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

Windows On The World - Propaganda And The Big Lie

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 [leilani Farha] The Financialization Of Housing

From Seattle to Toronto, the cost of owning a home is soaring. Rents are no better. Accelerated by neoliberal economic doctrine a paradigm shift in housing has occurred in recent years. There is a growing disconnect between housing as a human right and...

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

Earth Ancients - Michael Tellinger: The Lost Technologies Of Enki

Archaeological proof of the advanced civilization on the southern tip of Africa that preceded Sumer and Egypt by 200,000 years • Includes more than 250 original full-color photographs of South Africa’s circular stone ruins, ancient roads,...

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 521: Did Intel Just Get Stomped By Amd?

E3!!! The Radeon 5700 and 5700 XT sound sweet, but AMD's 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X is the big story. Xbox update: Project Scarlett is coming, and let's have a 5G reality check, please! All that and more in TWiCH, This Week in Computer Hardware, episode 521...

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

Triangulation - 402: Julian Guthrie: Alpha Girls

Megan Morrone speaks with journalist and author Julian Guthrie about her latest book, Alpha Girls: The Women Upstarts Who Took On Silicon Valley's Male Culture and Made the Deals of a Lifetime. They discuss why Julian decided to tell the stories of these...

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

For The Wild - For The Wild Rob Greenfield On Confronting Convenience

In our ever interconnected world, it feels near impossible to extricate ourselves from the harmful systems and oppressive structures that we seek to dismantle. The sheer scale and far-reaching consequences of our global economies, food systems, and...

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

Windows On The World - Propaganda And The Big Lie

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 [leilani Farha] The Financialization Of Housing

From Seattle to Toronto, the cost of owning a home is soaring. Rents are no better. Accelerated by neoliberal economic doctrine a paradigm shift in housing has occurred in recent years. There is a growing disconnect between housing as a human right and...

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

Earth Ancients - Michael Tellinger: The Lost Technologies Of Enki

Archaeological proof of the advanced civilization on the southern tip of Africa that preceded Sumer and Egypt by 200,000 years • Includes more than 250 original full-color photographs of South Africa’s circular stone ruins, ancient roads,...

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 521: Did Intel Just Get Stomped By Amd?

E3!!! The Radeon 5700 and 5700 XT sound sweet, but AMD's 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X is the big story. Xbox update: Project Scarlett is coming, and let's have a 5G reality check, please! All that and more in TWiCH, This Week in Computer Hardware, episode 521...

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

Triangulation - 402: Julian Guthrie: Alpha Girls

Megan Morrone speaks with journalist and author Julian Guthrie about her latest book, Alpha Girls: The Women Upstarts Who Took On Silicon Valley's Male Culture and Made the Deals of a Lifetime. They discuss why Julian decided to tell the stories of these...

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

For The Wild - For The Wild Rob Greenfield On Confronting Convenience

In our ever interconnected world, it feels near impossible to extricate ourselves from the harmful systems and oppressive structures that we seek to dismantle. The sheer scale and far-reaching consequences of our global economies, food systems, and...

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

Windows On The World - Propaganda And The Big Lie

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 - Ed Rosenthal, The "guru Of Ganja"

Ed Rosenthal, the "Guru of Ganja" has a new book: Marijuana Garden Saver + Paul Stanford battles big marijuana in Oregon

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

Century Of Lies - Seattle Hempfest Executive Director Vivian Mcpeak

This week we talk with Seattle Hempfest Executive Director Vivian McPeak about a lawsuit they've filed against the state over onerous restrictions on cannabis businesses, and we talk with Julie Bobbitt,PhD, from the University of Illinois at...

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

Earth Ancients - Michael Tellinger: The Lost Technologies Of Enki

Archaeological proof of the advanced civilization on the southern tip of Africa that preceded Sumer and Egypt by 200,000 years • Includes more than 250 original full-color photographs of South Africa’s circular stone ruins, ancient roads,...

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 521: Did Intel Just Get Stomped By Amd?

E3!!! The Radeon 5700 and 5700 XT sound sweet, but AMD's 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X is the big story. Xbox update: Project Scarlett is coming, and let's have a 5G reality check, please! All that and more in TWiCH, This Week in Computer Hardware, episode 521...

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

Triangulation - 402: Julian Guthrie: Alpha Girls

Megan Morrone speaks with journalist and author Julian Guthrie about her latest book, Alpha Girls: The Women Upstarts Who Took On Silicon Valley's Male Culture and Made the Deals of a Lifetime. They discuss why Julian decided to tell the stories of these...

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

For The Wild - For The Wild Rob Greenfield On Confronting Convenience

In our ever interconnected world, it feels near impossible to extricate ourselves from the harmful systems and oppressive structures that we seek to dismantle. The sheer scale and far-reaching consequences of our global economies, food systems, and...

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

The Magical Mystery Tour - The Magical Mystery Tour Ptolemy Thompkins & James Mustich Interviews With Writers & Book Lovers

This week features two interviews with writers and book lovers Ptolemy Tompkins and James Mustich. Ptolemy Tompkins is a book lover and writer of numerous books. He is the son of the late Peter Tompkins who wrote The Secret Life of Plants. James Mustich...

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

Cultural Baggage - Ed Rosenthal, The "guru Of Ganja"

Ed Rosenthal, the "Guru of Ganja" has a new book: Marijuana Garden Saver + Paul Stanford battles big marijuana in Oregon

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

Century Of Lies - Seattle Hempfest Executive Director Vivian Mcpeak

This week we talk with Seattle Hempfest Executive Director Vivian McPeak about a lawsuit they've filed against the state over onerous restrictions on cannabis businesses, and we talk with Julie Bobbitt,PhD, from the University of Illinois at...

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

End Of Days - End Of Days Matthew Landman What Is That In The Sky?

Episode 171: The Sweet Smell Of Radiation  Matt Landman grew up on the East Coast and relocated to California in 2003 where he worked in Finance and studied film at California State University of Humboldt and earned a Masters degree in Business...

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

Security Now - Security Now Sn 718: Update Exim Now-

• SandboxEscaper drops another 0-day• The still-not-yet-widely-exploited BlueKeep vulnerability• GoldBrute Botnet pounding on RDP servers (but not yet using BlueKeep)• The FBI issued an interesting advisory about not trusting secure sites just...

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

Exploration - Exploration Life In Universe & Quantum Computers

Dr. Michio Haku speaks with Dr. Seth Shostak and Dr. Seth Lloyd on the topics of Life In Universe and Quantum Computers

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

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothere Is No New Normal-

When crazy weather goes on and on, we worry “Is this the way it’s going to be now?” Climate scientist Paul Beckwith says there is no new normal. We should expect extremes, swings, and surprises as the world warms. But first meteorologist Richard ...

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

The Magical Mystery Tour - The Magical Mystery Tour Ptolemy Thompkins & James Mustich Interviews With Writers & Book Lovers

This week features two interviews with writers and book lovers Ptolemy Tompkins and James Mustich. Ptolemy Tompkins is a book lover and writer of numerous books. He is the son of the late Peter Tompkins who wrote The Secret Life of Plants. James Mustich...

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

Cultural Baggage - Ed Rosenthal, The "guru Of Ganja"

Ed Rosenthal, the "Guru of Ganja" has a new book: Marijuana Garden Saver + Paul Stanford battles big marijuana in Oregon

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

Century Of Lies - Seattle Hempfest Executive Director Vivian Mcpeak

This week we talk with Seattle Hempfest Executive Director Vivian McPeak about a lawsuit they've filed against the state over onerous restrictions on cannabis businesses, and we talk with Julie Bobbitt,PhD, from the University of Illinois at...

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

End Of Days - End Of Days Matthew Landman What Is That In The Sky?

Episode 171: The Sweet Smell Of Radiation  Matt Landman grew up on the East Coast and relocated to California in 2003 where he worked in Finance and studied film at California State University of Humboldt and earned a Masters degree in Business...

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

Security Now - Security Now Sn 718: Update Exim Now-

• SandboxEscaper drops another 0-day• The still-not-yet-widely-exploited BlueKeep vulnerability• GoldBrute Botnet pounding on RDP servers (but not yet using BlueKeep)• The FBI issued an interesting advisory about not trusting secure sites just...

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

Exploration - Exploration Life In Universe & Quantum Computers

Dr. Michio Haku speaks with Dr. Seth Shostak and Dr. Seth Lloyd on the topics of Life In Universe and Quantum Computers

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

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothere Is No New Normal-

When crazy weather goes on and on, we worry “Is this the way it’s going to be now?” Climate scientist Paul Beckwith says there is no new normal. We should expect extremes, swings, and surprises as the world warms. But first meteorologist Richard ...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

End Of Days - End Of Days Matthew Landman What Is That In The Sky?

Episode 171: The Sweet Smell Of Radiation  Matt Landman grew up on the East Coast and relocated to California in 2003 where he worked in Finance and studied film at California State University of Humboldt and earned a Masters degree in Business...

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

Security Now - Security Now Sn 718: Update Exim Now-

• SandboxEscaper drops another 0-day• The still-not-yet-widely-exploited BlueKeep vulnerability• GoldBrute Botnet pounding on RDP servers (but not yet using BlueKeep)• The FBI issued an interesting advisory about not trusting secure sites just...

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

Exploration - Exploration Life In Universe & Quantum Computers

Dr. Michio Haku speaks with Dr. Seth Shostak and Dr. Seth Lloyd on the topics of Life In Universe and Quantum Computers

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

Ecoshock - Ecoshock Radiothere Is No New Normal-

When crazy weather goes on and on, we worry “Is this the way it’s going to be now?” Climate scientist Paul Beckwith says there is no new normal. We should expect extremes, swings, and surprises as the world warms. But first meteorologist Richard ...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Dr J Radio Live

Live From Los Angeles

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

Science Weekly - The Fight Against Hiv: Then And Now –podcast

Earlier this year, the UK government announced it wanted to end new HIV transmissions in England by 2030. Hannah Devlin looks at the history of the epidemic, including its impact on the gay community, recent promising drug trials and whether Britain can...

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

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go We Are All Children In The Afterlife With Steve Stockton And Sysco June 8, 2019

In Part 2 of this conversation, Seriah is joined by Sysco Murdoch and Steve Stockton as they talk about The Grinning Man, Grinners, Jumpers, some very strange Cryptids, and much more... Outro Music by Eliza Rickman, with Lark of My...

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

Big Picture Science - It''s Habitable Forming

(repeat) There’s evidence for a subsurface lake on Mars, and scientists are excitedly using the “h” word.  Could the Red Planet be habitable, not billions of years ago, but today?  While we wait – impatiently – for a confirmation of this...

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

Living Planet - What''s Left Of The Amazon?

The Amazon Basin is the largest rainforest area in the world. Countless animal and plant species are at home here as well as several indigenous peoples who still avoid any contact with the outside world. But the Amazon region is under threat from...

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

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Better Hurricane Forecasts And Spotting Salts On Jupiter’s Moon Europa

We’ve all seen images or animations of hurricanes that color code the wind speeds inside the whirling mass—but it turns out we can do a better job measuring these winds and, as a result, better predict the path of the storm. Staff Writer Paul Voosen...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

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

Science Weekly - The Fight Against Hiv: Then And Now –podcast

Earlier this year, the UK government announced it wanted to end new HIV transmissions in England by 2030. Hannah Devlin looks at the history of the epidemic, including its impact on the gay community, recent promising drug trials and whether Britain can...

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

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go We Are All Children In The Afterlife With Steve Stockton And Sysco June 8, 2019

In Part 2 of this conversation, Seriah is joined by Sysco Murdoch and Steve Stockton as they talk about The Grinning Man, Grinners, Jumpers, some very strange Cryptids, and much more... Outro Music by Eliza Rickman, with Lark of My...

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

Big Picture Science - It''s Habitable Forming

(repeat) There’s evidence for a subsurface lake on Mars, and scientists are excitedly using the “h” word.  Could the Red Planet be habitable, not billions of years ago, but today?  While we wait – impatiently – for a confirmation of this...

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

Living Planet - What''s Left Of The Amazon?

The Amazon Basin is the largest rainforest area in the world. Countless animal and plant species are at home here as well as several indigenous peoples who still avoid any contact with the outside world. But the Amazon region is under threat from...

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

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Better Hurricane Forecasts And Spotting Salts On Jupiter’s Moon Europa

We’ve all seen images or animations of hurricanes that color code the wind speeds inside the whirling mass—but it turns out we can do a better job measuring these winds and, as a result, better predict the path of the storm. Staff Writer Paul Voosen...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

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

Science Weekly - The Fight Against Hiv: Then And Now –podcast

Earlier this year, the UK government announced it wanted to end new HIV transmissions in England by 2030. Hannah Devlin looks at the history of the epidemic, including its impact on the gay community, recent promising drug trials and whether Britain can...

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

Where Did The Road Go - Where Did The Road Go We Are All Children In The Afterlife With Steve Stockton And Sysco June 8, 2019

In Part 2 of this conversation, Seriah is joined by Sysco Murdoch and Steve Stockton as they talk about The Grinning Man, Grinners, Jumpers, some very strange Cryptids, and much more... Outro Music by Eliza Rickman, with Lark of My...

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

Big Picture Science - It''s Habitable Forming

(repeat) There’s evidence for a subsurface lake on Mars, and scientists are excitedly using the “h” word.  Could the Red Planet be habitable, not billions of years ago, but today?  While we wait – impatiently – for a confirmation of this...

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

Living Planet - What''s Left Of The Amazon?

The Amazon Basin is the largest rainforest area in the world. Countless animal and plant species are at home here as well as several indigenous peoples who still avoid any contact with the outside world. But the Amazon region is under threat from...

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

Science Magazine Weekly - Science Magazine Weekly Better Hurricane Forecasts And Spotting Salts On Jupiter’s Moon Europa

We’ve all seen images or animations of hurricanes that color code the wind speeds inside the whirling mass—but it turns out we can do a better job measuring these winds and, as a result, better predict the path of the storm. Staff Writer Paul Voosen...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Dr J Radio Live

Live From Los Angeles

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

Project Archivist - Stasis Ep 12 Melissa Martell, Paranormal Forruners And The Human Experience

This week, Melissa Martell from The Secret Door Podcast is with me. We talk about Paranormal Forerunners,  Shared consciousness, Canadian Paranormal Vs American Paranormal, Synchronicity, the shared human experience and a variety of other topics....

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

Middle Theory - 06.06.19. D Day 75

This week's podcast looks at the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the beach landing at Normandy in 1944, the events of which dramatically shifted the outcome of the Second World War. 

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 - Matt Wechsler Interview

Did you know that concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) create polluted landscapes that harm public health and destroy home values? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Matt Wechsler,...

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

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Kindness In Health Care /preventing Wrist Injuries

Cancer is a disease that affects nearly everyone. An estimated 1.7 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed in the U.S. in 2018 and more than 600,000 people died from the disease, according to the National Cancer Institute. A cancer diagnosis brings...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

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

Project Archivist - Stasis Ep 12 Melissa Martell, Paranormal Forruners And The Human Experience

This week, Melissa Martell from The Secret Door Podcast is with me. We talk about Paranormal Forerunners,  Shared consciousness, Canadian Paranormal Vs American Paranormal, Synchronicity, the shared human experience and a variety of other topics....

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

Middle Theory - 06.06.19. D Day 75

This week's podcast looks at the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the beach landing at Normandy in 1944, the events of which dramatically shifted the outcome of the Second World War. 

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 - Matt Wechsler Interview

Did you know that concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) create polluted landscapes that harm public health and destroy home values? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Matt Wechsler,...

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

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Kindness In Health Care /preventing Wrist Injuries

Cancer is a disease that affects nearly everyone. An estimated 1.7 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed in the U.S. in 2018 and more than 600,000 people died from the disease, according to the National Cancer Institute. A cancer diagnosis brings...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

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

Project Archivist - Stasis Ep 12 Melissa Martell, Paranormal Forruners And The Human Experience

This week, Melissa Martell from The Secret Door Podcast is with me. We talk about Paranormal Forerunners,  Shared consciousness, Canadian Paranormal Vs American Paranormal, Synchronicity, the shared human experience and a variety of other topics....

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

Middle Theory - 06.06.19. D Day 75

This week's podcast looks at the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the beach landing at Normandy in 1944, the events of which dramatically shifted the outcome of the Second World War. 

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 - Matt Wechsler Interview

Did you know that concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) create polluted landscapes that harm public health and destroy home values? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Matt Wechsler,...

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

Mayo Clinic Radio - Mayo Clinic Radio Kindness In Health Care /preventing Wrist Injuries

Cancer is a disease that affects nearly everyone. An estimated 1.7 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed in the U.S. in 2018 and more than 600,000 people died from the disease, according to the National Cancer Institute. A cancer diagnosis brings...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

Conspirinormal - Bonus Episode #3 Jules'' Personal Experiences

Recorded June 4th, 2019 In this bonus episode a listener joins us to tell us about some of his personal experiences. Jules tells us about some of his ideas about the nature of the soul and it's relationship to the body. He also tells us about some of the...

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

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1600

Facebook wants to launch a new cryptocurrency, setting up a VPN at home, safer text messaging, the winner of the 2019 Value Electronics TV Shootout, Wi-Fi extenders vs. a mesh system, Google's Stadia streaming video game service, why can't I update...

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

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For June 12, 2019

Trump Retreats From Mexico Tariff Crisis" He Alone Created; June 15th National Day of Action Calls on Congress to Begin Impeachment Inquiry Against President Trump; Vision Zero Network Strives to Eliminate Traffic Fatalities and Injuries through Public...

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'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

Conspirinormal - Bonus Episode #3 Jules'' Personal Experiences

Recorded June 4th, 2019 In this bonus episode a listener joins us to tell us about some of his personal experiences. Jules tells us about some of his ideas about the nature of the soul and it's relationship to the body. He also tells us about some of the...

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

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1600

Facebook wants to launch a new cryptocurrency, setting up a VPN at home, safer text messaging, the winner of the 2019 Value Electronics TV Shootout, Wi-Fi extenders vs. a mesh system, Google's Stadia streaming video game service, why can't I update...

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

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For June 12, 2019

Trump Retreats From Mexico Tariff Crisis" He Alone Created; June 15th National Day of Action Calls on Congress to Begin Impeachment Inquiry Against President Trump; Vision Zero Network Strives to Eliminate Traffic Fatalities and Injuries through Public...

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'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

Conspirinormal - Bonus Episode #3 Jules'' Personal Experiences

Recorded June 4th, 2019 In this bonus episode a listener joins us to tell us about some of his personal experiences. Jules tells us about some of his ideas about the nature of the soul and it's relationship to the body. He also tells us about some of the...

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

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte 1600

Facebook wants to launch a new cryptocurrency, setting up a VPN at home, safer text messaging, the winner of the 2019 Value Electronics TV Shootout, Wi-Fi extenders vs. a mesh system, Google's Stadia streaming video game service, why can't I update...

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

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine: Between The Lines For June 12, 2019

Trump Retreats From Mexico Tariff Crisis" He Alone Created; June 15th National Day of Action Calls on Congress to Begin Impeachment Inquiry Against President Trump; Vision Zero Network Strives to Eliminate Traffic Fatalities and Injuries through Public...

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...

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Dr J Radio Live

Live From Los Angeles

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

This Week In Tech - Twit 722: Poultry Carceral State

The Mac Pro is Only for the People Who Need It The iPad Grows Up with iPadOS Where is Apple Headed? iTunes is Dead! Hurrah! Apple Triples Down on Privacy Memoji Makeup is a Minefield SwiftUI is the Future of Coding 3D Touch is Almost Officially a...

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

For The Wild - For The Wild Rob Greenfield On Confronting Convenience

In our ever interconnected world, it feels near impossible to extricate ourselves from the harmful systems and oppressive structures that we seek to dismantle. The sheer scale and far-reaching consequences of our global economies, food systems, and...

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

Radio Curious - Scott Mccloud " The Invisible Art

Understanding Comics, A Rather Colorful Display: The Invisible Art Comics have come to hold quite an important place in contemporary society. Satire, particularly political commentary, is perhaps closest to its essence when expressed in the visual comic....

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

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

This Week In Tech - Twit 722: Poultry Carceral State

The Mac Pro is Only for the People Who Need It The iPad Grows Up with iPadOS Where is Apple Headed? iTunes is Dead! Hurrah! Apple Triples Down on Privacy Memoji Makeup is a Minefield SwiftUI is the Future of Coding 3D Touch is Almost Officially a...

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

For The Wild - For The Wild Rob Greenfield On Confronting Convenience

In our ever interconnected world, it feels near impossible to extricate ourselves from the harmful systems and oppressive structures that we seek to dismantle. The sheer scale and far-reaching consequences of our global economies, food systems, and...

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

Radio Curious - Scott Mccloud " The Invisible Art

Understanding Comics, A Rather Colorful Display: The Invisible Art Comics have come to hold quite an important place in contemporary society. Satire, particularly political commentary, is perhaps closest to its essence when expressed in the visual comic....

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

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

This Week In Tech - Twit 722: Poultry Carceral State

The Mac Pro is Only for the People Who Need It The iPad Grows Up with iPadOS Where is Apple Headed? iTunes is Dead! Hurrah! Apple Triples Down on Privacy Memoji Makeup is a Minefield SwiftUI is the Future of Coding 3D Touch is Almost Officially a...

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

For The Wild - For The Wild Rob Greenfield On Confronting Convenience

In our ever interconnected world, it feels near impossible to extricate ourselves from the harmful systems and oppressive structures that we seek to dismantle. The sheer scale and far-reaching consequences of our global economies, food systems, and...

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

Radio Curious - Scott Mccloud " The Invisible Art

Understanding Comics, A Rather Colorful Display: The Invisible Art Comics have come to hold quite an important place in contemporary society. Satire, particularly political commentary, is perhaps closest to its essence when expressed in the visual comic....

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

The Gralien Report - Tgr 06.10.19. The Search For Dennis Lloyd Martin

On this special edition of The Gralien Report, we discuss the 1969 disappearance of Dennis Lloyd Martin, one of the most perplexing missing person cases ever to have occurred in our National Parks.  This post, TGR 06.10.19. The Search for Dennis Lloyd...

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

This Week In Science - This Week In Science 12 June, 2019 – Episode 725 – Are We Kidding About Science?

Worm Behavior, Ancestor Cells, Mass in the Moon, Smart Bees, Elephant Nose, Twins No More, Making Universal Blood, Artery Hardening, Feather Lice Lives, Research Ban, Contagious Yawning, Sleep Schedules, And Much More... The post 12 June, 2019 – Episode...

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

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report My Personal Experiences With Rev Al Sharpton

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

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

The Bradcast - ''bradcast'' 6/14/2019

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

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

Democracy Now - - 2019 06 14 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, June 14, 2019

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

The Gralien Report - Tgr 06.10.19. The Search For Dennis Lloyd Martin

On this special edition of The Gralien Report, we discuss the 1969 disappearance of Dennis Lloyd Martin, one of the most perplexing missing person cases ever to have occurred in our National Parks.  This post, TGR 06.10.19. The Search for Dennis Lloyd...

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

This Week In Science - This Week In Science 12 June, 2019 – Episode 725 – Are We Kidding About Science?

Worm Behavior, Ancestor Cells, Mass in the Moon, Smart Bees, Elephant Nose, Twins No More, Making Universal Blood, Artery Hardening, Feather Lice Lives, Research Ban, Contagious Yawning, Sleep Schedules, And Much More... The post 12 June, 2019 – Episode...

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

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report My Personal Experiences With Rev Al Sharpton

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 Ptolemy Thompkins & James Mustich Interviews With Writers & Book Lovers

This week features two interviews with writers and book lovers Ptolemy Tompkins and James Mustich. Ptolemy Tompkins is a book lover and writer of numerous books. He is the son of the late Peter Tompkins who wrote The Secret Life of Plants. James Mustich...

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

Alternative Radio - Alternative Radio [leilani Farha] The Financialization Of Housing

From Seattle to Toronto, the cost of owning a home is soaring. Rents are no better. Accelerated by neoliberal economic doctrine a paradigm shift in housing has occurred in recent years. There is a growing disconnect between housing as a human right and...

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

The Gralien Report - Tgr 06.10.19. The Search For Dennis Lloyd Martin

On this special edition of The Gralien Report, we discuss the 1969 disappearance of Dennis Lloyd Martin, one of the most perplexing missing person cases ever to have occurred in our National Parks.  This post, TGR 06.10.19. The Search for Dennis Lloyd...

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

This Week In Science - This Week In Science 12 June, 2019 – Episode 725 – Are We Kidding About Science?

Worm Behavior, Ancestor Cells, Mass in the Moon, Smart Bees, Elephant Nose, Twins No More, Making Universal Blood, Artery Hardening, Feather Lice Lives, Research Ban, Contagious Yawning, Sleep Schedules, And Much More... The post 12 June, 2019 – Episode...

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

The Opperman Report - The Opperman Report My Personal Experiences With Rev Al Sharpton

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