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Feb. 19, 2024, 5:19 a.m.

February 18, 2024: Platinum anniversary

Feb. 19, 2024, 3:13 a.m.
It's Global A Go-Go's platinum anniversary -- the first episode of this program was broadcast 20 years ago this week; we celebrate by re-playing a bunch of songs from that very first show, plus new music from Franck Biyong, Newen Afrobeat and Otava Yo, a request for Hugh Masekela, a ticket giveaway for Flogging Molly and more

UpFront Soul #2024.06-February 20-26, 2024 hr 2

Feb. 19, 2024, 12:44 a.m.
We'll set the turntables ablaze in a disco inferno with smoldering numbers from Syl Johnson, Peter Brown, The Village People, and, of course, The Trammps. After that, we'll stretch out with a beautiful story-song from Khu.eex' and we'll stay on the lookout for a wanted man with The Voices of East Harlem.

UpFront Soul #2024.06-February 20-26, 2024 hr 1

Feb. 19, 2024, 12:37 a.m.
We'll set the turntables ablaze in a disco inferno with smoldering numbers from Syl Johnson, Peter Brown, The Village People, and, of course, The Trammps. After that, we'll stretch out with a beautiful story-song from Khu.eex' and we'll stay on the lookout for a wanted man with The Voices of East Harlem.

Broadcast 624

Feb. 18, 2024, 9:14 p.m.

2 Degrees by 2030 & Panic Politics

Feb. 18, 2024, 7:24 p.m.
As climate and civilization spin out of control, UK social researcher & psychoanalyst Paul Hoggett finds a key to retrogression and denial. His latest paper is "Reactionary States of Mind as the Holocene Ends". In the hottest February ever in Australia - over 45 C, 110 F in the shade - University of Western Australia Professor Emeritus Malcolm McCulloch just rocked science. A natural signal finds 1.5 degrees C is already behind us. 2 degrees of warming may arrive by 2030. Despite pushback, McCulloch makes a good case for a worse situation.

Episode 175 February 18, 2024 Exploring the history of popular music one record at a time

Feb. 18, 2024, 5:43 p.m.
This week we'll hear records by a jazz guy with no hair, a pianist with a lot of hair, the Soul Stirrers with their original lead singer (and Sam Cooke's mentor), Brad Strang shows off his vintage tricone National Steel guitar and one of the most successful rock 'n' roll songwriters ever makes a rare vocal appearance.

Episode 2024.03.00. Why Capitalism Has to Die Because it is a System Created to Promote and Maintain Minoritarian White Rule Over the World

Feb. 18, 2024, 3:26 p.m.
Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2024.03.00 Why Capitalism Has to Die Because it is a System Created to Promote and Maintain Minoritarian White Rule Over the World With Clips from Vox, Nathaniel Hylton, Market Power, Crash Course, Noah Zerbe & The Military Show So, the episode title doesn’t explain the entirety of the episode (surprise, right). The fact is, most people do not connect Racism and the idea of minoritarian global rulership with Capitalism, but the three have quite a bit to do with each other. Europe, as a hegemonic power, has gained its dominance through the utilization of Capitalism and its twin forces, Imperialism and Colonialism. As the world readies itself to shift away from that arrangement, Capitalism will become increasingly unimportant and unworkable. Why, because the fundamental purpose Capitalism has for existing is to enable the Minoritarian rule of Europe to continue uninterrupted. Every major aspect to Capitalism rests on this idea, though we have been taught to ignore this idea; in the final analysis, it is clear as day. Further, as the world begins to re-evaluate the principles its citizens would like to live under, Humanitarianism will dictate something more friendly to Human Social Cues and Humanities natural Community orientation; will have to be created as Capitalism’s profit first, consumption second, anti-democracy third and pro-individualistic, anti-communitarian forth; will prove to be to destructive to these needs for it to continue in use. What shall replace it, well that is to be answered; but it will be replaced. The lessons learned from it will be its greatest contribution to the future of this planet; as well as the scattered scars to this planet its overburdening created by its pursuit of its aforementioned principles. This is going to be the last major macro vision episode I publish for a while (notice the first three episodes published under the year 2024 had this as an unmentioned theme) but it won’t be the last this year. I have more topics to get to before the election season arrives. Hope you enjoy it.

(Episode 2023.AR.00 Part 1 and Part 2) Article Reaction (Before I Called these That) Test 00 to the Article, Designing A Better Regulatory State

Feb. 18, 2024, 3:10 p.m.
Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2023.AR.00 Article Reaction (Before I Called these That) Test 00, Part 1 to the Article, Designing A Better Regulatory State I have been trying to find the right time to begin posting these; unfortunately, I never could. Recorded during the first months in 2023, this was meant to be a one-off episode – series. But soon, after completing this two parter I found another article to read, which upon finishing it was supposed to be the last. . . .you see where this is going. After the third article read I readjusted my thinking and committed to producing these regularly, which I immediately failed on – till this year. I am publishing it now, nearly a year after I recorded it because I had to scrap three episodes I would have been releasing now (I didn’t like their content or structure). That all said, the title gives away the purpose and structure of the episode. I read an article titled “Designing a better regulatory state” and in real time give responses to what is written. Interesting to me is this article is written by a neocon (slash) libertarian, neither typically support regulation of any kind, as they believe this is an unholy infringement on corporate rights (as human-stand-ins) and the ability for the “market” to self-regulate itself. Admittedly the writing in this article is superb, especially in the earliest moments; its superbness enables me to present some much needed comments on the words used to describe (in opaque terms) the reality talked about and eluded to. Ultimately this entire exercise proved the viability of this series; be prepared for this commentary, it is everything my episodes usually are – and much much more. Enjoy. Article Reaction (Before I Called these That) Test 00, Part 2 to the Article, Designing A Better Regulatory State Welcome to the second part to this experimental episode, turned series. My intention, originally was to compress the entire article into one episode; but I realized that was unrealistic. My comments on the first part far exceeded my expectations, so here is Part 2. This portion starts with me reading the section, why we need a regulatory state. From this section I touch on a theme that underpins much of the work I do on this podcast, the theme is redemption. Conservatives, for the most part, have a hard time humbling themselves to the idea that they were wrong (paging Dr. Driftglass to the O.R for your award for Best Neurosurgeon) and that in their acknowledgement, they then must move quickly along the path to redemption; this requires a bit of humility and reconsideration of their previous actions, thoughts and statements. This article, turns out to be thematically structured for redemption. The author, though sometimes he seems to try to avert this, constantly castes off previous conservative thoughts on deregulation, most notably those describing any economic regulation as negative and harmful to the social dynamics economic institutions (corporations) utilize and engage with, to create the necessary profit their existence relies on to affirm their purpose for operating in a given society or community (not market for those are parasitic creations by those who see nothing beyond them but their usefulness in achieving the aims described previously, namely, profit). Okay, so I’m not a Capitalist, but I understand the importance of the economic institutions in maintaining social stability, hence why I never call for them to be torn down wholesale without a plan for replacing the. But I digress. Hope you enjoy this second part.

The Appalachian Sunday Morning with Danny Hensley

Feb. 18, 2024, 2:47 p.m.
The Appalachian Sunday Morning is a two hour all Gospel Music Radio program with radio station & program host Danny Hensley. The program is recorded live each Sunday morning while being broadcast on 91.7 FM Community radio and streamed world wide on and/or This week we'll enjoy a variety of wonderful songs from Jimmy Howson, Turning Ground, Authentic Unlimited, J.D.Crowe, Last Hour Bluegrass, Right Side, Dave Adkins Trio and more. This program is uploaded to SoundCloud,, radio4all, Podbean and iTunes to mention a few select sources for access to radio stations all across the globe.

The Gospel Gold Old Tyme Radio Hour With Danny Hensley

Feb. 17, 2024, 2:29 p.m.
The Gospel Gold Old Tyme Radio Hour is a weekly all Gospel music program with your Host - Danny Hensley. This week we'll feature songs to lift and inspire including songs from the new Kingsmen album, Unstoppable God, Jimmy Howson, Caroline Owens, The Lore Family, Mark Bishop, Backwoods Bluegrass and more. You can hear this program four times each week on or and 91.7 FM Community Radio. Wednesdays at 2 AM, Fridays at 12 AM, Saturday mornings at 8 AM and and Sundays at 11 PM - all times Eastern. Join us at 91.7 FM Community Radio and streaming at live365 under Southern Branch Bluegrass and and streaming with Voscast - Quick Link

Upbeat Music Hour Show 223

Feb. 17, 2024, 12:20 a.m.
Golden Oldies (60s, 70s, 80s, 90s)

Julian Assange's father John Shipton: 'US Deep State Pursuing Chaos agenda'

Feb. 16, 2024, 10:08 p.m.
– Bristol City Council new committee system once US-style mayor is ejected in May – Isaac Kneebone-Hopkins, freelance Bristol journalist, joins Tony and Martin. He has written articles for Tribune, and Bristol Cable. Recent UK by-elections. – Marvin’s ‘One City’ plan – what is it? Planning in Bristol – cutting down of trees. Labour Party zoom call during Covid story. Bristol Shows the Cost of Starmer’s War on Labour – Israel “allowed” October 7th Hamas’ attack in order to get a “green light to do whatever they bloody want”. Rochdale Labour candidate Azhar Ali said – Who is Labour’s former Rochdale candidate, what did he say and what’s the latest? Labour has withdrawn support from its Rochdale by-election candidate Azhar Ali – Starmer urged to suspend ALL Labour Councillors in meeting. Mike Katz, the chair of JLM, suggested that even attendance at the meeting could be enough to warrant suspension. – Marvin Rees, Sky News, on his friendship with Navalny, who died suddenly in Russian prison camp today on the first day of the NATO Munich Security Conference. – Bristol Planning Corruption 1: St. Mary le Port development Bristol DELAYED SIX MONTHS we’re rather pleased since we did a story last week about planning corruption – Bristol Planning Corruption 2: Government threatens Bristol council with planning takeover if it doesn’t improve The backlog of undecided planning applications is so big – Andre Kelin, Russian Ambassador to UK, interviewed on Sky News – UK, Russia relations – Trump. NATO expanding east. Ukraine conflict. – Bobby Kennedy junior – Biden is not fit to run for president RFK Jr: Jill Biden should suggest Joe step aside if his cognitive abilities are diminished – Julian Assange court case on 20th/ 21st February. John Shipton, Julian’s Dad, on what the court case is about, and the ongoing incarceration of his son. – Martin Summers appears to be in denial about King Charles’s key role appointing UK ministers, civil servants, military, judicial, intelligence and police chiefs. – Oh yes, and having his wife Diana murdered . – The Freedom of Information Act came into force in 2005. It says that anyone can request information and records held by any public body except HRH – Al Jazeera. Lt. Col. Peter Turner of IDF lying about IDF attack on Nasser hospital. – BBC PM presenter pushes Israeli on Nasser hospital attack. – Patients die at hospital as France warns Israel against ‘catastrophic’ Rafah attack – Julian Assange’s father John Shipton: ‘US Deep State Pursuing Chaos agenda’ – Julian Assang’s father John Shipton on US furthering CHAOS and how the deep state works. Drop the Charges on Assange says Amnesty. – Big High Court demo Tue 20th & Wed 21st Feb 24 to Free Julian Assange – Day X is here: The last chance in the British courts to stop Julian Assange’s extradition – Russian Artist Threatens to Dissolve $45 M. of Artworks by Picasso, Rembrandt if Julian Assange Dies in Prison – US Launches Airstrike in Somalia, Says Two al-Shabaab Killed – The US signed a deal on Thursday to build five new military bases for the Mogadishu-based government – Africom – But AFRICOM is notorious for undercounting civilian casualties, and US military operations in Somalia are shrouded in secrecy. AFRICOM lists as a key strategic objective – Matt Campbell on the court case over his brother’s death in twin towers on 9/11. legal site. We are the family of Geoff Thomas Campbell — our beloved son and brother – Jordan Durante on how the murder of his grandfather, a Freemason, was covered up, and when he tried to reopen the case, he had attempts on his life. – Modern Satanists proudly flaunt their reverence for genuine 19302 SS dagger – Frank Helman’s 1985 documentary The Occult Experience examines occultism (Satanism) – NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling

TBR 240216 - The Dream Killers*

Feb. 16, 2024, 7:22 p.m.
This week’s archive radio show features socialism in all its glory. Learn things they never taught you in school — it’s time for the Thunderbolt!

Sonic Café #376/Your Money Problems Might Just Be Genetic

Feb. 16, 2024, 6:04 p.m.
Sonic Café that’s Echosmith singing about cool kids, which is exactly what we all were ahh back in the day. So, hey welcome to the program, I’m your host Scott Clark and this is episode 376. This time the Sonic Café brings spins up a mix of snappy tunes pulled from the last 55 years. Listen for Break Your Neck, hard driving rock from the Len Price 3. Also Jefferson Starship from the Freedom at Point Zero album, the Supersonic Blues Machine, Rolling Stones from Bridges to Babylon, the iconic Tom Waits and of course more, including a trip back to 1968 in the Sonic Café time machine for a Deep Purple classic, listen for Hush, after the bottom on the hour. Oh and before we forget, are you one of those people who has perpetual money problems? Well, perhaps those problems are genetic. Comedian Ray DeVito is here to lay down his theory. All that and more straight ahead in another snappy mix of eclectic music, comedy and pop culture from that little radio café way out here in the Pacific Northwest. Here’s 2023 music from the great Pete Townsend, and as always, we’re the Sonic Café.

Zana Briski, Ross Kauffman – "Brothels of Calcutta, India"

Feb. 16, 2024, 4:15 a.m.
Originally Broadcast: March 15, 2007 Born Into Brothels “Born into Brothels” received the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 2005. A tribute to the resiliency of childhood and the restorative power of art, “Born into Brothels” is a portrait of several unforgettable children who live in the red light district of Calcutta, where their mothers work as prostitutes. The most stigmatized people in Calcutta’s red light district however are not the prostitutes, but their children. In the face of abject poverty, abuse, and despair, these kids have little possibility of escaping their mother’s fate or for creating another type of life. In “Born into Brothels,” directors Zana Briski and Ross Kauffman chronicle the amazing transformation of the children they come to know in the red light district. Briski, a professional photographer, gives them lessons and cameras, igniting latent sparks of artistic genius that reside in these children who live in the most sordid and seemingly hopeless world. The photographs taken by the children are not merely examples of remarkable observation and talent; they reflect something much larger, morally encouraging, and even politically volatile: art as an immensely liberating and empowering force. Devoid of sentimentality, “Born into Brothels” defies the typical tear-stained tourist snapshot of the global underbelly. Briski spends years with these kids and becomes part of their lives. Their photographs are prisms into their souls, rather than anthropological curiosities or primitive imagery, and a true testimony of the power of the indelible creative spirit. You can learn about this film and Kids with Cameras at I spoke with Zana Briski and Ross Kauffman in February 2005. Beginning the conversation first with Zana Briski, I asked her to explain what drew her to India before the concept of “Kids With Cameras” was even a dream. Zana Briski recommends “Secret Life of Bees,” by Sue Monk Kidd.

Indigenous in Music with Larry K - One Way Sky with Adrian Thompson in our Spotlight Interview (Rock) Hr 2

Feb. 16, 2024, 2:46 a.m.

Indigenous in Music with Larry K - One Way Sky with Adrian Thompson in our Spotlight Interview (Rock) Hr 1

Feb. 16, 2024, 2:45 a.m.
Encore: Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, on the show we welcome Adrian Thomas and his band One Way Sky. Together they form a 4 piece band, bringing us new and original rock and rock roll from the Tohono Nation in Arizona. They performed live at our “Indigenous Music Industry Night” Thursday, January 25th at the Whiskey Go Go. Read all about them at Enjoy music from One Way Sky, Logan Staats, Mike Bern, Nadjiwan, Shawn Michael Perry, Stevie Salas, La Ley, Midnight Shine, Pura Fe, Shylah Ray Sunshine, Graeme Jonez, Soleil Launiere, Ana Tijoux, Chantil Dukart, Stolen Identity, Giovanny Laguado, Chris Ferree, Qacung, Indian City, Irv Lyons Jr, Janel Munoa, Garret T. Willie, The Bloodshots, Tito & Tarantula and much more. Visit us on our home page to learn about us and our programs at, check into our Two Buffalo Studios and our SAY Magazine Library to find out all about our Artists and Entrepreneurs.

Redwood Wonk_02142024

Feb. 15, 2024, 11:43 p.m.
Eric Kirk and David Frank discuss the politics of the day.

Celt In A Twist February 18 2024

Feb. 15, 2024, 11:31 p.m.
A tall tale of a garden shed full of Vikings, advice on How To Be A Pirate, serving Bangers & Mash from a Quicksand Cafe. Also, The Scratch, Sketch and Pat Chessell is taken by the charms of a Galway Girl. You got yer Celt In A twist with Patricia Fraser.

The Shortwave Report 02/16/24

Feb. 15, 2024, 11:30 p.m.
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. France 24, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, and NHK Japan.

World Beat Canada Radio February 17 2024

Feb. 15, 2024, 11:26 p.m.
From trance to dance, Galician producer Baiuca shifts gears on his new single. The queen of flow Espanol, Ana Tijoux returns with her first new album in 10 years. We debut our pick from Vida. Eccodek treats us to a live recording and a peek Behind The Mask while Italian producer DJ Brahms drops a never before heard new recording with two Sicilian musicians. Fantastico! Join us for World Beat Canada Radio!

Today's Bluegrass With Danny Hensley

Feb. 15, 2024, 3:17 p.m.
This episode of Today's Bluegrass showcases all new music from Missy Raines, Caroline Owens, Charm City Junction, Billy Strings with Willie Nelson, The Pickpockets, Jason Carter, Town Mountain, Wyatt Ellis and more. The show can be heard on Southern Branch Bluegrass & Gospel Music Radio five times each week. Monday at 9 AM, Tuesday at 12 AM, Thursday and Friday at 11 PM and Saturday at 3 AM - all times Eastern. Southern Branch Bluegrass & Gospel Music Radio can be tuned in locally at 91.7 FM Community Radio and streaming world wide at and We are WSBB - Digital Broadcasting Radio.

Voyage of the Golden Rule - An Experiment With Truth

Feb. 15, 2024, 4:54 a.m.
Talk given at the end of the Great Circle Tour of 2023. How the Golden Rule, was found and restored by Veterans For Peace to continue its original goal of energizing public opinion to action to check the insanity of nuclear weapons. Credited with halting their atmospheric testing by raising public awareness, the little sail boat that could, now in its second life had just completed an 11,000 mile journey to challenge nuclear militarism, reckless normalization of nuclear war and the 24/7 radiation contamination of our environment by nuclear power with its waste; a big mission for a 30 foot boat. Captain Kiko who sailed the Golden Rule from Hawaii back to the U.S. ahead of the tour tells the history of how it and the original crew set sail in 1958 to the Marshall Islands, intent on stopping ongoing atomic bomb tests and in the process inspired the political movement that ended atmospheric testing against the demands of the Generals, Industrialists and military scientists. This Midwest to East Coast to Great Lakes journey stopped in many cities and even Cuba to engage in the work of Peace through education and community building. Both counter the propaganda that erases the historical facts of atmospheric testing: during hundreds of tests, radioactive Cesium 137 and Strontium 90 fell on ALL of the continental United States and continues today to move through the food chain. In 1958, St. Louis, Mo was a hot spot where mothers, concerned about Strontium 90 contaminating milk they were feeding their infants, started the Baby Tooth Survey that helped convince President John F Kennedy to halt atmospheric testing. But by that time the legacy of the Pacific atmospheric tests had poisoned the Marshal Islanders and their homes forever. The U.S. Military continued to study the effects the radiation exposure had on them because according to one American scientist: "They were more like us than rats". Racism was prevalent then and remains so in almost all things nuclear.

"Concern" without action is complicity in Israel's crimes in Gaza

Feb. 15, 2024, 4:36 a.m.
Israel is continuing its planned transfer/destruction of the people of Gaza. All talk of "talks" is cover for Bibi's criminal long-term plan. When Blinkin meets with Sisi and the Gulf royals he is lording it over America's assets and imposing hegemony. Israel is the point of the American imperialist spear in West Asia. The US has busy bases all over the region. The fight to remove the neo-colonial system will continue, long and brutal, but will be won.

Today's Pakistan, The people vs. the generals

Feb. 14, 2024, 7:36 p.m.
The turnout for Imran Khan's candidates was so strong, they overturned the crooked plans of Pakistan's establishment. Now, the struggle to bring democracy to the country's fake democracy moves to a more dangerous stage. Pakistan's phony-opposition is consulting with the US ambassador as they try to thwart the popular will.

Between the Lines for February 14, 2024

Feb. 14, 2024, 4:26 p.m.
Biden's Ineffectual Response to Israel's Ongoing Carnage in Gaza War; One Year After East Palestine Toxic Train Derailment Residents Still Seeking Help on Heath Impacts; SCOTUS Hearing on Colorado's Removal of Trump from State Ballot Ignores His Role as Insurrectionist.

Cheeze Pleeze # 1025

Feb. 14, 2024, 3:07 p.m.
Groovy over the top Cheeze From the, yet with a horror movie tone Cheeze from the 1950s, and a Catbox Cover that even Barry Manilow might hate.

Breaking News From Bob Avakian. U.S. Imperialism and the Crisis At The Border + MORE

Feb. 14, 2024, 4:28 a.m.
From @BobAvakianOfficial - breaking into the B.S. Of the capitalist-imperialist propaganda machinery. Annie Day, crisis at the border, the RevComs from Texas and California. Sunsara Taylor on, “Actually?... Revolution IS Possible! And If This Revolution Isn't Made Soon, Humanity Is Thoroughly F***ed!” The RevComs, “what about human nature"? Stupidest Thing We've Heard All Week: Try not to reference BA. Bob Avakian on: Largeness of mind and generosity of spirit, from The Bob Avakian Interviews

Standing On The Shoulders of Giants: Dara O'Rourke and Corwin Hardham

Feb. 13, 2024, 11:17 p.m.
This week on Sea Change Radio, we dig into the archives to revisit a couple of discussions with sustainability innovators whose ideas never took full flight but can continue to inspire us nonetheless. First, we hear from Dara O’Rourke, the CEO of Good Guide, a really great idea for improving product transparency for consumers which sadly shut down in 2020. Then, we speak with Corwin Hardham, the CEO of solar kite company Makani Power, who tragically passed away in 2012 at the age of 38, only one year after this Sea Change Radio interview.

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