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outFarpress presents - The Shortwave Report 12/29/23

3 months 2 weeks 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, Radio Deutsche-Welle, and Radio Havana Cuba.
Dan Roberts

- Between the Lines for December 27, 2023

3 months 2 weeks ago
If Re-elected Trump Vows to Impose a Fascist Regime, But Are Americans Listening?; A Bipartisan ‘Fiscal Commission,’ The GOP's Latest Threat to Cut Social Security, Medicare Benefits; After 30 Years of Organizing Yale Grad Student Union Local 33 Wins First Contract

- Cheeze Pleeze # 1018

3 months 2 weeks ago
It's a profile.....on a man named Brady...and the kids as we look at the music of The Brady Bunch this week (can you believe there was a lot of it??) some fun ragtime instrumentals, and shaming your ears into some 70s cheeze.

Radio Ecoshock Show - Dirty Air or Sudden Heat?

3 months 2 weeks ago
If we clean up air pollution, the weather gets hotter and wilder. From Norway, Dr. Bjorn Samset explains the stakes. Then from Harvard, Dr. Francesca Dominici reveals shocking new science: just a short exposure to bad air kills seniors! Im Alex. This is Radio Ecoshock clearing the air. Replay.
Alex Smith

This Week In Palestine - Weaponizatlon of tne term "antisemitism," and what about "genocide"? Masha Gessen, Hanan Ashwari, and Raz Segal

3 months 2 weeks ago
At the heart of Israel’s defense of its occupation and siege of Gaza is the weaponization of the term "antisemitism." Any criticism of Israel is defined as antisemitic, as well as any mention of boycotting Israel as a non-violent strategy for resisting occupation and apartheid in historic Palestine. The name calling is an attempt to divert criticism of Israel. We begin this week with a short interview conducted by Mehdi Hasan on his news show on Peacock with Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen, who recently wrote a provocative piece in the New Yorker entitled "In the Shadow of the Holocaust." Both Mehdi Hasan and Masha Gessen are facing criticism for their critical analysis both of Israel and the United States for their complicity in the genocide being conducted in Gaza. Our feature presentation today is an interview with Hanan Ashwari, longtime leader and often voice of the PLO, where she speaks out about what she rightly calls the genocide in Gaza. Sometimes we bog ourselves down in our attempts to define such words as antisemitism, apartheid, and genocide. We should not allow such sideshows to divert us from dealing with the larger subjects, occupation and colonialism, but it is worth noting that an Israeli historian and scholar on genocide has put himself out on a limb by labeling the continuous Israeli attacks on the Palestinian people, particularly the current relentless bombardment of Gaza as “classic genocide.” Israeli Associate Professor Raz Segal explains this thoroughly in the 10-16-2023 edition of Democracy Now. We hear that now.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

Sea Change Radio - Joseph McFadden: A Cattle Biologist Explains Feed Additives (re-broadcast)

3 months 2 weeks ago
Did you know that India accounts for about one-third of the world’s one billion head of cattle? Last week on Sea Change Radio, we spoke to the head of Rumin8, a startup that’s working to reduce methane emissions from cattle. This week, we take a more academic approach to the cow burp problem – our guest is Dr. Joseph McFadden, a professor of cattle biology at Cornell University. We learn more about the science of enteric fermentation in ruminants, examine the various technological solutions aiming to reduce these methane emissions, and discuss the hurdles that the feed additive industry faces, and why they are particularly challenging in countries like India.
Sea Change Radio

TUC Radio - WWI - The Christmas Truce of 1914 - TUC Archives

3 months 2 weeks ago
The Christmas Truce was an unofficial cease-fire on parts of the Western Front. Guns fell silent for one to several days. Soldiers emerged from the trenches and talked, exchanged gifts and kicked around a soccer ball. Trenches were close in some places, separated by 50 yards or less. The Story of the Christmas Truce WWI is a documentary film about this spontaneous cease-fire. Thanks to historians Peter Hart, Taff Gillingham and Robin Schaefer, and their choice of rare documentary photos, footage and archived letters from soldiers of both sides. This archival TUC Radio program first went into distribution on December 13, 2022. By coincidence on the same day that nearly 1,000 faith leaders called for a temporary ceasefire in the War in Ukraine. They wrote that a Christmas Truce can offer an opportunity for moral clarity and could be the first step toward a negotiated peace. I’m sending this program out again - one year later - when even the word “Cease Fire” in relation to the ongoing war on Gaza is banned from media and United Nations negotiations. Thanks for excerpts from the 50 minute documentary entitled “Silent Night: The Story of the Christmas Truce WWI”. The film is posted on the Timeline history channel for World History Documentaries. Date: 2020
Maria Gilardin

This Way Out - Retrospective on a Retrospective: Lawrence 2003-2023

3 months 2 weeks ago
H A P P Y H O L I D A Y S Revisiting our coverage of the 2003 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overturned state laws against non-commercial private consensual adult same-gender sex, with comments from prominent voices on both sides of the issue and music by artists ranging from Elvis Presley to Romanovsky & Phillips. Celebrate 2 decades of liberated queer U.S. lovemaking this week when you choose "This Way Out": the international LGBTQ radio magazine. [“NewsWrap” returns the week of January 8th, 2024.]
Lucia Chappelle
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