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Radio Project Front Page Podcast Sat, 06 Mar 2021 23:00:37 PST
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All female artists from around the world this week in honor of International Women's Day: music from 19 countries across 6 decades
This is a semi-regular show (2 to 3 new per month) for the insanely stressed out times we live in. Gentle on My Mind is intended for non-commercial radio listeners featuring easy listening genres from the 1950's to the present. Slip into the mighty mellow with DJ Fred
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
Phil interviews Ryerson University's Prof. Murtaza Haidar, who visited China in 2018, and who is skeptical of claims by the House of Commons of a 'genocide' in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous region. He urges Parliament and all Canadians to visit China and the Uyghur autonomous region and do some serious fact-finding before making dangerous and foolish accusations.
We'll hear and celebrate the voices of women: Nina Simone, Roberta Flack, Joan Armatrading, and civil rights heroine Fanny Lou Hamer on this women's history month edition of UpFront Soul.
We'll hear and celebrate the voices of women: Nina Simone, Roberta Flack, Joan Armatrading, and civil rights heroine Fanny Lou Hamer on this women's history month edition of UpFront Soul.
Orange County's Brick Top Blaggers squeeze out a rippin' new single just in time for St. Patrick's Day. We've got the debut and the interview on Celt In A Twist.
One left turn after another ... just like NASCAR but way less predictable. Join us for wild ride on the global side with World Beat Canada!
This is a tweaked rebroadcast from July 12. It's a difficult time for Palestinians, but then again, under occupation, it's always a difficult time for Palestinians. That is why we continue to marvel at the resiliency and passion for their land that seems to buoy them to continue their resistance against great odds. We certainly see that in Amer Zahr, our presenter this week, who gives voice to that resiliency and resistance of his people. ...
Variations on a theme. KD explores why the Powers-That-Be try to suppress the word "capitalism." Economist Richard D. Wolff explores the public's growing disillusionment with the U.S. economic system and explores the prospects for change. We'll hear also a song by the late Anne Feeney: "Winter, Go Away." One line of the song--which implies that winter is warmer in Texas--inspires a preface on the death toll from Texas' profit-driven, un-winterized electric system. (Cont'd)
A 55 minutes 57 seconds Building Bridges Special for Women’s History Month Fannie Lou Hamer: Her Song on the Road to Freedom, a one woman play written, performed and song by the magnificent MZuri Moyo Aimbaye. Fannie Lou Hamer started picking cotton at age six and was forced to leave school at 12 to work full time. Rather than defeat her this would strengthen her resolve for the empowerment of her people and foretold her becoming the mother of the voting rights movement in the Mississippi Delta. Her courageous struggle for the right to vote was filled with danger and sacrifice. She lost her livelihood on the plantation she worked on and she would then lose her home. There were constant threats on her life, she was jailed, and brutality beaten. But she did win her right to vote and then went on to co-found the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and challenge the political power of the all-white Dixiecrats. Hamer helped organized Mississippi's Freedom Summer along with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and co-founded the National Women's Political Caucus, created to recruit, train, and support women to seek election. She lost her life to breast cancer at age 59 but her spirit is eternal.
This week’s radio show reveals recently discovered payroll deductions from ancient times, a carving from not so ancient times, we ponder who really needs who around here, we compare the incarceration experience in Canada and the United States, and for the feature we describe how crisis capitalism is going into overdrive. Hang onto your brains. It’s time for the Thunderbolt…
Stephen Gowans discusses the problematic relationship of the Canadian Parliament to the concept of "genocide."
This week on the Global Research News Hour, we examine the idea of the COVID crisis being a mask for the Elites to bring about changes on a global level that radically shift our lives in a way that benefits them. In the first half hour, Catherine Austin Fitts of makes her debut on the program, detailing her written report on the State of our Currencies: the End of Currencies. And in our second half hour, we hear from Mila Aleckovic-Bataille, a noted researcher into psychopathology and psychology about how the COVID measures brought in place are a form of Dark Psychiatric experiment.
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, Radio Havana Cuba, and Radio Deutsche-Welle.
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