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June 23, 2013

Dung Mummy Radio on killradio.org: 06.20.13 halfmonk, Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 14:41
DMR 06 20 13 playlist Arrington de Dionyso "Mani Malaikat" from the album "Malaikat dan Singa" Karinding Attack "Maaf!" from the album "Gerbang Kerajaan Serigala" (obtained from the band) Amps for Christ "Native Chantz" from the LP "Amps for Christ/Woods split" Track 14 from the cd "Discover Indonesia" The Invisible Hands "Insect Dilemma/Disallowed"from the 7" Lichens "Jökla Tímabil" from the album "Litio Folk" Ak'chamel side A of the cassette "The Divine Vine Tapes" The Invisible Hands "Lili Twil"from the 7" Lichens "Jökla Tímabil" from the album "Litio Folk" .5mnk (halfmonk) live in studio Lichens "Jökla Tímabil" from the album "Litio Folk" G.E. Stinson + Nels Cline "Elevating Device" interview with G.E. Stinson selections from the cd "Shortwave Postcard" by G.E. Stinson and Alex de Grassi and the cd "Heart Cell Memory" by Devin Sarno & G.E. Stinson

A-Infos Radio Project: Radio Ecoshock Show: Start Something to Live For, Segment 1

Source: radio.indymedia.org global @ 12:04
American author of Aquaponic Gardening Sylvia Bernstein on union of fish and veggies. Publisher of Mother Earth News Bryan Welch's optimism of doing. Canada's oil capital shut down.

Radio Ecoshock Show: Start Something to Live For, Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 12:04
American author of Aquaponic Gardening Sylvia Bernstein on union of fish and veggies. Publisher of Mother Earth News Bryan Welch's optimism of doing. Canada's oil capital shut down.

The New Breakfast Snob: June 22, 2013: Up So Long It Looks Like Down, Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 10:19
Alvin Lee The Squeeze Kinks Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues The Move Turkish Tram Conductor Blues J.J. Cale Nowhere To Run The Soft Boys The Asking Tree Richard Thompson Stuck on the Treadmill Badfinger Watford John Diamanda Gala and John Paul Jones Do You Take This Man? Led Zeppelin Candy StoreRock Jethro Tull Rocks on The Road The Zombies Care of Cell 44 Soft Hearted Scientists False Lights Cary Grace Through The Pages II Chuck Brown Love Nationwide Shuggie Otis Special Area 27 Stereofab Astronauts of Antiquity Beautiful Fate Caravan Can't Be Long Now/Francoise/For Richard/Warlock Amon Duul II The Return of Ruebezahl The Luck of Eden Hall Alligators Eating Gumdrops Sopwith Camel Walk In The Park Bill Withers Better Off Dead The Isley Brothers Ohio/Machine Gun Joan as Policewoman Save Me Gary Numan Big Noise Transmission Chocolate Watchband Psychedelic Trip

Mind Over Matters: Syria, Iran and the Middle East, Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 09:06
Interview with Richard Silverstein writer at the liberal Jewish blog Tikun Olam

Mind Over Matters: Eat the Airwaves! - 06/22/13, Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 08:46
Wrap-up of the past weeks news from Seattle with Geov Parrish and Maria Tomchick of Eat the State!

Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox: "Hey, hey, NSA, how many laws did you break today?", Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 08:30
Cindy chats with Debra about Edward Snowden, NSA, bradley Manning and GITMO detainees.

June 22, 2013

NH Making Waves: 437 - Standing Against Crimes of the State, Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 22:36
News You Need to Know: Standing Against the Criminal State; The Taylor Report: Syrian Chemical Weapons; Between the Lines interview: Pres Obama Arming Syrian Rebels; Between The Lines interview: NSA Surveillance Program; NH Gazette Fortnightly Rant: Game of Phones; music.

Paradise Ridge & A Dead Mule: Vacuumed Resonator, Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 19:41
This show was recorded June 6th, the day the first Furious George show on the NSA metadata scandal, and it borrows liberally from the sound bites collected on that show. Lots of heavy rock, punk, experimental, space, prog rock, plus a dash of Hip Hop at the end

Mideast Madness: Good Times LTTE, Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 15:41
My response to Gil Stein is published in Good Times Santa Cruz; Gaza fishermen harassed by Israeli navy; Christian Zionists and religious Israelis, music.

Building Bridges: NYC Municipal Workers Demand Fair Contracts , Segment 1

Source: radio4all.net @ 11:04
Recorded Live! City Workers Starved Under Bloomberg Send Message to Mayoral Candidates They Demand Fair Contracts Thousands of N.Y.C. municipal employees, including health care, education, transit sanitation, communication, and public housing workers - the diverse category of workers who make NYC run, filled City Hall Park demanding new labor contracts. NYC's more than 300,000 employees have spent up to four years working under expired union contracts, without any wage increase to keep pace with inflation, while Mayor Bloomberg contends salary increases, and retroactive pay would blow a massive hole in the city's budget. Meanwhile, Bloomberg's predicted budget deficits each year have actually ended with billions in surpluses, while he continues to give billions in contracts to high-priced consultants and outside contractors, some of whom have been marked by fraud and incompetence. So, now municipal workers demand a new deal from a new Mayor in the new year.


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