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WHFM: Herman's Radio & Record Room #4, Segment 1

1 semaine 6 jours ago
My father Herman Frederick Moe was a radio repairman, country & western cowboy singer, and rustic guitar player. He performed in the late 1930’s on live radio before he enlisted in World War II as a radio-telephone technician. This show is my homage to him. My father was a radio engineer and electrician; yet he loved the other side of radio as well – the listening side – it kept him company during many lonesome nights in the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s & 60's. From my imagination to your ears – it’s WHFM – vintage music & radio shows from mid century America. This is music I believe he would have enjoyed.
Frederick Moe

Donald Drumpf Theatre: Donald Drumpf Theatre Volume 175 O Death, Segment 1

1 semaine 6 jours 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 11 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: Dennis del Castillo & Mercedes Lu – Peruvian Environmental Issues, Segment 1

1 semaine 6 jours ago
In this edition of Radio Curious, we visit Dennis del Castillo and Mercedes Lu, two environmental activists from Peru. I met with them in Lima, Peru on February 5th, 1998. Dennis del Castillo, who holds a Ph.D. from Mississippi State University in soil science and in this interview describes contemporary environmental problems in the Peruvian Amazon Basin. In the second half of this program we visit with Mercedes Lu, a scientific technician, who described some of the problems resulting from copper mining that occurs along the coast of southern Peru. We began our conversation when I asked Dennis del Castillo to describe the potential of the Peruvian Amazon Basin. Dennis del Castillo recommends “The Losing Ground,” by Erik P. Eckholm. Originally Broadcast: April 3, 1998
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #188/George Carlin Grumpy Old Man, Segment 1

2 semaines ago
Sonic Café, hey welcome, glad you could drop by the café. I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 188. This time the Sonic Café remembers a man who was revered as a comedian, but in truth, was more of a scholar, and probably one of the greatest cultural observers of our time. We’re talking about George Carlin. George has been gone now for over a decade, but his observations seem more relevant today than ever before. We’ll feature a series of clips captured from his final, grumpy old man years. A time when no body was safe from his razor sharp wit, especially if your name happened to be Todd. Carlin’s comments about our culture are wrapped in a music mix pulled from 36 years. We’ll hear from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bloodrock, the Talking Heads, Jonny Lang, Off Broadway and many, many more. All straight ahead this time as the Sonic Café presents George Carlin, the grumpy old man, from that little café on the coast in the amazing Pacific Northwest, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

The Michael Slate Show: Coco Das and Sarah Roark of RefuseFascism.org; Duncan Tarr, Resistance in Prisons & ICE Detention; Dr. Phil Rice on the Pandemic, Segment 1

2 semaines ago
Coco Das & Sarah Roark of RefuseFascism.org on Fascism Denialism, a condition even more dangerous than Climate Denialism. Duncan Tarr, writer and organizer, and editor of the website Perilous: a Chronicle of Prisoner Unrest, talks about actions and resistance in prisons and jails in response to the coronavirus pandemic.Dr. Phil Rice, the reality of the pandemic threatening humanity. The interview was featured on The RNL Show on the YouTube Channel, The Revcoms. conducted by Andy Zee, the co-host
Michael Slate

TUC Radio: Chris Hedges and Richard Wolff on the 2020 Election, Part TWO of TWO, Segment 2

2 semaines ago
In this part TWO you will hear the conclusion of Chris Hedges’ talk. Hedges puts out a reminder of how Sanders was betrayed by the Democratic party leadership in 2016 - and now again in 2020 - even though Sanders had become a loyal follower of democratic party politics in the intervening four years. Then we present an excerpt of an extraordinary interview of Professor Richard Wolff - also done by ActTVism Munich. Wolff analyzes why Bernie Sanders endorsed Joe Biden and the recurrent phenomenon of Voting for the Lesser of two Evils. Richard Wolff is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is currently teaching at New School University, New York City. Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, a New York Times best-selling author, a professor at Rutgers University, and an ordained Presbyterian minister. He has written 12 books, including the best-selling “American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War on America” (2008). His latest book is "America: The Farewell Tour" (2018). Chris Hedges and Richard Wolff were interviewed by Zain Raza on acTVism Munich, in Germany. The full interviews can be found on the web and social media sites of acTVism Munich. That’s a non-profit & independent online media portal in both German and English languages. Zain Raza founded acTVism in 2013 and is the senior editor.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Chris Hedges and Richard Wolff on the 2020 Election, Part TWO of TWO, Segment 1

2 semaines ago
In this part TWO you will hear the conclusion of Chris Hedges’ talk. Hedges puts out a reminder of how Sanders was betrayed by the Democratic party leadership in 2016 - and now again in 2020 - even though Sanders had become a loyal follower of democratic party politics in the intervening four years. Then we present an excerpt of an extraordinary interview of Professor Richard Wolff - also done by ActTVism Munich. Wolff analyzes why Bernie Sanders endorsed Joe Biden and the recurrent phenomenon of Voting for the Lesser of two Evils. Richard Wolff is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is currently teaching at New School University, New York City. Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, a New York Times best-selling author, a professor at Rutgers University, and an ordained Presbyterian minister. He has written 12 books, including the best-selling “American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War on America” (2008). His latest book is "America: The Farewell Tour" (2018). Chris Hedges and Richard Wolff were interviewed by Zain Raza on acTVism Munich, in Germany. The full interviews can be found on the web and social media sites of acTVism Munich. That’s a non-profit & independent online media portal in both German and English languages. Zain Raza founded acTVism in 2013 and is the senior editor.
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Frederick Kaufman: Voices Inside Our Heads, Segment 1

2 semaines 1 jour ago
When faced with something overwhelming, terrifying, or incomprehensible, the human mind can get pretty creative. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to author Frederick Kaufman about the common threads running through pandemics, money, and food systems: namely, conspiracy theories. First, we look at the parallels between the COVID-19 pandemic and the yellow fever that swept through this newly formed country in the 1790s, and how it contributed to some wild theories at the time, including the Illuminati. Then, we get a sneak peak at Kaufman’s upcoming book, “The Money Plot,” where he describes how frustration in trying to grasp the complexity of financial systems can also lead to unsubstantiated explanations, sometimes with very bloody outcomes. Lastly, we discuss how the corporate food industry has orchestrated a bit of a panic in order to maximize profits, taking advantage of this global pandemic.
Sea Change Radio

Taylor Report: We must reject themes of "New Cold War", Segment 1

2 semaines 1 jour ago
Phil discusses the growing signs that the USA and its allies, including Canada's Trudeau government, are trying to manufacture a new cold war with China. We live in a time when the Globe and Mail publishes an anti-Chinese article virtually every edition, including lies about China in Africa. China is getting 'pushback' around the world, we are told. Yet China recently held a very productive meeting with a group of Caribbean countries to which it contributed medical aid during the pandemic. That meeting issued a statement condemning criticism of the WHO and the politicization of the pandemic.
Anonymous

This Way Out: TWO: Pride-in-Place + Irish Ayes + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

2 semaines 1 jour ago
Pride goes virtual to overcome COVID-19 lockdowns; Irish marriage equality still smiles on its fifth anniversary; reports reveal European queer rights decay, gay Seoul nightspots are blamed for a COVID-19 comeback, Brazil’s Supreme Court frees gay and bi men to donate blood, charges are dropped and the “Uganda 19” are surprisingly released, and more LGBTQ news from around the world!
Lucia Chappelle

Latin Waves : INTERVIEWS PROFESSOR/INDIGENOUS ELDER MARCELO SAAVEDRA, Segment 1

2 semaines 2 jours ago
The way to health is consciousness of our interdependence. In this interview Latin Waves Host Sylvia Richardson we speak with Aymara elder Marcelo Saavedra a professor of Indigenous Studies in Ottawa about the path to wholeness. The sacred teachings of Quechua Aymara people about the path to coexistence. From quantum physics to sacred practice coexisting well, this interview will awake the sacred in you as we grow powerful in collaboration. Also music, The Salmon Come Home by Dana Lyons
latinwaves@gmail.com

New World Notes: #637 -- Radio Great Jean Shepherd (R), Segment 1

2 semaines 2 jours ago
The first of NWN's four tributes (so far) to the ad-lib art of late-night radio storyteller Jean Shepherd. Includes a condensed version of one of his great monologues, from October 1965. It's a humorous tale of grenade-replica cigarette lighters, the real George Washington, crime in real life vs. on TV, and life among the rednecks in Covington, KY, in the 1950s. Intro by KD.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #637 -- Radio Great Jean Shepherd (R), Segment 1

2 semaines 2 jours ago
The first of NWN's four tributes (so far) to the ad-lib art of late-night radio storyteller Jean Shepherd. Includes a condensed version of one of his great monologues, from October 1965. It's a humorous tale of grenade-replica cigarette lighters, the real George Washington, crime in real life vs. on TV, and life among the rednecks in Covington, KY, in the 1950s. Intro by KD.
Kenneth Dowst