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Assembly of Silence Radio Hour : ASRH_S2E2: An exploration of Backstabbing Technology, Superficial Conversation, Political Futility, Information Relativism and God’s Yugas., Segment 1

1 month ago
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/assembly-of-silence-radio-hour/id1443449419 https://silentassembly.libsyn.com/ The Assembly of Silence is a freewheeling talk show orbiting around spiritual and philosophical concerns - with an occasional garnish of science, utilitarian and quasi-objective pragmatism, dreamy and gleeful idealism, health tips and absurdity.
Anonymous

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #185/Rockin' with Rocket Fuel, Segment 1

1 month ago
Sonic Café rockin’ with rocket fuel! Hey, welcome to the show, I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 185. This time the Sonic Café presents a music mix pulled from 47 years. We’ve got your old school, with the Allman Brothers and we’ve got your new school, with a cut from Sheer Mag, and then a whole bunch in between with music from the Boom Boom Satellites, All Time Low, Barenaked Ladies, Jade Warrior and of course many more. Then later the Sonic Café helps you live a better life with another in our occasional series of Matthew Mcconaughey moments. We’ll also hear from comedian Dwayne Perkins with some interesting observations about You Tube and the state of today’s big corporate radio. And speaking of monopolistic media, the Sonic Café would like to extend a hearty handshake to our newest sponsor, your local Internet and cable provider. You don’t like ‘em, but you know there’s nothing you can do about it. All that and more as we present another distinctively independent hour of intelligent, eclectic music, comedy and pop culture from that little café in the breathtaking Pacific northwest, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Donald Drumpf Theatre: Donald Drumpf Theatre Volume 172 Brother Drumpfs Travelling Salvation Show , Segment 1

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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

California Doctors Make the Case for Lockdown End, Get Pulled Down by YouTube After Hitting 6 Million in 5 Days

1 month ago
Hear their case YouTube doesn't want you to see
This is a repost of a story covering the video of the two brave doctors from California explaining how the lockdown is not necessary. The video was banned on YouTube but was then put up on Vimeo but has not been banned from there too.

Dr. Daniel W. Erickson of Bakersfield, California, is a former emergency-room physician who co-owns, with his partner Dr. Artin Massih, Accelerated Urgent Care in Bakersfield. They are experienced medical professionals who have 40 years of hands-on experience in dealing with viruses and respiratory infections. Watching the news in China in January, they knew the virus was on its way. They ordered many COVID-19 tests because they knew they would need them. They tested many thousands of people, and discovered for themselves what epidemiologists around the world are saying: COVID-19 came here earlier than previously believed, is more ubiquitous, and ultimately for the general population less deadly than we thought.
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Radio Curious: Pio Pico & Roberto Garza – Meet the Last Mexican Governor of California, Segment 1

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In this program, we are going to go back into California history about 150 years, and visit with the last Mexican governor of California, Pio Pico. Pio Pico was born at the San Gabriel Mission in 1801, of Spanish, Italian, Indian and African ancestry. Both as a politician and as an entrepreneur, he espoused the views of many native-born Californarios over distant seats of government. As the last Mexican governor of California, he presided over the secularization of the missions, and turned over their vast land holdings to private hands. Although he fled California during the American takeover, Pio Pico returned to build the first major hotel in Los Angeles. Later, he served on the Los Angeles City Council. I met with Pio Pico in the person of Roberto Garza in February of 1998. Pio Pico recommends “Pio Pico, A Historical Narrative,” by Pio Pico. Roberto Graza recommends “Pio Pico Miscellany,” by Martin Cole & “Decline of the Californios,” by Leonard Pitt. Originally Broadcast: February 27, 1998
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

The Michael Slate Show: In Extraordinary Times, What is Worth Living and Dying For – The Life of Fred Hampton, with Joe Veale and Lucha Bright of the National Revolution Tour, Segment 1

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Joe Veale and Lucha Bright, reflect on the revolutionary legacy of Fred Hampton, 21 years old when he was shot to death, December 4, 1969, by Chicago pigs working with the FBI. We'll talk about revolution in the time of Fred Hampton and today – and What is worth living and dying for? Credits: Michael Slate - Host and Producer
Michael Slate

Taylor Report: Trump and Biden promoting division and havoc, Segment 1

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The World Health Organization is under attack by the United States because the US is losing its control over the world. Canada should not be associated with these attacks. We should instead be promoting mutual respect, peace, and cooperation between major states. On China, Biden is as bad as Trump. In Canada, the media has been baiting China, showing that we are a vassal state following the Americans.
Anonymous

Sea Change Radio: Marie Mutskui Mockett: American Harvest, Segment 1

1 month ago
Anyone who has gone to the grocery store during the COVID-19 health crisis must have wondered to themselves at some point why there was no toilet paper, milk or flour all of a sudden. It’s an important reminder that most of us have very little idea how things go from being planted in the ground to being stocked on our shelves. On this week’s Sea Change Radio, we speak with Marie Mutsuki Mockett, an author whose family owns a wheat farm in Nebraska. Her new book, “American Harvest,” takes us inside the world of wheat harvesting. We get a glimpse into the lives of the farmers she met while researching her book, discuss how those in the industry are coping with the pandemic and take a closer look at some of the agricultural industry's practices.
Sea Change Radio

TUC Radio: David Quammen: Is the Coronavirus the Byproduct of Human Behavior?, Segment 2

1 month ago
In his seventh week of sheltering in place in Milano, Italy, the filmmaker Olmo Parenti called the science writer and explorer David Quammen. He was sheltering in his home in Bozeman, Montana. Olmo had read Quammen’s 2012 book: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic; and asked Quammen how he was able to predict 8 years ago the rise of the Coronavirus pandemic. Olmo Parenti is a member of “A THING BY” a collective of young filmmakers based in Milan. David Quammen has won many awards for his books and magazine articles, including from the National Association of Science Writers. His work with National Geographic is best known, and has taken him on many difficult treks through the wild, such as chronicling J. Michael Fay’s 2,000 mile survey hike through the forests of Central Africa, The Megatransect. In the course of his travels and studies David Quammen has come in contact with emerging diseases — such as Ebola, SARS, bird flu, and AIDS — and with the wildlife they emerge from. Spillover, the rite of his book, is a scientific term, it is the moment when such a virus passes from wild animals into people.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: David Quammen: Is the Coronavirus the Byproduct of Human Behavior?, Segment 1

1 month ago
In his seventh week of sheltering in place in Milano, Italy, the filmmaker Olmo Parenti called the science writer and explorer David Quammen. He was sheltering in his home in Bozeman, Montana. Olmo had read Quammen’s 2012 book: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic; and asked Quammen how he was able to predict 8 years ago the rise of the Coronavirus pandemic. Olmo Parenti is a member of “A THING BY” a collective of young filmmakers based in Milan. David Quammen has won many awards for his books and magazine articles, including from the National Association of Science Writers. His work with National Geographic is best known, and has taken him on many difficult treks through the wild, such as chronicling J. Michael Fay’s 2,000 mile survey hike through the forests of Central Africa, The Megatransect. In the course of his travels and studies David Quammen has come in contact with emerging diseases — such as Ebola, SARS, bird flu, and AIDS — and with the wildlife they emerge from. Spillover, the rite of his book, is a scientific term, it is the moment when such a virus passes from wild animals into people.
Maria Gilardin

Press Conference/Action - Chicago Stroger Hospital Nurses Expose Crisis, Segment 1

1 month ago
Press conference/action in front of Cook County Stroger Hospital which is dealing with the second highest number of Covid -19 infections in the nation. Approximately a dozen National Nurses United nurses were masked and social distancing on scene, displaying a banner with pictures of home made protective gear; speakers explain. They were joined by two transit union workers who daily bring patients to and from the hospital, exposing themselves, families and riders to potential COVID-19 exposure due to hospital management's failure to follow CDC testing policy and provision of level appropriate protective equipment. A nurse states management tried to bully her into using sub standard protective gear that the doctors refuse to wear.
Dale Lehman/WZRD