Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Garrett T. Willie in our Spotlight Interview (Rock) Hr 1
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Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K. On This show we welcome from Kingcome Inlet, British Columbia, Garrett T. Willie. Singer, Songwriter, he has just released his debut album entitled “Same Pain,” new Indigenous rock, from north of the border. He is featured in our current issue of the Say Magazine, read all about him at www.indigenousinmusicandarts.org/past-sho…t-willie Garrett T. Willie, Technicolor Fabrics, Murray Porter, Tito & Tarantula, Crystal Shawanda, Soda Stereo, Hataalii, QVLN, Adrian Sutherland, One Way Sky, Jota Quest, Morgen Toney, Arvel Bird, Annie Humphrey, Rhonda Head, Carsen Gray, Marx Cassity, Burnstick, B Side Players, Los Moonlights, Link Wray, The Deeds, Graeme Jonez, Romeo Void and much much more. Visit us on our home page to learn about us and our programs at www.indigenousinmusicandarts.org, check into our Two Buffalo Studios and our SAY Magazine Library to find out all about our Artists and Entrepreneurs.
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Phil T. talks with Riley Moorman about Toronto's Gaza demonstrations and the ignorant reaction of Chow, Jagmeet, & Trudeau: they got their facts wrong & tried to pit communities against each other. Taylor's commentary: China said the magic words, Palestinians have the right to fight for self-determination.
State Of The City reports - 'Do I respect the Prime Minister? I despise the Prime Minister', George Galloway storms back into UK politics
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Bristol Broadband Co-operative
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This week’s archive radio show first indulges in some childhood memories, and then we engage in some brainy conjectures concerning recent research into brains, amongst other things. (You will need your brain to listen to the Thunderbolt, so take care of it.)
Dancing Angel Media
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Sonic café, from Iceland, that’s Mugison from their 2008 Mugiboogie release there to get us swinging into another episode. I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 378. This time Sonic Café brings you Horror Stories From the Gym. We’ve all had ‘em, making resolutions, staying motivated, starting only to stop again, stuff like that. Well comedian Bryan Kellen has had a lot more of those stories than most of us, and he’s here to share his fitness journey with us. All that is wrapped into a music mix pulled from the last 55 years. Listen for the Wombats, 2020 music from Sir Paul McCartney The Black Keys, Todd Rundgren off his great White Knight album, Radiohead from 1997, Bubble Puppy from 1968, Phil Collins and Genesis and many more. We’ll even break out the mirror ball after the bottom of the to bring classic disco, we’ll spin KC & the Sunshine Band. Listen for Get Down Tonight. All that and more straight ahead as the Sonic Café gets fit and learns how to swing, from 2023 here’s Greta Van Fleet, this is Meeting the Master, and we’re the Sonic Café.
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This program was originally broadcast May 7, 2007. The consequences of growing genetically modified alfalfa were deteremined by the United States District Court in San Francisco, California to be so uncertain and so potentially dangerous that they were outlawed nation-wide in litigation brought by the Center for Food Safety based in San Francisco. In this edition of Radio Curious we visit with Attorney Kevin Zelig Golden, who, along with others from the Center for Food Safety, litigated this landmark case which banned the planting of genetically modified alfalfa as of May 3, 2007. The book that Kevin Z. Golden recommends is “Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals,” by Michael Pollan.
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel
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A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK Japan, France 24, Radio Deutsche-Welle, and Radio Havana Cuba.
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The Good, The Plaid and The Ugly. Edgy Celtic from Kilmaine Saints, Celtic Thunder and The Mahones, Celtic finery from tunesmiths like Flook and Jocelyn Pettit. Even some Nashville Celtic from Steve Dawson and The Sternwheelers. Get your Celt on with Celt In A Twist!
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Our world. It's weird and wonderful. We share a bit of both for your ears each week. French Moroccan phenom, Bab L'Bluz will be dropping their 2nd album shortly. We tease you with a debut. You'll meet Go.Soul.Map. (that's Sicilian producer Salvo 'Dub' Bruno). New music from Quebec City's Boogat, Naked Family and the venomous poetry of Johnny Lydon as a lounge chillout from Nouvelle Vague (that's pretty weird). Keeping time with the beat of the world, it's World Beat Canada!
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Eric Kirk and David Frank discuss the politics of the day.
Global Research News Hour - Rooting the Periphery, not the Core, of White Supremacist Domination in the Caribbean. Is Black Self-Rule a Delusion?
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This week on the Global Research News Hour, on the occasion of just concluded Black History month we are shining a spotlight on the prevailing mechanisms by which colonial powers continue to exert their influence on the racialized countries they previously controlled and efforts to reverse this trend. In our first half hour, we will be speaking to Jamaica based researcher Tina Renier about the Coloniality of Power and the dilemmas facing Black Nationalism In our second half hour, we are joined by Jafrikayiti about the 20th anniversary of Jean-Bertrand Aristide this week, and how the tactic of invading a black nation in the name of protecting it will be attempted again in a few weeks.
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While Parliament argues hysterically over "foreign interference" in Canada, the reality is that Canada has a long and bloody record of interfering in the internal affairs of other countries around the world. These countries include Venezuela, Bolivia, Peru, etc. Engler's new book gives an account of 20 coups in which ('democratic-values') Canada played a criminal role.
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Golden Oldies (60s, 70s, 80s, 90s)
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The Repository is an oubliette of musique concrete, nocturnal emanations and audio oddities. An hour of strange music, spoken word musical mash ups of questionable taste. All material is royalty-free, public domain or Creative Commons. This show makes perfect late-night faire. Please let us know if you are broadcasting this show. Our host, Jack Bailey will give your radio station a shout out! Email us at email@example.com.
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In this conversation, the hosts explore the history and purpose of calendar reform, the differences between the Julian and Gregorian calendars, and the challenges of implementing a new calendar system. They also touch on the drawbacks of daylight savings time and share interesting facts about snakes, including the discovery of two distinct species of green anacondas and a python with emoji-like patterns on its back. The conversation covers various topics including mosquitoes, fusion reactors, AI, Neanderthals, and timeshare scams. The hosts discuss the potential of AI in controlling fusion reactors and the ethical concerns surrounding its use. They also explore the ingenuity of Neanderthals in using glue and their burial practices. The conversation concludes with a fact-checking game where the hosts discuss news events that have been fact-checked. The episode concludes with stories about the reintroduction of black rhinos in Kenya, and a breakthrough treatment for tumors in dogs.
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Julian Assange Fights Last Battle to Stop UK Extradition to US; Worldwide Protests Demand Insurance Companies Stop Fueling the Climate Crisis; New Information Emerges in the Assassination of Malcolm X Implicating the FBI.
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It's a weird psychedelic trip this weekend as we look at an electronic record for children, tour some cities musically 50s style, and a hip hypnotist goes our of her head.
The Michael Slate Show - International Women's Day 2024: Capitalism And Patriarchy, Make Revolution To End Both!
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Bob Avakian: Break the Chains, Unleash the Fury of Women as a Mighty Force for Revolution! Sunsara Taylor, International Women's Day (IWD) 2024, a big advance towards a real revolution. Sunsara Taylor & Michelle Xai on "Battle Cry To Break All The Chains." Break ALL the chains – you can’t be free of all exploitation and oppression and keep the oppression of women by men, from The Bob Avakian Interviews. Sunsara Taylor: Will Fighting for Revolution–& Refusing to Vote for Biden–Cost Trans Lives?
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DiEM25 is a pan-European, progressive movement. They aim to democratize the EU before it disintegrates. DiEM25 members met by ZOOM on Feb 20, 2024, to comment on the court proceedings. The moderator, Mehran Khalili, is an adviser to DiEM25 and writes about censorship and misinformation. Yanis Varoufakis, economics professor and acclaimed author, was Minister of Finance in 2015, negotiating on behalf of the Greek government during their debt crisis. Judith Meyer from Berlin, Germany, is a linguist and author and has been working for DiEM25 since 2016. This recording, The war on truth – Julian Assange with Yanis Varoufakis, is part of a 58 minute Live Stream broadcast on February 20, 2024 when London's High Court met to decide whether Julian Assange can be extradited to the US. The London High Court hearing ended without a judgement, for which we will likely have to wait until mid-March 2024. In the meantime, the campaign for Assange’s freedom grows. You can watch the full 58 minute video of the Live Stream on YouTube under the title: The war on truth – Julian Assange, media and global discourse, with Yanis Varoufakis and more! www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvW4cb7yHms DATE: Feb 20, 2024