Welcome to "The Radio Art Hour," a show where art is not just on the radio, but is the radio. "The Radio Art Hour" draws from the Wave Farm Broadcast Radio Art Archive, an online resource that aims to identify, coalesce, and celebrate historical and contemporary international radio artworks made by artists around the world, created specifically for terrestrial AM/FM broadcast, whether it be via commercial, public, community, or independent transmission. Come on a journey with us as radio artists explore broadcast radio space through poetic resuscitations and playful celebrations/subversions of the complex relationship between senders and receivers in this hour of radio about radio as an art form. "The Radio Art Hour" features introductions from Philip Grant and Tom Roe, and from Wave Farm Radio Art Fellows Karen Werner, Andy Stuhl, and Jess Speer. The Conet Project's recordings of numbers radio stations serve as interstitial sounds. Go to wavefarm.org for more information about "The Radio Art Hour" and Wave Farm's Radio Art Archive.
A-Infos Radio Project
"Turn On The News" is the weekly newscast from the fictional Radio Network, with parody radio coverage of the radio and its headlines. Now with computerized news readers, and fewer meddling reporters, plus aggregated reporting, and automated music. Tune in "Turn On The News" each week for the latest news, radio art, and more from our robot reporters, making sure you hear both sides -- good and evil -- every time you "Turn On The News." It is often a mash-up of the week's news, and sometimes a radio news fantasy with song parodies and covers similar to "Dr. Demento" and comedy skits and more. Produced by Tom Roe at Wave Farm and WGXC. For more information go to: https://wavefarm.org/radio/wgxc/schedule/93bbe3
It's another "sponsored by the letter" show as this time the letter P asks us to play songs with titles that start with P, enlighten you with the benefits of using the letter P in your daily life and all around nonsense that we ask you to stretch your believe a little and go ahead and take a P....
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
SIPS – On this episode we discuss whiskey from Whistle Pig, Broadleaf, Larceny, Elijah Craig and Old Fitzgerald. We should change our cast screening question to add – “What does fresh Saran Wrap smell like?” The only thing I get is a hint of BS marketing swill. A cigar mogul creates a crossover whiskey brand with a very close friend of the show. And Heaven Hill keeps knocking it out of the park. #earlybird whiskey is already trademarked by us
SIPS – On this episode we discuss Vermouth. We decided to look at how Vermouth is featured in 5 different cocktails. We cover some general background on Vermouth where we clearly establish Barger is the expendable cast member. It’s not all sweet or dry, but it’s all tasty. There is something here for everyone to fall in love with Vermouth.
Brazil's October Election Could Make or Break the Amazon Rainforest; Opponents Rally to Stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline and “Manchin’s Dirty Deal;” Reduced US Life Expectancy Tied with For-Profit Health Insurance System Failure.
The Michael Slate Show - Rafael Kadaris on Joe Biden, Democracy and “Semi-Fascism;” Bob Avakian, Dedicated to Revolution and Not Backing Down; Lenny Wolff on the Rise and Fall of Mikhail Gorbachev
Rafael Kadaris talks about Joe Biden's recent speeches on "democracy" and “semi-fascism.” Bob Avakian, Dedicated to Revolution and Not Backing Down (an excerpt from the film: REVOLUTION & RELIGION... A Dialogue Between Cornel West and Bob Avakian). Lenny Wolff: The Rise and Fall of Mikhail Gorbachev, and One Surprising Lesson for Revolution Today
Howard Zinn spoke about the United States as occupied territory. He said that political and ideological power have been seized by a small group of radical anti-democratic ideologues. Howard Zinn was a historian, author, professor, playwright, and activist. He taught political science at Boston University and wrote more than 20 books, including his best-selling and influential A People’s History of the United States. Zinn died suddenly in January 2010. He was about to give two major talks in Santa Monica, CA. He grew up in Brooklyn in a working-class, immigrant household. At 18 he became a shipyard worker and then joined the Air Force and flew bombing missions during World War II. These experiences helped shape his opposition to war and his strong belief in the importance of knowing history. Zinn spoke on October 17, 2006, for NOWAR, the Northwestern University Peace Project. Thanks to Dale Lehman at WZRD for the recording.
Dipping one’s toe into a new pond can often mean getting accustomed to a whole new set of acronyms. Well, if you’re treading into the investment world for the first time, here’s one you should know – the ETF, or exchange-traded fund. This week on Sea Change Radio, we learn about the ETF market from Jon Maier, the Chief Investment Officer of GlobalX ETFs. ETFs are one of the largest segments of the financial services industry even though many of us don’t know the first thing about them. We discuss how ETFs work, what has helped propel them into a $10 trillion industry, and how monitoring ETFs lends insight into trends such as the future of electric vehicles in China. Then, we revisit our 2021 discussion with impact investment pioneer Raj Thamotheram about how the socially responsible investing field has changed over the years.
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit Show - A musical mid-life crisis -- a late-night search for meaning and happiness airs on WRIR LP Monday nights from 9 PM to 11 PM. Stream the show @ www.wrir.org
Vancouver-based writer David Spaner recently published a new book, *Solidarity: Canada's Unknown Revolution of 1983* (Ronsdale Press, 2021). The resistance that it documents -- to a right-wing provincial government in British Columbia -- was one of the largest grassroots uprisings in Canadian history and came within a hairsbreadth of becoming a general strike, but it is little remembered today.
Host Sylvia Richardson interviews HOV Secretariat Jorge Martin , they do a check up on the 2022 conditions in Latin America since the pandemic. The three significant events in Latin America this year, the Columbian election , the general strike in Ecuador and the vote on the new constitution in Chile. Also take note of elections in Brazil later this year with the left ready to take back power. They touch on the changing political scene in the UK and the crisis Eurupe will face with citizen uprisings and strikes if things don’t change course with Russia.
Congolese popular music.
Dwayne Ratleff's fictionalized memoir comes of age; Chilean voters reject a new pro-indigenous and pro-queer Constitution, the U.K.'s new P.M. Liz Truss takes Tories further to the right, Iran condemns queer women activists to death, a Texas federal judge denies mandated free HIV prevention drugs over religious objections, Washington state's conversion therapy ban withstands appeal, angels defend a Brigham Young Pride Night drag show, and an Idaho librarian quits over an outcry against non-existent books! Those stories — and more this week — when you find "This Way Out": the world's audio oasis for queer news and culture.
With the Labour Party's return to power in 2022, the accreditation body Ethical Clothing Australia regains national funding to help businesses comply with the law. They team with union investigators to secure legally mandated wage levels and benefits for those who make the bulk of Australia's domestic textile, clothing and footwear products. Bec Zajac, of Women on the Line interviewed Vietnamese immigrant garment worker "Hong Nguyen," with translation by union organizer Li Nguyen; Sabina Crawley, Ethical Clothing Australia; and Beth McPherson, Textile, Clothing and Footwear Union. Originally recorded when Conservatives zeroed out ECA's funding in 2014. Updated to 2022 by Frieda Werden, WINGS series producer. Music excerpted from "Which Side Are You On," sung by Natalie Merchant.
Noori & His Dorpa Band stretch out; Vieux & Khru channel Ali Farka Toure; two generations of Malian songbirds; reggae legends Steel Pulse visit Richmond; Andean-Amazonian futurism from Bolivia by Timpana; champeta classics from the 70s and 80s
Radio Project Front Page Podcast