12:00am - 3:00am
Hosted by: quincyhoist
Let's make a day of it!
Chapter III: Let's Go To Hell
Wandering the sidewalks of hell, stumbling over satanic street musicians, sampling steaming delicacies from sulphurous street carts.
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3:00am - 5:30am
Hosted by: A.V. Squad
5:30am - 7:00am
Hosted by: Gordon Euler, John Kellermann, Jonathan Lay, Paul Roland
Traditional american music
7:00am - 8:00am
Hosted by: TBA
News magazine hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez
8:00am - 9:00am
Hosted by: Jo Ann Hardesty
Interview with Rebekah Peeples Massengill Author, Wal-Mart Wars
For years Wal-Mart and its critics have been locked in a high-profile contest to define the meaning and calculate the morality of America's largest private-sector employer. Rebekah Massengill brings a sophisticated understanding of language, culture, and ideology to her deconstruction of the rhetoric and symbolism deployed by the contestants, in the process demonstrating that concepts like family, community, fairness, and citizenship are both highly malleable and explosively political."
-Nelson Lichtenstein , author of The Retail Revolution
Wal-Mart is America's largest retailer. The national chain of stores is a powerful stand-in of both the promise and perils of free market capitalism.
9:00am - 9:30am
Hosted by: theresa58x
News You're Not Supposed to Know
9:30am - 10:00am
Hosted by: Linda Olson-Osterlund
Interview with Angola 3 member Robert Hillary King, Free Albert Woodfox
Enough is Enough! Free Angola 3 member Albert Woodfox!
Human Rights Advocates from across the globe have converged on Louisiana this week to join Amnesty International and the Free the Angola 3 movement in a series of events. Angola 3 member Herman Wallace, suffering from liver cancer died a free man on Oct 4th, 2013. His conviction had been overturned and his release ordered just three days earlier. On Monday this week A3 supporters will March on the Capitol of Louisiana, with over 20,000 signatures for Govenor Jindal, demanding the immediate release of the still jailed member of the A3, Albert Woodfox. Host Linda Olson-Osterlund will be joined on A Deeper Look by Robert Hillary King released member of the A3.
10:00am - 10:15am
Hosted by: Cris Andreae
10:15am - 11:00am
Hosted by: TBA
INVESTIGATIVE News Radio with host Dennis Bernstein
11:00am - 11:30am
Hosted by: Dan Johnson, David Naimon, Jennifer Kemp, jim schumock, Kathleen Stephenson, Ken Jones, Leigh Anne Kranz, Suzanne LaGrande
A look at the role of pacifism in World War II and one Oregon conscientous objector camp
Steve McQuiddy talks about his new book, "Here on the Edge", published by Oregon State University. McQuiddy looks at a long-neglected element of World War II history: the role of pacifism in what is often called "The Good War." He shares the fascinating story of one conscientious objector camp located on the rain-soaked Oregon Coast, Civilian Public Service (CPS) Camp #56, providing the definitive history of the Fine Arts Group at Waldport. Steve McQuiddy writes and lectures on Pacific Northwest history and culture, particularly the eccentric quarter. His monograph, The Fantastic Tale of Opal Whiteley, has been widely cited and reprinted, with an expanded version published in 2012.
11:30am - 12:00pm
Hosted by: Jenn Chavez, Natalie Butto, S.W. Conser
The Film Show features news and interviews about the independent film scene in Portland
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Hosted by: Michele Wellnitz, Teresa Kozic
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Hosted by: Andy Hosch, Don Jacobson, Goldenwilson, Michael Johnson
Music of Miriam Makeba: Late 1950s - early 1970s / host: Andy Hosch
Born in 1932, Miriam Makeba's professional career began around 1953, when she was featured with the South African vocal group The Manhattan Brothers, whose sound emulated Afro-American groups like the Mills Brothers and Ink Spots. In 1956, Makeba formed her own group, The Skylarks. Their sound blended elements of jazz and gospel with traditional South African melodies. Though already a star in Southern Africa, Makeba remained largely unknown to the rest of the world until her arrival in NYC in late 1959, where wiithin in few weeks she had appeared on nationwide television, recorded her first U.S. LP and prepared to go on tour with Harry Belafonte. Quickly, Makeba was becoming the first artist from Africa to achieve popular success in the wider world.
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Hosted by: Thom Hartmann
Progressive Talk Radio Show
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Hosted by: pmnews
Non-corporate, volunteer-powered, local, national, and international news
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Hosted by: TBA
Native American elders
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Hosted by: TBA
Pacifica Archive special
Treasures from the Vault: 1962 recording of Malcolm X debating Bayard Rustin on Integration versus Separation.
Bayard Rustin is perhaps one of the most understated leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. He helped with the formation of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) in 1942, which was conceived as a pacifist organization based on the writings of Henry David Thoreau, and modeled after Mahatma Ghandi’s non-violent resistance against British rule in India. Bayard Rustin would devote his life to the non violent pursuit of equal rights for all.
8:00pm - 12:00am
Hosted by: Jamilah Bourdon
bringing the originals...
we are still in the midst of our fall membership drive (and we want to thank you immensely for your sustaining support!), and we are continuing the mood, 'guess who's coming to radio??!!' style! we're encouraging you to dance, as we play the originals to those songs you hear portions of these days, via samples and interpolations in hip hop, rock, and even jazz... some of these songs may take you back, some of them may even surprise you, when you make the connections! we're going to be on until midnight, so we're gonna bring you a good time, through the airwaves!