The latest issue of the Bruce and Berd talk radio hour is available for listening on the Internet. Unfortunately, due to logistical difficulties, we were unable to record last week's (May 9th) episode (although it was a great show.) So if you want to be sure to be able to listen, the best way to do that is to tune in to KOWA 106.5 LP FM on Sundays from 7 to 8 pm. I will continue to make efforts to record upcoming shows and upload them to the Internet.
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.
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Thanks to D for uploading the most recent edition of the Bruce and Berd show (show #2). Some of the topics of conversation from show #2 include Glenn Beck, recent war protests, pondering about a societal slide toward general fascism, and other talk about society, economics, politics and current events.
The show is produced at the KOWA studio in downtown Olympia, Washington. KOWA is a low power radio station that broadcasts at 106.5 FM. Regular show time is from about 7 to 8 PM on Sundays. Check it out if you're curious!
p.s. I notice there are what sound like some very brief cut-outs in the audio, I'm not sure what's up with that - probably just a technical issue with the recording software/hardware.
My friend Bruce and I are attempting to start up a radio show on KOWA 106.5 FM, which has a studio at Media Island in downtown. Here's a link to the audio from a trial show that we did a couple weeks ago. Topics are far and wide-ranging, generally including society, politics and economics, from Earthquakes and Gaia consciousness to media, to unjust marijuana laws, and this particular show, our first one, was somewhat rambling (or free-flowing.)
link to mp3 file
Amy Goodman appeared in Olympia on Sunday, March 29, 2009 as part of her book tour, Standing Up to the Madness: Ordinary Heroes in Extraordinary Times, which she co-wrote with her brother, David Goodman. She demonstrated her wonderful wit, and way with words, before a crowd of several hundred. I hope that video of her speech becomes available, because her speech was enjoyable and entertaining, and very informative and inspiring — and because I had to leave early! She told some very powerful stories, including about Rachel Corrie, a Palestinian man whose name starts with B (help me out here,) the Israeli Military refusenik (who is also the nephew of Benjamin Netanyahu,) and Frederick Douglass (re: Mount Misery,) among others. Here are some photos that I made, and a list of some of the sponsoring and affiliated organizations:
I saw Dr. Otownavigate at this past week's City Council Meeting, where he plugged his upcoming show. Maybe you will consider tuning in to check it out. Might be interesting.