Georgia: behind the headlines

Monday, August 18th, 2008

On this week's show, we spent most of our time talking about Georgia, in light of the recent events there. We wanted to get beyond the headlines and usual frames of coverage, and believe we accomplished this through two approaches. First, we talked with Jodi Blumenfeld. A graduate student at ...

A roundup of South America and the Middle-East: this week’s show now available

Friday, August 1st, 2008

The show is now on Radio4All and Audioport. This week we cover more geography than usual: We start, as usual, with the Panos Institute news bulletin. Ecuador is in the process of putting in place a ban on foreign military bases Chevron using the US Trade Representative to put pressure on Ecuador and resist ...

A Critical Ear online

Friday, April 4th, 2008

You can listen to yesterday's edition on the WRFU site. It's also available, of course, on Audioport.This week we talked about Iran and Iraq (and interplay between the two), Afghanistan and the IMF, and trade deals in South America. A good show all around, if I say so myself. 

Latest edition online

Saturday, February 16th, 2008

Thursday's show went up on Audioport yesterday, and I'm in the (rather slow) process of adding it to Radio4All - updates as I have them. This week we talked about the spying in Bolivia, FISA and telecoms immunity, the digital television switchover, the Smithfield SLAPP suit against Jobs with Justice, and much more. Update:  the show is now up ...

Yesterday’s show now online

Friday, February 8th, 2008

I've now uploaded yesterday's show to Radio4All. Those of you with Audioport accounts can also find it there. The first half hour includes InterWorldRadio headlines, a commentary from Matt Rothschild of the Progressive, two feature pieces from InterWorldRadio, and some story headlines from EU Observer. The second half of the show involved ...