Amplified Radio Network Show Hour 2: 1005 - Amplified Radio Network Show Hour 2, Segment 1

4 jours 20 heures ago
The Amplified Radio Network brings you the best in house and tech house from around the world updated weekly.Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's.If you have download problems here please visit our portal url Contact:
Amplified Radio Network

Amplified Radio Network Show Hour 1: 1005 - Amplified Radio Network Show Hour 1, Segment 1

4 jours 20 heures ago
The Amplified Radio Network brings you the best in house and tech house from around the world updated weekly.Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's.If you have download problems here please visit our portal url Contact:
Amplified Radio Network

Indy Radio Garden: Indy Radio Garden 5, Segment 1

4 jours 21 heures ago
Today we have a selection from Germantown's highly regarded jazz musician Monette Sudler and Trapeta Mayson, poet Laureate of Philadelphia. And interviews with two labor organizers of the Warehouse Workers for Justice (WWJ), Bobby Frierson and Mark Balentine, who are fighting to organize workers and defend their rights in the midst of the pandemic, without guarantees, suffering workplace harassment, and many times dismissal for retaliation for organizing themselves.
Prometheus Radio Project, CIMA

A Critical Ear: A Critical Ear 2021-02-24, Segment 1

5 jours 2 heures ago
Monthly radio show featuring interview with Dr Brian Dolber of California State University-San Marcos, co-editor of a recent volume, published by Routledge, The Gig Economy: Workers and Media in the Age of Convergence. We discuss what is meant by the 'gig economy', organising efforts by workers in California and elsewhere, and the aftermath of Prop 22, and recent European court rulings. As always, we close out the show with Tadhg & Noah
Andrew Ó Baoill

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 512, Segment 1

5 jours 14 heures 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: Lawrence Ferlinghetti - End Of Industrial Civilization (Archive), Segment 1

5 jours 15 heures ago
TUC Archives - a 29 minute audio-documentary of a January 2010 art exhibition in the small former logging town of Willits, CA, with poems and paintings by Ferlinghetti; and collages, and photos from Indian reservations by Maria Gilardin. The re-broadcast of this documentary was scheduled to honor Lawrence Ferlinghetti on his 102nd birthday, March 24. City Lights Publishers just announced that he died last night on February 22nd, 2021. They said that: “He continued to write and publish new work up until he was 100 years old .. His curiosity was unbounded and his enthusiasm was infectious, and we will miss him greatly.” - I agree. Even though this is not the formal Obit Ferlinghetti deserves, I decided to present this documentary (produced in 2014) as scheduled. The exhibition, End of Industrial Civilization, would not have been possible without his paintings, his poetry and his ideas. Ferlinghetti even continued his engagement with the project and planned to collaborate to redo the exhibit under the title: Dismantling Industrial Civilization. The program opens with the Ferlinghetti poem: Wild Dreams of a New Beginning, written in 1974, about the mile high tidal wave that runs over Los Angeles which sinks like the Titanic, all lights lit; crosses the country to sweep Manhattan Island clean in 16 seconds. The washed land then awakes again to wilderness, and the Indians reclaim their canoes. That is followed by reflexions about Industrial Civilization from The Airconditioned Nightmare by Henry Miller and Kirkpatrick Sale’s article: Lessons from the Luddites. Followed by comments on Industrialization and self reliance from visitors to the opening reception at the Willits Center for the Arts - including the popular Sheriff of Mendocino. (Interviewed by KZYX programmer Annie Esposito) The program ends with a short biography of Ferlinghetti (up to 2014).
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Alex Gilbert on the Texas Blackouts, Segment 1

5 jours 16 heures ago
All eyes have been on the Lone Star State recently, watching the grim and undeniable impact of climate change on a population completely unprepared. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with energy market expert Alex Gilbert about the devastating power outages in Texas amid a record freeze. We learn about Texas’s unique power grid, look at what could have been done to prevent the massive blackouts, and examine policies around the globe that could help mitigate the effects of extreme weather events to come.
Sea Change Radio

The Michael Slate Show: Black History Special – Craig Steven Wilder, Ebony & Ivy, Exposing the Role of American Universities in the Enslavement of African People; Bob Avakian Shreds the Myth of Jeffersonian Democracy, Segment 1

5 jours 18 heures ago
Craig Steven Wilder, talks about “Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities,” which uncovers the truth about race, slavery and the academy. Slavery funded colleges, built campuses, and paid professors. In an excerpt from his talk on “Communism and Jeffersonian Democracy” Avakian talks about the myth of Jefferson's ideal society and the reality of slavery that was its backbone and continues to influence and shape America.
Michael Slate

This Way Out: 2011: US Wedding Equality Rehearsal, Segment 1

6 jours 14 heures ago
After decades of queer activists toiling in the civil rights kitchen, the table was ready to be set for marriage equality in the US ten years ago this week, when the Obama Administration decided to change course in its handling of marriage equality litigation. Our flashback from February 2011 includes Jon Daviddson of Lambda Legal explaining the implications of the revised Justice Department standard, Mary Bonauto of Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders recounting the stories of some of the plaintiffs involved, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney answering questions about the big announcement, Obama Campaign LGBT policy advisor Professor Tobias Wolff providing analysis of the move, and plaintiff Edie Windsor reacting to the decision. Just 15 months later, then-Vice President Joe Biden gave President Obama a shove into endorsing marriage equality. And in NewsWrap: The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights finds Jamaica’s anti-gay male sex laws in violation of LGBTQ constitutional rights, two Russian lesbian mothers denied asylum in Finland are vindicated by the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child, ILGA-Europe’s 10th Annual Review gives dire warnings, the Equality Act gets a new vote in the House but faces difficulty in the Senate, and 2020 reports tally shocking Brazilian transgender murders and skimpy reporting in the U.S. on anti-trans violence, and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by Melanie Keller and Michael Taylor Gray (produced by Brian DeShazor).
Lucia Chappelle

The Children's Hour: Growing With Kids, Segment 1

6 jours 22 heures ago
This time on The Childrens Hour we're growing with kids, in a visit with farmer Joseph Brophy Toledo from the Flower Hill Institute in Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico. We learn about their farming research lab and where kids fit in. We also meet Kateri Seva from the Albuquerque Public School Gardens program, and we learn about how gardens fit into the mission of education. Our friends from the Extinction Diaries have some hopeful news about White Rhinos. Weve also got excellent music on this show! Learn with us!
Katie Stone

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2021.03.00. Will Biden Mimic Buchanan, Hoover or The Weimer Social Democrats, Segment 1

1 semaine ago
We hear this every four years – this is the most crucial election, blah, blah, blah. Well ladies and gentlemen, consider what has occurred over the past four years, the culmination of which was the Capital storming on January 6th, a date that will live in infamy, and you will agree with me that this next four years is crucial to the destiny of this country. I have stated before the events this year that the 2020’s represent a shifting current, a turning into a possible new age, I impress that belief more sternly in this episode. Joe Biden, mediocre politician, but a man described by those who bought him off constantly as a man for the ordinary man; just an average Joe, as a slogan might have said in another era; has a horrifying choice ahead of him – be himself and invite history’s wrath, as both Hoover and Buchanan did; or inflict austerity and bring to fore the destiny of the Weimer Republic. Obviously there is a third way (snicker, third way, paging Bill Clinton) this Democrat can take but that would require him to truly live up to his “average Joe” manicure and let’s be real, do we really expect Joe Biden to invite the hatred from the ruling class as one former president did? No. But we can hope he doesn’t invite history’s wrath upon us or the end to this republic.
Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple