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Focus on Albany
On the Focus on Albany show I will be discussing issues affecting NYS residents and talk with the legislators involved in working on those issues
Listen Albany
Listen Albany: the Capital City's Cultural Heritage Podcast, is a series of podcasts that offer just a glimpse into Albany's long, rich history. Albany, the oldest city in the United States operating under its original charter (1686), has known many famous faces over its centuries-long life, Its world-class architecture and stunning streetscapes have provided the perfect backdrop for these famous faces. Through this podcast, you will learn about the people and places that make Albany's herit ...
Welcome to the Albany Made Podcast - a podcast about the city of Albany and the library's place in it. With the help of our staff and the local community, we will explore everything from local history, to arts and culture, to the function of the library in the community. Thank you for tuning in! We hope you enjoy it.
Perth Indymedia
Radical activist citizen journalism. A weekly radio programme on RTRFM (92.1FM), a community radio station based in Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. We bring an independent perspective to the analysis of news and issues and provide a forum for activists, campaigners, academics, advocates and workers denied a voice by the mainstream media. Covering indigenous issues, post-capitalist/anti-capitalist analysis, refugee rights, antifa and all the important environmental, economic and ...
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine is a locally-produced nightly news hour that provides sanctuary for the discussion of a wide range of topics, scaling from the global to the hyper-local. The show is broadcast on WOOC 105.3 FM, The Sanctuary for Independent Media's low-power radio station based in Troy, NY.With the support of people like you, the Sanctuary uses art and participatory action to promote social and environmental justice and freedom of creative expression.
Heartland History
A scholarly association devoted to Midwestern historyThe Midwestern History Association, created in the fall of 2014, is dedicated to rebuilding the field of Midwestern history, which has suffered from decades of neglect and inattention. The MHA will advocate for greater attention to Midwestern history among professional historians, seek to rebuild the infrastructure necessary for the study of the American Midwest, promote greater academic discourse relating to Midwestern history, support th ...
Block and Lot
Block and Lot with Brian Meier. The no BS, look inside what's actually going on in New York City Real Estate. Brian answers questions from listeners, gives the authentic, current market condition and each week shares how to tackle the countless challenges and unpredictable situations that are part of an agent's everyday life. Whether you strategize from his experiences or prepare for tomorrow's pitch, this podcast is for those who live and breathe real estate.
Extol Magazine
Extol Magazine host various podcasts -- from our own, to our clients -- so our subscribers will have a nice variety to choose from. Extol Magazine is a Southern Indiana/Louisville Kentucky publication that celebrates our lifestyles, local profiles, businesses, people, places, and culture. Extol also celebrates health, fitness and sports from the area.
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Year 11 North Albany Senior High School student and climate activist Kaelin Abrahams joined Sara Morrison and Alex Whisson to discuss the local plans for the 20th September school strike for climate action.By Perth Indymedia Collective.
PAUSE On Climate Strike by WOOC 105.3 FM TroyBy WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Today, we have an interview with climatologist Rick Thoman from Fairbanks, AlaskaThen, a new episode of Schenectady Today with Ann Parillo about the Albany Civic Theater's production of "The Heiress."And later on, we hear Adam Tinkle tell us about "Feel Me", a multi-sensory art exhibition that will be running until October 12th at Collar Works ...…
HMM spoke with Sandy Steubing and Mark Dunlea of PAUSE, People of Albany United for Safe Energy, about the Climate Strike on September 20th.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Bob Keefe from E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs)discusses their new study showing that 123,292 workers in NY now work in the energy efficiency industry. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Madelyn Hoffman of the NJ Peace Council talks about the upcoming People's Mobilization to End Wars and Save the Planet in NYC from Sept, 20 to 23, with a rally on Sept. 23. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network. For more info see and…
This week is part two of my interview with two members of the artist collective seven count Adam Tinkle and Angus McCullough. As the interview starts we are listening to a track titled "I remember clip board" from there latest recording "Request Line". Adam and Angus talk about their impulses in recording the track and how they create their music.…
Rick Thoman is a climatologist with the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. He spoke over the phone with HMM correspondent Alexis Goldsmith about ice melt, fires, and lightning in the arctic.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
The Hudson Mohawk Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended the “Albany Vegan Festival” on Sunday, September 8, at the Albany Capital Center. In this segment, you will hear his interview with various vendors at the Vegan Festival.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
In the Know with Zach Simpson Zach talks about this week in Albany PoliticsBy The Focus on Albany Show.
Schenectady Today host Ann Parillo speaks with Evan Jones, director, Ron Weber, and Susan Dantz about the Albany Civic Theater's production of "The Heiress."(In: Right Now we are talking about The Heiress" OUT: Maybe learn a few lessons. I hope so.)To learn more about the Albany Civic Theater or to purchase tickets to "The Heiress" go to www.Al ...…
We hear more from Alex Alam El Din of Eat Smart New York.Lovonia Mallory speaks with Dr. Clem Harris on reclaiming history.For Climate Matters, Peter Savio speaks with Jennifer Ottney Mahar of the Nature Conservancy.Hannah and Joules discuss the importance of mindfulness on Creating Spaces for Healing.We have the debut of Sophia Cahillane’s Wom ...…
Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Steve Pierce speaks with Alex Alam El Din from the Cornell Cooperative Extension about her nutrition education work with Eat Smart New York.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Intro: In this segment Hannah and Joules go more in depth on specifically what mindfulness is and how we can incorporate it into our daily lives.Outro: To share your thoughts, stories and different ways of healing yourself with Hannah and Joules, please contact them at info@mediasanctuary.orgBy WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Dr. Clem Harris is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History, where he teaches interdisciplinary courses in African American Urban History, African Diasporic History, and Public Affairs. Dr. Harris holds a Ph.D. in History, with graduate certificates in Urban Studies and Africana Studies received from the University of Pennsylvania in ...…
"Feel Me" is a multi-sensory art exhibition that will be running until August 12th at Collar Works on River Street in Troy. WOOC correspondent Aaron Pedinotti went there on opening night and spoke with Adam Tinkle, a musician and video artist who is exhibiting a multimedia piece at the exhibition. In this segment, they talk about the nature and ...…
Jesse Marshall of Extinction Rebellion Capital Region talks about the movement's origins, goals, and principles.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Paul Grondahl talks about the Writers Institute Book Festival on Sept. 14By The Focus on Albany Show.
For this first time this coming year, New York will join more than 30 other states in allowing voters to cast a ballot before election day. Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Corinne Carey spoke with the Troy NAACP's Renee Powell about how Troy residents aren't getting an early voting site, and why.…
The Hudson Mohawk Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended the “Albany VegFest” on Sunday, September 8, at the Albany Capital Center. In this segment, you will hear his interview with Sarah A. Shearer, Organizer and Executive Director of the Capital Region Vegan Network about the event.…
Today is our second anniversary of starting the magazine, so congratulations to everyone at WOOC.We start off with a report from a panel last week on the Green New Deal. 18 years ago more than 3,000 people were killed by 4 hijacked airplanes. We will take a few minutes to reflect on what has happened since 9/11 and what are some of the remainin ...…
Sophia Cahillane, for the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, interviewed Professor Esther Wertz from RPI about her research in physics and being a women in a STEM field for the new radio bucket.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Todd Drake talks about the vote in the County Leg for term limitsBy The Focus on Albany Show.
WOOC Correspondent Elizabeth Press was at the first Mayoral Debate in Troy on Tuesday evening and met up with activist Naomi Jaffe. They discussed why the group Justice for Dahmeek was at the debate calling for Justice for Edson Thevenin.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
First we have a report from the latest Troy City Council meeting from correspondent Dave Publow. After that, we have Corinne Carey’s interview with Cheryl Fish-Parcham, Director of Access Initiatives at Families USA.Afterwards, we hear about the YWCA’s upcoming immigrant justice advocacy forum.And later on we get Willie Terry’s report from Troy ...…
With me this week are two members of the artist collective Seven Count; Adam Tinkle and Angus McCullough. We sat down in the studio and talked about Tarot, John Cage and their most recent recording Request Line. They have an upcoming show at the Courthouse Gallery in Lake George, NY running from September 14 through October 19, the show is titl ...…
HMM Correspondent Amy Halloran speaks with Eliza Hunter about sourdough baking and Sourdough September, the international effort to raise awareness of wild yeast baking.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Protestors spoke out at last week's Troy City Council Meeting in reaction to the Times Union's report about previously unreleased information concerning the killing of Edson Thevenin by Troy Police in 2016By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
NATURE Lab correspondent Kathy High speaks with with Sebastian Ureta and Abby Kinchy.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Robert Meeropol shares his thoughts on the latest development with Donald TrumpBy The Focus on Albany Show.
Stand Against RacismIntroOn September 14th, the YWCA will present an immigrant justice advocacy forum at Siena's Synder Hall. Dalila Yeend and Jaime Crouse joined us to discuss the forum and their participation.OutroThank you Dalila and Jaime. Please see for more information on the forum.…
We start with a segment about the rally and march on Sunday in Troy organized by Never Again.Then, we hear from Joe Seeman with more about the rally in late August to shut down detention centers in Glens Falls.Later on, we get a segment on voter suppression in Rensselaer County.After that, we have a discussion about the Venezuelan Embassy sit-i ...…
Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Steve Pierce speaks with Melanie Trimble, executive director of the Capital Region chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union, about voter suppression in Rensselaer County.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
On Friday Sept. 6, Greta Thunberg joined other students for the weekly Friday for the Future climate strike at the UN. First, we hear from PSC / PCM organizer Nancy Romer about asking a question at the recent CNN Climate Forum. Then we talk to youth organizer Spencer Berg about the upcoming Sept. 20 - 27 climate strike. By Mark Dunlea for Hudso ...…
In part 2 of our coverage of the Sept. 5 Green New Forum at Riverside Church, we hear from organizer Jen Scarlott of Bronx Climate Justice North. Eric Weltman of Food and Water Watch discusses fracking waste in the Delaware River Basin. And we talk with Roberto Mukaro Borrero of the United Confederation of Taino People. With Mark Dunlea for Hud ...…
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended the “2019 Capital Region Labor Day Parade” on Friday, September 6, in Albany. In this segment, you will hear his interview with Wayne Spence, President of the New York State Publicly Employees Federation and Steven M. Moquin, President/Business Agent for the ...…
Bronx Climate Justice North held a forum on the Green New Deal at Riverside Church in NYC on Thursday Sept. 5. In Part 1, we talk with Sean Sweeney of Trade Unions for Energy Democracy and Matt Gratton of Earth Strike. By Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
Hundreds participated in a protest against Rensselear County Sheriff Pat Russo and ICE 's treatment of immigrants and children at a rally on September 8 in Troy. The rally and march to the county jail were organized by the Jewish organization Never Again. We hear from Miriam Axel-Lute, Rachel Glick, Ivy West, Rabbi Matt Cutler and Karen Beetle. ...…
Maureen Aumand talks about how we became friends opposing the Gulf WarBy The Focus on Albany Show.
Author, commentator and activist John Rees spoke to Alex Whisson about the latest twists and turns in the saga that is Britain's attempt to leave the European Union.By Perth Indymedia Collective.
Brian Mier is an author, journalist and co-editor of the news site Brasil Wire. He recently returned from Rondonia, one of the Amazonian states in Brazil most affected by the devastating fires that have shocked the world.By Perth Indymedia Collective.
West Papuan activist Wiwince Pigome joined Alex Whisson to discuss the recent escalation of pro-independence protests in the Indonesian province, and the repression meted out by the Widodo government.By Perth Indymedia Collective.
Mark Goudkamp is an activist with the Refugee Action Coalition in Sydney, and a founding member of Teachers for Refugees. He spoke to Alex Whisson.By Perth Indymedia Collective.
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended the “Caribbean Day 2019” on September 7, in Troy Prospect Park. In this segment, you will hear his interview with the organizer of the event, Angel of L&M Records, a Troy resident.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended the James Connolly Forum on “Solidarity with Venezuela! End the Sanctions and US Hands Off!” at the Oakwood Community Center on September 5, in Troy. In his segment, you will hear his interview with speakers Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese of Popular Resista ...…
In the Know with Zach Simpson talks about this week in Albany politicsBy The Focus on Albany Show.
Cheryl Fish-Parcham, Director of Access Initiatives at Families USA ​spoke to Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Corinne Carey about the Trump Administration's latest attack on immigrant families.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
The first segment today is more of Mark Dunlea’s coverage of the Capital District Solidarity Annual Labor Day Picnic.The the Triple E's with Sanctuary intern Diani Drake to discuss film, music, and inspirations. Willie Terry at the Annual Labor Day Picnic & Celebration that took place on Monday in Colonie.Ann Parillo speaks to the executive dir ...…
Dannielle Hille talks about the incident on Grand Street on SundayBy The Focus on Albany Show.
Creating Space for Healing is a new radio bucket about mental health and healing. Media Intern Joules Brown and Hannah Rowe kick off the first segment of their new radio bucket by talking about mindfulness and healthy coping mechanisms.By WOOC 105.3 FM Troy.
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