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The Sunrise Ocean Bender: You're Alright By Me, Segment 1

1 semana 2 días ago
label // radio // sunriseoceanbender.com // Sunrise Ocean Bender sets sail the 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 9-11 PM EST, on WRIR 97.3 (wrir.org) to find something for your ears, and something for your head … psych rock and pop, prog, kosmische, space rock … detours … There might be a map, but the destination is up for grabs.
dr. atavist

THE THUNDERBOLT: TBR 200703 — The Elderly Daemon & The Youthful Saint, Segment 1

1 semana 2 días ago
This week’s radio show enjoins listeners to join the Revolution Now! We list a number of VBFD’s (they are piling up these days) and we describe the underlying dynamics of the scam Wall Street is about to perpetrate yet once again. We give left-handed thanks to Senator Rand Paul — and for the second half of the show we break character and highlight some positive developments that are happening in our world. We go beneath the covers and behind the closed doors. Don your PPE’s. It’s time for the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TBR 200703 — The Elderly Daemon & The Youthful Saint, Segment 1

1 semana 2 días ago
This week’s radio show enjoins listeners to join the Revolution Now! We list a number of VBFD’s (they are piling up these days) and we describe the underlying dynamics of the scam Wall Street is about to perpetrate yet once again. We give left-handed thanks to Senator Rand Paul — and for the second half of the show we break character and highlight some positive developments that are happening in our world. We go beneath the covers and behind the closed doors. Don your PPE’s. It’s time for the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #264, Segment 1

1 semana 3 días ago
(1.) Freelance Relaxer - Ash (2.) One-4-Teen (instrumental) - Ron E (3.) Textures - Salvia Kamili (4.) Cocktail Hour - Strehlow (5.) Another World (instrumental) - The Creators (6.) birds.eye.view - prodBycirus (7.) Luxurious - Gwop Sullivan (8.) Foolin (instrumental) - De La Soul (9.) Nag Champa (Afrodesica for the World) - Jay Dee (10.) Trip #4 - Eddy Mugre (11.) Pad Thai Vol 6 - Bombay (12.) OhRio - Peace586 (13.) Eclipse - noxz (14.) Setting Sun - Diamond C (15.) Senor Canardo - Biga (16.) Slow Drip - G Mills (17.) Silence - DeKobe (18.) A Brighter Day remix (instrumental) - DJ Spinna (19.) No Escape - The Other Guys (20.) Brown Sugar (instrumental) D'Angelo & Ali Shaheed Muhammad (21.) fallin - Odeeno
Gamma Krush

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #194/Twilight Zone Classic: A Nice Place To Visit, Segment 1

1 semana 3 días ago
Sonic Café with the music of Chop Wood from 2012, hey welcome, I’m your host Scott Clark and this is episode 194. This time the Sonic Café presents another Twilight Zone Classic… A Nice Place To Visit, episode 28 from season one, which first aired on CBS in April of 1960. A Nice Place to Visit shows us that instantly getting your every wish granted for all of eternity… can actually be a really bad thing. But there’s more, before we dive into this Twilight Zone episode the Sonic Café presents a rare 1963 interview with Rod Serling, pulled from the Australian Film and Sound Archives, it provides some interesting insights into the mind of the man behind the Zone. We’ve wrapped this Twilight Zone Classic in a music mix pulled from 45 years, listen for Dr. John, Greenslade, Charlie Hunter with a cut from his Analog Playground release, the Fabulous Thunderbirds and of course many more. All just ahead as the Sonic Café presents A Nice Place to Visit… ahh but you know I probably wouldn’t want to live there, from that little café in the breathtaking Pacific Northwest, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Taylor Report: A World Watcher Explains How the US and NATO Have Become a Joint Criminal Enterprise, Segment 1

1 semana 3 días ago
Diana Johnstone, a veteran journalist and author of "Circle of Darkness, Memoirs of a World Watcher," reviews the hegemonic policies of the US and its European enablers. She discusses the bombing of Serbia and destruction of Libya, justified by propaganda provided by the US and European media elite. Johnstone calls out the shallow hedonistic left of '68, Danny the Red & co., detailing their latter day collaboration with western R2P imperialism.
Anonymous

Radio Curious: Dr. Victoria Patterson – Native American Life, Before and After Europeans, Segment 1

1 semana 4 días ago
Cultures that have no written language pass on their histories through oral traditions. The stories are the way that social values and traditions are taught by one generation to the next. Animals often play a significant character role in these stories. In the Native American traditions of the northwest part of California, the coyote is a very popular character. Dr. Victoria Patterson, an anthropologist based in Ukiah, California, has worked with native peoples for over 30 years. She knows these stories, and she sees them as windows, allowing us to imagine how original native peoples of northern California thought and lived. I met with Dr. Victoria Patterson and asked her about the significance of the story where the coyote jumped off into the sky. Our discussion lead to a two-part program, originally broadcast in February of 1999. Dr, Victoria Patterson recommends “Deep Valley,” by Bernard W. Aginsky and “Under the Tuscan Sun,” by Frances Mayes. Originally Broadcast: February 16, 1999 and February 26, 1999
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

Sea Change Radio: Espen Braathe + Kirk Lombard: Sustainable Seafood, Segment 1

1 semana 4 días ago
As most of us have been hunkering down over the last few months, we’ve been shopping for more of our own food and eating out less. As you've perused the seafood section of the grocery store, you may have wondered to yourself what type of fish is OK to buy. This week on Sea Change Radio, we look at seafood supply chains with Espen Braathe who heads up IBM Food Trust Europe. He works with the company’s clients in the aquaculture industry to help them implement blockchain technology to track the quality of sustainably farmed or fished seafood. Then, we dive into the archives to speak with Bay Area educator and entrepreneur Kirk Lombard to learn more about his sustainable seafood delivery service, Sea Forager.
Sea Change Radio

The Michael Slate Show: Trump/Pence #OutNow - the struggle to drive out the fascist Trump/Pence regime: Coco Das, Sarah Roark and Carl Dix from RefuseFascism.org. Plus Charges Dropped on the #Freeway9, Segment 1

1 semana 5 días ago
Chantelle Herschberger, Michelle Xai and Alex Hernandez from a press conference celebrating the dropping of all remaining charges from the Freeway 9, who courageously blocked the 101 Freeway in 2017 with a huge banner saying “Trump Pence Regime Must Go.” Also, statements from a recent webinar of Refuse Fascism, featuring Coco Das, Sarah Roark and Carl Dix, members of the editorial board of Refuse Fascism.
Michael Slate

TUC Radio: Edward Said: Palestine and the Universality of Human Rights (Part ONE of TWO) , Segment 1

1 semana 5 días ago
As I’m preparing this archival program for rebroadcast at the end of June, 2020, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to announce his government’s annexation of major areas of the Israeli-Occupied Palestinian West Bank, including the Jordan Valley. Such an act would eliminate whatever possibility remained of creating a Palestinian state side by side with Israel which had been stated US policy prior to the election of Donald Trump. This is Edward Said's last major speech on Palestine, the war on Iraq and the Bush administration. On September 25, 2003, a message made its way around the world. Edward Said, Palestinian American, world famous professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, and fearless defender of the Palestinian cause had died of leukemia in New York City, far from the city of Jerusalem where he was born in 1935. In 1948 Said and his family were forced to leave Palestine for Cairo when the newly founded state of Israel took their ancestral home. Later Said came to the US, studied at Princeton and Harvard and went on to teach at Yale and Columbia. He was not only a renowned academic but also an eloquent spokesperson for Palestinian rights and sovereignty. Said leaves behind a treasure of writings including his most influential book, Orientalism (1978),as well as books inspired by his passionate advocacy of the Palestinian cause, including The Question of Palestine, (1979), Covering Islam (1981), After the Last Sky (1986), Blaming the Victims (1988), and Culture and Imperialism (1993).
Maria Gilardin