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Out of the Woods: Out of the Woods - Show #194 12-26-13, Segment 5

Mon, 12/23/2013 - 05:04
This version of the program is divided into 6 segments so broadcasters who desire to use this content can insert your station info, etc. The segments vary in length, but I try to keep them approximately 30 minutes in most cases. Out of the Woods is an earthy, wires and wood, mostly acoustic program featuring some of the best new and established artists from the worlds of folk, bluegrass, singer-songwriters, alt.country, Americana, classic country, old-time, Celtic, and everything that falls in between. The show is an unpredictable mix flowing like a river between moods, often with an edge or in a melancholy minor key. On occasion, Out of the Woods features interviews and live in-studio performances with national and international touring musicians. Past guests have included artists such as Bela Fleck, Si Kahn, Brown Bird, Dana Robinson, Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen, Bill Bourne, Karl Shiflett, Rachel Bissex, Darryl Purpose, Bow Thayer, Cosy Sheridan and many others. Out of the Woods grew out of Jon 'Chip' Colcord's former acoustic programs, The Song Swap and Music For The Mountain, separate folk and bluegrass programs which aired in New Hampshire during the 1990s. As a child, Colcord grew up a ravenous music fan with an ear for both rock and folk, from Arlo Guthrie to Aerosmith. All of these influences converge on Out of the Woods to bring you a mix which is as much on the edge as it is down home. Folk music with a rock 'n' roll soul
Categories: International news

Out of the Woods: Out of the Woods - Show #194 12-26-13, Segment 6

Mon, 12/23/2013 - 05:04
This version of the program is divided into 6 segments so broadcasters who desire to use this content can insert your station info, etc. The segments vary in length, but I try to keep them approximately 30 minutes in most cases. Out of the Woods is an earthy, wires and wood, mostly acoustic program featuring some of the best new and established artists from the worlds of folk, bluegrass, singer-songwriters, alt.country, Americana, classic country, old-time, Celtic, and everything that falls in between. The show is an unpredictable mix flowing like a river between moods, often with an edge or in a melancholy minor key. On occasion, Out of the Woods features interviews and live in-studio performances with national and international touring musicians. Past guests have included artists such as Bela Fleck, Si Kahn, Brown Bird, Dana Robinson, Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen, Bill Bourne, Karl Shiflett, Rachel Bissex, Darryl Purpose, Bow Thayer, Cosy Sheridan and many others. Out of the Woods grew out of Jon 'Chip' Colcord's former acoustic programs, The Song Swap and Music For The Mountain, separate folk and bluegrass programs which aired in New Hampshire during the 1990s. As a child, Colcord grew up a ravenous music fan with an ear for both rock and folk, from Arlo Guthrie to Aerosmith. All of these influences converge on Out of the Woods to bring you a mix which is as much on the edge as it is down home. Folk music with a rock 'n' roll soul
Categories: International news

The Other Black Music: The Other Black Music Dec. 22, 2013, Segment 1

Mon, 12/23/2013 - 04:48
Broadcasting from WRIR-LP 97.3 FM and www.wrir.org in Richmond, Virginia USA. "The Other Black Music" broadcast Black music ignored by other Richmond stations. Soul, Zydeco, Funk, Afro-Pop, Blues and more. Every other Sunday 3-5pm EST
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The Other Black Music: The Other Black Music Dec. 22, 2013, Segment 2

Mon, 12/23/2013 - 04:48
Broadcasting from WRIR-LP 97.3 FM and www.wrir.org in Richmond, Virginia USA. "The Other Black Music" broadcast Black music ignored by other Richmond stations. Soul, Zydeco, Funk, Afro-Pop, Blues and more. Every other Sunday 3-5pm EST
Categories: International news

Various and Sunday: December 22, 2013 - Christmas Special, Segment 1

Mon, 12/23/2013 - 02:40
Christmas music has a special place in my heart this time of year, but not most of the stuff that gets played endlessly in malls and stores. Today's show begins with some favorite electronic remixes that I collected over the years I was doing an electronic show here. After that, it ranges all over from a cappella bands to ancient tunes to modern takes on the holiday. Enjoy!
Categories: International news

The True News? 12-21-2013, Segment 1

Mon, 12/23/2013 - 02:36
Categories: International news

The True News? 12-21-2013, Segment 2

Mon, 12/23/2013 - 02:36
Categories: International news

Mind Over Matters: Innocence Project NW, Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 23:54
Interview with Lara Zarowsky and Anna Tolin, both with the Innocence Project NW and Ari Kohn with the Post-Prison Education Program
Categories: International news

Radio Ecoshock Show: Radio Ecoshock Annual Green Music Festival, Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 23:37
For the holidays, Alex DJ's 14 songs of love for the earth, and protest against pollution.
Categories: International news

Radio Ecoshock Show: Radio Ecoshock Annual Green Music Festival, Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 23:37
For the holidays, Alex DJ's 14 songs of love for the earth, and protest against pollution.
Categories: International news

Radio Ecoshock Show: Radio Ecoshock Annual Green Music Festival, Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 23:37
For the holidays, Alex DJ's 14 songs of love for the earth, and protest against pollution.
Categories: International news

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast One Hundred Eighty Three, Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 23:33
Radio Thrift Shop is a DIY, freeform exploration of music from the last century of recorded sound inclusive of music in various genres ... including folk, jazz, easy listening, world, classical, classic rock & more ... played on 78s, reel to reels, cassettes, vinyl records & even endangered and homemade cds. Each week I play a different blend of tunes released between the early 1900's and next week. It's never the same program twice. Radio Thrift Shop is music & culture in the spirit of free radio
Categories: International news

The Final Straw: An Ukrainian Anarchosyndicalist perspective on Euromaidan, Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 22:54
In late November of 2013, Kiev and other parts of Ukraine saw the building of spontaneous plaza occupations and street demonstrations against President Yanukovich apparent decision to stall steps towards integrating Ukraine into the European Union. The protests, known as euromaidan or EuroPlaza in Ukrainian, called on the ruling government to move forward with the integration, fearing that the stalling was a sign that the Ukraine was giving in to pressure from the competing Customs Union (made up of Russia, Belarus and Kazhakstan) which had been courting Ukrainian participation. The protests are ongoing, despite the signature of Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych into a deal with Russia for promised purchases of billions of dollars of Ukrainian products and a 30% discount on Russian Natural Gas. Euromaidan have been compared in scale, and sadly in lack of critical debate about issues among the populace, to the 2004 Ukrainian Orange revolution which saw the rising to power of those who would become the status quo today. This week on the Final Straw, we'll be speaking with Denys. Denys is an organizer and activist with the Kiev Local of the Autonomous Worker's Union, a Revolutionary Syndicalist turned Anarcho-Syndicalist organizing and propaganda group in the capital of the Ukraine. We'll spend the hour discussing the political system in that country, the spectrum of parties, influence of media and oligarchs and radical groups on the far left and far right. Later on in the hour, Denys will address his philosophy, Anarchosyndicalism via Synthesist Anarchism, and what the AWU in Kiev and elsewhere has been able to achieve. More on the AWU can be found at http://avtonomia.net . We'll also speak briefly about a protest in Kiev in solidarity with struggling workers in Kazakhstan on the anniversary of the Zhanaozen Massacre of December 16, 2011. Archives of this show can be found at thefinalstrawradio.noblogs.org and you can contact us at thefinalstrawradio at riseup dot net.
Categories: International news

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast One Hundred Eighty Two, Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 22:04
Radio Thrift Shop is a DIY, freeform exploration of music from the last century of recorded sound inclusive of music in various genres ... including folk, jazz, easy listening, world, classical, classic rock & more ... played on 78s, reel to reels, cassettes, vinyl records & even endangered and homemade cds. Each week I play a different blend of tunes released between the early 1900's and next week. It's never the same program twice. Radio Thrift Shop is music & culture in the spirit of free radio
Categories: International news

Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox: Censorship from Stage "Left", Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 19:52
SUBJECT: POLITICAL CARTOONING AND LEFTY CENSORSHIP OF SAME. Cindy and Ted share their experiences of being banned from the CIA-Democrat website, The Daily Kos. www.Rall.com
Categories: International news

Unwelcome Guests: #670 - Thinking Clearly About The Vast Machine, Segment 1

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 09:09
This week we look at one aspect of the machine referred to by Graeber in episode 624 - the propaganda that is churned out and which prevents people from clearly facing their dilemma. We begin with a 2009 speech by Sut Jhally on advertising, consumerism and what this has done to the US population. After contributions from Chris Hedges and Robert Jensen, we finish with an optimistic vision by Nafeez Ahmed.
Categories: International news

Unwelcome Guests: #670 - Thinking Clearly About The Vast Machine, Segment 2

Sun, 12/22/2013 - 09:09
This week we look at one aspect of the machine referred to by Graeber in episode 624 - the propaganda that is churned out and which prevents people from clearly facing their dilemma. We begin with a 2009 speech by Sut Jhally on advertising, consumerism and what this has done to the US population. After contributions from Chris Hedges and Robert Jensen, we finish with an optimistic vision by Nafeez Ahmed.
Categories: International news