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Carousel Radio is a show and a podcast that is planned and presented by our learning disabled DJs and radio presenters. It’s one of the only places on the radio where you can hear spoken word exclusively by learning disabled artists. Produced in Brighton, UK by Carousel - http://carousel.org.uk/
 
Hello my name is Jude Ocanas. I love to talk about Football, watch Football and basically anything to do with Football. This channel I really only talk about the NFL and NCAAFB. My dream is to Broadcast Football games or be on Sports Radio.
 
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The Award-winning Carousel Radio Podcast features songs, poems and stories by artists with a learning disability. This edition includes an interview and music from Jamaica!!, who are an improvsational musical collective based at The Gate in Sheperd's Bush. You can also hear a new story from Charlie Hatton's 'Land of Stories', and poem from Sam Cast…
 
The latest reports show that more than 44 million Americans owe a total of $1.7 trillion in student loan debt. It’s the biggest source of debt in the American household after mortgages. And this is not just a problem for wealthy, white degree-holders and families. Student loan debt shapes the labor market and contributes to growing economic inequal…
 
During the 1970s, Americans were riveted by stories of prisoners of war coming home from Vietnam. One part of the story that often went untold, though, was that there were many POWs from Hoa Lo Prison who opposed the war. How were these dissenters portrayed at at the time and why was their story purged from public memory? With us today to discuss a…
 
Continuing her National Poetry Month series for April, today Ali Muldrow gets to have the very best kind of book club with poet Jasmine Mans about her latest collection, Black Girl, Call Home, which some readers have called “the Black Girl Bible.” They have a rich conversation about the power of poetry to mimic memory, family relationships, Black g…
 
Last week, the city of Madison announced that it will no longer be recycling plastic bags now that it doesn’t have a buyer for them. This got us thinking: What happens to recycled plastic anyway? Where does it go? It turns out the answer is more complicated than we’d imagined. To help us sort it out, WORT news director Chali Pittman spends the hour…
 
As many Americans have struggled to make ends meet during the pandemic, the wealth of Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and other billionaires has gone up by $1.3 trillion. And there is an entire professional sector—including tax attorneys, estate planners, accountants, and wealth managers—dedicated to help wealthy individuals and corporations pro…
 
It’s a beaver affair! Beavers may seem like humble creatures, but it turns out they are quite an influential species that have played a major role in shaping the American landscape. To set the record straight about these little critters, today guest host Jonah Chester spends the hour with Ben Goldfarb, environmental journalist and author of the awa…
 
Today on the show, Allen discusses the twin catastrophes of capitalism and the climate crisis with ecosocialist activist Ian Angus. Among other things, they talk about the problem with ecofascist arguments about “overpopulation,” why the COVID-19 pandemic is an ecological crisis, and the promises of ecosocialism. Ian Angus is the founder and editor…
 
“When difference is an inextricable truth of our reality, how can the art of conversation become a strategy for survival?” This is the question at the heart of Primer for an Impossible Conversation, a new dance performance coming virtually to Madison this week that has been described as “a collage of imagery, movement, humor, and dialogue” dealing …
 
According to research from the Brennan Center for Justice, lawmakers in forty-seven states have recently proposed legislation with restrictive provisions related to voting, including limiting early and absentee voting, voter ID law, election-day registration, disability access, and availability of polling places and ballot drop boxes. To get a clea…
 
Food banks have been an important tool in addressing food insecurity during the pandemic, but they alone aren’t enough to solve the problem—to do that, we need to focus on the root causes of hunger. That’s the argument Katie Martin makes in her new book, Reinventing Food Banks and Pantries. She joins us on the show to talk about equitable, long-ter…
 
The Award-winning Carousel Radio Podcast features songs, poems and stories by artists with a learning disability. This edition features music from Matthew Nealis, poems and stories from Sam Castell-Ward, MC Silvercat and Jonny Schachter. The John Dewey Specialist College present a new piece of music. Davot has a new jingle. Fran has the latest Caro…
 
Today our crew breaks down the latest news across the league including the drama between Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Do the Patriots look to the draft for their next QB and which player at 5 does our crew think is the perfect fit for the Bengals. Plus despite Watson wanting to be traded their are reports the Texans are not taking any c…
 
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