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12:00-1:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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1:00-3:00am +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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3:00-4:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

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

This Week In Tech - Twit 732: Why Is My Fridge Playing Icp?

- Amazon's paid tweeters program backfires- Telus email out for the past 4 days- $3 Million Fortnite winner SWATted- How Gamergate launched a culture war- Esports is officially mainstream - how to get an esports scholarship to college- Verizon sells...

6:30-7:30am +00 - Ecology

The Permaculture Show - The Permaculture Show Broad Impact Permaculture

“What have you seen through your lived experience and via your increasing network that gives you not only aspirational hope, but also “perspirational” perspective and confidence of moving past demonstration projects and moving toward broader-scale...

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

Radio Curious - Domingo Sarmiento & Daniel Lewis " An Argentine President

Domingo Sarmiento, a teacher and later President of the Republic of Argentina, spent several years traveling in Europe and the United States in the mid-19th Century. He spent six weeks in the US in the fall of 1847 and later published his account of this...

8:00-9:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

9:00-10:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

10:00-12:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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

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

This Week In Tech - Twit 732: Why Is My Fridge Playing Icp?

- Amazon's paid tweeters program backfires- Telus email out for the past 4 days- $3 Million Fortnite winner SWATted- How Gamergate launched a culture war- Esports is officially mainstream - how to get an esports scholarship to college- Verizon sells...

2:30-3:30pm +00 - Ecology

The Permaculture Show - The Permaculture Show Broad Impact Permaculture

“What have you seen through your lived experience and via your increasing network that gives you not only aspirational hope, but also “perspirational” perspective and confidence of moving past demonstration projects and moving toward broader-scale...

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

Radio Curious - Domingo Sarmiento & Daniel Lewis " An Argentine President

Domingo Sarmiento, a teacher and later President of the Republic of Argentina, spent several years traveling in Europe and the United States in the mid-19th Century. He spent six weeks in the US in the fall of 1847 and later published his account of this...

4:00-5:00pm +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

5:00-6:00pm +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

6:00-8:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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

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

This Week In Tech - Twit 732: Why Is My Fridge Playing Icp?

- Amazon's paid tweeters program backfires- Telus email out for the past 4 days- $3 Million Fortnite winner SWATted- How Gamergate launched a culture war- Esports is officially mainstream - how to get an esports scholarship to college- Verizon sells...

10:30-11:30pm +00 - Ecology

The Permaculture Show - The Permaculture Show Broad Impact Permaculture

“What have you seen through your lived experience and via your increasing network that gives you not only aspirational hope, but also “perspirational” perspective and confidence of moving past demonstration projects and moving toward broader-scale...

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

Radio Curious - Domingo Sarmiento & Daniel Lewis " An Argentine President

Domingo Sarmiento, a teacher and later President of the Republic of Argentina, spent several years traveling in Europe and the United States in the mid-19th Century. He spent six weeks in the US in the fall of 1847 and later published his account of this...

12:00-1:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

1:00-2:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

2:00-4:00am +00 - Mysteries

The Gralien Report - 08.20.19. The Monolith

This week we look at how the concept of the "monolith" featured in the film "2001: A Space Odyssey" has shaped the future of space travel and the scientific search for alien life. This post, 08.20.19. The Monolith, first appeared at The Gralien...

4:00-6:00am +00 - Science

This Week In Science - This Week In Science 21 August, 2019 – Episode 735 – What’s In A Brain?

Human Brain Evolution, Brain Lanes, Brain Maps, Toxoplasmystery Solved!, Lake Of Bones!, Koala Poo Pills, Locust Face Plants, Underwater Boat!, Beneficial Recklessness?, Mongolia!, Practice Or Perfect, Spider Storms, Memory Ripples?, Bioluminescent...

6:00-8:00am +00 - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report Goin On Patrol ...

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

8:00-9:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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9:00-10:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

10:00-12:00pm +00 - Mysteries

The Gralien Report - 08.20.19. The Monolith

This week we look at how the concept of the "monolith" featured in the film "2001: A Space Odyssey" has shaped the future of space travel and the scientific search for alien life. This post, 08.20.19. The Monolith, first appeared at The Gralien...

12:00-2:00pm +00 - Science

This Week In Science - This Week In Science 21 August, 2019 – Episode 735 – What’s In A Brain?

Human Brain Evolution, Brain Lanes, Brain Maps, Toxoplasmystery Solved!, Lake Of Bones!, Koala Poo Pills, Locust Face Plants, Underwater Boat!, Beneficial Recklessness?, Mongolia!, Practice Or Perfect, Spider Storms, Memory Ripples?, Bioluminescent...

2:00-4:00pm +00 - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report Goin On Patrol ...

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

4:00-5:00pm +00 - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - The Magical Mystery Tour Bill Cushing A Former Life: An Overview Of The Past 60 Years In Poetry

Bill Cushing is a writer, poet and professor of writing at East Los Angeles and Mt. San Antonio Colleges. He's the author of two collections of poetry Notes and Letters: A Celebration of Music and Poetry, which he has performed and recorded with his...

5:00-6:00pm +00 - News

Alternative Radio - Alternative Radio [paul Street] The Anti Democratic U.s. Constitution

The title of this program may come as a surprise to some. The Constitution is considered by many in the United States as a sacred document. Its framers are venerated as demi-gods. The Founders, white men, slave owners and holding property shaped a...

6:00-8:00pm +00 - Mysteries

The Gralien Report - 08.20.19. The Monolith

This week we look at how the concept of the "monolith" featured in the film "2001: A Space Odyssey" has shaped the future of space travel and the scientific search for alien life. This post, 08.20.19. The Monolith, first appeared at The Gralien...

8:00-10:00pm +00 - Science

This Week In Science - This Week In Science 21 August, 2019 – Episode 735 – What’s In A Brain?

Human Brain Evolution, Brain Lanes, Brain Maps, Toxoplasmystery Solved!, Lake Of Bones!, Koala Poo Pills, Locust Face Plants, Underwater Boat!, Beneficial Recklessness?, Mongolia!, Practice Or Perfect, Spider Storms, Memory Ripples?, Bioluminescent...

10:00-12:00am +00 - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report Goin On Patrol ...

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

12:00-1:00am +00 - Commentary

Windows On The World - The Global Totalitarians

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 +00 - News

Alternative Radio - Alternative Radio [paul Street] The Anti Democratic U.s. Constitution

The title of this program may come as a surprise to some. The Constitution is considered by many in the United States as a sacred document. Its framers are venerated as demi-gods. The Founders, white men, slave owners and holding property shaped a...

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

Earth Ancients - Randall Carlson: Catastrophes Of Ancient Earth

The mission of Sacred Geometry International and The Cosmographic Research Institute to investigate and document the catastrophic history of the world and the evidence for advanced knowledge in earlier cultures; through educational programs to advance a...

3:30-4:00am +00 - 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 +00 - Technology

This Week In Computer Hardware - Twich 530: 10th Gen Intel Cpus & Minecraft Rtx

6-Core Mobile CPUs??? Let's talk 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake processors! (Wait... could there be a 6-core Dell XPS 13?) Minecraft gets gorgeous with Nvidia RTX ray tracing, new gear from Alienware, and the Apple Watch 5 rumours are rolling... All that and...

5:00-6:00am +00 - Technology

Triangulation - 410: Bryan Walsh: End Times

Bryan Walsh is the author of End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World. He talks with Mikah Sargent about the many, many ways Mother Earth may try to kill us all and the ways we might beat her to it. He also gives some hope for the future. Host:...

6:00-7:00am +00 - Ecology

For The Wild - For The Wild Tara Houska & Ruth Breech On Divesting From Toxic Capitalism /133

Climate disaster is unfolding before our eyes every day, and yet banks have poured $1.9 trillion into maintaining and expanding the fossil fuel industry since the Paris Agreement was adopted. These investments prop up a dying trade while destroying our...

7:00-8:00am +00 - Science

Mad Scientist Podcast - Mad Scientist Podcast 25: Silent Spring Episode 1: The Age Of Pesticides

In this episode join Chris and Marie as they talk about the beginning of the age of pesticides, and the eventual rise of Rachel Carson and the modern environmentalist movement. 

8:00-9:00am +00 - Commentary

Windows On The World - The Global Totalitarians

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 +00 - News

Alternative Radio - Alternative Radio [paul Street] The Anti Democratic U.s. Constitution

The title of this program may come as a surprise to some. The Constitution is considered by many in the United States as a sacred document. Its framers are venerated as demi-gods. The Founders, white men, slave owners and holding property shaped a...

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

Earth Ancients - Randall Carlson: Catastrophes Of Ancient Earth

The mission of Sacred Geometry International and The Cosmographic Research Institute to investigate and document the catastrophic history of the world and the evidence for advanced knowledge in earlier cultures; through educational programs to advance a...

11:30-12:00pm +00 - 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 +00 - Technology

This Week In Computer Hardware - Twich 530: 10th Gen Intel Cpus & Minecraft Rtx

6-Core Mobile CPUs??? Let's talk 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake processors! (Wait... could there be a 6-core Dell XPS 13?) Minecraft gets gorgeous with Nvidia RTX ray tracing, new gear from Alienware, and the Apple Watch 5 rumours are rolling... All that and...

1:00-2:00pm +00 - Technology

Triangulation - 410: Bryan Walsh: End Times

Bryan Walsh is the author of End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World. He talks with Mikah Sargent about the many, many ways Mother Earth may try to kill us all and the ways we might beat her to it. He also gives some hope for the future. Host:...

2:00-3:00pm +00 - Ecology

For The Wild - For The Wild Tara Houska & Ruth Breech On Divesting From Toxic Capitalism /133

Climate disaster is unfolding before our eyes every day, and yet banks have poured $1.9 trillion into maintaining and expanding the fossil fuel industry since the Paris Agreement was adopted. These investments prop up a dying trade while destroying our...

3:00-4:00pm +00 - Science

Mad Scientist Podcast - Mad Scientist Podcast 25: Silent Spring Episode 1: The Age Of Pesticides

In this episode join Chris and Marie as they talk about the beginning of the age of pesticides, and the eventual rise of Rachel Carson and the modern environmentalist movement. 

4:00-5:00pm +00 - Commentary

Windows On The World - The Global Totalitarians

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 +00 - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Labor Day Weekend Cannabis Conference In Texas

John Baucum President of Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition re , Meagan Volpo of Ladybud.org re confining control by corporate cannabis + Okla Dispensary Kidnapping, UK opioid report via ITV and Philadelphia attempts to set up safe injection...

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

Century Of Lies - Sanho Tree, Director Of The Drug Policy Project At The Institute For Policy Studies

This week on Century of Lies, part two of our conversation with Sanho Tree, Director of the Drug Policy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, plus a report on the Colombian peace process.

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

Earth Ancients - Randall Carlson: Catastrophes Of Ancient Earth

The mission of Sacred Geometry International and The Cosmographic Research Institute to investigate and document the catastrophic history of the world and the evidence for advanced knowledge in earlier cultures; through educational programs to advance a...

7:30-8:00pm +00 - 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 +00 - Technology

This Week In Computer Hardware - Twich 530: 10th Gen Intel Cpus & Minecraft Rtx

6-Core Mobile CPUs??? Let's talk 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake processors! (Wait... could there be a 6-core Dell XPS 13?) Minecraft gets gorgeous with Nvidia RTX ray tracing, new gear from Alienware, and the Apple Watch 5 rumours are rolling... All that and...

9:00-10:00pm +00 - Technology

Triangulation - 410: Bryan Walsh: End Times

Bryan Walsh is the author of End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World. He talks with Mikah Sargent about the many, many ways Mother Earth may try to kill us all and the ways we might beat her to it. He also gives some hope for the future. Host:...

10:00-11:00pm +00 - Ecology

For The Wild - For The Wild Tara Houska & Ruth Breech On Divesting From Toxic Capitalism /133

Climate disaster is unfolding before our eyes every day, and yet banks have poured $1.9 trillion into maintaining and expanding the fossil fuel industry since the Paris Agreement was adopted. These investments prop up a dying trade while destroying our...

11:00-12:00am +00 - Science

Mad Scientist Podcast - Mad Scientist Podcast 25: Silent Spring Episode 1: The Age Of Pesticides

In this episode join Chris and Marie as they talk about the beginning of the age of pesticides, and the eventual rise of Rachel Carson and the modern environmentalist movement. 

12:00-1:00am +00 - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - The Magical Mystery Tour Bill Cushing A Former Life: An Overview Of The Past 60 Years In Poetry

Bill Cushing is a writer, poet and professor of writing at East Los Angeles and Mt. San Antonio Colleges. He's the author of two collections of poetry Notes and Letters: A Celebration of Music and Poetry, which he has performed and recorded with his...

1:00-1:30am +00 - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Labor Day Weekend Cannabis Conference In Texas

John Baucum President of Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition re , Meagan Volpo of Ladybud.org re confining control by corporate cannabis + Okla Dispensary Kidnapping, UK opioid report via ITV and Philadelphia attempts to set up safe injection...

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

Century Of Lies - Sanho Tree, Director Of The Drug Policy Project At The Institute For Policy Studies

This week on Century of Lies, part two of our conversation with Sanho Tree, Director of the Drug Policy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, plus a report on the Colombian peace process.

2:00-4:00am +00 - Mysteries

End Of Days - End Of Days Michael Decon X James Fetzer X Myke Hideous Down The Rabbit Hole W/ The Professor, Mass Shootings & False Flag Operations, Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracies

Episode 182: Family Fun  James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is an emeritus professor of the philosophy of science at the University of Minnesota Duluth and a conspiracy theorist. In the late 1970s, Fetzer worked on assessing and clarifying the...

4:00-6:00am +00 - Technology

Security Now - Security Now Sn 728: The Knob Is Broken

• Last Tuesday was another busy and important patch Tuesday• And speaking of Patch Tuesday... 3rd-Party A/V Strikes Again!• Kaspersky facilitates independent web tracking• So, what the heck is "CTF" ??• 23 Government agencies in Texas were hit...

6:00-7:00am +00 - Science

Exploration - Exploration Aug. 19, 2019

Guests: Dr. Brian Green, Dr. Lisa Randall Topic: string theory and the theory of everything

7:00-8:00am +00 - Ecology

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothe Harsh Realities Of Now (Summer 2019 Replay)

The most downloaded Radio Ecoshock program ever! – David Wasdell, head of the Apollo-Gaia Project, returns to Radio Ecoshock with devastating revelations about how climate science has been manipulated or ignored by the IPCC, and by the leaders meeting...

8:00-9:00am +00 - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - The Magical Mystery Tour Bill Cushing A Former Life: An Overview Of The Past 60 Years In Poetry

Bill Cushing is a writer, poet and professor of writing at East Los Angeles and Mt. San Antonio Colleges. He's the author of two collections of poetry Notes and Letters: A Celebration of Music and Poetry, which he has performed and recorded with his...

9:00-9:30am +00 - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Labor Day Weekend Cannabis Conference In Texas

John Baucum President of Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition re , Meagan Volpo of Ladybud.org re confining control by corporate cannabis + Okla Dispensary Kidnapping, UK opioid report via ITV and Philadelphia attempts to set up safe injection...

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

Century Of Lies - Sanho Tree, Director Of The Drug Policy Project At The Institute For Policy Studies

This week on Century of Lies, part two of our conversation with Sanho Tree, Director of the Drug Policy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, plus a report on the Colombian peace process.

10:00-12:00pm +00 - Mysteries

End Of Days - End Of Days Michael Decon X James Fetzer X Myke Hideous Down The Rabbit Hole W/ The Professor, Mass Shootings & False Flag Operations, Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracies

Episode 182: Family Fun  James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is an emeritus professor of the philosophy of science at the University of Minnesota Duluth and a conspiracy theorist. In the late 1970s, Fetzer worked on assessing and clarifying the...

12:00-2:00pm +00 - Technology

Security Now - Security Now Sn 728: The Knob Is Broken

• Last Tuesday was another busy and important patch Tuesday• And speaking of Patch Tuesday... 3rd-Party A/V Strikes Again!• Kaspersky facilitates independent web tracking• So, what the heck is "CTF" ??• 23 Government agencies in Texas were hit...

2:00-3:00pm +00 - Science

Exploration - Exploration Aug. 19, 2019

Guests: Dr. Brian Green, Dr. Lisa Randall Topic: string theory and the theory of everything

3:00-4:00pm +00 - Ecology

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothe Harsh Realities Of Now (Summer 2019 Replay)

The most downloaded Radio Ecoshock program ever! – David Wasdell, head of the Apollo-Gaia Project, returns to Radio Ecoshock with devastating revelations about how climate science has been manipulated or ignored by the IPCC, and by the leaders meeting...

4:00-5:00pm +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

5:00-6:00pm +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

6:00-8:00pm +00 - Mysteries

End Of Days - End Of Days Michael Decon X James Fetzer X Myke Hideous Down The Rabbit Hole W/ The Professor, Mass Shootings & False Flag Operations, Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracies

Episode 182: Family Fun  James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is an emeritus professor of the philosophy of science at the University of Minnesota Duluth and a conspiracy theorist. In the late 1970s, Fetzer worked on assessing and clarifying the...

8:00-10:00pm +00 - Technology

Security Now - Security Now Sn 728: The Knob Is Broken

• Last Tuesday was another busy and important patch Tuesday• And speaking of Patch Tuesday... 3rd-Party A/V Strikes Again!• Kaspersky facilitates independent web tracking• So, what the heck is "CTF" ??• 23 Government agencies in Texas were hit...

10:00-11:00pm +00 - Science

Exploration - Exploration Aug. 19, 2019

Guests: Dr. Brian Green, Dr. Lisa Randall Topic: string theory and the theory of everything

11:00-12:00am +00 - Ecology

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothe Harsh Realities Of Now (Summer 2019 Replay)

The most downloaded Radio Ecoshock program ever! – David Wasdell, head of the Apollo-Gaia Project, returns to Radio Ecoshock with devastating revelations about how climate science has been manipulated or ignored by the IPCC, and by the leaders meeting...

12:00-1:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

1:00-3:00am +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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

3:00-4:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

4:00-4:30am +00 - Science

Science Weekly - Oceans Of Noise: Episode Three –

During our summer break, we’re revisiting the archives. Today, Wildlife recordist Chris Watson concludes this three-part journey into the sonic environment of the ocean, celebrating the sounds and songs of marine life and investigating the threat of...

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

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go Peter Robbins On The State Of Ufo Research August 17, 2019

Peter joins Seriah in studio to talk about the way the UFO seems to be perceived today, how the NY Times article changed things, Project Blue Book, and much more... Outro Music was Johnny Unheimlich with...

6:00-7:00am +00 - Science

Big Picture Science - Granting Immunity

“Diversity or die” could be your new health mantra. Don’t boost your immune system, cultivate it! Like a garden, your body’s defenses benefit from species diversity.  Find out why multiple strains of microbes, engaged in a delicate ballet with...

7:00-7:30am +00 - Ecology

Living Planet - A Sound Environment

From natural sounds to artificial ones and even something in-between — this week's show is all about the indelible link between sound and the environment. We hear how plastic waste can be used to make a new kind of noise, and how kids in Colombia are...

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

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Promising Approaches In Suicide Prevention, And How To Retreat From Climate Change

Changing the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline from 1-800-273- 8255 (TALK) to a three-digit number could save lives—especially when coupled with other strategies. Host Meagan Cantwell talks to Greg Miller, a science journalist based in Portland,...

8:00-9:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

9:00-10:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

10:00-12:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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

12:00-12:30pm +00 - Science

Science Weekly - Oceans Of Noise: Episode Three –

During our summer break, we’re revisiting the archives. Today, Wildlife recordist Chris Watson concludes this three-part journey into the sonic environment of the ocean, celebrating the sounds and songs of marine life and investigating the threat of...

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

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go Peter Robbins On The State Of Ufo Research August 17, 2019

Peter joins Seriah in studio to talk about the way the UFO seems to be perceived today, how the NY Times article changed things, Project Blue Book, and much more... Outro Music was Johnny Unheimlich with...

2:00-3:00pm +00 - Science

Big Picture Science - Granting Immunity

“Diversity or die” could be your new health mantra. Don’t boost your immune system, cultivate it! Like a garden, your body’s defenses benefit from species diversity.  Find out why multiple strains of microbes, engaged in a delicate ballet with...

3:00-3:30pm +00 - Ecology

Living Planet - A Sound Environment

From natural sounds to artificial ones and even something in-between — this week's show is all about the indelible link between sound and the environment. We hear how plastic waste can be used to make a new kind of noise, and how kids in Colombia are...

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

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Promising Approaches In Suicide Prevention, And How To Retreat From Climate Change

Changing the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline from 1-800-273- 8255 (TALK) to a three-digit number could save lives—especially when coupled with other strategies. Host Meagan Cantwell talks to Greg Miller, a science journalist based in Portland,...

4:00-5:00pm +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

5:00-6:00pm +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

6:00-8:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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

8:00-8:30pm +00 - Science

Science Weekly - Oceans Of Noise: Episode Three –

During our summer break, we’re revisiting the archives. Today, Wildlife recordist Chris Watson concludes this three-part journey into the sonic environment of the ocean, celebrating the sounds and songs of marine life and investigating the threat of...

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

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go Peter Robbins On The State Of Ufo Research August 17, 2019

Peter joins Seriah in studio to talk about the way the UFO seems to be perceived today, how the NY Times article changed things, Project Blue Book, and much more... Outro Music was Johnny Unheimlich with...

10:00-11:00pm +00 - Science

Big Picture Science - Granting Immunity

“Diversity or die” could be your new health mantra. Don’t boost your immune system, cultivate it! Like a garden, your body’s defenses benefit from species diversity.  Find out why multiple strains of microbes, engaged in a delicate ballet with...

11:00-11:30pm +00 - Ecology

Living Planet - A Sound Environment

From natural sounds to artificial ones and even something in-between — this week's show is all about the indelible link between sound and the environment. We hear how plastic waste can be used to make a new kind of noise, and how kids in Colombia are...

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

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Promising Approaches In Suicide Prevention, And How To Retreat From Climate Change

Changing the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline from 1-800-273- 8255 (TALK) to a three-digit number could save lives—especially when coupled with other strategies. Host Meagan Cantwell talks to Greg Miller, a science journalist based in Portland,...

12:00-1:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

1:00-3:00am +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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

3:00-4:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

4:00-5:00am +00 - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Ep 303 Lucia Peters And Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark

 This week, Lucia Peters From The Fantastic Blog " The Ghost In My Machine" Is Back To Talk About Her New Book, "Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark" - A Guide To Summoning Spirits, Divining The Future, And Invoking The Supernatural- We cover Light as a...

5:00-6:00am +00 - Commentary

Middle Theory - 08.22.19. Of Tyranny, Transhumanism And Terrorism

This week we look at how the tech industry is reshaping the military-industrial complex, Jeffrey Epstein's bizarre transhumanist beliefs, and the recent riots in Hong Kong which China has compared to...

6:00-7:00am +00 - Science

Startalk Radio - Making Stuff, With Adam Savage

Neil deGrasse Tyson, author and inventor extraordinaire Adam Savage, and comic co-host Chuck Nice answer fan-submitted questions about MythBusters, the creative process, the future of engineering, movies, and much more! NOTE: StarTalk All-Access...

7:00-7:30am +00 - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Tamara Duker Freuman Interview

Did you know that gastrointestinal bloating can be caused by a variety of reasons? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Tamara Duker Freuman, M.S., R.D., registered dietitian and author of The...

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

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Teens And Pornography / Gynecologic Cancer / Adult Asthma

Children are growing up in an age where technology and screen time are a part of life. More than 80% of U.S. teens have access to a smartphone, according to a recent study done by Common Sense Media. And while a mobile device can be used to stay connected...

8:00-9:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

9:00-10:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

10:00-12:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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

12:00-1:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Ep 303 Lucia Peters And Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark

 This week, Lucia Peters From The Fantastic Blog " The Ghost In My Machine" Is Back To Talk About Her New Book, "Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark" - A Guide To Summoning Spirits, Divining The Future, And Invoking The Supernatural- We cover Light as a...

1:00-2:00pm +00 - Commentary

Middle Theory - 08.22.19. Of Tyranny, Transhumanism And Terrorism

This week we look at how the tech industry is reshaping the military-industrial complex, Jeffrey Epstein's bizarre transhumanist beliefs, and the recent riots in Hong Kong which China has compared to...

2:00-3:00pm +00 - Science

Startalk Radio - Making Stuff, With Adam Savage

Neil deGrasse Tyson, author and inventor extraordinaire Adam Savage, and comic co-host Chuck Nice answer fan-submitted questions about MythBusters, the creative process, the future of engineering, movies, and much more! NOTE: StarTalk All-Access...

3:00-3:30pm +00 - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Tamara Duker Freuman Interview

Did you know that gastrointestinal bloating can be caused by a variety of reasons? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Tamara Duker Freuman, M.S., R.D., registered dietitian and author of The...

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

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Teens And Pornography / Gynecologic Cancer / Adult Asthma

Children are growing up in an age where technology and screen time are a part of life. More than 80% of U.S. teens have access to a smartphone, according to a recent study done by Common Sense Media. And while a mobile device can be used to stay connected...

4:00-5:00pm +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

5:00-6:00pm +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

6:00-8:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Dr J Radio Live - How You Can Contact Et S W Kosta Makreas Of Et Lets Talk

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

8:00-9:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Ep 303 Lucia Peters And Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark

 This week, Lucia Peters From The Fantastic Blog " The Ghost In My Machine" Is Back To Talk About Her New Book, "Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark" - A Guide To Summoning Spirits, Divining The Future, And Invoking The Supernatural- We cover Light as a...

9:00-10:00pm +00 - Commentary

Middle Theory - 08.22.19. Of Tyranny, Transhumanism And Terrorism

This week we look at how the tech industry is reshaping the military-industrial complex, Jeffrey Epstein's bizarre transhumanist beliefs, and the recent riots in Hong Kong which China has compared to...

10:00-11:00pm +00 - Science

Startalk Radio - Making Stuff, With Adam Savage

Neil deGrasse Tyson, author and inventor extraordinaire Adam Savage, and comic co-host Chuck Nice answer fan-submitted questions about MythBusters, the creative process, the future of engineering, movies, and much more! NOTE: StarTalk All-Access...

11:00-11:30pm +00 - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Tamara Duker Freuman Interview

Did you know that gastrointestinal bloating can be caused by a variety of reasons? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Tamara Duker Freuman, M.S., R.D., registered dietitian and author of The...

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

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Teens And Pornography / Gynecologic Cancer / Adult Asthma

Children are growing up in an age where technology and screen time are a part of life. More than 80% of U.S. teens have access to a smartphone, according to a recent study done by Common Sense Media. And while a mobile device can be used to stay connected...

12:00-1:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

1:00-2:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

2:00-4:00am +00 - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - Episode 275 Timothy Renner 4 (Strange Familiars Swapcast)

Recorded August 13th, 2019 Timothy Renner joins for a very fun,spooky,interesting, and philosophical swapcast with his podcast Strange Familiars. We speak to Tim about some of his experiences with the paranormal including Alien Abduction. We also cover...

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

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1619

Troubleshoot TV's, VOIP services for businesses, the life span of a hybrid vehicle battery, extending the range of Bluetooth, syncing audiobooks to your phone, unable to cut and paste in Android TV and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Sam...

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

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For August 21, 2019

Israeli Travel Ban Against two Muslim Congresswomen Provokes Bipartisan Outrage; Corrections Officer Deliberately Drives Through Peaceful Protesters Blocking RI ICE Detention Center; Scott Marks, lead labor organizer with New Haven...

7:00-8:00am +00 - Technology

Floss Weekly - Floss Weekly 531: Bareos

Bareos is a reliable, cross-network open source software for backup, archiving and recovery of data for all well-established operating systems. It offers among other features LTO hardware encryption, bandwidth limitation and new practical console...

8:00-9:00am +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

9:00-10:00am +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

10:00-12:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - Episode 275 Timothy Renner 4 (Strange Familiars Swapcast)

Recorded August 13th, 2019 Timothy Renner joins for a very fun,spooky,interesting, and philosophical swapcast with his podcast Strange Familiars. We speak to Tim about some of his experiences with the paranormal including Alien Abduction. We also cover...

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

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1619

Troubleshoot TV's, VOIP services for businesses, the life span of a hybrid vehicle battery, extending the range of Bluetooth, syncing audiobooks to your phone, unable to cut and paste in Android TV and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Sam...

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

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For August 21, 2019

Israeli Travel Ban Against two Muslim Congresswomen Provokes Bipartisan Outrage; Corrections Officer Deliberately Drives Through Peaceful Protesters Blocking RI ICE Detention Center; Scott Marks, lead labor organizer with New Haven...

3:00-4:00pm +00 - Technology

Floss Weekly - Floss Weekly 531: Bareos

Bareos is a reliable, cross-network open source software for backup, archiving and recovery of data for all well-established operating systems. It offers among other features LTO hardware encryption, bandwidth limitation and new practical console...

4:00-5:00pm +00 - Commentary

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 8/22/2019

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

5:00-6:00pm +00 - News

Democracy Now - - 2019 08 23 Friday

We speak with Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, a leading critic of the Trump administration's immigration policy; Fires in the Amazon rainforest continue to devastate indigenous communities and...

6:00-8:00pm +00 - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - Episode 275 Timothy Renner 4 (Strange Familiars Swapcast)

Recorded August 13th, 2019 Timothy Renner joins for a very fun,spooky,interesting, and philosophical swapcast with his podcast Strange Familiars. We speak to Tim about some of his experiences with the paranormal including Alien Abduction. We also cover...

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

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1619

Troubleshoot TV's, VOIP services for businesses, the life span of a hybrid vehicle battery, extending the range of Bluetooth, syncing audiobooks to your phone, unable to cut and paste in Android TV and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Sam...

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

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For August 21, 2019

Israeli Travel Ban Against two Muslim Congresswomen Provokes Bipartisan Outrage; Corrections Officer Deliberately Drives Through Peaceful Protesters Blocking RI ICE Detention Center; Scott Marks, lead labor organizer with New Haven...

11:00-12:00am +00 - Technology

Floss Weekly - Floss Weekly 531: Bareos

Bareos is a reliable, cross-network open source software for backup, archiving and recovery of data for all well-established operating systems. It offers among other features LTO hardware encryption, bandwidth limitation and new practical console...