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Women in Business - Dr. Gayle Carson
The Thomas Jefferson Hour is a weekly radio program dedicated to the search for truth in the tradition of Thomas Jefferson.
Our third president, Thomas Jefferson, was a man of the Enlightenment, a student of human nature and gentlemanly behavior, and he applied this to his personal life as well as to both the national and world wide challenges he faced during the forming of our nation. Nationally acclaimed humanities scholar and award winning first person interpreter of Thomas Jefferson, Clay Jenkinson, portrays Jefferson on the program, and he answers listener questions while in the persona of Jefferson--his answers are grounded in the writings and actions of the great man.
Radio Ecoshock Show - Alex Smith
Are you ready for rapid sea level rise? New science from Texas warns it can happen. We talk with lead author Pankaj Khanna. From Canada, a world expert on sea level rise and melting glaciers joins us: Dr. Richard Peltier. We wrap with a recording of Cenk Uygur of Young Turks, on "the big dark".
Credits: Khanna and Peltier interviews by Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock
Cenk Uygur courtesy of the Young Turks, at tytnewwork.com
Today's Homeowner with Danny Lipford
The show covers remodeling projects from start to finish and looks at the latest trends in home improvement. Regular segments include Simple Solutions, which offers innovative tips to help solve common household problems; Best New Products, featuring the latest gadgets and tools to improve a home; and Ask Danny, in which Lipford answers viewers' questions on a variety of home improvement topics. Today's Homeowner is nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award.
The Shortwave Report
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Spanish National Radio, Sputnik Radio, and Radio Havana Cuba.
The Lynne Show - Lynne Bernfield
.When Lew Gluckin was ten or eleven his father took him to see Trumpet virtuoso Louis Armstrong play and that experience dictated the rest of Lew’s life. He visited a friend who had a bugle and when he blew it, although he didn’t make much of a sound, he thought he could be good at it. He got his first trumpet at around twelve and not only taught himself to play, but over his career taught himself to arrange, copy and compose. Lew says “everybody knew me” and so in addition to the bands he played with, including Larry Elgart, Peter Duchin, Woody Herman, and Art Mooney, he was called on to play Jingles, Broadway Shows, Rock and Roll records and to back up artists like Liza Minelli. Listen to this funny, self-deprecating man talk about the career of a man who never had formal training and played with, hung out with, wrote for or rubbed shoulders with the greatest musicians of our time including Herbie Hancock, Mile Davis, Doc Severinsen, Phil Wood Jazz singer
A View from the Border with Isabel Garcia
featuring Isabel Garcia, by day she works at the Pima County Legal Defenders Office, and the rest of her time she advocates for immigrants and as co-founder of the Coalicion Derechos Humanos. She has received many
awards for her work, including the national Human Rights Award from the Comision Nacional de los Derechos Humanos de Mexico. She defends the invisible and forgotten.
Isabel Garcia is a Tucson resident from a family that has been there six
generations. She is a migrant rights and border activist, lawyer, and co-
founder of Coalicion Derechos Humanos. She brings clarity to the history
and political actions in Arizona and the nation. So the history of this border
land is very much a part of her DNA. It's in her bones. It's in her blood.
And in addition to that, her family has a long tradition of activism, working
for everything from civil rights for African Americans to labor union
organizing in the copper mines.
Credits: produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg
Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
Hands On, an exciting series that covers global awareness of the environment, development, human rights and health issues. Each week a featured topic is discussed and people are interviewed on the topic.