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12:00-1:00am -01 - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - The Magical Mystery Tour The Poetics Of Healing, Trauma And Divorce With Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy is faculty in Goddard College's Healing Arts and Science program, and in this conversation she talks about the poetics of healing and dealing with trauma and about healing from separation and...

1:00-1:30am -01 - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Harm Reduction Around The Us

Julia Negron speaks of need for harm reduction in Florida, Cassandra Federique of DPA re renewed compassion in US, Tony Papa of DPA re sentencing disparity, Justin George reporter with Marshall Program and Howard Wooldridge re UN call for decriminalization...

1:30-2:00am -01 - Commentary

Century Of Lies - White House Drug Policy

This week on Century of Lies: a Congressional committee takes a critical look at White House drug policy. We'll hear from Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), chair of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, as well as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)....

2:00-4:00am -01 - Mysteries

End Of Days - End Of Days Andy Jardine Annunaki Genesis, A World Without Religion?

Episode 153:  Creatio Ex Nihilo  Joined by Andy Jardine, a resident of the U.K. Now living in Spain. He joined the program to detailed his trials and tribulations. His ongoing issues with his wife and having screws in his ankles. He then discussed his...

4:00-6:00am -01 - Technology

Security Now - Security Now Sn 705: Spoiler

0-day exploit bidding war NSA releases Ghidra v9 Firefox's adds Tor privacy A pair of nasty 0-days A worrisome breach at Citrix The risk of claiming to be an unhackable aftermarket car alarm A new and interesting "Windows developers chatting with users"...

6:00-7:00am -01 - Science

Exploration - Exploration Computer Singularity & Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Dr Michio Kaku speaks with Seth Shostak and Ray Kurzweil on the topics of Computer Singularity and Extraterrestrial Intelligence 

7:00-8:00am -01 - Ecology

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothe Rules Of Extinction

Extinction is roaming the world. In truly shocking new science, Australian biologist Corey Bradshaw finds we are closer to the brink than anyone thought. Plus a great new action song from Sweden, and an intimate chat with one of the foremost climate...

8:00-9:00am -01 - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - The Magical Mystery Tour The Poetics Of Healing, Trauma And Divorce With Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy is faculty in Goddard College's Healing Arts and Science program, and in this conversation she talks about the poetics of healing and dealing with trauma and about healing from separation and...

9:00-9:30am -01 - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Harm Reduction Around The Us

Julia Negron speaks of need for harm reduction in Florida, Cassandra Federique of DPA re renewed compassion in US, Tony Papa of DPA re sentencing disparity, Justin George reporter with Marshall Program and Howard Wooldridge re UN call for decriminalization...

9:30-10:00am -01 - Commentary

Century Of Lies - White House Drug Policy

This week on Century of Lies: a Congressional committee takes a critical look at White House drug policy. We'll hear from Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), chair of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, as well as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)....

10:00-12:00pm -01 - Mysteries

End Of Days - End Of Days Andy Jardine Annunaki Genesis, A World Without Religion?

Episode 153:  Creatio Ex Nihilo  Joined by Andy Jardine, a resident of the U.K. Now living in Spain. He joined the program to detailed his trials and tribulations. His ongoing issues with his wife and having screws in his ankles. He then discussed his...

12:00-2:00pm -01 - Technology

Security Now - Security Now Sn 705: Spoiler

0-day exploit bidding war NSA releases Ghidra v9 Firefox's adds Tor privacy A pair of nasty 0-days A worrisome breach at Citrix The risk of claiming to be an unhackable aftermarket car alarm A new and interesting "Windows developers chatting with users"...

2:00-3:00pm -01 - Science

Exploration - Exploration Computer Singularity & Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Dr Michio Kaku speaks with Seth Shostak and Ray Kurzweil on the topics of Computer Singularity and Extraterrestrial Intelligence 

3:00-4:00pm -01 - Ecology

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothe Rules Of Extinction

Extinction is roaming the world. In truly shocking new science, Australian biologist Corey Bradshaw finds we are closer to the brink than anyone thought. Plus a great new action song from Sweden, and an intimate chat with one of the foremost climate...

4:00-5:00pm -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

5:00-6:00pm -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

6:00-8:00pm -01 - Mysteries

End Of Days - End Of Days Andy Jardine Annunaki Genesis, A World Without Religion?

Episode 153:  Creatio Ex Nihilo  Joined by Andy Jardine, a resident of the U.K. Now living in Spain. He joined the program to detailed his trials and tribulations. His ongoing issues with his wife and having screws in his ankles. He then discussed his...

8:00-10:00pm -01 - Technology

Security Now - Security Now Sn 705: Spoiler

0-day exploit bidding war NSA releases Ghidra v9 Firefox's adds Tor privacy A pair of nasty 0-days A worrisome breach at Citrix The risk of claiming to be an unhackable aftermarket car alarm A new and interesting "Windows developers chatting with users"...

10:00-11:00pm -01 - Science

Exploration - Exploration Computer Singularity & Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Dr Michio Kaku speaks with Seth Shostak and Ray Kurzweil on the topics of Computer Singularity and Extraterrestrial Intelligence 

11:00-12:00am -01 - Ecology

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothe Rules Of Extinction

Extinction is roaming the world. In truly shocking new science, Australian biologist Corey Bradshaw finds we are closer to the brink than anyone thought. Plus a great new action song from Sweden, and an intimate chat with one of the foremost climate...

12:00-1:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

1:00-3:00am -01 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live

Live From Los Angeles

3:00-4:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

4:00-4:30am -01 - Science

Science Weekly - Cross Section: Matt Parker Podcast

Happy International Pi Day. To celebrate, Hannah Devlin is joined by the mathematician and comedian Matt Parker to discuss maths anxiety, how much today’s world relies on number crunching and what happens when we get it wrong. Help support our...

4:30-6:00am -01 - Mysteries

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go Listener Stories With Timothy Renner March 9, 2019

Seriah and Tim talk over some listener stories, involving Bigfoot, Portals, UFO's, Owls, Dreams, and much more... Outro Music is one of Tim's project's, Moth Masque, with Moonhymn III. Download Kyle's Illustation is to the right, and the wall hanging he...

6:00-7:00am -01 - Science

Big Picture Science - Skeptic Check: Political Scientist

(repeat) Hundreds of thousands of scientists took to the streets during the March for Science.  The divisive political climate has spurred some scientists to deeper political engagement – publicly challenging lawmakers and even running for office...

7:00-7:30am -01 - Ecology

Living Planet - School''s Out... For The Climate

Student strikes demanding climate action are gaining momentum around the world, fossil fuel industry workers are protesting restrictions on oil and gas development in Canada, and young activists in the US are talking about the Green New Deal and how to...

7:30-8:00am -01 - Science

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts And Long Lasting Effects Of Childhood Cancer Treatments

Host Sarah Crespi talks with Staff Writer Daniel Clery about the many, many theories surrounding fast radio bursts—extremely fast, intense radio signals from outside the galaxy—and a new telescope coming online that may help sort them out. Also this...

8:00-9:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

9:00-10:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

10:00-12:00pm -01 - Mysteries

12:00-12:30pm -01 - Science

Science Weekly - Cross Section: Matt Parker Podcast

Happy International Pi Day. To celebrate, Hannah Devlin is joined by the mathematician and comedian Matt Parker to discuss maths anxiety, how much today’s world relies on number crunching and what happens when we get it wrong. Help support our...

12:30-2:00pm -01 - Mysteries

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go Listener Stories With Timothy Renner March 9, 2019

Seriah and Tim talk over some listener stories, involving Bigfoot, Portals, UFO's, Owls, Dreams, and much more... Outro Music is one of Tim's project's, Moth Masque, with Moonhymn III. Download Kyle's Illustation is to the right, and the wall hanging he...

2:00-3:00pm -01 - Science

Big Picture Science - Skeptic Check: Political Scientist

(repeat) Hundreds of thousands of scientists took to the streets during the March for Science.  The divisive political climate has spurred some scientists to deeper political engagement – publicly challenging lawmakers and even running for office...

3:00-3:30pm -01 - Ecology

Living Planet - School''s Out... For The Climate

Student strikes demanding climate action are gaining momentum around the world, fossil fuel industry workers are protesting restrictions on oil and gas development in Canada, and young activists in the US are talking about the Green New Deal and how to...

3:30-4:00pm -01 - Science

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts And Long Lasting Effects Of Childhood Cancer Treatments

Host Sarah Crespi talks with Staff Writer Daniel Clery about the many, many theories surrounding fast radio bursts—extremely fast, intense radio signals from outside the galaxy—and a new telescope coming online that may help sort them out. Also this...

4:00-5:00pm -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

5:00-6:00pm -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

6:00-8:00pm -01 - Mysteries

8:00-8:30pm -01 - Science

Science Weekly - Cross Section: Matt Parker Podcast

Happy International Pi Day. To celebrate, Hannah Devlin is joined by the mathematician and comedian Matt Parker to discuss maths anxiety, how much today’s world relies on number crunching and what happens when we get it wrong. Help support our...

8:30-10:00pm -01 - Mysteries

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go Listener Stories With Timothy Renner March 9, 2019

Seriah and Tim talk over some listener stories, involving Bigfoot, Portals, UFO's, Owls, Dreams, and much more... Outro Music is one of Tim's project's, Moth Masque, with Moonhymn III. Download Kyle's Illustation is to the right, and the wall hanging he...

10:00-11:00pm -01 - Science

Big Picture Science - Skeptic Check: Political Scientist

(repeat) Hundreds of thousands of scientists took to the streets during the March for Science.  The divisive political climate has spurred some scientists to deeper political engagement – publicly challenging lawmakers and even running for office...

11:00-11:30pm -01 - Ecology

Living Planet - School''s Out... For The Climate

Student strikes demanding climate action are gaining momentum around the world, fossil fuel industry workers are protesting restrictions on oil and gas development in Canada, and young activists in the US are talking about the Green New Deal and how to...

11:30-12:00am -01 - Science

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts And Long Lasting Effects Of Childhood Cancer Treatments

Host Sarah Crespi talks with Staff Writer Daniel Clery about the many, many theories surrounding fast radio bursts—extremely fast, intense radio signals from outside the galaxy—and a new telescope coming online that may help sort them out. Also this...

12:00-1:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

1:00-3:00am -01 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live

Live From Los Angeles

3:00-4:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

4:00-6:00am -01 - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Best Of Ep 158.5 25 Year Anniversary Of The Holland Michigan Ufo''s

On March 8, 1994, The 911 lines flooded with calls about strange lights in the night sky of western Michigan.  the lights were seen by people of all walks of life. The phenomena were tracked by the National Weather Service Office in Muskegon County....

6:00-7:00am -01 - Science

Startalk Radio - Einstein’s Genius, With Ron Howard

Neil deGrasse Tyson, filmmaker Ron Howard, astrophysicist Janna Levin, and comic co-host Harrison Greenbaum celebrate and explore the life of Albert Einstein, including his path to scientific enlightenment and the impact of his genius on the...

7:00-7:30am -01 - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Tod Cooperman Interview

Did you know that consuming CBD oil with food containing fat, or shortly after eating a meal improves absorption? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Tod Cooperman, M.D., president and founder...

7:30-8:00am -01 - Health

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Neuromuscular Diseases /health Consequences Of Hearing Loss

There are more than 600 types of neurologic and neuromuscular diseases that can affect your nervous system. The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord and nerves that control all the workings of the body. When something goes wrong with a part of...

8:00-9:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

9:00-10:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

10:00-12:00pm -01 - Mysteries

12:00-2:00pm -01 - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Best Of Ep 158.5 25 Year Anniversary Of The Holland Michigan Ufo''s

On March 8, 1994, The 911 lines flooded with calls about strange lights in the night sky of western Michigan.  the lights were seen by people of all walks of life. The phenomena were tracked by the National Weather Service Office in Muskegon County....

2:00-3:00pm -01 - Science

Startalk Radio - Einstein’s Genius, With Ron Howard

Neil deGrasse Tyson, filmmaker Ron Howard, astrophysicist Janna Levin, and comic co-host Harrison Greenbaum celebrate and explore the life of Albert Einstein, including his path to scientific enlightenment and the impact of his genius on the...

3:00-3:30pm -01 - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Tod Cooperman Interview

Did you know that consuming CBD oil with food containing fat, or shortly after eating a meal improves absorption? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Tod Cooperman, M.D., president and founder...

3:30-4:00pm -01 - Health

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Neuromuscular Diseases /health Consequences Of Hearing Loss

There are more than 600 types of neurologic and neuromuscular diseases that can affect your nervous system. The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord and nerves that control all the workings of the body. When something goes wrong with a part of...

4:00-5:00pm -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

5:00-6:00pm -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

6:00-8:00pm -01 - Mysteries

8:00-10:00pm -01 - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Best Of Ep 158.5 25 Year Anniversary Of The Holland Michigan Ufo''s

On March 8, 1994, The 911 lines flooded with calls about strange lights in the night sky of western Michigan.  the lights were seen by people of all walks of life. The phenomena were tracked by the National Weather Service Office in Muskegon County....

10:00-11:00pm -01 - Science

Startalk Radio - Einstein’s Genius, With Ron Howard

Neil deGrasse Tyson, filmmaker Ron Howard, astrophysicist Janna Levin, and comic co-host Harrison Greenbaum celebrate and explore the life of Albert Einstein, including his path to scientific enlightenment and the impact of his genius on the...

11:00-11:30pm -01 - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Tod Cooperman Interview

Did you know that consuming CBD oil with food containing fat, or shortly after eating a meal improves absorption? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Tod Cooperman, M.D., president and founder...

11:30-12:00am -01 - Health

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Neuromuscular Diseases /health Consequences Of Hearing Loss

There are more than 600 types of neurologic and neuromuscular diseases that can affect your nervous system. The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord and nerves that control all the workings of the body. When something goes wrong with a part of...

12:00-1:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

1:00-2:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

2:00-4:00am -01 - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - Episode 252 Zack Hunt 2 (Unraptured)

Recorded March 12th, 2019 We welcome our good friend and fellow Nashvillian Zack Hunt back to the show, We discuss with Zack about his book "Unraptured: How End Times Theology Gets It Wrong". Zack tells us about...

4:00-6:30am -01 - Technology

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1575

Troubleshooting a new video card, using FireFox Send to securley share fires, is NitroTV a legitimate alternative to PayTV services, old macintoshes potentially worth something, recommendations for a dash cam, keeping your smartphone plugged in and...

6:30-7:00am -01 - Commentary

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For March 13, 2019

Documents Reveal US Government Spying on Immigration Rights Activists, Lawyers and Journalists; Documents Reveal US Government Spying on Immigration Rights Activists, Lawyers and Journalists; Progressives Reject Antisemitism Charges against Rep. Ilhan...

7:00-8:00am -01 - Technology

Floss Weekly - Floss Weekly 521: Flexera Open Source Report

Dave McLoughlin started the open source auditing business at OpenLogic and has been working at Flexera in the software composition analysis (SCA) business, formerly Palamida, since February 2018. He was part of the initial SPDX working group and worked on...

8:00-9:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

9:00-10:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

10:00-12:00pm -01 - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - Episode 252 Zack Hunt 2 (Unraptured)

Recorded March 12th, 2019 We welcome our good friend and fellow Nashvillian Zack Hunt back to the show, We discuss with Zack about his book "Unraptured: How End Times Theology Gets It Wrong". Zack tells us about...

12:00-2:30pm -01 - Technology

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1575

Troubleshooting a new video card, using FireFox Send to securley share fires, is NitroTV a legitimate alternative to PayTV services, old macintoshes potentially worth something, recommendations for a dash cam, keeping your smartphone plugged in and...

2:30-3:00pm -01 - Commentary

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For March 13, 2019

Documents Reveal US Government Spying on Immigration Rights Activists, Lawyers and Journalists; Documents Reveal US Government Spying on Immigration Rights Activists, Lawyers and Journalists; Progressives Reject Antisemitism Charges against Rep. Ilhan...

3:00-4:00pm -01 - Technology

Floss Weekly - Floss Weekly 521: Flexera Open Source Report

Dave McLoughlin started the open source auditing business at OpenLogic and has been working at Flexera in the software composition analysis (SCA) business, formerly Palamida, since February 2018. He was part of the initial SPDX working group and worked on...

4:00-5:00pm -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

5:00-6:00pm -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

6:00-8:00pm -01 - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - Episode 252 Zack Hunt 2 (Unraptured)

Recorded March 12th, 2019 We welcome our good friend and fellow Nashvillian Zack Hunt back to the show, We discuss with Zack about his book "Unraptured: How End Times Theology Gets It Wrong". Zack tells us about...

8:00-10:30pm -01 - Technology

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1575

Troubleshooting a new video card, using FireFox Send to securley share fires, is NitroTV a legitimate alternative to PayTV services, old macintoshes potentially worth something, recommendations for a dash cam, keeping your smartphone plugged in and...

10:30-11:00pm -01 - Commentary

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For March 13, 2019

Documents Reveal US Government Spying on Immigration Rights Activists, Lawyers and Journalists; Documents Reveal US Government Spying on Immigration Rights Activists, Lawyers and Journalists; Progressives Reject Antisemitism Charges against Rep. Ilhan...

11:00-12:00am -01 - Technology

Floss Weekly - Floss Weekly 521: Flexera Open Source Report

Dave McLoughlin started the open source auditing business at OpenLogic and has been working at Flexera in the software composition analysis (SCA) business, formerly Palamida, since February 2018. He was part of the initial SPDX working group and worked on...

12:00-1:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

1:00-3:00am -01 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live

Live From Los Angeles

3:00-4:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

4:00-6:30am -01 - Technology

This Week In Tech - Twit 710: Mollie The Crab

News of the Week Tesla Announces Model Y SUV Crossover Tesla's Many Problems are Due to Musk Huge Facebook Outage: Why? Beto O'Rourke, L33T Hacker Mass Murder on Facebook Live Warren vs Big Tech: Why She's Wrong Hey Techies: Uncle Sam Needs You! ...

6:30-7:30am -01 - Ecology

The Permaculture Show - The Permaculture Show 1907 – Permaculture Action Network With Ryan Rising And Leah Song

Today’s guests are Ryan Rising, of Permaculture Action Network, and Leah Song, of Rising Appalachia, who join me to talk about how they use the work on-stage and off to organize communities to participate in a permaculture action day. How they blend...

7:30-8:00am -01 - Mysteries

Radio Curious - Gilbert, Ronnie, As Mother Jones " The Most Dangerous Woman In America

Mary Harris Jones, Mother Jones, was born in 1830. She lived a quiet, non-public life until she was approximately 47 years old and then, for almost the next fifty years, she was a fiery union organizer, strike leader, and fighter for safe and humane...

8:00-9:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

9:00-10:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

10:00-12:00pm -01 - Mysteries

12:00-2:30pm -01 - Technology

This Week In Tech - Twit 710: Mollie The Crab

News of the Week Tesla Announces Model Y SUV Crossover Tesla's Many Problems are Due to Musk Huge Facebook Outage: Why? Beto O'Rourke, L33T Hacker Mass Murder on Facebook Live Warren vs Big Tech: Why She's Wrong Hey Techies: Uncle Sam Needs You! ...

2:30-3:30pm -01 - Ecology

The Permaculture Show - The Permaculture Show 1907 – Permaculture Action Network With Ryan Rising And Leah Song

Today’s guests are Ryan Rising, of Permaculture Action Network, and Leah Song, of Rising Appalachia, who join me to talk about how they use the work on-stage and off to organize communities to participate in a permaculture action day. How they blend...

3:30-4:00pm -01 - Mysteries

Radio Curious - Gilbert, Ronnie, As Mother Jones " The Most Dangerous Woman In America

Mary Harris Jones, Mother Jones, was born in 1830. She lived a quiet, non-public life until she was approximately 47 years old and then, for almost the next fifty years, she was a fiery union organizer, strike leader, and fighter for safe and humane...

4:00-5:00pm -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

5:00-6:00pm -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

6:00-8:00pm -01 - Mysteries

8:00-10:30pm -01 - Technology

This Week In Tech - Twit 710: Mollie The Crab

News of the Week Tesla Announces Model Y SUV Crossover Tesla's Many Problems are Due to Musk Huge Facebook Outage: Why? Beto O'Rourke, L33T Hacker Mass Murder on Facebook Live Warren vs Big Tech: Why She's Wrong Hey Techies: Uncle Sam Needs You! ...

10:30-11:30pm -01 - Ecology

The Permaculture Show - The Permaculture Show 1907 – Permaculture Action Network With Ryan Rising And Leah Song

Today’s guests are Ryan Rising, of Permaculture Action Network, and Leah Song, of Rising Appalachia, who join me to talk about how they use the work on-stage and off to organize communities to participate in a permaculture action day. How they blend...

11:30-12:00am -01 - Mysteries

Radio Curious - Gilbert, Ronnie, As Mother Jones " The Most Dangerous Woman In America

Mary Harris Jones, Mother Jones, was born in 1830. She lived a quiet, non-public life until she was approximately 47 years old and then, for almost the next fifty years, she was a fiery union organizer, strike leader, and fighter for safe and humane...

12:00-1:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

1:00-2:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

2:00-4:00am -01 - Mysteries

The Gralien Report - Tgr 03.11.19. Sea Serpents In The Victorian Era

This week, in addition to news and debate over the ethics of robotics, we look at 19th and early 20th-century newspaper reports that weighed in on the debate over the existence of sea serpents. This post, TGR 03.11.19. Sea Serpents in the Victorian Era,...

4:00-6:00am -01 - Law

This Week In Law - Twil 448: Odious Buffooons

Remix culture copyright, strangers may be watching your Ring video, location data up for sale to bounty hunters, social media rules for politicians, Apple trolls CES, consumer advocacy groups want the FTC to look at kids' apps on Google Play, lessons to...

6:00-8:00am -01 - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report Dark Star Rising: Magick And Power In The Age Of Trump /you Have A Very Soft Voice, Susan

Within the concentric circles of Trump's regime lies an unseen culture of occultists, power-seekers, and mind-magicians whose influence is on the rise. In this unparalleled account, historian Gary Lachman examines the influence of occult and esoteric...

8:00-9:00am -01 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 3/15/2019

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

9:00-10:00am -01 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 03 18 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, March 18, 2019

10:00-12:00pm -01 - Mysteries

The Gralien Report - Tgr 03.11.19. Sea Serpents In The Victorian Era

This week, in addition to news and debate over the ethics of robotics, we look at 19th and early 20th-century newspaper reports that weighed in on the debate over the existence of sea serpents. This post, TGR 03.11.19. Sea Serpents in the Victorian Era,...

12:00-2:00pm -01 - Law

This Week In Law - Twil 448: Odious Buffooons

Remix culture copyright, strangers may be watching your Ring video, location data up for sale to bounty hunters, social media rules for politicians, Apple trolls CES, consumer advocacy groups want the FTC to look at kids' apps on Google Play, lessons to...

2:00-4:00pm -01 - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report Dark Star Rising: Magick And Power In The Age Of Trump /you Have A Very Soft Voice, Susan

Within the concentric circles of Trump's regime lies an unseen culture of occultists, power-seekers, and mind-magicians whose influence is on the rise. In this unparalleled account, historian Gary Lachman examines the influence of occult and esoteric...

4:00-5:00pm -01 - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - The Magical Mystery Tour The Poetics Of Healing, Trauma And Divorce With Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy is faculty in Goddard College's Healing Arts and Science program, and in this conversation she talks about the poetics of healing and dealing with trauma and about healing from separation and...

5:00-6:00pm -01 - News

Alternative Radio - Alternative Radio [lilly Adams / Bruce Amundson] Preventing Nuclear Apocalypse

You may know Apocalypse as a Marvel Comics supervillain. It is a word of Greek origin, meaning the catastrophic final destruction of the world. The use of nuclear weapons would be apocalyptic. It is difficult to imagine extinction. Understandably, most...

6:00-8:00pm -01 - Mysteries

The Gralien Report - Tgr 03.11.19. Sea Serpents In The Victorian Era

This week, in addition to news and debate over the ethics of robotics, we look at 19th and early 20th-century newspaper reports that weighed in on the debate over the existence of sea serpents. This post, TGR 03.11.19. Sea Serpents in the Victorian Era,...

8:00-10:00pm -01 - Law

This Week In Law - Twil 448: Odious Buffooons

Remix culture copyright, strangers may be watching your Ring video, location data up for sale to bounty hunters, social media rules for politicians, Apple trolls CES, consumer advocacy groups want the FTC to look at kids' apps on Google Play, lessons to...

10:00-12:00am -01 - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report Dark Star Rising: Magick And Power In The Age Of Trump /you Have A Very Soft Voice, Susan

Within the concentric circles of Trump's regime lies an unseen culture of occultists, power-seekers, and mind-magicians whose influence is on the rise. In this unparalleled account, historian Gary Lachman examines the influence of occult and esoteric...

12:00-1:00am -01 - Commentary

Windows On The World - Fake Terror Apocalypse

Windows on the World is aimed at those who are fed up with propaganda from mainstream and most importantly want to do something about it. We aim to offer solutions without fear mongering.

1:00-2:00am -01 - News

Alternative Radio - Alternative Radio [lilly Adams / Bruce Amundson] Preventing Nuclear Apocalypse

You may know Apocalypse as a Marvel Comics supervillain. It is a word of Greek origin, meaning the catastrophic final destruction of the world. The use of nuclear weapons would be apocalyptic. It is difficult to imagine extinction. Understandably, most...

2:00-3:30am -01 - Mysteries

Earth Ancients - Jon Klimo: Oracles And Spirit Communication

Dr. Jon Klimo is widely considered to be the world's leading authority on the subject of channeling and author of the definitive work on the topic, Channeling: Investigations on Receiving Information from Paranormal Sources (1988, 1998), which has been...

3:30-4:00am -01 - Commentary

The Corbett Report - The Corbett Report Interview 1398 – The Lead Up To Wwi On Radio Fault Lines

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

4:00-5:00am -01 - Technology

This Week In Computer Hardware - Twich 508: 3.14 Reasons To Buy The Gtx 1660

The GTX 1660 (non-Ti) reviewed! Plus, Corsair's $250 Crystal Series 680X RGB ATX Case, Monoprice's MP Mini Delta 3D Printer, DirectX 12 on Windows 7, Halo: The Master Chief Collection for PC, AMD 7nm Navi GPU news, and NVIDIA buys Mellanox. Hosts:...

5:00-6:00am -01 - Technology

Triangulation - 389: Blake Harris: The History Of The Future

Jason Howell speaks with returning guest Blake Harris, author of the bestseller Console Wars, about his latest book, The History of the Future: Oculus, Facebook, and the Revolution That Swept Virtual Reality. They discuss Harris' three-plus years...

6:00-7:00am -01 - Ecology

For The Wild - For The Wild Dr. M. Jackson On The Teachings Of Glacial Beings

Our planet is covered in over five million square miles of ice, yet most of us have not encountered the intimacy and majesty of a glacier in person. We have not listened to their songs nor witnessed their shades of white and blue in clarity and opacity....

7:00-8:00am -01 - Science

Mad Scientist Podcast - Mad Scientist Podcast 8: Unabomber Part 2: Hell Of A Time At Harvard

Did Harvard make the Unabomber? Can you take apart a personality, then put it back together? Why did people in the 50s love amphetamines so much? Find out on this week's episode!

8:00-9:00am -01 - Commentary

Windows On The World - Fake Terror Apocalypse

Windows on the World is aimed at those who are fed up with propaganda from mainstream and most importantly want to do something about it. We aim to offer solutions without fear mongering.

9:00-10:00am -01 - News

Alternative Radio - Alternative Radio [lilly Adams / Bruce Amundson] Preventing Nuclear Apocalypse

You may know Apocalypse as a Marvel Comics supervillain. It is a word of Greek origin, meaning the catastrophic final destruction of the world. The use of nuclear weapons would be apocalyptic. It is difficult to imagine extinction. Understandably, most...

10:00-11:30am -01 - Mysteries

Earth Ancients - Jon Klimo: Oracles And Spirit Communication

Dr. Jon Klimo is widely considered to be the world's leading authority on the subject of channeling and author of the definitive work on the topic, Channeling: Investigations on Receiving Information from Paranormal Sources (1988, 1998), which has been...

11:30-12:00pm -01 - Commentary

The Corbett Report - The Corbett Report Interview 1398 – The Lead Up To Wwi On Radio Fault Lines

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

12:00-1:00pm -01 - Technology

This Week In Computer Hardware - Twich 508: 3.14 Reasons To Buy The Gtx 1660

The GTX 1660 (non-Ti) reviewed! Plus, Corsair's $250 Crystal Series 680X RGB ATX Case, Monoprice's MP Mini Delta 3D Printer, DirectX 12 on Windows 7, Halo: The Master Chief Collection for PC, AMD 7nm Navi GPU news, and NVIDIA buys Mellanox. Hosts:...

1:00-2:00pm -01 - Technology

Triangulation - 389: Blake Harris: The History Of The Future

Jason Howell speaks with returning guest Blake Harris, author of the bestseller Console Wars, about his latest book, The History of the Future: Oculus, Facebook, and the Revolution That Swept Virtual Reality. They discuss Harris' three-plus years...

2:00-3:00pm -01 - Ecology

For The Wild - For The Wild Dr. M. Jackson On The Teachings Of Glacial Beings

Our planet is covered in over five million square miles of ice, yet most of us have not encountered the intimacy and majesty of a glacier in person. We have not listened to their songs nor witnessed their shades of white and blue in clarity and opacity....

3:00-4:00pm -01 - Science

Mad Scientist Podcast - Mad Scientist Podcast 8: Unabomber Part 2: Hell Of A Time At Harvard

Did Harvard make the Unabomber? Can you take apart a personality, then put it back together? Why did people in the 50s love amphetamines so much? Find out on this week's episode!

4:00-5:00pm -01 - Commentary

Windows On The World - Fake Terror Apocalypse

Windows on the World is aimed at those who are fed up with propaganda from mainstream and most importantly want to do something about it. We aim to offer solutions without fear mongering.

5:00-5:30pm -01 - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Harm Reduction Around The Us

Julia Negron speaks of need for harm reduction in Florida, Cassandra Federique of DPA re renewed compassion in US, Tony Papa of DPA re sentencing disparity, Justin George reporter with Marshall Program and Howard Wooldridge re UN call for decriminalization...

5:30-6:00pm -01 - Commentary

Century Of Lies - White House Drug Policy

This week on Century of Lies: a Congressional committee takes a critical look at White House drug policy. We'll hear from Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), chair of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, as well as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)....

6:00-7:30pm -01 - Mysteries

Earth Ancients - Jon Klimo: Oracles And Spirit Communication

Dr. Jon Klimo is widely considered to be the world's leading authority on the subject of channeling and author of the definitive work on the topic, Channeling: Investigations on Receiving Information from Paranormal Sources (1988, 1998), which has been...

7:30-8:00pm -01 - Commentary

The Corbett Report - The Corbett Report Interview 1398 – The Lead Up To Wwi On Radio Fault Lines

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

8:00-9:00pm -01 - Technology

This Week In Computer Hardware - Twich 508: 3.14 Reasons To Buy The Gtx 1660

The GTX 1660 (non-Ti) reviewed! Plus, Corsair's $250 Crystal Series 680X RGB ATX Case, Monoprice's MP Mini Delta 3D Printer, DirectX 12 on Windows 7, Halo: The Master Chief Collection for PC, AMD 7nm Navi GPU news, and NVIDIA buys Mellanox. Hosts:...

9:00-10:00pm -01 - Technology

Triangulation - 389: Blake Harris: The History Of The Future

Jason Howell speaks with returning guest Blake Harris, author of the bestseller Console Wars, about his latest book, The History of the Future: Oculus, Facebook, and the Revolution That Swept Virtual Reality. They discuss Harris' three-plus years...

10:00-11:00pm -01 - Ecology

For The Wild - For The Wild Dr. M. Jackson On The Teachings Of Glacial Beings

Our planet is covered in over five million square miles of ice, yet most of us have not encountered the intimacy and majesty of a glacier in person. We have not listened to their songs nor witnessed their shades of white and blue in clarity and opacity....

11:00-12:00am -01 - Science

Mad Scientist Podcast - Mad Scientist Podcast 8: Unabomber Part 2: Hell Of A Time At Harvard

Did Harvard make the Unabomber? Can you take apart a personality, then put it back together? Why did people in the 50s love amphetamines so much? Find out on this week's episode!