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'If you don't have a plan, you become part of somebody else's plan.' -TMDROP ME A LINE: (208) 918-2837
 
Radio Ecoshock weekly 1 hour 14MB mp3 program featuring the latest science, authors, issues - from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, Peak Oil, the economy, and peace.
 
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Join head editors within Tiso Blackstar and their guests for in-depth discussion and debate of the stories that are driving South Africa's news agenda.
 
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In this episode I speak with Trebbe Johnson, author of ‘Radical Joy for Hard Times: Finding Meaning and Making Beauty in Earth's Broken Places.’ We discuss how in a "world devastated by human interaction and natural disaster — from clearcutting and fracking to extreme weather and urban sprawl — creating art, ritual, and even joy in wounded plac ...…
 
In this segment of my discussion writer, lawyer, and environmental activist Will Falk, we place Will's activism and insights within the broader context of what is currently unfolding at the Unist'ot'en Camp, part of the Wet’suwet’en territory in so-called British Columbia. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), on January 7th, breached the b ...…
 
LINK TO THE FULL “DEBATE”: http://bit.ly/LBWtrainwreckIn this introduction, I try to adequately examine my “debate” with Michael Wood Jr. — former Baltimore police officer, whistleblower, and Police Management Scholar. I’ve spoken with Michael previously on the podcast (#163), in which we discussed his experiences and research into modern polic ...…
 
The Hoosiers will be looking to break a three game skid when they visit Purdue in West Lafayette. Indiana is looking for answers after a brutal loss to Nebraska at home. Who can IU turn to in order to get back on the winning track? Zain, Josh and Eddie discuss.
 
In this episode, I speak with writer, lawyer, and environmental activist Will Falk. In 2014 and 2015, Will spent a great deal of time at the Unist’ot’en Camp, part of the Wet’suwet’en Nation (in so-called British Columbia). We place Will's activism and insights about his time at the Camp within the broader context of what is currently unfolding ...…
 
We're back with another IUWBB podcast and this time we're joined by the voice of IU women's basketball, Greg Murray. We break down the past week for the Hoosiers that saw them go 1-2, look ahead to Purdue this weekend and look at the entire Big Ten. Greg is joined by hosts Josh, Connor and Austin.
 
The Benchwarmers is back with another episode this week talking about all of the latest happenings in the sports world. This week they broke down Duke vs. The Fab Five, NFL Championship Weekend, and NFL Awards. Drake Garbacik, Spencer Aber and Jack Ankony discuss it all.
 
In this segment of my discussion with anarchist, activist, and writer Peter Gelderloos we discuss his book ’Worshiping Power: An Anarchist View of Early State Formation,’ which examines state formation in societies through out human history. What stands out from this discussion is: 1) there are numerous examples of societies throughout human hi ...…
 
Professor David Victor delivers stiff warning from Nature: “Global warming will happen faster than we think”. Then we talk with Mike Davis, author of “Ecology of Fear” and “Planet of Slums”. In 1990, Davis explained why California would burn. We get his reaction …
 
Business Day TV — On the show this week the team takes a look at the rumblings in Zimbabwe and their likely impact on the region. Back home, troubles of our own with Eskom and the state capture hearings but Team SA is on the hunt for investors at Davos and what now for Theresa May after her Brexit deal is given the thumbs down.…
 
In this episode, I speak with anarchist, activist, and writer Peter Gelderloos. Peter is the author of numerous books, two of which we examine in this interview — ‘How Nonviolence Protects The State’ and ’Worshiping Power: An Anarchist View of Early State Formation.’ In this discussion, I ask Peter to examine the most lauded nonviolent movement ...…
 
The first episode of the 3 Man Weave Podcast with Michael Ramirez, Sean Mintert and Jack Grossman. The guys dive into the upcoming schedule for Indiana basketball, reacted to the College Football National Championship, and gave their winners of the week.
 
The Benchwarmers is back with another episode following winter break. The guys talk NFL head coaches, give an NBA midseason review, and ask the question "is Clemson the new Bama?" Drake and Spencer break it all down.
 
In this segment of my discussion with Siniša Malešević, we examine his research into the sociological roots of the nation state in the modern era, as well as the social mechanisms and techniques the nation state uses in order to wed the individual (the citizen) to the ideologies and interests of the nation — through a combination of sophisticat ...…
 
With the offseason in full swing now, plenty of Hoosiers are starting to find their way in the pro ranks. We break down all of the rumors with our reporting and talk about each departing senior and underclassman who has a chance at a pro contract. Josh, Eddie and Michael break it down.
 
The Indiana women's basketball team is off to a perfect start in Big Ten play after a big win over Michigan State. Now the Hoosiers hit the road for two road games looking to start the season 5-0. Austin, Josh and Connor break down the holiday period and look at the bigger picture in the Big Ten.
 
The venerable Noam Chomsky on our climate crisis and Nicholas Rees on the startling impacts of air pollution on babies and toddler brain development. But first, we must prevent mass climate suicide by coal, with famous German environmentalist Heffa Schuecking. Radio Ecoshock 190109
 
We're finally back with another podcast breaking down the holiday break for the Hoosiers. Indiana has been looking good as of late, but there are a few potential flaws for this team. Zain and Josh break it all down.
 
In this episode, I speak with Siniša Malešević — Full Professor and Chair of Sociology at the University College in Dublin, Ireland. Siniša is the author of numerous books, including ‘The Rise of Organised Brutality: A Historical Sociology of Violence’ and the upcoming ‘Grounded Nationalisms.’ We discuss Siniša research into the historical form ...…
 
Richard Heinberg is Senior Fellow of the Post Carbon Institute and one of the world’s foremost advocates for a shift away from our current reliance on fossil fuels. In our examination of the themes presented Richard’s recent essay “Our Bonus Decade,” Richard discusses the role skyrocketing oil prices played in the financial crisis of 2008 and h ...…
 
The grand old man of coastal science Dr. Orrin Pilkey warns: start withdrawing from the coast-line now, or wait for the coming panic. A couple of hundred million years ago a massive warming on Earth drove most species to extinction. From the University …
 
In this episode, I speak with Richard Heinberg — Senior Fellow of the Post Carbon Institute and one of the world’s foremost advocates for a shift away from our current reliance on fossil fuels.▴ We examine Richard’s recent essay “Our Bonus Decade,” in which he examines the role peak oil played in the 2008 financial crisis and what the long-term ...…
 
Humans easily fixate on catastrophe, whether real or imaginary. Does the nation, the economy, or even civilization need to collapse in order to start anew? Who benefits if we think like that, and would things get better or worse? A feature interview with …
 
In this segment of my discussion with political theorists Alley Valkyrie and Rhyd Wildermuth — Alley and Rhyd contextualize the cultural, historical, and political reasons as to what the Yellow Vest movement is ultimately responding to, including what this fuel tax symbolizes within the broader discontent with neoliberal capitalism in Europe, a ...…
 
In this episode, I speak with Alley Valkyrie and Rhyd Wildermuth — co-founders of Gods & Radicals Press and the hosts of the Empires Crumble podcast. We discuss the recent widespread unrest in France (dubbed “Les Gilets Jaunes” or the "Yellow Vest" movement in the English-speaking world) — a response to President Emmanuel Macron's decision to i ...…
 
Reports recorded live from the NGO press center at the Poland COP24 talks. A panel includes one of our favorite climate truth-tellers, the UK’s Kevin Anderson. Kevin explains where real action could start, and the myths world governments are selling us. Then Stuart …
 
In this segment with Dezeray Lyn — activist, street medic, and co-organizer of Mutual Aid Disaster Relief (MADR) — I ask her to discuss the fundamental differences between grassroots disaster relief efforts (as demonstrated by MADR), and those done by large-scale federal government agencies and charity organizations, in providing supplies and s ...…
 
In this episode I speak with Dezeray Lyn — activist, street medic, and co-organizer of Mutual Aid Disaster Relief (MADR) — a "national network made up of many eco-activists, social justice activists, global justice activists, permaculturalists, community organizers, and others who are actively organizing around supporting disaster survivors in ...…
 
Teddy and Eddie are joined by Indiana receiver Luke Timian who recaps his career in Bloomington, where the IU program is headed, and preparing for the NFL Draft.
 
In this segment with Stephen Siff, Associate Professor of Journalism at Miami University and the author of ‘Acid Hype: American News Media and the Psychedelic Experience,’ we get into the U.S. news media's role in the promotion, and in particular the "hype," of psychedelic drug use in the 1950s and '60s — initially by prominent public figures a ...…
 
Should we tell young people what we’ve done to the climate? Too late: they are telling us. From the climate talks in Katowice Poland, the student rebel who started it all: Greta Thunberg, interviewed by Stuart Scott from scientistswarning.org. From Australia to Canada …
 
Indiana women's basketball is still rolling as we hit finals week in Bloomington. After two more home wins, the Hoosiers are still undefeated and have 10 days off before going to Puerto Rico for three games. Can they stay undefeated through non-conference play? Austin, Connor and Josh discuss.
 
Indiana basketball picked up its third win in a row from a game decided by one possession Saturday against Louisville. The win propelled the Hoosiers into the AP Top 25 this week for the first time under Archie Miller. Looking ahead, the Hoosiers have a tough task Saturday in the Crossroads Classic against Butler. Zain Pyarali and Austin Render ...…
 
In this episode, I speak with Stephen Siff, Associate Professor of Journalism at Miami University and the author of ‘Acid Hype: American News Media and the Psychedelic Experience.’ In this discussion, we get into the U.S. news media's role in the promotion, and in particular the "hype," of psychedelic drug use in the 1950s and '60s — initially ...…
 
Indiana's season came to an abrupt end Friday night, as the Hoosiers bowed out of the College Cup with a 2-0 loss to Maryland. Eddie and Josh recorded this podcast in Santa Barbara and break down the loss along with looking back on the season as a whole.
 
Indiana basketball is coming off a 2-0 start to Big Ten play and face another tough task at home Saturday against Louisville. Zain Pyarali, Teddy Bailey and Austin Render get together to break down the Penn State win at great length and look ahead to the challenges that Louisville presents.
 
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In this segment of my conversation with author, former educator, and “one of the foremost speakers on simple living.” Michael Sliwa, we discuss the traps of modernity and the path Michael has taken to move further away from the center of Empire in an attempt to liberate himself from false needs and excessive wants, in turn learning to live much ...…
 
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Why Bit coin and a rush to air-conditioning in India can rip your future climate. From the Rocky Mountain Institute, Iain Campbell reports the global cooling challenge. Scientist Randi Rollins from University of Hawaii explains Bit coin so we can all understand – …
 
After a 1-0 win over Notre Dame, Indiana is off to its second straight College Cup in Santa Barbara. We break down the path to the College Cup and look ahead to Indiana's match vs. Maryland. Joe Catapano, Maryland beat reporter from The Diamondback, also joins Eddie to preview the Terrapins (17:56 mark). Can Indiana bring home its ninth nationa ...…
 
Business Day TV — The newly minted NDPP and her prospects in office; a look at how Cyril Ramaphosa has performed as SA President and all the trouble at Eskom. Join Peter Bruce and his team as they take a look at some of the major events of the year and what they’re keeping an eye on in the months ahead.…
 
Indiana basketball takes its first Big Ten road trip of the season when they head to State College, PA and take on the Penn State Nittany Lions Tuesday night at 7 p.m. The Hoosiers picked up a 68-66 win in their first Big Ten game of the season at home vs Northwestern, but could be without star forward Juwan Morgan tonight due to injury. How do ...…
 
In this segment of my discussion with Lee Camp, we discuss a subject he frequently touches on in his show ‘Redacted Tonight,’ and in his recently released comedy special ‘Super Patriotic Very Uncle Sam Comedy Special Not Allowed On American TV’ — his first comedy special in over four years. What value does voting actually have in generating rea ...…
 
In this episode, I speak with Michael Sliwa — author, former educator, and “one of the foremost speakers on simple living.”⚐ My discussion with Michael addresses the traps of modernity — including work, consumerism, settler-colonialism, our culture’s attachment to things, and the path Michael has taken to move further away from the center of Em ...…
 
It was a busy edition of the Indiana basketball podcast as during the podcast we got breaking news that 5-star forward Trayce Jackson-Davis committed to Indiana. We break down that news plus we recap Duke and look ahead to Northwestern. Zain, Eddie and Josh discuss.
 
In this episode, I speak with Lee Camp — stand up comedian, political commentator, and the head writer and host of the national TV show Redacted Tonight on RT America. We discuss his recently released comedy special ‘Super Patriotic Very Uncle Sam Comedy Special Not Allowed On American TV’ — his first comedy special in over four years. We discu ...…
 
We're back with another edition of the podcast breaking down the entire month of November. The Hoosiers are off to a hot start at 6-0 and look to continue that as they continue to play on the road. Can the Hoosiers finish the non-conference slate undefeated? Josh, Austin and Connor break it all down.…
 
The Hoosier Network's Drake Garbacik and Spencer Aber bring you a brand new podcast. The duo reflects back on Indiana's loss at Duke, examines the College Football Playoff and looks ahead to what the NFL postseason picture could look like.
 
Breaking science details hundreds of changes driven by climate disruption. A break-through map of the future, with Dr. Jonathan Patz. Dr. Kimberley Miner: how a warming world releases long-lived toxic chemicals. A quick heads-up on this year’s 24 Hours of Reality world broadcast …
 
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