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Global Research News Hour: Powerful Elites, Not V the Virus, Resposible for the Crisis of 2020, and Beyond. A Conversation with Michel Chossudovsky, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
This Week's Global Research News Hour features the renowned academic and author Professor Michel Chossudovsky on the various discrepancies in the narrative around the COVID -19 virus and how Big Moneyed and Big Pharmaceutica interests are driving the show. In the conversation he presses his views about the announcement of a pandemic while numbers outside China were still small, the flawed RT PCR test for counting infections, and the toll all of this was taking on wide sections of the world. Professor Chossudovsky is an award winning author, Professor emeritus of Economics at the University of Ottawa, and the Founder and Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization
CKUW news

The Mix Sessions Underground: 79 - TMS Underground, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
The Mix Sessions Underground brings you hard to find cutting edge Deep House and Techno grooves from dance floors around the globe weekly. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: http://amplifiedradio.ca/download CONTACT: sean@amplifiedradio.ca
Amplified Radio Network

All Things Cage: Aaron Larget-Caplan, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
"All Things Cage" is a weekly program featuring conversations between Laura Kuhn, Director of the John Cage Trust, and Cage experts and enthusiasts from around the world. If youd like to propose a guest or a topic for a future program, write directly to Laura at lkuhn@johncage.org.
Wave Farm/WGXC 90.7-FM

The Radio Art Hour: New Radio Art Releases. , Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
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 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.
Wave Farm/WGXC 90.7-FM

Turn On The News: Groundhogs Day (formerly Donald Drumpf Theatre). , Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
"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."
Wave Farm/WGXC 90.7-FM

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #224/Drugs Are Bad, M'Kay?, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Sonic Café, with the Lenny Kravitz cover of the Jimi Hendrix psychedelic rock classic Purple Haze, so ahh far out huh? Hey I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 224. This time the Sonic Café has some fun with the ever-changing perceptions around drugs and alcohol in today’s world. Representing drugs are good; listen for comedian, social critic and satirist Bill Hicks, captured live in 1989. Bill was way ahead of his time, but left too early, passing on to that big stage in the sky in 1994. But his impact lives on with Rolling Stone recently ranking him number 13 on its’ list of the 50 best comedians of all time, so yeah. Then representing drugs are bad, the Sonic Café presents an enlightening lecture from Southparks school counselor Mr. Mackey, Mmkay? These wildly divergent opinions are wrapped in a music mix conjured up from like 80 years. Wow, just wow. Listen for Steely Dan, All Time Low, Chick Webb & His Orchestra, Nine Inch Nails, john Lennon, Ike & Tina Turner and of course many more. Ohhh and a big Sonic Café welcome to our latest sponsor. Toilet Cleaner, the hot new legal high that takes you to places you never imagined, and ahh leaves you forever changed. Toilet cleaner. It’s time to smoke a real bowl. Ahh all that and more this time from that little café on the big, blue Pacific coast, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Radio Curious: "Marta Morena Vega – One Religion People Forced to Migrate Brought to the Americas", Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
The Altar of My Soul Religious beliefs normally follow people as they migrate, including people who are forced to migrate. The people forced to migrate to the western Hemisphere during the slave-trading period carried their beliefs and belief systems to the diaspora of their new world. The Santeria religion, also know as Lucumí, is a belief system that originated in Africa later brought to the Americas and is still practiced in widely separated communities of the western hemisphere. Marta Moreno Vega, a Santeria Priestess, and university professor in New York City is the author of “The Alter of My Soul.” Her book is a story of the Santeria or Lucumí religion, its traditions, how they were brought from Africa and are practiced now. I spoke with Marta Moreno Vega by phone in November of 2000, and we began when I asked her to tell us about the Santeria religion and how it differs from other religions. Marta Morena Vega recommends “Face of The Gods: Art and Altars of Africa and the African Americans,” by Robert F. Thompson. Originally Broadcast: November 7, 2000
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines for February 3, 2021, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Free Speech for People's John Bonifaz: Republicans Who Refuse to Hold Trump Accountable for Insurrection Must Answer to History; Yale University School of Public Health's Dr. Robert Hecht: COVID Vaccination Equity in US and World, Critical to Controlling the Pandemic; Earthjustice's Moneen Nasmith: Line 3 Tar Sands Pipeline Project Target of Renewed International Opposition
Scott Harris

Amplified Radio Network Show Hour 2: 1002 - Amplified Radio Network Show Hour 2, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
The Amplified Radio Network brings you the best in House and Tech House music from around the world. Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) is 50% CanCon and can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: http://amplifiedradio.ca/download
Amplified Radio Network

Amplified Radio Network Show Hour 1: 1002 - Amplified Radio Network Show Hour 1, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
The Amplified Radio Network brings you the best in House and Tech House music from around the world. Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) is 50% CanCon and can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: http://amplifiedradio.ca/download
Amplified Radio Network

Sea Change Radio: Steve Phillips: Lessons From 2020 Election, Segment 1

3 weeks 5 days ago
The new American majority is multiracial, multicultural, and progressive, and our guest today is working to make sure that it also has a powerful voice in shaping the future of politics in this country. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Steve Phillips, author, political activist, and founder of Democracy In Color. We discuss Georgia's important role in the 2020 election, talk about his friendship with Stacey Abrams, and contemplate potential Democratic strategies in other racially, ethnically, and politically diverse states such as, Arizona, North Carolina, and Texas. Lastly, we dive into the Senate, scrutinizing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's latest shenanigans and discussing the future of the filibuster.
Sea Change Radio

The Michael Slate Show: The Continuing Danger of Fascism, Jason Stanley and Bob Avakian; Paul Street on the Coronavirus Pandemic, Segment 1

3 weeks 5 days ago
Jason Stanley, author of “How Fascism Works, The Politics of Us and Them, on the dangers of fascist politics. Bob Avakian, Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party and architect of the New Communism, two excerpts from The Trump Pence Regime Must Go, In the Name of Humanity, We Refuse To Accept a Fascist America, A Better World Is Possible. Paul Street, author and activist and an editorial board member, Refuse Fascism, the coronavirus pandemic, Science, Epistemology, Conspiracy & Fascism.
Michael Slate

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 510, Segment 1

3 weeks 5 days ago
Radio Thrift Shop is DJ Frederick's two decade long (and counting) experiment, having evolved from Seldom Heard Radio. Radio Thrift Shop has a flexible format & an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasts of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up listening to & features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cassettes & cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised or thematic playlist from DJ Frederick's music library. It's never the same program twice - or even once
Frederick Moe

TUC Radio: Black History Month - Fred Gray - Civil Rights Attorney for Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Segment 2

3 weeks 5 days ago
Who was the attorney for Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King at the beginning of the Civil Rights struggle? Fred Gray, just out of law school, had made a commitment to destroy everything segregated in his home state of Alabama when he was in high school. Rosa Parks was only his second case, after Claudette Colvin, a teenager, who nine months earlier had been the first to refuse to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus and in turn inspired Rosa Park. When Rosa Parks was arrested in 1955 for violating the segregated seating ordinance, 26-year-old Martin Luther King was chosen to lead the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and 24-year-old Fred Gray also became his and the movement's lawyer. Gray's legal victory in the federal courts ended the boycott 381 days later. Fred Gray won scores of civil rights cases in education, voting rights, transportation, and health. He represented the Freedom Riders, the Selma-to-Montgomery marchers, and the victims of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study. It was a Republican and former employee of the United States Public Health Service, Peter Buxtun, who blew the whistle on the Tuskegee study. Poor black sharecroppers were led to believe they were being treated, while in reality the study recorded the progression of untreated Syphilis. In 2009 Buxtun was the events coordinator for the Republican Roundtable. He invited Fred Gray to speak - and allowed TUC Radio to attend and record the event.   The early history of the civil rights movement comes to life in this story of Fred Gray's life and education, as speaks for the first time in his life to a Republican audience - at least an audience that told him they were Republican. Fred Gray ends by saying that racism is still alive and even re—emerging in this country and makes an appeal to end it. He said this in 2009.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Black History Month - Fred Gray - Civil Rights Attorney for Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Segment 1

3 weeks 5 days ago
Who was the attorney for Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King at the beginning of the Civil Rights struggle? Fred Gray, just out of law school, had made a commitment to destroy everything segregated in his home state of Alabama when he was in high school. Rosa Parks was only his second case, after Claudette Colvin, a teenager, who nine months earlier had been the first to refuse to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus and in turn inspired Rosa Park. When Rosa Parks was arrested in 1955 for violating the segregated seating ordinance, 26-year-old Martin Luther King was chosen to lead the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and 24-year-old Fred Gray also became his and the movement's lawyer. Gray's legal victory in the federal courts ended the boycott 381 days later. Fred Gray won scores of civil rights cases in education, voting rights, transportation, and health. He represented the Freedom Riders, the Selma-to-Montgomery marchers, and the victims of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study. It was a Republican and former employee of the United States Public Health Service, Peter Buxtun, who blew the whistle on the Tuskegee study. Poor black sharecroppers were led to believe they were being treated, while in reality the study recorded the progression of untreated Syphilis. In 2009 Buxtun was the events coordinator for the Republican Roundtable. He invited Fred Gray to speak - and allowed TUC Radio to attend and record the event.   The early history of the civil rights movement comes to life in this story of Fred Gray's life and education, as speaks for the first time in his life to a Republican audience - at least an audience that told him they were Republican. Fred Gray ends by saying that racism is still alive and even re—emerging in this country and makes an appeal to end it. He said this in 2009.
Maria Gilardin