Archive for the ‘syndication’ Category

Trade unions, the organising model, and ICTU’s ONE movement

Monday, December 28th, 2020

This month, I interview Fiona Dunne of ICTU about the ONE movement, which provides a grassroots approach to trade unions, integrated with other civil society groups, such as student unions. We discuss the organising model of trade unions, and some of their recent projects, including a campaign to secure workers ...

New episode on air this Wednesday

Monday, November 23rd, 2020

The first episode of our new series is on air, on Flirt FM, this Wednesday 25th November at 2pm. Tune in, in the Galway region, on 101.3FM, or online at FlirtFM.ie. The show includes: An interview with Bob Naiman of Just Foreign Policy on the prospects for diplomacy and global peace under ...

Returning to the airwaves

Thursday, October 15th, 2020

A Critical Ear will be returning to the airwaves shortly, broadcasting on Flirt FM 101.3FM in Galway, and online.

2009-11-19 Afghanistan, Honduras, Grad unions

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Covering both international affairs and labor issues on this week's show, which brings us back from a long hiatus. We start in Afghanistan, and discuss the likelihood (and impact) of an escalation in U.S. troop numbers. Bob points to a day of action next Monday, where Peace Action West and others ...

ACE 2008-04-17 now online

Friday, April 18th, 2008

You can listen to our latest show online here or here. Yesterday's show included discussion of Carter's visit to Palestine as well as an interview with Allison Hantschel about Douglas Feith (the focus of her book, Special Plans). Note that we're now sharing our content on Audioport, radio.indymedia.org and from the WRFU site. If you're interested ...

Show still running – behind in podcasts

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

A Critical Ear has been broadcasting steadily, and I've been putting copies up on Audioport (from where WETX-LP picks them up) but I've been having difficulty connecting to Radio4All, where I'd been hosting publicly-accessible copies, and so fallen behind in posting here about show editions. This coming week we have a ...