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Sunday May 26th

9:00 AM
From Justin to Kelly. The talent show winner and runner up get their own movie! It's a movie, it's a musical.. well, it's kinda those things. It's definitely Horrible. Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini star in From Justin to Kelly. Grant and Katelyn Youngsma star in this week's episode of the Horrible Movie Podcast. Yeah, Wish Upon a Star!
10:00 AM
Laura Schnitker is the curator of the Broadcast Archives at the University of Maryland, joining the show to tell us more about this special archive of programming, highlighting some of the gems in the collection.
11:00 AM
The latest world and Japan news from Japan's public broadcaster.
11:10 AM
Your shower pipes are alive. So are your sinks, books, and floorboards. New studies of our homes are revealing just what lives there, from bacteria to flies to millipedes. Meanwhile, life keeps popping up in other unexpected places, including the deep biosphere and the Arctic tundra, where some 40,000-year-old worms have been dormant, but not dead. Life, it turns out, is everywhere.
12:00 PM
Darren and Jack asks why a Yemeni rebel attack on Saudi oil fields means that the United States has to attack Iran. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) criticizes Trump over his saber rattling with Iran. Jack reminds the listeners that the George W. Bush administration lied to the public to justify the Iraq War. What would stop Trump from lying to the public to justify a potential war with Iran? An update on the United Auto Workers strike against General Motors. Actress Felicity Huffman is sentenced to 14 days in jail and a $30,000 fine over her role in the college admissions scandal. Edward Snowden claims that both John Kerry and Joe Biden threatened 'consequences' to US allies looking to give him asylum. And the global climate protests take place on Friday.
1:00 PM
Nuclear Hollywood exposed in new book: LOOKOUT AMERICA! The Secret Hollywood Studio at the Heart of the Cold War on Lookout Mt. Studios. Libbe HaLevy interviews authors Kevin Hamilton, Ned O'Gorman.
2:00 PM
For young people on the front lines of climate change, the crisis is not a future reality, but, rather, a clear and present danger that fills them with anxiety, depression and uncertainty about what is permanent. DC activists march and rally in the Global Climate Strike demanding that U.S. lawmakers treat the climate crisis like the emergency that it is:
3:00 PM
4:00 PM
Breaking The Currency Code is the title of a video series produced by past guest Harry Hubbard. In previous interviews we discussed , the real meaning of Thanksgiving, the ancient Egyptian repository in the southern Illinois caves and also the 2015 interview on ancient maps clearly showing Atlantis and the Bargos Islands at the North Pole, known to be an entrance inside the planet. Remember in 2011, Jordan Maxwell pointed out the old analogy of the banks adjust the flow of the currency, the banks of the river effect the flow of the current. Our guest, Harry Hubbard is a researcher and collector of rare books, maps, artifacts and currency. We talk about a range of collectible paper currency, their origins, ultraviolet aesthetics, watermarks and various embedded security coding. Another interesting trend that emerges is selective scarcity implemented to drive up the prices of collectible currency. As revealed by Harry Hubbard, the clues in this analysis lead us down a rabbit trail. He's identified the names of printing companies throughout the centuries, merging with one another, lurking on the sidelines, quietly investing in wars, total surveillance, and now an AI driven cashless society.

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Programming aired on REC-FM is intended to showcase many of the programs that are available for community radio stations (LPFM, full-service, Part 15 and internet-only). Program content may not necessarily reflect the views of REC Networks.

At times when programming is not listed, REC-FM features Music For The REC Generation, playing hits from 1975~1985.

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