Tagged with “radio” (20)

  1. The Past, Present and Future of Nikole Hannah-Jones | On the Media | WNYC Studios

    Award-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, on how her personal history influences her reporting.


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  2. #57: Alexandra Billings Won’t Stay Quiet Anymore | Nancy | WNYC Studios

    Alexandra Billings, who plays Davina on "Transparent," says she believes Jeffrey Tambor’s accusers — and feels complicit for not speaking up earlier.


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  3. Rachel Carson Dreams of the Sea | The New Yorker Radio Hour | WNYC Studios

    Before “Silent Spring,” Rachel Carson fell in love with the ocean, and her writings about the sea and its creatures …


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  4. The Sound of America - On The Media - WNYC

    Composer Aaron Copland and the search for an American national identity.


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  5. Solecast 28 w/ Franco “Bifo” Berardi on Capitalism, Mass Killings, Suicide & Alienation — SOLE

    In depth discussion with Italian Autonomist/ Philosopher Franco "Bifo" Berardi on his book Heroes.  Franco is the author of over 2 dozen books, played a deep role in the Autonomia movement in the 70s and helped found Radio Alice one of the first pirate radio stations in Italy.  Heroes is a groundbreaking exploration of the links between capitalism, alienation, mass killings and suicide.  Topics of discussion:Mass killings & the society of the spectacleThe relationship between ISIS & alienationNihilism as the prevailing ideology of our timesBlack Lives Matter vs Black PowerThe crisis of the white race & patriarchyNeuroplasticity & The coming techno fascismHeroes is out now on Verso Books.  


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  6. The Beginning of Now | This American Life

    Before Trump started his presidential campaign, there was a congressional race that redefined what was possible in American politics.


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  7. To Make Our World Anew: May Day special ft. Robin D.G. Kelley – Rustbelt Abolition Radio

    In this holiday segment of Rustbelt Abolition Radio, we speak with acclaimed scholar Robin D.G. Kelley. May Day, or International Workers Day, is celebrated annually by millions across the world in commemoration of the 1886 Haymarket Square massacre and the ongoing global struggle for a world without capitalist exploitation and racial domination. We sat down…


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  8. Nukes - Radiolab

    A look up and down the US nuclear chain of command to find out who gets to authorize their use and who can stand …


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  9. Shots Fired: Part 2 - Radiolab

    We again join Ben Montgomery, reporter at the Tampa Bay Times, as he looks at data on every person killed or …


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  10. In The Dust Of This Planet - Radiolab

    Horror, fashion, and the end of the world … the undercurrents of thought that link nihilists, philosophers, Jay-Z and True Detective.


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