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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!
More cutting-edge
investigative news from
KPFA
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  
OCCASSIONAL
News, views and comment on
people, parapolitics and the planet
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Talk Nation Radio






Counterspin






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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.
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"Guns & Butter" investigates the
relationships among capitalism,
militarism and politics
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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.
As Americans celebrate a fairly tale about the relationship between Native Americans and settlers,
actual Native Americans are mourning the pollution of more of their land, and lives, by fossil fuels. The
November 16 spill of more than 200,000 gallons of oil from the Keystone pipeline occurred adjacent to
the South Dakota reservation of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate tribe. The inevitability of such spills is,
of course, only one of many reasons millions of people resist pipelines.
What you don't know can kill you...how our bodies react in heatwaves. New science from
Camilo Mora, University of Hawaii. Second warning from 15,000 scientists: Dr. William Ripple,
the man who started it. Adapting to extreme rains: "sponge cities" with futurist Chelsea Bohd.
In his last years, socially-engaged comedian George Carlin seemed less angry, more resigned, and shrewd as ever
as he observed American politics and culture rushing to hell in a handbasket. Our show presents some of Carlin's
last performances and parts of an interview--plus a Carlin-like song by David Rovics.
Economic Update / Voices of the Middle East & N. Africa
Economics Professor Richard D. Wolff and guests discuss the current state of the economy,
locally and globally. The program explores alternative ways to organize, markets, and
government policies
: This program is devoted to some of the reasons why police in the United States kill and who
the dead are. Of the 1,100 killings by police in the United States in the year 2015, 85% were a
result of a fatal shooting. 95% of those victims were male.  The death rates for African Americans
and Native Americans are twice their share of the population.

Our guest in this first of a two part series on why police kill, is Franklin E. Zimring a law professor
at the Boalt Hall Law School at the University of California at Berkeley.  He is also the author of
“When Police Kill.” Zimring’s conclusions, based on evidence garnered from the empirical
research revealed in his book show: 1) “Police use of lethal force is a very serious national
problem in the United States”; 2) “Killings by police are a much larger problem in the United
States than in any other developed nation, in large part because of widespread ownership and
use of handguns which increase the vulnerability of police to life-threatening assault;” and 3)
“Police killings are a very specific problem that can be effectively controlled without major
changes in the performance or the effectiveness of police.”  This third point is the topic of part
two in this series. And, for the sake of full disclosure, Frank Zimring and I have been friends
since our early years in elementary school. Frank Zimring and I visited by phone from his office
at Boalt Hall Law School in Berkeley, California on November 17, 2017.   We began our
conversation when I asked him to discuss policing as a governmental function.
Our special half-hour slot that brings you something different
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Global Research Newshour:   On the occasion of the anniversary of the start of the infamous Maidan uprisings, the Global
Research News Hour delves into the politics and economics of the Ukraine crisis, the role of the international community in ameliorating
or exacerbating the situation, and the prospects for peace or more war in the future. Guests include Ruslan Dzarasov - Head of the
Department of Political Economy at Plekhanov Russian University of Economics in Moscow, and Roger Annis - Socialist, writer and
editor of NewColdWar.org.
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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
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Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz on the Doctrine of Discovery
In 1455 Pope Nicholas V issued to the King of Portugal the bull Romanus Pontifex, sanctioning and promoting the
conquest, colonization, and exploitation of non-Christian nations and their territories. This became the Doctrine of
Discovery that is amazingly still enforced today and enshrined in US Federal law. Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz explains the
doctrine in this Part One of Three programs. This program is based on a talk she gave at the Lannan Foundeation.
The Lannan Foundation in Santa Fe, apart from awarding grants, presents speakers of extraordinary intellect and
passion – among them just in 2017 Terry Tempest Williams, Glen Geenwald, Arundhati Roy, Óscar Martínez and
Marlon James. Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz spoke on October 11, 2017.
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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Talk Nation Radio: Chip Gibbons on Felony Prosecutions for Protesting Trump
Chip Gibbons is policy and legislative counsel for Defending Rights & Dissent, as well as a journalist. His work has
been featured in the Nation and Jacobin. He has contributed to the Henry Kissinger Files, forthcoming from Verso
Books. His recent article in the Nation is called “The Prosecution of Inauguration-Day Protesters Is a Threat to
Dissent.”
NEW!
Deep Cuts to Medicare Triggered by GOP Tax Reform Bill; Nebraska Regulators Approve
Keystone XL Pipeline, But Activists Say the Fight is Far From Over; FCC Removes Ownership
Rules Allowing Right Wing Network to Reach 72% of US Households
9-11 Wake-Up Call: This is a replay of an interview with James Douglass in 2010 on his
book "JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died & Why it Matters." The facts don't change.
The interview also includes a conversation about 9/11.