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 talk you won’t hear on the corporate media:
Emily Berman, of the Brennan Center for Justice, who challenges the right of President Obama to order the assassination of a U.S. citizen with alleged links to acts of terrorism, without following minimum standards of due process.
Environmental justice and green jobs advocate Van Jones, who talks about confronting the nation’s environmental and economic crises, with a new kind of thinking.
Craig Aaron, senior program director with the media democracy group Free Press, who explains the importance of a recent federal court decision jeopardizing Net -Neutrality for Internet users and content providers.
12:30 pm Tidings from Hazel Kahan: Unplugging the Patriarchy
Hazel speaks with Lucia René, author, mystic and ordained Buddhist monk about her new book Unplugging the
Patriarchy: A mystical journey into the heart of a new age. Tidings can be heard on the fourth Wednesday each
month on WPKN Radio.
1:00 pm The American Popular Song: Malcolm C. Dankner … think Ella, Basie, Frank, Gershwin, Porter, Cahn
4:00 pm Sometime Classical: Richard Epstein
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