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Time of Useful Consciousness... presents the untold
story; the impact of big corporations on society
Talking up the reality - as opposed to the
mainstream media 'version' - of the 65-year
Israeli occupation of Palestine!
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investigative news from
Consistently superb interviews and
commentary from this revolutionary (literally!)
journalist, who has covered most the major
urban rebellions in the US since the mid 80's  
News, views and comment on
people, parapolitics and the planet
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Your online antidote to corporate media crap!
Talk Nation Radio


Radio Ecoshock

The Taylor Report / Takes on the World / Electronic Intifada Podcast

Between the Lines

Mumia abu Jamal's Radio Essays
/ You are the Resistance

The Michael Slate Show   /               Global Research Newshour

Flashpoints                Guns & Butter  

New World Notes         /          Vox Populi     

Taylor Report / 9-11 Wake-Up Call /

Building Bridges                                                        

This Way Out

Against the Grain

Takes on the World News / Redeye /
This Week in Radical History

This Week In Palestine

Unwelcome Guests  /  Dialect Radio /  Project Censored
Voices of the Middle East & North Africa / Economic Update

TUC Radio
First-rate interviews with those who present a real
understanding of our society and the forces that determine it.
This Week's Schedule (w.e.21.07.18)
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"Guns & Butter" investigates the
relationships among capitalism,
militarism and politics
Takes a cynical look at the garbage proffered by the
corporate media...and meticulously  'sorts it out'!
An uncompromising and hard-hitting look at the issues
affecting our environment and the forces that are wrecking it
Electronic Intifada's weekly roundup of
news and events in Palestine.
Award-winning public affairs show, providing a platform for
progressive organizations generally ignored or marginalized
by the mainstream media.
Journalist, activist, 'voice of the voiceless' ...and former
death row prisoner, 'Mumia abu-Jamal, provides another
superb commentary on the state and those who confront it.
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Political and social commentary exploring
the gap between what we want ... and
what they're trying to make us settle for
Challenging the Official Conspiracy Theory
with evidence ignored by the corporate media.
Focuses on labour, defined geographically and
conceptually, addressing the basic rights of workers
'north' and 'south', associated environmental issues
and the U.S. drive for global domination
Award-winning international gay and lesbian
rights radio magazine, airing on over 175
stations around the world.
A Washington Post poll from July 2017 found that one out of every three Washington, DC,
residents said they’d taken part in a protest against Donald Trump since his inauguration. That
number included half of the district’s white residents, half of people making more than $100,000 a
year, and a fifth of the respondents over the age of 65.
Will the Pacific ocean change-up called El Nino startle the world? Now predicted for winter 2018, it's
time for this Radio Ecoshock show on El Nino, the fear and the facts, first broadcast in 2014. Ends
with backyard farmer Luke Kimmel and his green bag of tips.
A powerful new talk by Progressive journalist/essayist Chris Hedges. Hedges argues that the
ruling elite--anticipating another collapse of the financial system they control--is fighting to
suppress all Progressive critiques of the system.
The Politics Show:  Investigative reports: Bob Nichols from Bristol against the Arms Trade discusses militarism and
arms firms in the city ahead of Sunday's walk around Bristol's arms firms which starts at 11am. Drones: A £1m military
drone flew over a packed primary school sports day - then there was a crash: The Watchkeeper drone crash was the
fifth to hit the troubled development project - and it has led alarmed villagers in Penparc, West Wales, to demand the
MoD change the flight paths of the unmanned aircraft.
Radio Curious continues a tour of New Bedford, Massachusetts, a safe haven to runaway slaves
from the south during the 1800's.
Imagine growing up in a tightly bound community of no more than 60 people who worked from
dawn to dusk and who were subjected to unimaginable indignities and torture. Why? Because
they were African Americans born into slavery in the United States prior in the first half of the
19th century. They hoped and dreamed of freedom, freedom to an unknown place; that freedom
served as a guide for those who risked their lives to flee the bondage.
Freedom for some was found in the seaport town of New Bedford, Massachusetts, where
escaped former slaves were welcome. New Bedford was the richest city in the world in the
1850s, a city run by Quakers and other abolitionists, who created a safe haven for black people
from the south. The 1,000 plus men and women who found refuge in New Bedford were more
than enough to hide the newcomers as they arrived. Often the men found work on the whaling
ships that ventured forth around the world from the New Bedford harbor. More can be learned
about whaling in New Bedford in a two part Radio Curious program here.
In this series about New Bedford as a safe haven on the Underground Railroad, we explore the
lives of freedom seeking ex-slaves who safely made the journey to the south east corner of
Massachusetts. In this, the second of a two part program, we continue our visit with National Park
Ranger Mark Mello. Part of Ranger Mello’s work is that of a tour guide interpreting the history and
stories of pre-civil war New Bedford. His interpretations focus on the bravery and dedication of
New Bedford residents at that time.
Our special half-hour slot that brings you something different
and interesting every week. As the intro to
used to have it..."anything can happen in the next half-hour"!
Radio Free Radical offers you the
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independent political / social justice
championing / status
quo-challenging audio media in a
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bringing you as diverse a range of
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            Global Research Newshour:  This week, as part of the Global Research News Hour's special summer series, we air two talks
from the University of Manitoba Geopolitical Economy Research Group's 2017 Revolutions Conference. Writer, trade union activist,
self-described socialist, and editor of the site speaks on some of the mis-conceptions about the Russian revolution that have
served to divide the Left 100 years later. He brings up the need for new class alliances to address climate change, and the role of revolution
in resisting imperialist domination.
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Established on the 9th of September 2001, two
days before "9-11".  Global Research rapidly
became a major news source on the New World
Order and phony Washington’s “war on terrorism”.
Radio Curious
Two hours of intelligent, thought- provoking Talk Radio
that really inspires us to think 'outside the box'.
format, 32 kbps
An independent movie on the question “Where does money come from?” already has had a huge two year success with
well over 2 million viewers on the internet. Now it is seeing another surge of interest because it also explains some of the
underpinnings of the current financial crisis.
Money as Debt by the Canadian Paul Grignon makes the case that only a small part of our money is created by the
government mint that prints or coins it. The vast majority of money is created by banks whenever a loan or mortgage is
made. Banks, which are private institutions, are given enormous power to make and manage the money supply.
Against the Grain is a radio and web media project whose aim is to provide in-depth
analysis and commentary on a variety of matters -- political, economic, social and
cultural -- important to progressive and radical thinking and activism.
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Francesco Duina on Why Poor People in the U.S. Believe Better-Off Countries Are Horrible Places

Francesco Duina is the author of Broke and Patriotic: Why Poor Americans Love Their Country.
If Confirmed, Trumps Supreme Court Nominee Will Threaten Civil, Womens and Worker Rights;
Amid Multiple Scandals Trump EPA Head Pruitt Resigns, Replaced by Coal Lobbyist; Lawsuit
Targets Psychological Harm Caused by Trump Separation of Migrant Children from Parents
9-11 Wake-Up Call:   The Left Forum banned all 5 panels on the Deep State so the organizers, in an
effort to not be silenced, created an online conference June 8-10. Mark Crispin Miller was the the
first speaker on the panel: Mockingbird 2.0: Propaganda, Fake News & Censorship. He discusses
how the "Left" is controlled.