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TUC Radio: Joanna Macy: A Wiser, Braver World (Archive), Segment 2

2 meses ago
The Great Turning, Awakened Action Symposium On the Summer Solstice of 2020 Joanna Macy, from her home in Berkeley, spoke at the Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Buddhist monastery had called for Awakened Action and invited Women Leaders to Speak to Race, Poverty, Climate, and the Covid Pandemic. Joanna Macy is an eco-philosopher and a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology. Now in her very early nineties she has for decades helped transform despair and apathy into constructive change. As teacher, writer of eight books and antinuclear activist she has created frameworks for personal and social change. Joanna Macy is probably best know as the founder and root teacher of the Work That Reconnects. Thanks to Roshi Joan Halifax and the Upaya Zen Center and to Joanna Macy for their permission to broadcast this thought provoking and inspiring talk. LINKS: https://www.joannamacy.net/ and https://www.upaya.org/ CREDITS: Joanna Macy and the Upaya Zen Center DATE: June 21, 2020
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Joanna Macy: A Wiser, Braver World (Archive), Segment 1

2 meses ago
The Great Turning, Awakened Action Symposium On the Summer Solstice of 2020 Joanna Macy, from her home in Berkeley, spoke at the Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Buddhist monastery had called for Awakened Action and invited Women Leaders to Speak to Race, Poverty, Climate, and the Covid Pandemic. Joanna Macy is an eco-philosopher and a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology. Now in her very early nineties she has for decades helped transform despair and apathy into constructive change. As teacher, writer of eight books and antinuclear activist she has created frameworks for personal and social change. Joanna Macy is probably best know as the founder and root teacher of the Work That Reconnects. Thanks to Roshi Joan Halifax and the Upaya Zen Center and to Joanna Macy for their permission to broadcast this thought provoking and inspiring talk. LINKS: https://www.joannamacy.net/ and https://www.upaya.org/ CREDITS: Joanna Macy and the Upaya Zen Center DATE: June 21, 2020
Maria Gilardin

The Repository: The Repository_026, Segment 1

2 meses 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 faire. Please let us know if you are broadcasting this show - contact us at kzzh@accesshumboldt.net.
Access Humboldt

Back in the USSR: Confronting Sexual Violence, Segment 1

2 meses ago
This episode focuses on the epidemic levels of sexual violence in Canadian society today. When one in three women can expect to be sexually assaulted in her lifetime, we’re talking about a truly horrific situation that has deep structural roots in capitalist society and settler-colonialism.
Back in the USSR

The Children's Hour: Being A Leader, Segment 1

2 meses ago
This time on The Children's Hour, we learn from two people who have dedicated their lives to being leaders in their communities. First, the kids chat with Pierce Freelon, who is a multi-Emmy winning TV and movie producer, children's musician, educator, and city councilor in the city of Durham, North Carolina. Pierce talks about how he came to wear all these hats, and explains to us what it is a city councilor actually does. Then the kids meet Sonia Manzano, best known for her groundbreaking work as Maria on Sesame Street. Sonia has a new project coming out on PBS Kids, Alma's Way coming out on October 4, 2021. This show is mixed with excellent music, mostly selected by our guest DJ, Pierce Freelon. Learn with us!
Katie Stone

Radio Ecoshock Show: Can Europe Keep the Lights On This Winter?, Segment 1

2 meses ago
Natural gas price doubles in N. America and Asia, some factories closing, supply chain failures, and more coal killing the climate. From the Argus European Gas desk, Natasha Fielding reports on wild gas price spike and fears for a cold winter in Europe this year. Plus: why are floods not increasing with extreme rainfall events? Are we in for a nasty surprise? From Freiburg, Dr. Manuela Brunner with latest science on flood thresholds in the new climate.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Can Europe Keep the Lights On This Winter?, Segment 1

2 meses ago
Natural gas price doubles in N. America and Asia, some factories closing, supply chain failures, and more coal killing the climate. From the Argus European Gas desk, Natasha Fielding reports on wild gas price spike and fears for a cold winter in Europe this year. Plus: why are floods not increasing with extreme rainfall events? Are we in for a nasty surprise? From Freiburg, Dr. Manuela Brunner with latest science on flood thresholds in the new climate.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Can Europe Keep the Lights On This Winter?, Segment 1

2 meses ago
Natural gas price doubles in N. America and Asia, some factories closing, supply chain failures, and more coal killing the climate. From the Argus European Gas desk, Natasha Fielding reports on wild gas price spike and fears for a cold winter in Europe this year. Plus: why are floods not increasing with extreme rainfall events? Are we in for a nasty surprise? From Freiburg, Dr. Manuela Brunner with latest science on flood thresholds in the new climate.
Alex Smith

2 Bulls in a China Shop: 09-25-21: Please Define Transitory, China Bans Cryptocurrency, Segment 1

2 meses ago
In this week's episode, Kyle and Dan discuss the latest housing report and the Fed meeting before taking a closer look at the semiconductor shortage. In stocks and trading, the guys talk about a couple stocks they're watching before Dan opens up about a frustrating lotto Friday play. Over in the Crypto Corner, China bans all transactions and mining and in the US, bitcoin miners buy up more decommissioned coal plants. With only a week left in this month's bet, it's time to swing for the fences to try to catch random!
2 Bulls in a China Shop

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 539, Segment 1

2 meses ago
Radio Thrift Shop - homemade and homegrown radio from DJ who doesn't know the rules and can barely announce anyway. - Dig into DJ Frederick's musical themes (i.e. Forgotten 45's, private press LPS, library music and listen to seldom heard LPs, EPs, 45's, scratchy 78's, cassettes & cds - classic rock and pop, jazz, exotica, folk, acoustic, folk-rock, indie pop, lo-fi, psychedelic, jam bands, library, easy listening & just about everything else I dig out of the crates. Hopefully it all makes sense by the end of the hour. Occasionally these shows include documentaries or segments about the history and culture of music and/or radio. I invite your LPFM, Part 15, online or other radio project to include Radio Thrift Shop in your schedule. I've been on the air for 22 years at WSCS which is the "home base" for this show. WSCS broadcasts RTS Saturday evenings @10 pm eastern time in New London NH at 90.9 and online at classicalwscs.org. DJ Frederick wishes to express gratitude to all Radio Thrift Shop listeners and community / non-commercial radio supporters everywhere. Thank you for downloading this homemade homemade DIY show. WMNB-LP 107.1 in North Adams MA airs Radio Thrift Shop on Mondays at 6:00pm eastern time. Radio Thrift shop is now broadcast in New Orleans via WXDR-LP 99.1. Thursdays at 9 pm Eastern time. http://dolphinradio.org/ Radio Thrift Shop is heard on 92.7 WLSL-LP Saint Leo University Radio Sundays at Noon ET. Chiampa Radio broadcasts RTS Monday through Friday at 12:30 pm est - chiampa.org Listen to WLSL-LP online at: http://player.live365.com/a27373?l PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU ARE BROADCASTING THIS SHOW WHERE & WHEN SO THAT I CAN PROMOTE TO RADIO THRIFT SHOP LISTENERS. Musical requests or ideas for themes for future programs are welcomed at freeradioskybird@icloud.com Credits: Radio Thrift Shop is a homemade, homespun show created and produced by DJ Frederick (who clearly has a face for radio) and recorded on obsolete equipment. RTS has been broadcast continuously since 1999 on WSCS 90.9 in New London NH currently airing on Saturday evenings from 10 pm until midnight eastern time. DJ Frederick has been at WSCS for 22+ years & 46 years on the airwaves since walking into the studios at WUNH 91.3 in Durham NH. Notes: Radio Thrift Shop is DJ Frederick's two decade long (and counting) radio experiment. Radio Thrift Shop enjoys a freeform format & is an homage to the non-commercial era of broadcasts of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up listening to. RTS features a 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 features an improvised or thematic playlist from DJ Frederick's music shelf
Frederick Moe

Chilled Hip Hop Soul & Lo-Fi Beats: Chill Study (Chill Beats) Vol. 14 GK extended, Segment 1

2 meses ago
(1.) Go Getter (instrumental) - Adam Trap (2.) slippin - sndtrak (3.) DITC 4 Eva - MentPlus (4.) Back On - Bobb Catt The Legend (6.) A.D.'s Groove Part 3 - AMV --Chill Study Vol. 14-- (7.) Nodus - Scholezy (8.) In Depth - Desh ft. Odyssee LC and delaney (9.) Fomophobia - Moo Latte (10.) Push - KLIM Beats and Phil Tyler (11.) Shy Away Responsibly (instrumental) - Jack Wolff (12.) Start - AFTA-1 (13.) Away - KVNB (14.) Garden Party - Bugseed (15.) Rain Dropping on a Warm Evening - Skinny Bonez Tha Godfatha (16.) Nightcap - Peter Bark (17.) DeepInLove - Bugseed (18.) Beautiful - Soy Is Real (19.) roll models - Wun.Eye (20.) Coffee Rings - Still.Floating (21.) 1nE 4or DJ Glibstylez - I_Will Tunes (22.) tonight - fvo rta (23.) Ai, Art Official, Tho - Theory Hazit (24.) Jacquelyn - Brandon Meeks ft. Ernest Stuart (25.) Sayin` Sum` - loocid (26.) Meditate More - Aywee Tha Seed - (27.) Real Eyes - RichiLofi
Gamma Krush

indigenous in Music with Larry K: Indigenous in Music with Larry K – Desiree Dorion in our Spotlight Interview (Country), Segment 1

2 meses ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K. This week Larry welcomes our guest back from Dauphin, Manitoba, country musician Desiree Dorion. She has been enjoying the success with the release of her newest album “Break the Chain.” And has just released a new single out called “Sometimes I Drink.” Read about her and hear her music on the web at at desireedorion.com. Music from Desiree Dorion, John McLeod, Laura Niquay, Eadse, Gina Loring, Campo, Bomba Estereo, Nancy Sanchez, Latin Vibe, Crystal Shawanda, Esther Pennell, QVLN, The Eagle and The Raven, Midnight Shine, Joey Nowyuk, The Jerry Cans, Shauit, Sly Mestokosho, Mike Paul, Twin Flames, Julian Taylor, 1915, Midnight Sparrows, Hour Eleven, Stevie Salas, Indian City, nehiyawak, The Northstars, Kinky and much much more. Find us on our home page at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and our music page at www.IndigeousinMusic.com, were the for you 24/7/365.
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