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Radio Curious - Frank McMichael & Richard Shoemaker — Local Government v. the People- Part 2

4 days 12 hours ago
Can rural, local government actually run smoothly and meet the changing needs of the community? It is slow to happen in Mendocino County, California. In this two part interview about the politics and development possibilities in Mendocino County, specifically in the North end of Ukiah, where a large shopping center is proposed that would be 700,000 square feet with 3,800 parking places and approximately 28 restaurants, we’ll be talking with Frank McMichael and Richard Shoemaker. Both of these men were members of the Ukiah City Council and representatives of the Ukiah area on the Mendocino County board of Supervisors, serving consecutively, ending in 2005. Frank McMichael served a one year-term, and Richard Shoemaker served a two-year term. This program was originally broadcast on March 12, and March 19, 2008. Richard Shoemaker recommends, “Longitude,” by Dava Sobel. Frank McMichael recommends, “Coercion: Why We Listen to What ‘They’ Say,” by Douglas Rushkoff.
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

worldbeatcanada radio - World Beat Canada Radio July 13 2024

4 days 20 hours ago
Sign up for our weekly e-blast at worldbeatinternational.com and you'll get, among other things, our monthly Top 30 chart which stacks up our favourite tracks for you. This hour we skim off the top 10 from our latest chart and tag on some homegrown global from Ottawa's Dystoh and their take on You've Got The Eyes Of A Stranger and another fresh spin from Sonova's Deep Pockets. The four corners, hard to find on a globe but right at home on World Beat Canada Radio!
Cal Koat

outFarpress presents - The Shortwave Report 07/12/14

4 days 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, Radio Havana Cuba, France 24, and Radio Deutsche-Welle.
Dan Roberts

The Repository - The Repository_157

4 days 22 hours ago
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 fare. 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 kzzh@accesshumboldt.net.
Access Humboldt

Civic Cipher - Why Certain Foods are Associated with Racism / Why is Church Still So Segregated?

5 days 16 hours ago
Today’s episode we discuss the history of certain foods that have been negatively associated with Black people and the impact that it can have. We share some personal stories and provide some historical context and examples to flesh out the roots of this form of ignorance. The second half we discuss how segregated churches can be on Sunday mornings. We investigate the roots of this segregation, challenge it, and identify ways race-relations could improve if this were ever remedied.

The Michael Slate Show - AMERICA: Truly a Model—of Depraved Racist Genocide. We Need Revolution, A Radically Different System

6 days 9 hours ago
Lenny Wolff with 3 Points on the Trump/Biden Debate. "Did you always have this view of America?" Revolutionary leader Bob Avakian Answers (an excerpt from the 2022 Bob Avakian Interviews on The RNL Show). Sunsara Taylor: 10 Ways the Democrats Have Repeatedly Stabbed Women In the Back When It Comes to Abortion Rights.
Michael Slate

Half-Cocked Tales - There’s a talking squirrel and you won’t believe it’s favorite phrase

6 days 11 hours ago
In the lounge this week Dan is joined by Ron and Amber and they talk about the first king of a united England, the end of a year long NASA mars simulation, ants performing surgery and fake Chinese police. In fact checkin’ time Ron faces stories about Water, Japan, and Jeffrey Epstein. The show wraps up with some feel good news about the correlation between Gratitude and Longevity.

Sea Change Radio - Tzeporah Berman on the Fossil Fuel Treaty

6 days 15 hours ago
The environmental movement has made something clear: For the health of the planet, humans need to stop using so much fossil fuel. Period. Many efforts to reduce fossil fuel use focus on consumer behavior — CAFE standards, electric vehicle subsidies, and the like are designed to lessen demand for these polluting fuels. Meanwhile, billions upon billions of dollars are being invested right now in new fossil fuel extraction projects across the globe. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with one of the environmental leaders working to stem the supply side of the equation. Today we are speaking with Tzeporah Berman of Stand.earth, and the Fossil Fuel Nonproliferation Treaty Initiative, about the work she and her colleagues are doing to keep fossil fuels in the ground. We examine the current state of pipeline projects in North America, discuss how fossil fuel companies are dealing with slimming profit margins, and look at how changing market realities are affecting the business.
Sea Change Radio
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