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Friday March 15th

12:00 AM
Democracy Now! produces a daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Our reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world?s most pressing issues. On Democracy Now!, you?ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and sometimes provocative perspective on global events.
1:00 AM
This week, two artists who expand our ideas about beauty, risk, mobility, and inclusion. Wheelchair dancer and esteemed choreographer Alice Sheppard, and MacArthur Genius Award-winning action architect Elizabeth Streb. What difference does art make? Should art-making be a human right? What will it take to disable the limits society puts around normal?
1:30 AM
Description: People with disabilities or disabled people? Disability: Our Culture Ourselves' in this episode we discuss disability, culture and identity from the perspective of disability communities themselves. Seattle based activist Dorian Taylor talks about the specific challenges disabled people face while accessing public transportation and Professor Sara Acevedo discusses the powerful ways that common language and terminology can shape our perceptions of disability, and why even today we are seeing further exclusion of disabled people.
6:00 AM
7:58 AM
8:00 AM
with Susan Weissman, author of the book A Political Biography. Susan Weissman is Professor of Politics at Saint Mary's College of California. She is an award-winning broadcast journalist, sits on the editorial boards of Critique and Against the Current, and is the editor of Victor Serge: Russia Twenty Year After and The Ideas of Victor Serge.
9:00 AM
On the #RADIO show this week we cover the incredible MOMentum of paid family/medical leave thats happening now; how moms are rising across the nation to stop family separation; where moms are running for office and why it makes a difference; and why WIC lifts families and how to access that program. *Special guests include: Ruth Martin, MomsRising, @MomsRising; Amy Toran Perry, @MothersDayRally; Kirstin Larson, community leader; and Geri Henchy, Food Research and Action Center, @fractweets
9:58 AM
10:00 AM
Democracy Now! produces a daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Our reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world?s most pressing issues. On Democracy Now!, you?ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and sometimes provocative perspective on global events.
11:00 AM
Since 1973, the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement has been bestowed upon people who have made a significant impact in the fight for a sustainable planet. Last week on Sea Change Radio, we spoke with noted activist climate scientist Michael Mann, who was one of two recipients of this year's Tyler Prize. This week, we are honored to speak with the other Tyler Prize Laureate, Warren Washington, to learn about the beginnings of his groundbreaking career as an atmospheric scientist. Dr. Washington was the second African American to receive a PhD in meteorology. He’s a former chair of the National Science Board, and currently a senior scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. After our conversation with Dr. Washington, we chat with this year’s Tyler Prize panel moderator Kelly Sims-Gallagher, a professor at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, about the evolving intersection of global affairs and climate science.
11:30 AM
US Sanctions Against Venezuela Linked to 40,000 Civilian Deaths; Insurance Industry Working Hard to Stop Momentum of Support for Medicare for All; Youth Climate Activists Urge Local Action at Second International Climate Strike
12:00 PM
The latest world and Japan news from Japan's public broadcaster.
12:14 PM
Join Anna as she learns basic Japanese phrases. This is a 48-episode series that runs continiously on REC-FM.
12:24 PM
Ronald J Frederick is a clinical psychologist who's practice focuses on the transforming power of emotional and relational experience. He's the author of Loving Like You Mean It: Use The Power of Emotional Mindfulness to Rewire Your Brain and Transform Your Relationships. He is a senior faculty member of the Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy Institute, and Co-founder of the Center for Courageous Living. In this interview we talk about the challenges of being emotionally present and authentic in our relationships and how to become more so.
12:26 PM
12:28 PM
CurrentCast is a daily (M-F) 60-second module that discusses water sustainability and stewardship. Topics covered include pollution, conservation, climate change, recreation, and more. The program is a project of the Center for Transformative Action.
12:29 PM
Community Progressive Radio (CPRmetro.org) is a non-profit, community-based, multi-media organization created to remedy the lack of media attention devoted to critical issues affecting our lives. CPRmetro.org provides a forum for a wide range of topics in a constant attempt to expose the truth. We use all the media technology available to us to provide our diverse communities with a media organization that can be relied on to give voice to its interests. We hope to provide opportunities for training and teaching community residents the science and the art of media production. We also hope to offer local artists an opportunity to learn media skills that will allow them to present their works to a larger audience.
1:00 PM
Off The Hook airs in New York City on WBAI. This is the radio show from 2600 Magazine, the hacker quarterly.
2:00 PM
2:02 PM
Massachusetts Institute of Technologys first-year students in the Terriscope Program are taught a holistic approach to science and engineering. This year, their assignment was to address the issue of water access for Navajo people, who live in a contaminated area. They were asked to find solutions through understanding the culture and outlook of the Navajo, or Dine people and traveled to spend a week to learn from direct personal communication with various members and experts in their community. They discuss culture, history, language, tradition, water, relation to environment, and survival, along with scientific and practical problems - and even learn about the elaborate Miss Navajo Nation competition where young women become ambassadors of their native culture.
2:31 PM
Oriaku Njoku & Jill Heaviside/abortion rights
3:00 PM
Today we concentrate on the Venezuelan embassy and the efforts of Code Pink, Veterans for Peace and a number of other organizations to prevent a US intervention into Venezuela by occupying the embassy while we get breaking news that the US has invaded the embassy and thus Venezuelan territory to remove the peaceful occupiers.
4:00 PM
4:02 PM
A recent Mayo Clinic study found that applying artificial intelligence (AI) to a widely available, inexpensive test ' the EKG ' results in a simple, affordable test for early signs of heart failure. The test detects asymptomatic left ventricular dysfunction, which is a precursor to heart failure. Asymptomatic left ventricular dysfunction affects 7 million Americans, and is associated with reduced quality of life and longevity. But asymptomatic left ventricular dysfunction is treatable when identified. The research team found that the AI/EKG test accuracy compares favorably with other common screening tests, such as mammography for breast cancer. The findings were published in Nature Medicine. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio program, Dr. Paul Friedman, chair of the Department of Cardiology at Mayo Clinic, and Dr. Peter Noseworthy, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist, will share how AI is helping detect problems with the heart. Then Mary Schoenbeck, a Mayo Clinic patient from Scottsdale, Arizona, will share how a smart watch alerted her to a potential heart problem. And Dr. Robert Wilfahrt, a Family Medicine physician at Mayo Clinic, will discuss attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults.
4:31 PM
Dany has an extensive list of credits and awards for both local and international projects that include five Australian Screen Editors Awards, two Australian Oscar, wins and nine nominations, as well as an Emmy Nomination. Her earlier projects include Angel Baby for director Michael Rymer, The Well for director Samantha Lang), and Neil Armfields Candy, starring Heath Ledger. Other credits include Additional Editing on Babe Pig in the City for George Miller and Baz Lurhmans Australia. Dany was nominated for an Emmy Award for her work on the TV miniseries Battlestar Galactica, and she was lead editor on season 1 of the show. She also worked on the groundbreaking Indigenous drama series Redfern Now, seasons 1 and 2 and the acclaimed films, Oranges and Sunshine and The Sapphires. Some of Dany's more recent projects include the mini-series Deadline Gallipoli, directed by Michael Rymer, the feature film Holding the Man, directed by Neil Armfield, the film Breath for director Simon Baker, and Measure of a Man, directed by Jim Loach and starring Donald Sutherland, Judy Greer and Luke Wilson. Her latest two projects are Judy and Punch, directed by Mirrah Foulkes, a Sundance Grand Jury Prize Nominee, and I Am Woman, directed by Unjoo Moon about the life of singer Helen Reddy.
6:00 PM

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