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Radio Curious - Francis Moore Lappe — "Toward Understanding the Predicament"

40 minutes 52 seconds ago
There is a lot of discussion about hope in this time of the pending election for president. Francis Moore Lappe, author of, “Diet for a Small Planet,” discusses the need to give up certain old assumptions in her new book, “Getting a Grip: Clarity, Creativity and Courage in a World Gone Mad.” One path to abandoning old assumptions comes from curiosity, which is also a guiding principal for this program. When I visited with Francis Moore Lappe on Feburary 20, 2008, from her office in Cambridge, Massachusetts, we discussed curiosity and her reflection that she should have included “curiosity” in her title of, “Getting a Grip.” The book she recommends is, “The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe,” by Lynne McTaggart.
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

outFarpress presents - The Shortwave Report 07/19/24

6 hours 13 minutes ago
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK Japan, France 24, and Radio Havana Cuba.
Dan Roberts

worldbeatcanada radio - World Beat Canada Radio July 20 2024

9 hours 55 minutes ago
Pick your spot in the sun and spend an hour contemplating life with a global soundtrack. It's new music fresh from the source, with soulful debuts from Indian Man and Canadian Nigerian, Sojiii. Kayam opens the Atlas with their Falafel Pop. Our Album Cover Of The Week by Meridian Brothers hits with En El Caribe Estoy Triste and Martin Buscaglia ponders the Brain, Orgasm, Envy & Sofia. Keeping time with the beat of the world on World Beat Canada Radio!
Cal Koat

Global Research News Hour - Escaping the Enshittoscene: A Lecture by Cory Doctorow

12 hours 16 minutes ago
This week on the Global Research News Hour, we air a special lecture delivered by science fiction author, blogger, and journalist Cory Doctorow on Escaping the Enshittoscene. HE discusses the rapid, precipitous decline of every digital service we depend on, which he argues is designed by specific individuals. He also explains the changes the people can bring about delivering a new, better internet better able to confront genocide, environmental collapse, and rising fascism. It was sponsored by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Manitoba Branch, and radio station CKUW.

The Repository - The Repository_158

12 hours 57 minutes 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 fare. Please let us know if you are broadcasting this show. Our host, Jack Bailey will give your radio station a shout out! Email us at kzzh@accesshumboldt.net.
Access Humboldt

Taylor Report - Something about Alice Munro

1 day 3 hours ago
It was the media that betrayed us. In 2005 Munro’s husband pled guilty to abusing her daughter and our fragile ingrown bourgeois media and cultural elites thought it best not to inform us. And they want to know why people do not trust them?
Unusual Sources

- Salad Tossing Tips that will Change Your Life

2 days 2 hours ago
A serious time in the lounge today discussing political assassinations and assassination attempts. Dan, Ron, Amber, and Jaimelyn also play some fact checking time and end with some feel good news involving a new breeding pair of critically endangered Macaws.

Essential Dissent - Not on Our Dime

2 days 3 hours ago
The ongoing Israeli assault on Gaza has spurred a proliferation of US-based “charitable” organizations fundraising to support the Israeli military and violent settlers. New York-registered organizations are at the heart of this, sending tens of millions of dollars to fund war crimes waged by Israeli military units devastating Gaza and emboldened settlers expelling Palestinians from their homes. By allowing these groups to masquerade as charities, New York State is subsidizing Israel's illegal settlement expansion and state violence against Palestinians. It’s more urgent than ever to stop this flow of money, which is why we launched the Not On Our Dime! Campaign. We first introduced this bill in May of 2023, which was the most violent year on record for Palestinians in the West Bank, with an exclusive focus on prohibiting NY charities from funding Israeli settler violence. In May 2024 – one year later – we are expanding the bill’s scope in light of the surge in NY-based charitable organizations fundraising to support the Israeli military, which both domestic and international courts as well as legal experts have said is plausibly committing genocide in Gaza. The call has never been clearer: New Yorkers do not stand for funding war crimes or violations of human rights. An amazing Palestinian organizer, Jonathan Brenneman, who is a member of NYS statewide Not on Our Dime (NoOD) planning group, will lead the Saturday Teach-In. This is a great opportunity for our local community to prepare our summer and fall organizing strategies to stop NYS from subsidizing war crimes against Palestinians. Under the guise of a non-profit charitable organization NYS tax-exempt status, groups supporting Israel have been funding the building of illegal settlements and buying weapons for Israel. The settlements, built on stolen Palestinian land, have been deemed illegal under international law. We will learn about successful grassroots strategies in other districts, including community education, tabling, canvassing and mobilizing. Each of us can become informed, effective activists in the campaign to convince our state legislators–Assembly Member, Anna Kelles and Sen. Webb - to co-sponsor the NoOD bill.
Essential Dissent

Voices of the Community - Arts as Healthcare Ep 2

2 days 4 hours ago
Join us for a discussion on the powerful intersection of art and health, featuring experts from Stanford University, Art Pharmacy, and Johns Hopkins, University of San Francisco and NeuroArts Blueprint. Discover the evidence-based impact of arts on well-being and innovative programs integrating arts into healthcare. Join Nefesha Yisra’el from California for the Arts as she introduces our second episode, featuring a powerful panel discussion on the intersection of arts and health. This episode is part of our exclusive interview series with California for the Arts and their second annual State of the Arts Summit.
Voices of the Community

Sea Change Radio - John Stoehr: Customer Service Politics and the ’24 Presidential Election

2 days 5 hours ago
No matter what your current stance may be on the upcoming presidential election, the past few weeks of debate debacles and failed assassination attempts have definitely demonstrated that unforeseen events can happen. We still have several months between now and November, during which time the plot may continue to twist and turn. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with John Stoehr of The Editorial Board to get his insights into the calls for Democrats to replace President Biden on the ticket. In this free-flowing conversation, we unpack the problem with what Stoehr describes as a "customer service approach" to politics, learn why he believes third parties are a scam, and question polling data that have so many undecided voters in an election between two well-known quantities.
Sea Change Radio

TUC Radio - Europe’s Surge to the Right and the expansion of NATO

2 days 5 hours ago
Ghida Fakhry interviews Yanis Varoufakis about the new wave of nationalism sweeping across Europe. Fakhry is a Lebanese-British journalist. She was a lead anchor for the global news channel Al Jazeera English at its launch in Washington D.C. and now works with TRT World - a Turkish public broadcaster in English 24 hours a day. The former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis is an economist and acclaimed author. Since 2018, he has been Secretary-General of DIEM25, the Democracy in Europe Movement. That’s a left-wing pan-European political party that he co-founded in 2016. They spoke on Jul 12, 2024. The conversation was published on YouTube under the title: Tipping Point: Europe’s Surge to the Right That’s followed by a segment from the Grayzone on NATO. The Grayzone is an independent news website producing original investigative journalism on politics and empire. Max Blumenthal is an American author and blogger. He was a writer for The Nation and AlterNet and has contributed to the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. Aaron Mate is a Canadian journalist and producer and hosts Pushback on The Grayzone. He was a host and producer for The Real News and Democracy Now!. Aaron Mate and Max Blumenthal spoke on July 13, 2024. You can find the unedited segment of their exchange on the YouTube channel of the Grayzone under the title: NATO plans global conflict expansion at DC summit. DATES: 07/12/2024 and 07/13/2024
Maria Gilardin
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