6:00 am WPKN Mornings with Ebong Udoma:
music from Africa, community events and news from all over
9:00 am Mirror Ya Vibes: I Messiah with Reggae
12:00 noon Between the Lines: host Scott Harris
This week’s under-reported news stories and interviews you won’t hear on corporate media:
Scott Harris talks with Nick Berning, of Friends of the Earth, who explains why his group and other environmentalists are opposed to President Obama’s expansion of oil and gas drilling along the U.S. coastline.
Between The Lines’ Melinda Tuhus speaks with Justin Maxson, of the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development, who discusses alternatives to the coal extraction industry, and comments on the recent mining disaster in West Virginia.
Scott Harris talks with Journalist and author Frederick Clarkson, who looks at the connection between the recent arrest of members of the Hutaree “Christian” militia group and the rising climate of fear and hate on the extreme right.
During the 20th century, the Rockefellers created an agribusiness cartel that today dominates the world’s food supply. The cartel developed a petrochemical based industrial system of agriculture leading to the widespread use of harmful pesticides and genetically modified seeds and to the advent of highly processed non-nutritious foods. Additionally, the Rockefellers, along with other wealthy families, promoted eugenics, known today as population control, in the United States, Germany and other nations. History Counts is archived at www.historycounts.org.
1:00 pm Carl J. Frano Show: the sixties return
4:00 pm Music Sacred and Profane: Nick Jacobs
5:55 pm Headline News from Free Speech Radio News
7:00 pm Chris Teskey: bluegrass, etc.
10:00 pm Democracy Now! Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez with in-depth news, interviews
11:00 pm Free Speech Radio News - from reporters around the nation and the world
11:30 pm Soul Talk: Conscious
3:00 am Bruce Miller or Isidu: music for insomniacs