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Radio Ecoshock Show: Runaway Glaciers & Sinking Cities, Segment 1

1 mois 2 semaines ago
Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica: nothing can stop ice larger than England sliding into the sea to flood coastal cities around the world. While the sea is rising, land is sinking under 1 in 5 people. If you want the big picture behind the future, dont miss geoglaciologist Sridhar Anandakrishnan from Penn State, and Dr. Devin Galloway from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Runaway Glaciers & Sinking Cities, Segment 1

1 mois 2 semaines ago
Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica: nothing can stop ice larger than England sliding into the sea to flood coastal cities around the world. While the sea is rising, land is sinking under 1 in 5 people. If you want the big picture behind the future, dont miss geoglaciologist Sridhar Anandakrishnan from Penn State, and Dr. Devin Galloway from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Runaway Glaciers & Sinking Cities, Segment 1

1 mois 2 semaines ago
Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica: nothing can stop ice larger than England sliding into the sea to flood coastal cities around the world. While the sea is rising, land is sinking under 1 in 5 people. If you want the big picture behind the future, dont miss geoglaciologist Sridhar Anandakrishnan from Penn State, and Dr. Devin Galloway from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Alex Smith

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Indigenous in Music with Larry K – Herbie Barnes in our Spotlight Interview (Jazzy, Pop, Country) Hour 1, Segment 1

1 mois 2 semaines ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week our guest comes to us from the Manitoulin Island, Herbie Barnes is in the house. He has been enjoying the success on stage and on film as director and actor, and now brings to us his debut musical release “Faded Pages.” Herbie Barnes, he is featured in our current issue of the SAY Magazine, stop by our homepage and read all about him and hear his music on Spotify. Music from Herbie Barnes, Gabby Taylor, Adrian Wall, Shylah Ray Sunshine, Bomba Estereo, Orishas, Jose Feliciano, Wolfsheart, DJ Shub, Frikstailers, Mike Bern, Hour Eleven, Phil Collen, Crown Lands, Iskwe, Rellik, Nathan Cunningham, Blue King Brown, Carsen Gray, Red Rockerz, Nimkish, Stolen Identity, Angel Baribeau, Eadse, Jace Martin, Samian, Def-i, Ariano, Elastic Bond, Joey Stylez, QVLN, John McLeod and much much more. Visit us on our music page at IndigenousinMusic.com and our homepage at indigenousinmusicandarts.org. We have underwriting opportunities available. Indigenous in Music, a non-profit, section 501(c)(3).
Anonymous

WHFM: Herman's Radio & Record Room #13, Segment 1

1 mois 2 semaines ago
My dad Herman Frederick Moe was a radio engineer & TV repairman, a country & western "cowboy singer" and rustic guitar player. He performed in the late 1930’s on live radio before he enlisted in World War II as a radio-telephone technician. This show is my homage to him. My father loved the other side of radio as well – the listening side – it kept him company during many lonesome nights in the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s & 60's. From my imagination to your ears – it’s WHFM – vintage music from mid century America. This is music that I believe he would have enjoyed.
Frederick Moe

Taylor Report: Trump is rightly mocked, but why did Canada follow his orders?, Segment 1

1 mois 2 semaines ago
Phil discusses the Trump phenomenon and the eternal Groundhog Day of U.S. politics, and moves on to Canada the "middle power" and Meng Wanzhou. By ordering our obedient government to arrest Meng, Trump sabotaged Canada's multilateral trade policy, hurting our relationship with a rapidly booming economic powerhouse. We all call Trump a maniac, yet Trudeau obeys him. Had Trudeau challenged Trump, the Democrats would not have been in Trudeau's corner. There was no censorship of Trump by Facebook or Twitter when Trump brazenly announced on Twitter that he had assassinated war hero General Soleimani on Jan. 3, 2020, while he was on an official mission of peace to Baghdad at the personal invitation of the Iraqi PM. Trudeau has repeatedly stated he's not happy with Iran's handling of the accidental shooting down of a Ukrainian airliner over Tehran during the near-war that Trump touched-off. 4 of the '5-Eyes' countries issued a statement condemning Iran. Trudeau, however, did not condemn Trump's assassination of Soleimani. Nor has the media, which echoes Trudeau's every remark. Recall that Michael McCain, CEO of Maple Leaf Foods, was loud in blaming Trump for the disaster, which took the lives of members of the family of one of his employees. McCain correctly pointed out that there wouldn't have been an airline disaster without Trump's illegal assassination of Soleimani.
Anonymous

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 508, Segment 1

1 mois 2 semaines 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

Building Bridges: Part 2: Insurrection: A New Day of Infamy, Rooted in Centuries Old White Supremacy! , Segment 1

1 mois 2 semaines ago
This is Part 2 of a 2 Part Program. Part 1 was featured last week. Insurrection Part 2:: The Chickens Coming Home To Roost with Eric Ward, Ex. Dir. and Senior Fellow with Southern Poverty Law Center and Race Forward and Ex. Dir. of Western States Center, a national hub for innovative responses to white nationalism, and structural inequality Ward is a nationally-recognized expert on the relationship between authoritarian movements, hate violence, and building toward an inclusive democracy. While its a New Day of Infamy, its Rooted in Centuries Old White Supremacy! The far-right siege on the U.S. Capitol has been called unbelievable, shocking, and beyond imagination, but, lets not forget the attacks on statehouses around the nation and all the symbols hate deployed (guillotine, hangmans noose, confederate and Nazi iconography), though they received far less coverage. The playbook for the Maga invasion of the nations Capitol building has been developing for years in plain sight, at far-right rallies in cities like Charlottesville, Berkeley and Portland, and then, in the past year, at state capitols across the country, where heavily armed white protesters have forced their way into legislative chambers to accuse politicians of tyranny and treason. While what happened was outrageous and wrong, was it really unbelievable? The far rights fears about replacement of the white race and outsider invasions have become standard tropes at conservative media outlets, and its anger is routinely stoked by the president of the United States and his cronies. White nationalism is closer to the mainstream of American politics than ever before. This is a dangerous and scary time, but it is not the first, and wont be the last eruption of the white supremacist violence we experience. Lets not get fooled thinking the 25th Amendment, Impeachment, prosecutions of insurrectionists and/or those in power who incited violence/sedition will end this. Historians are rightly making connections to the civil war, including declaring the confederacy finally stormed the Capitol. But white supremacy goes deeper than the civil war and pre-dates slavery " it is foundational to the U.S. settler state. So, instead of being shocked, this time, lets learn our history and lets start showing up for racial justice, against poverty and for economic justice, as internationalists and against militarism, and live that credo and standing firmly against red-baiting
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg