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Sea Change Radio: Paul Wheaton Pt. I: Home Heating Solutions, Segment 1

16 小时 47 分钟 ago
Many of us are spending a whole lot more time at home these days, and are consequently knee-deep in a bunch of home improvement projects. A great area for home improvement that may not be on your mind in July, but will surely be a pressing concern in a few months when those utility bills begin to rise, is heating. This week on Sea Change Radio, the first half of our discussion with author and sustainability expert Paul Wheaton about his new book, How To Build A Better World In Your Backyard. He outlines some innovative ideas on home efficiency, including warming up our bodies rather than the air in our homes, and the advantages of using a rocket mass heater. We also touch upon next week's topic, gardening and permaculture.
Sea Change Radio

This Way Out: Burned Into Memory + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

19 小时 57 分钟 ago
LGBTQ pioneers and the fire *that* time; pre-Stonewall activism shines in “A Queer Serial”; Russians elect Putin for life and embed inequality, Gabon’s Senate seconds the lower house’s sodomy law repeal, E.U. member-seeking Montenegro enacts civil partnerships, India opens the door for transgender cops, rainbows wave with Pride in a defiant Spanish town, and more LGBTQ news from around the world!
Lucia Chappelle

Latin Waves : Latin Waves Interviews Silvia Federici , Revolution at Point Zero, Segment 1

1 天 ago
Latin Waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Silvia Federici about her latest book: Revolution at Point Zero: Housework, Reproduction, and Feminist Struggle. The struggle to make visible how the Capitalist system depends on the unwaged reproductive labour of women. How the revolution must include both the liberation of men and women from exploitation. She speaks of the challenges, victories and alternatives. Silvia Federici is a feminist writer, teacher, and militant. In 1972, she was cofounder of the International Feminist Collective, which launched the Wages for Housework campaign internationally.
latinwaves@gmail.com

This Week In Palestine: Israel's brutal murder of Ahmed Erakat; Zionist attempts ..., Segment 1

1 天 2 小时 ago
We begin this week with the voice of Noura Erakat, a frequent guest on This Week In Palestine. She is a Palestinian attorney and professor at Rutgers University, and the cousin of Ahmed Erakat. Ahmed, 27, was recently gunned down and left unattended to bleed to death at a checkpoint on the West Bank, on his way to pick up his sister on her wedding day. He himself was to be married in the very near future. That checkpoint, like many others, cannot even remotely be claimed to protect Israelis from Palestinians. Its entire purpose is to make life more difficult for Palestinians traveling within non-Israeli Palestine. We present this story's recent coverage on Amy Goodman's Democracy Now. We then return to the ongoing story of the attempts by the Zionist Lobby to silence voices critical of Israel on US Campuses across this country. It doesn’t end. And our coverage of this struggle will not end as long as it continues. Today we feature Prof Hatem Bazian of the University of California in Berkeley, along with two members of Students for Justice in Palestine at Tufts University discussing this assault on free speech with Dale Sprusansky, editor of the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

Chicago Protests Continue - Cops Out of Chicago Schools -They Dont Make US Safe, Segment 1

1 天 17 小时 ago
Press conference ahead of march and rally demanding Cops Out of Schools; the Board of education would soon vote on cancelling or continuing the 33 million dollar contract that puts armed CPD officers into certain schools. Parent Laurentio Howard speaks about the continuing trauma experienced by his daughter Dnigma, after she was attacked by two Chicago Police Officers. He is followed by education activist Rod Wilson, Local school councilor Bobbie Brown , CPS Social Worker Alyssa Rodriguez and Chicago Teachers Union VP, Stacy Davis Gates. The helicopter overhead drown out reporters questions, but they can be understood from the responses. Videos in notes shows the event. It is a fact that Chicago police routinely lie and falsely charge black teens and worse. There is too long a history of that, which is why the public demand for Community control of the police: CPAC.
Dale Lehman/WZRD

UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly): UpFront Soul #2020.27-July 6-12 hr 2, Segment 1

1 天 18 小时 ago
Sarah Vaughan will bring us her version of the Stephen Sondheim anthem Send in the Clowns, a theme song appropriate to the circus that is 2020, plus well hear other artists whove graced the stage at the Montreal Jazz Festival over the years, including Oscar Peterson, Abbey Lincoln, and Dominique Fils-Aime. Well hear a movement-building set with songs from Jay Nemor, Speedometer feat. James Junior, and Nina Simone, plus well hear songs of freedom from Kim Weston, Arrested Development, and Navasha Daya.
Sanguine Fromage, WERU-FM

UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly): UpFront Soul #2020.27-July 6-12 hr 1, Segment 1

1 天 18 小时 ago
Sarah Vaughan will bring us her version of the Stephen Sondheim anthem Send in the Clowns, a theme song appropriate to the circus that is 2020, plus well hear other artists whove graced the stage at the Montreal Jazz Festival over the years, including Oscar Peterson, Abbey Lincoln, and Dominique Fils-Aime. Well hear a movement-building set with songs from Jay Nemor, Speedometer feat. James Junior, and Nina Simone, plus well hear songs of freedom from Kim Weston, Arrested Development, and Navasha Daya.
Sanguine Fromage, WERU-FM

New World Notes: #644 -- Sir! No Sir! (Part 1) (R), Segment 1

1 天 19 小时 ago
David Zeiger's fine video documentary (U.K.version), adapted to radio. How rebellion by America's active-duty soldiers and sailors made the U.S. end the Vietnam War. Current reflections by antiwar veterans and others--some famous, some obscure--mix with period newscasts and other recordings. The famous ones include Army physician Dr. HOWARD LEVY, Army "Green Beret" Sgt. DONALD DUNCAN, and actor & activist JANE FONDA.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #644 -- Sir! No Sir! (Part 1) (R), Segment 1

1 天 19 小时 ago
David Zeiger's fine video documentary (U.K.version), adapted to radio. How rebellion by America's active-duty soldiers and sailors made the U.S. end the Vietnam War. Current reflections by antiwar veterans and others--some famous, some obscure--mix with period newscasts and other recordings. The famous ones include Army physician Dr. HOWARD LEVY, Army "Green Beret" Sgt. DONALD DUNCAN, and actor & activist JANE FONDA.
Kenneth Dowst

Radio Ecoshock Show: HEAT STROKE: When Heat Kills (replay), Segment 1

1 天 19 小时 ago
While we keep pumping up greenhouse gases, and the economy staggers toward the exits, could it get so hot that large parts of the heavily inhabited Earth would have to be abandoned? I ask John Cook of Skeptical Science and Stuart Staniford of Early Warning: why are the public blissfully unaware of how heat kills? Scientist Mark Moffett tells us how ants adapt to climate. Will ants form the next civilization - after us?
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: HEAT STROKE: When Heat Kills (replay), Segment 1

1 天 19 小时 ago
While we keep pumping up greenhouse gases, and the economy staggers toward the exits, could it get so hot that large parts of the heavily inhabited Earth would have to be abandoned? I ask John Cook of Skeptical Science and Stuart Staniford of Early Warning: why are the public blissfully unaware of how heat kills? Scientist Mark Moffett tells us how ants adapt to climate. Will ants form the next civilization - after us?
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: HEAT STROKE: When Heat Kills (replay), Segment 1

1 天 19 小时 ago
While we keep pumping up greenhouse gases, and the economy staggers toward the exits, could it get so hot that large parts of the heavily inhabited Earth would have to be abandoned? I ask John Cook of Skeptical Science and Stuart Staniford of Early Warning: why are the public blissfully unaware of how heat kills? Scientist Mark Moffett tells us how ants adapt to climate. Will ants form the next civilization - after us?
Alex Smith

Seldom Heard Radio: Broadcast #808, Segment 1

1 天 22 小时 ago
Seldom Heard Radio is occasionally returning to the airwaves for Summer 2020 after many years on hiatus. Seldom Heard Radio is all about music & culture in the spirit of free radio. This is show number 808 since Seldom Heard Radio's first broadcast on WSCS in 1999.
Frederick Moe