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Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Ryan LittleEagle in our Spotlight Interview (Country, Folk) Hr 1

2 hours 9 minutes ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, this week we welcome from Rapid City South Dakota, Ryan LittleEagle is in the house. Singer, songwriter and storyteller. His 5th album is out entitled “Native Americana,” Indigenous country folk tunes at it best. Ryan is featured in our current issue of the SAY Magazine, read all about him at our place https://www.indigenousinmusicandarts.org/past-shows/ryan-littleeagle Enjoy music from Ryan LittleEagle, Tom Frear, Don Amero, Janet Panic, Diogo Strausz, Voxmana, Natalia Clavier, Bomba Estereo, Dan L'intie, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Joey Pringle, Indian City, nehiyawak, Mike Paul, Graeme Jonez, Garret T. Willie, QVLN, Pretendians Band, Xit, Blue Mountain Tribe, Love to Bleed, Nathan Cunningham, Mike Bern, Dustin Harder, One Way Sky, Phyllis Sinclair, Berk Jodoin, Brian Hedges and 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.
Larry K

Taylor Report - Commentary June 10, 2024

2 hours 57 minutes ago
1 D-Day show forgot Russia and DeGaulle. 2 Five Eyes is institutionalized foreign interference, the rest is ethnic-bashing for political advantage. 3 Mexico has elected a climate scientist who happens to be a woman and Jewish; meanwhile in the U.S. & Canada we have Biden and King Charles 3.
Unusual Sources

The Thunderbolt - TBR 240614 - CRISPR Critters*

1 day 3 hours ago
This week’s archive radio show reveals the epic battle happening at this very moment within the confines of your nose hairs, we share an exciting political announcement, we define the difference between public spaces and ‘safe’ spaces, and for the feature piece we reveal the amateur geneticists who are playing with genomic dynamite. We will blow your mind and then we’ll sauté it. Only on the Thunderbolt…
Dancing Angel Media

The Sonic Cafe - Sonic Café #393/A Beautiful Mind

1 day 5 hours ago
Sonic Café, from 1975 that’s the Dreamweaver himself Gary Wright, so welcome to the café, I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 393. This time the Sonic Café is going to do a little dream weaving of our own in a thing we’re calling A Beautiful Mind. Yeah, listen up and you’ll hear a variety of ways to open the door between your conscious and subconscious mind, harness your subconscious power, expand your frequency and create a new paradigm for your life. So, yeah all that in the next hour, ahem. Our music mix will also free your soul. Pulled from the last forty years or so, each tune in this set is about dreaming and your ahh your beautiful mind. Listen for Café Jacques, John Lennon, the Lovin’ Spoonful with Daydream from 1966, Todd Rundgren Aerosmith, Roger Hodgson, The Strokes and more as the Sonic Café presents a beautiful mind this time from that little radio café overlooking the big blue Pacific in the dreamy Pacific Northwest. Here’s the Robert Cray Band. This is the Dream, and we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Radio Curious - Beth Wenger — Jewish Americans: Three Centuries of Jewish Voices in America

1 day 15 hours ago
North America, as we have known for millennia, has been populated by ethnic groups looking for a new place to live. Beginning in the early 17th Century and through the present time, Jewish people from around the world have seen North America as a favored place to live and in waves of migration over time have come here to make a new life as part of the American fabric. In the winter of 2008 the Public Broadcasting System presented a major six hour television series: “The Jewish Americans: Three Centuries of Jewish Voices in America.” A companion book to this series with the same name, written by Beth Wenger, the Director of the Jewish Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania, is a collection of first person stories about lives of American Jews who maintained their own culture as they became part of the American culture. Our visit with Beth Wenger in January 2008, by phone from her office at the University of Pennsylvania, began when she described the distinctions and similarities of the Jewish American experience as compared to other immigrant groups. This program was originally broadcast January 30, 2008. The book she recommends is, “The Yiddish Policeman’s Union,” by Michael Chabon.
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

outFarpress presents - The Shortwave Report 06/14/24

1 day 21 hours ago
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, and Cuba. 
Dan Roberts

Global Research News Hour - Cuban Missile Crisis Revisited. The U.S., Canada, and NATO Provoking World War III

1 day 22 hours ago
This week, on the Global Research News Hour, with tensions building as President Putin warns of actions against NATO countries, if Ukraine strikes deep into Russian territory with Western weapons, we are considering the prospects of this two year long Ukraine fight exploding onto the Global stage possibly into a nuclear confrontation. In our first half hour, we speak with activist and author Yves Engler about Canada’s role in the ongoing escalations, and of his upcoming book correcting the record of Canada against and not for democracy abroad. Then in our final half hour, we chat with former CIA analyst Larry Johnson about the dangerous path to a NATO-Russia war we are on, and we also speak about his recent attendance at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum a week ago and about what he heard on the ground from land of the Bear.

- Between the Lines for June 12, 2024

3 days 5 hours ago
International Criminal Court Targets Both Israeli & Hamas Leaders for War Crimes; People’s Tribunal Convened to Expose Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Violation of the Rights of Nature; Claudia Sheinbaum Wins Historic Election as Mexico's First Female President.

Cheeze Pleeze With Snarfdude and Daffodil - Cheeze Pleeze # 1042

3 days 6 hours ago
Our Hosts are back on the road and head to the thrift store DVD shelf to review the soundtrack from "Barnyard" we will forgive you if you don't remember it, who knew heavily metal music makes great sleepy lullaby music and a celebrity slip up from one of Hazzard County's finest....who crashed a few cars in his day, sings about cars, but at least doesn't crash the one he's singing about.

The Michael Slate Show - Marking six months since the murder of Refaat Alareer, The Michael Slate Show will replay a Conversation with Refaat Alareer and Laila El-Haddad. Plus Bob Avakian on Internationalism

3 days 15 hours ago
On December 7, an Israel airstrike murdered Refaat Alareer, a poet, writer, editor and teacher. This show is a memorial to his life and work. We present an interview with Refaat Alareer and Laila El-Haddad, co-editors of “Gaza Unsilenced. Written in the aftermath of the 2014 Israeli pogrom. Many of their statements bear directly on the situation today. In an excerpt from the talk “Revolution, Nothing Less,” Bob Avakian speaks to the importance of Internationalism, The Whole World Comes First.
Michael Slate
52 minutes 33 seconds ago
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