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The Wigs is a monthly podcast exploring and interrogating contemporary legal issues in and out of the court room. The first and only podcast (so far) featuring practising barristers talking shop. Join Emmanuel Kerkyasharian, Felicity Graham, Stephen Lawrence and Jim Minns as they deep dive into the scenarios and outcomes that make up our legal system.
 
Cosmopod is the official podcast of Cosmonaut Magazine, a project dedicated to expanding the project of scientific socialism in the 21st Century. In our feed we have a combination of podcast episodes and audio articles from our website.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you a festive selection of Christmas carols for the 2016 holiday. his year's festive collection of 25 Christmas carols includes traditional favourites and lesser-known selections in English, French, German, Greek, Italian, and Latin. The singers wish all listeners around the world a happy and peaceful Christmas. Allons tous à la crèche; author unknown; music by Ezwa. Angels We Have Heard on High; words by James Chadwick (1813-1882); music traditional French. Away in ...
 
Bookings: william@no-hour.com Promos: promo@renesanz.com Demos: demo@renesanz.com _______________________________ BALTHAZAR & JACKROCK Drumcode / Terminal M / Plus 8 / Suara / Filth On Acid Balthazar & JackRock’s techno story began back in 1996, in the capital of Bulgaria - Sofia. From DJing around the globe to running a 1500 people capacity venue and promoting their own festivals, Balthazar & JackRock have been deeply involved in electronic music scene for the past 22 years. In January 2006 ...
 
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Lydia, Isaac and Rudy join Emmanuel Farjoun from Matzpen for a discussion on his 1983 piece Class divisions in Israeli society and how the divisions have changed in the present day. We discuss the changing strength of the Palestinians inside Israel and how that is reflected in their changing political aims, the differences between whiteness in the …
 
Matt Strupp reads aloud the a reprint of the mission statement of Marxist Unity Slate, a set of proposals for the 2021 DSA convention with the aim of fostering democratic discipline and principled election campaigns, as well as uniting Marxists in DSA around a vision of a mass socialist party. The proposals can be read and signed here, 100 signatur…
 
Donald and Rudy sit down with Wayne Au, author of A Marxist Education. They discuss his experiences on providing a critical education, how education in the US currently stands and how Covid has just brought to the forefront issues faced by students. They discuss the Au's work on Paulo Freire and Lev Vygotsky, and end up envisioning how a socialist …
 
Hillary and Tina interview community advocate, Emmanuel George of the Black Broward film project and the Sistrunk-a-Fair. Born in Overtown Florida, Emmanuel George spent his childhood years in North Miami and Miami Shores. In 2002 to present day he's been living in Hollywood and Dania Beach. His calling to be a voice and advocate for the local Blac…
 
The Wigs are back together live in the studio for the first time in 2021, kicking off the year with three legal controversies. First up, a look at the phenomenon of de-platforming, where social media companies restrict people's access to their platforms on account of things said in the expression of views and beliefs. Secondly, the wigs analyse a n…
 
Hillary and Tina interview Helen Butler, Executive Director of the Georgia Coalition for the Peoples’ Agenda. Helen serves as Executive Director of the Georgia Coalition for the Peoples’ Agenda, an advocacy organization comprised of representatives from the human rights, civil rights, environmental, labor, women, young professionals, youth, elected…
 
Isaac and Rudy join Moshé Machover, one of the four founding members of the Israeli Socialist Organization, better known as Matzpen after the name of their publication for a discussion on the group's origins, how their anti-zionist consciousness originated and developed, their marginalization by Israeli society during the 1967 war and how Arab/Jewi…
 
We can be happy if our hope is in the...what? Not the government. Not our spouse. Not our children. No, the Bible says we can be happy if our hope is in the LORD, hallelujah! Let's open our Bibles to Psalm 146:5-9.By Emmanuel Williams
 
Parker and Alex have a conversation with the editor and translator of Karl Kautsky on Democracy and Republicanism (Haymarket, 2020) on the legacy of Karl Kautsky before he turned renegade. They discuss the convergence of various conflicting political views, from 'Leninists' to Social Democrats and Cold War Warriors, into what Ben Lewis calls in his…
 
Hillary and Tina interview Red Tide Radio co-hosts Thomas Kennedy and Gerald Doherty. For over a decade, Thomas Kennedy lived as an undocumented immigrant. Watching his parents overcome their struggles to try and achieve success led Thomas to become involved in student activism and immigration reform advocacy. He graduated with an International Rel…
 
Matt and Christian join Zhun Xu, author of From Commune to Capitalism: How China’s Peasants Lost Collective Farming and Gained Urban Poverty for a discussion on China's communes from their construction to their dismantling. They contextualize land reform globally, elaborate on how the Chinese land reform process looked different from the Soviet one…
 
Hillary and Tina interview Professor Caroline Light and former Assistant State Attorney Melba V. Pearson. We focus our conversation on the controversial Stand Your Groud Law and the proposed DeSantis' Anti-Riot Bill. Caroline Light currently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Studies at Harvard University and teaches courses on women, gender, …
 
For the latest episode of our series on Actually Existing Socialism, Christian, Rudy, Donald and Connor join forces for a discussion on the Yugoslav self-management in its different iterations. We use Darko Suvin's Splendor, Misery and Possibilities: An X-Ray of Socialist Yugoslavia as a background to outline an exploration of the successive reform…
 
Hillary and Tina interview Nancy Metayer, Coral Springs, Florida’s first Black and Haitian American woman to serve as Commissioner in Coral Springs. Metayer built a notable public service career providing steadfast leadership on issues ranging from environmental advocacy to disaster relief. Prior to joining the Coral Springs City Commission, she le…
 
At the time of this recording, this show is entirely unsponsored and without ads. It is listener-supported. Will you support us? For only a dollar a month, you can show your support as a fan of the show. For five dollars a month, you can be an Official Patron. And as a show of gratitude, you'll have access to new episodes several days before everyb…
 
At the time of this recording, this show is entirely unsponsored and without ads. It is listener-supported. Will you support us? For only a dollar a month, you can show your support as a fan of the show. For five dollars a month, you can be an Official Patron. And as a show of gratitude, you'll have access to new episodes several days before everyb…
 
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