Radio Free Radical

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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. 24.09.17)
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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.
In a world rife with military conflict, the Iran nuclear deal is cited as an example of
diplomacy at work. It seems clear that Donald Trump wants to destroy the deal, in part by
misrepresenting it. How should reporters cover White House maneuvers to depict Iran’s
compliance as non-compliance, and make clear what’s at stake? We’ll talk with The
Intercept‘s Murtaza Hussain about that.
Inhuman heat predicted by new science from Europe. Lead author Simone Russo explains 55
degree C (131 F) heat for U.S., India & China. From Ottawa, climate scientist Paul Beckwith walks
us through the forces behind record storms, fires, and floods.
Hedges discusses the corporate attack on the American people and on the "liberal" institutions that helped
empower the people. In Part 1 he discusses how things got to their current state. He explores the mass-propaganda
machine created during World War I, the rise of the Public Relations industry, the campaign against labor unions and
other liberal institutions, militarsm, the replacement of traditional American values with corporate values, and the
sell-out of the Democratic Party.
BCFM Politics Show (1st hour):.  Investigative reports: Parsons Road terror bomb in London – malfunctioned
before it went off properly – false flag terrorism.  Yemen – 5000 minimum civilian deaths – Saudi Arabia in Yemen
and Syria.  Two Neo-Nazis in British Army charged - US Airlifts ISIS-Daesh Terrorists in Syria for 2nd Time in a Week:
Monitor.  North Korea – missile test over Japan. Brazil's new government has been racketeering. 6000 troops to
Afghanistan.  South Korea can't say no to US influence – people protesting on street. Russian Embassies closed in
USA. Empires rising and falling – will US Empire fail like the Roman Empire?
This Week in Palestine feature a talk by Miko Peled, Israeli activist for Palestinian
freedom and author of  The General's Son.
Two women have stood up to Kagame’s dictatorship in Rwanda, Victoire
Ingabire and Diane Rwigara. Both were blocked from running for President,
facing intimidation and eventual arrest. Victoire is in her seventh year in prison
and Rwigara and her family are basically in custody.

The public has to be told about this injustice, which has US-UK support.

Anne also warns that writers/commentators should avoid comparing Kagame
and Kim Jung-un and other alleged designated “bad guys”, such comments
only bring confusion rather than clarity.
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
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:  In an interview recorded in the summer during his tour stop in Winnipeg Tyler Shipley, the author of
'Ottawa ad Empire: Canada and the Military Coup in Honduras' addresses questions of the strategic importance of Honduras for imperialist
powers, the progress of social movements cut short by the coup of 2009, Canada's precise role in enabling the coup, and the the special
interests that have profited
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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”.
The Taylor Report
Two hours of intelligent, thought- provoking Talk Radio
that really inspires us to think 'outside the box'.
format, 32 kbps
PART 2:    The many remembrances that were written about John Trudell after his passing on December 8,
2015, showed the extraordinary width and depth of his engagement. Most know of his music and poetry, or of
the films that he participated in. Not everybody knew that up to 1979 writing and performing was not even a
thought or plan or dream of his.
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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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9-11 Wake-Up Call.    The War on Independent Media
Scott Shapiro and Oona Hathaway on How Outlawing War Changed the World
Scott J. Shapiro is the Charles F. Southmayd Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at Yale Law
School, where he is the Director of the Center for Law and Philosophy.Oona  OOna A. Hathaway is the Gerard
C. and Bernice Latrobe Smith Professor of International Law at Yale Law School and the Director of the Center
for Global Legal Challenges. She has published essays and opinion pieces in The New York Times, The
Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, and Foreign Policy.