10 PM: Radio Nothing: Rod Richardson
2 AM: The A List: Sam Hopkins
6 AM: Alternative Radio: David Barsamian
7 AM: Johnny Be Good: John Corvino (fill-in for Michael Benson)
9 AM: Dylan McDonnell (fill-in)
12 Noon: In Context War Report: Ken and Marchand MacDermotRoe and Del LaPietro
In Context War Report presents Part 1 of a two part series on the rise, fall and resurrection of Russia as a global power. What does Russia’s resurgence mean for U.S. national security? The program features In Context’s military affairs commentator Marchand MacDermotRoe and is pre-recorded. Part 2 will be broadcast in the September edition of the War Report.
1 PM: Jazz And Standards: Malcolm C. Dankner (fill-in for The Jazz Sound: Rick Petrone)
4 PM: Pete Stewart
6:55 PM: WPKN Local News – from CTNewsJunkie.com, CTMirror.org, EastEndBeacon.com, RiverheadLocal.com and Long Island Patch sites
7 PM: Free Speech Radio News
7:30 PM This Way Out: The International Lesbian & Gay Radio Magazine
8 PM: Counterpoint: Scott Harris
- James Paul, author of “Syria Unmasked,” former executive director for 19 years with Global Policy Forum, a think tank that monitors the United Nations. He discusses recent reports on the alleged chemical attack near Damascus resulting in mass civilian casualties, the prospect of U.S./European military intervention in Syria, as well as the secular/civil society democratic faction in Syria that favors negotiations leading to a non-violent solution to the current conflict.
- Michael Mariotte, executive director with the Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS,) examines the consequences of the ongoing crisis at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power complex and assesses the status of the U.S. nuclear power industry’s effort to build more reactors across America.
- Glen Ford, executive editor of BlackAgendaReport.com, talks about his views on the 50th Anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington — re: corporate media and the Democratic/Republican party shunning of Dr. King’s core principles of social justice and nonviolence. He also discusses hopeful signs of a resurgent civil/human rights movement seen in North Carolina’s Moral Monday actions — and the inspiring activism of the young Dream Defenders in Florida.
- Jeremy Brecher, historian, social justice, peace and environmental activist — and author of many books including, “Save the Humans?: Common Preservation in Action,” ”Global Village or Global Pillage” “Strike” and “Banded Together: Economic Democratization in the Brass Valley.” Jeremy discusses his recent article published on the website Wagingnonviolence.org, titled, “Civil Disobedience as Law Enforcement,” which examines the public trust doctrine suggesting that civil disobedience for the climate, far from lawlessness, may actually be a form of obedience to the law.
10 PM: Writer’s Voice: Francesca Rheannon
Investigative journalist Jo Robinson tells how to choose the most nutritious plant foods in her book, Eating On The Wild Side. And Maker and author Wendy Jehanarah Tremain talks about her book The Good Life Lab: Radical Experiments in Hands-On Living. It’s about living well by living free or cheaply within Earth’s eco-budget.
11 PM Michael Dunham
2 AM (Tuesday): Luis Luna