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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
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.21.09.18)
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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.
Adding to the ravages brought to Puerto Rico by hurricanes Irma and Maria was the failure of
the island’s communications systems; with virtually all cell sites down, many people were
unable to call for help or to check on others. A year later, the system is not fully restored.
What’s more, the US government shows little interest in finding out what went wrong, or how
to prevent it happening again.
Our institutions fail just as the first waves of a broken climate arrive. We get that story,
and the Resistance, from our first guest Stuart Scott. Then we explore the latest
science about a feedback from thawing Arctic Permafrost, with our second guest,
European scientist Thomas Gasser.
Australian climate scientist Tim Flannery reviews some new, cutting-edge approaches to restraining or halting global
warming. Flannery opposes risky "geoengineering" schemes. But the new, "Third Way" approaches, he says, are
different. Based on natural processes, they actually remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. These new
technologies--combined with a shift from fossil fuels to wind and solar power--give us some reason to hope that climate
catastrophe may be averted.
Unwelcome Guests:
On The Rise and Fall of US Corporatocracy (Fascism, The Corruption of Democracy & The Family)
We examine the rise of fascism in the USA in the last century. Chris Hedges and Richard Wolff detail how US
corporations conspired with the US deep state in an effort to destroy the family and liberal democratic
government, even while championing "family values" and "democracy". We also hear about the 1934 US Business
Plot, a failed fascist coup which FDR helped to cover up after reaching a compromise with the Wall St. plotters.
Brendan speaks with Corey Balsam and Geneviève Nevin, who are organizing the Independent
Jewish Voices 10th Anniversary Conference. We discuss the role and direction of IJV, creating
an alternative for Jewish youth, and efforts to enhance solidarity with the Palestinian people
(through such means as encouraging political parties to support BDS) in Canada.
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
very best of alternative,
independent political / social justice
championing / status
quo-challenging audio media in a
truly innovative form - live-streamed
online in real time. 12 hours of
programming rolls over 2 times in a
24-hour period, so that no matter
where you live in the world, the
scheduling should suit you, and
bringing you as diverse a range of
first rate alternative audio media as
     Global Research Newshour: This week's Global Research News Hour examines the underlying currents pushing the presidency
in the direction of a hard right wing admirer of past dictatorial governments. We'll also place these developments within a larger
geopolitical context. Guests include the noted veteran Brazilian journalist Pepe Escobar and Professor Michel Chossudovsky of the
Centre for Research on Globalization. We will also get the perspective of a Brazilian political activist and student currently living in
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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”.
Unusual Sources
Two hours of intelligent, thought- provoking Talk Radio
that really inspires us to think 'outside the box'.
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Michael Parenti, The Supremely Political Court
Archival, updated 2018 to reflect Trump’s Supreme Court – In his extraordinary 26 minute history of the Supreme
Court Dr. Michael Parenti warned us in 1995 that this partisan, aristocratic institution might one day empower an
autocratic president. It seems that time has come and two Trump appointees, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh,
can push the scales of justice in favor of their politics. Unless there is a groundswell to question and change the
legal rules of that institution. Why is so much power being given to 9 unelected, non term limited judges.
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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Peter Kuznick on the Anti-Base Struggle in Okinawa
Peter Kuznick is Professor of History at American University, and author of Beyond the Laboratory:
Scientists As Political Activists in 1930s America, co-author with Akira Kimura of Rethinking the
Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Japanese and American Perspectives
Despite Being Installed on the U.S. Supreme Court, the Kavanaugh Fight is Far From Over;
Immigrant Children Facing US Deportation Proceedings Get Help from Pro-Bono Lawyers; Fight For
15 Organizes Strikes, Protest Actions in Seven States Advocating Unionization and a Living Wage
9-11 Wake-Up Calll:     9-11 REVIEW PART 2:
In this show you'll hear a speech by Willie Rodriguez, a Janitor in the WTC towers on 9/11, describe his
experience and the bombs going off in the basements of the WTC prior to the planes hitting the buildings.