Still looking for information on how to vote on TC Prop 1?
John Pearce explains Proposition 1 on Brittney and Kevin in the Morning on KGY radio.
for more information, please visit www.thurstonpublicpower.org
I heard this on 91.7FM today. It is about war and peace, healing and reconciliation, and the potential for transformation of enemies into friendship.
From Peace Talks Radio: Healing Journey's to Vietnam.
⌚ Sat 24 July 2010 ☻ Ivan Illich (reading), Stephen Bezruchka, Richard Wilkinson, Kate Pickett
This week we challenge traditional ideas about wealth and poverty. Our main piece is by two English professors, Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett on their 2009 book, The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better. But first, we conclude the Ivan Illich reading from episode 554.
The problem of bullying is a topic that interests me. Bullying is commonplace in many schools, as well as in society at large. I heard the following Reclaim the Media radio program on KBCS via KAOS earlier tonight. It's about 30 minutes long. Check it out.
[editor's note: Due to content of a somewhat sexual and sexually suggestive nature, the following presentation may not be suitable for all viewers. Some discretion may be advisable!]
Radio4All appears to be down. I will probably upload the past shows onto Internet Archive.
Here are the most recent editions of the Bruce and Berd show. You can listen live to the Bruce and Berd show on Sunday evenings from 7 to 8 pm, on KOWA, 106.5 LP FM.
Here's the April 25th show, includes discussion of the POSC, The Rapture, environment, civilization, economics, etc.: B & B April 25, 2010
Here's the May 2nd show, includes discussion of the Peoples' Movement Assembly, the Alternative Climate Summit in Bolivia, the Immigrant Rights rally in Seattle, including comments from our first commenter: B & B May 2, 2010
A benefit for KOWA 106.5 low-power fm in Olympia, WA.
All-Ages and only $3!!!
ALL NIGHT LONG!!!
@ The E-Vent Underground (basement of the Eagles Hall)
The three most recent editions of the Bruce and Berd show are now available on line. Shows from March 28, April 4, and April 18 are now available on Radio4All (www.radio4all.net). Here are links. I'll come back and add a summary of each show later. A couple of these have already been posted to my blog here, and here they are again. The Bruce and Berd show is recorded and aired from the KOWA studio in downtown Olympia. The KOWA 106.5 LP FM studio is located behind Media Island International.
April 4, 2010 Bruce and Berd: includes talk about the LASO conference.
April 18, 2010 Bruce and Berd: this the most recent show includes discussion about the events of April 8 (the march/demonstration that resulted in a multitude of arrests), as well as the mainstream media response, and the mainstream media in general, as well as general conversation about other topics, some music, and some funny talk.
KOWA-LP's mission is to give voice to individuals, organizations and movements working for social justice, economic democracy, ecological sustainability and peace. We also play local and global independent music.
If interested, please attend our Monday meetings @ 6pm at Media Island International, 816 Adams Street.
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I heard part of this segment yesterday on KOWA 106.5 FM. Democracy Now! airs at 6 pm and 1 am Monday through Friday on KOWA.
“Violence Is the Product of the Polarized Nature of Our Society”–South African Scholar Adam Habib on Killing of White Supremacist LeaderThere are at least four local outlets to hear Democracy Now! throughout the week. Along with KOWA, you can hear and/or watch DN! on FRO 98.5 FM (Free Radio Olympia), KAOS (Olympia Community Radio) 89.3 FM, and TCTV (Thurston Community Television) Thurston County cable channel 22.
South African President Jacob Zuma is calling for calm following the murder of a white supremacist leader named Eugène Terre’Blanche. Terre’Blanche was a longtime supporter of the apartheid government and an advocate for the creation of an all-white republic within South Africa. We speak with South African scholar Adam Habib, who was barred from entering the United States for over three years by the Bush administration. [includes rush transcript]
On FRO DN! airs Monday through Friday from 12 pm to 1 pm.
KAOS airs DN! from 9 am to 10 am.
TCTV shows DN! on channel 22 from 5 to 6 am, and from 4 to 5 pm.
All told, that's seven daily opportunities to catch Democracy Now! in Olympia. Of course, there's the internet too, where you can download the most recent show anytime. Democracy Now! | Radio and TV News