what medical Doctor Devra Davis reported regarding tests commissioned by the Chicago Tribune in August 2019. Results showed that radio-frequency radiation exposure from the most popular smartphones measured higher than the legal safety limit. The way most users carry smartphones on their bodies and hold them close to their skull when they talk sends more radio-frequency radiation into their bodies than they know. What this may mean for our children is addressed by Katie Singer at the beginning of this talk. She also lists the most energy demanding parts of the internet and how much embodied energy exists in all aspects of production and distribution. Katie Singer is the author of An Electronic Silent Spring, Facing the Dangers and Creating Safe Limits;  and the forthcoming Our Web of Inconvenient Truths: The Internet, Energy Use, Toxic Waste and Climate Change - How on Earth Do We Shrink the Internet’s Footprint? She was interviewed at the Jan 25 to Feb. 3, 2019, conference of the the HIPPOCRATES HEALTH INSTITUTE by Ben Zeitlin. In 2015 Katie Singer gave a talk at the Colorado Chautauqua in Boulder. She opened with a memorable account on how human beings, like all living beings including plants function by electro chemical signals. Even at rest all cells have measurable voltage. Ever since the beginning of the electric power grid about 140 years ago, we have nearly saturated our environment with electrical and magnetic frequency fields and amplitudes that do not exist in nature. With 5G the industry is planning to exponentially increase the exposure. Are we overpowering our innate life giving electro chemical signals that keep our heart pumping and our brains functioning with these new frequency fields? This program closes with a brief excerpt of Katie Singer talk in Boulder in April, 2015.
Maria Gilardin

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 459, Segment 1

6 días ago
Radio Thrift Shop features a flexible format & is an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasting of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up with. 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 playlist from DJ Frederick's music library
Frederick Moe

Sea Change Radio: Sammy Roth: Salton Sea Lithium, Segment 1

6 días ago
If you follow tech news, it’s pretty hard to miss stories reminding us of the tremendous potential that lithium-ion batteries have in store for the world – longer times to gaze into our dazzling new smartphones and longer distances to travel in our cutting-edge electric cars without a charge. And yet, most of us probably don’t think too much about the environmental cost of mining all of this lithium. In Australia and South America where 80-90 percent of the world’s raw lithium comes from, the extraction process is dirty and energy intensive. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Sammy Roth of the Los Angeles Times about the promise of extracting lithium in a much cleaner way right here in the US. We learn about plans to extract lithium from the Salton Sea geothermal fields in the Southern California desert, how this process will be viewed by environmentalists and what it could mean for the lithium industry.
Sea Change Radio