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Somebody Likes It
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Hello my little chickadees, and welcome to “Somebody Likes It.” Each week, we gather to talk about an album that, while very important to a lot of people, none of us really know that well. This doesn’t mean that said record is a cult classic, nay dear reader, as our intent is quite contrary to that line of thinking.
 
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Off-Nominal
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Two friends, two beers, and a casual conversation about space. Landing monthly in your podcast feed.
 
Proudly Sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival in Sarasota Florida
 
A daily current affairs programme covering the major Pacific stories of the week, with background and reaction from the people making the news.
 
The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive is a podcast that contains off-air recordings from the shortwaves. These recordings represent the wide variety of stations found on the shortwave, long wave and medium wave radio spectrums (30-30,000 kHz)
 
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Tensions are mounting again on the Kokoda Track where landowners say they are not receiving their share of funds from trekking companies which access their land; an exhibition at the new South Pacific WWII Museum in Luganville in Vanuatu is to feature the contribution to the war effort by the legendary aviator, Charles Lindbergh; quakes follow ...…
 
Tensions are mounting again on the Kokoda Track where landowners say they are not receiving their share of funds from trekking companies which access their land.
 
An exhibition at the new South Pacific WWII Museum in Luganville in Vanuatu is to feature the contribution to the war effort by the legendary aviator, Charles Lindbergh.
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Garavas, who shares the following recording and notes: Radio Sandino, Nicaraguan clandestine radio station, voice of the Sandinista National Liberation Front. Recorded the day Anastasio Somoza DeBayle resigned the presidency and fled to Miami. The following is a translation of the first two minutes of the an ...…
 
Quakes follow eruption on Vanuatu's Ambrym; Pacific anti-violence initiatives seen as global model; Fiji election rules finally being tested; New Caledonia talks in Paris echo divisions; Bougainville still waiting for its funding from Port Moresby; Ambae evacuees on Santo receive a kick-start.
 
A volcanic eruption on Vanuatu's Ambrym Island has sparked a series of minor earthquakes that have opened cracks around the island.
 
Anti-violence campaigners in the Pacific say a programme which uses men as role models is best practice and should be shared with the rest of the world. The Pacific Women's Network has been meeting in Fiji this month and have called for more men to stand up for women's rights.
 
Having Fiji's electoral system being tested in court will benefit the country, according to an academic.
 
Considered by many to be the greatest of ALL Strauss operas that you've never heard of.Although Strauss described Daphne as a "bucolic tragedy," based on Greek myth, it is not an opera about loss, as is Orpheus, or about retribution, as in Elektra, but rather something else altogether. Daphne, a child of nature, embodies both chaste purity and ...…
 
The Pacific seems happy with the outcome of the big Tuna Commission meeting; the Solomons government withdraws its controversial traditional governance bill; Tonga grapples with growing meth problem; the Fiji Opposition accuses Attorney general of utter contempt for the people; Manus Island's social fabric is described as broken.…
 
Paris talks on New Caledonia shift focus to May election.
 
The President of Bougainville, John Momis, says the autonomous region is still waiting for Papua New Guinea to pay its constitutionally guaranteed grant.
 
More than 2000 families displaced by volcanic eruptions on Vanuatu's Ambae Island have a received an early Christmas present.
 
Over 100 of our favorite works by Tchaikovsky.Purchase now at:http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p766/Tchaikovsky.html
 
The Pacific seems happy with the outcome of the big Tuna Commission meeting; the Solomons government withdraws its controversial traditional governance bill; Tonga grapples with growing meth problem; the Fiji Opposition accuses Attorney general of utter contempt for the people; Manus Island's social fabric is described as broken.…
 
Pacific Islands fisheries leaders are satisfied with the outcomes of last week's meeting of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission, or Tuna Commission, in Hawaii.
 
The Solomon Islands government has withdrawn controversial legislation seeking to establish an overarching traditional governance structure for the country's many unique tribal communities.
 
Tonga grapples with growing meth problem; Fiji Opposition accuses Attorney general of utter contempt for the people; Manus Island 'social fabric broken'; IFC looks to foster corporate bond market in PNG; Tongan Speaker talks about future of House with NZ MPs.
 
A advocate for women and children in Tonga says methamphetamine use is an increasing problem in the kingdom which needs to be urgently addressed.
 
The leader of one of Fiji's opposition parties says the Attorney General is showing utter contempt for the people of Fiji with actions to avoid receiving notice of challenges to the authenticity of the current government.
 
The social fabric of Papua New Guinea's Manus Island has been broken by Australia detaining refugees there, a community leader says.
 
The International Financie Corporation, the IFC, together with Australia and New Zealand is helping to develop a corporate debt market in Papua New Guinea.
 
Tonga's Parliamentary Speaker has visited New Zealand to look at ways House procedures can be improved upon and to discuss the rebuild of Parliament after the historic buildings were destroyed in February's Cyclone Gita.
 
Over 100 tracks of our favorite works by JS Bach.Download now at:http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p765/JS_Bach_Favorites.html
 
PNG's fraud squad says Paraka case not over yet; Bougainville President says accusers desperate; UN progresses Norfolk petition against Australia; Pacific delegates call out wealthy nations for not using their power to protect people from climate change; The US joins a Pacific infrastructure alternative to China,…
 
The head of Papua New Guinea's police fraud squad says the case against the lawyer Paul Paraka is not over yet. A ruling by a senior committal court magistrate this week meant that 27 charges of conspiracy, theft and money laundering against Mr Paraka were dropped.
 
The President of Bougainville, John Momis, says many of the people who issued an ultimatum to his government last week are themselves facing investigation by the Papua New Guinea Fraud Squad.
 
The United Nations has progressed a petition made by Norfolk Islanders alleging Australia breached their civil and political rights.
 
Pacific Island nations at the UN climate meeting in Poland are calling large emitting nations to account as efforts continue to convert the Paris Agreement into a rules-based international framework; A charity focuses on changing the diets of New Zealand's Pasifika people whose lives are being cut short by unhealthy eating; Experts say Vanuatu ...…
 
Pacific Island nations at the COP24 climate meeting in Poland are calling large emitting nations to account as efforts continue to convert the Paris Agreement into a rules-based international framework.
 
Pacific countries will soon have better access to American funding for big ticket infrastructure projects as the United States joins a regional infrastructure development group offering an alternative to Chinese finance.
 
Over 7 hours from our newest compilation of over 10 hours of music by Beethoven.Over 100 tracks! Available for download at:http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p763/Beethoven%21.html
 
Fiji's opposition parties have been given a reprieve in their attempt to dispute the results of last month's election; Paris talks with New Caledonia politicians will digest the independence referendum aftermath; Papua New Guinea's government looks at changing parts of a controversial mining deal struck with China; the unhealthy diets of New Ze ...…
 
Fiji's opposition parties have been given a reprieve in their attempt to dispute the results of last month's election. The parties had complained members of the FijiFirst government had been evading their efforts to serve legal documents.
 
Paris talks with New Caledonia politicians will digest the independence referendum aftermath.
 
Papua New Guinea's government looks at changing parts of a controversial mining deal struck with China.
 
A charity focuses on changing the diets of New Zealand's Pasifika people whose lives are being cut short by unhealthy eating; Experts say Vanuatu and Fiji are leading the region in the struggle to end violence against women; Samoa's church is called upon to lead action against domestic violence; A PNG lawyer seeks revenge after the dropping of ...…
 
The need to change the diets of the Pasifika community is the focus of a New Zealand charity which is aiming to address the number of lives that are being cut short because of unhealthy eating.
 
Samoa's churches need to change their approach to deal with the problem of domestic violence, the National Human Rights Institution says.
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Gavaras, who shares the following recording (from a series of seven studio recordings) and notes: These recordings were originally provided to me on reel-to-reel tape directly from Radio Moscow (which I dubbed to a cassette). At that time, I was program director at St. Cloud State University's radio station ...…
 
Figures show Pacific people who migrated to New Zealand as adults are more resilient to mental health issues than other Pasifika; PNG landowner group defends Porgera lawsuit; The Deputy Prime Minister of the Cook Islands, Mark Brown, says he wants local contractors to undertake repairs to Rarotonga's huge new water system, Te Mato Vai; A refuge ...…
 
Almost 30 years on, the fight against violence against women continues in the Pacific.
 
After dozens of charges of conspiracy, theft and money laundering laid against him were dropped this week, Papua New Guinea lawyer Paul Paraka says he will pursue charges against anti-fraud detectives and politicians who colluded to destroy him.
 
Samoa's internet regulator says Pacific Island countries should put more pressure on companies like Facebook to crack down on fake news.
 
Figures show Pacific people who migrated to New Zealand as adults are more resilient to mental health issues than other Pasifika; PNG landowner group defends Porgera lawsuit; The Deputy Prime Minister of the Cook Islands, Mark Brown, says he wants local contractors to undertake repairs to Rarotonga's huge new water system, Te Mato Vai; A refuge ...…
 
Pacific people who migrated to New Zealand after the age of 18 are more resilient to mental health issues than other Pasifika, according to government figures.
 
A landowner group at the site of Papua New Guinea's Porgera mine has dismissed claims by the miner that it is not representative.
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Manfred Reiff, who shares the following recording and notes: This second [Radio Afghanistan] recording was made at the end of the 1970s during the soviet occupation of Afghanistan when RA programmes were rebroadcasted via Soviet transmitters. In this case it is the english service beamed to several parts of Asia ...…
 
The Deputy Prime Minister of the Cook Islands, Mark Brown, says he wants local contractors to undertake repairs to Rarotonga's huge new water system, Te Mato Vai; Violent unrest is on the rise in Alotau, the capital of Papua New Guinea's Milne Bay province; Coconut industry needs to diversify, says Pacific Community; Travellers leaving Kiribati ...…
 
The Deputy Prime Minister of the Cook Islands wants local contractors to undertake repairs to Rarotonga's huge new water system, Te Mato Vai.
 
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