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Ben Reel
8/24/2019
Ireland's Darkness & Light

Though he's of & lives in South Armagh, Ireland, the music of Ben Reel is variously described as Rock/Americana, Roots Rock, Alternative Folk, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock and even Jazz Pop. Thing is, he's great. Though Irish through-and-through, he's influenced by musicians all over, like Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Neil Young, Rob Orbison, U2, & many more. Having grown up in the middle of "the troubles" in Ireland, Ben is deeply committed to a better country & a better world.


8/24/2019
Social Permaculture -The Big Picture

Permaculture is much more than organic gardening because it uses whole systems thinking. It is explained eloquently by Carol Barta of the Kansas Permaculture Institute, one of the places where Carol teaches folks to see the world differently by focusing on the Big Picture, supported by the 3 core tenets and 12 design principles of permaculture.

George Lakey
8/17/2019
Nonviolence Inspirations

George Lakey passes on the inspirations that led him to a life of activism & social change, among them Bayard Rustin & Lucrecia Mott.


8/10/2019
Climate Advocates in Sports, Circus, and in Mermaid Drag

There are climate advocates everywhere including in sports, the circus, and in mermaid drag. Peterson Toscano of Citizens Climate Radio talks with Lew Blaustein of Green Sports Blog, Brewers pitcher Brent Sutter of Strike Out Waste, Eliana Dunlap of the Circus Ac

Ruth Pelham
8/9/2019
Music Mobile

Ruth Pelham has decades of experience with People's Music Network and in helping found Children's Music Network, and has 4 decades of using music to connect the people of Albany, NY, and the world, with her non-profit, MusicMobile.org.


8/3/2019
QVS - Spirituality, Activism, Community

Exploration of how spiritually-root service can transform the paths of young volunteers. There's riches in the experience with the Peace Corps, Americorps & VISTA, Teach for America, & many more, but today we visit with several folks with QVS (Quaker Voluntary Service).


8/3/2019
Being Transgender, Being Human —Joy Ladin andThe Book of Jonah

Special guest, Joy Ladin, joins Liam Hooper and Peterson Toscano for a moving and insightful exploration of the Book of Jonah. Joy Ladin holds the Gottesman Chair in English at Yeshiva University, and, in 2007, became the first (and still only) openly transgender employee of an Orthodox Jewish institution. 

Joe Iadanza
8/3/2019
Long Island's Exceptional Common Man

Joe Iadanza is an exceptional Common Man from Long Island, who, in addition to his music tinged with Harry Chapin and Bruce Springsteen flavors, has a serious spirituality and healing avocation, which you can access through his LivingRoomStudio.org site, for his meditation, yoga, podcast, & spiritual direction gifts.

Pamela Boyce Simms
7/27/2019
African Diaspora Plant Medicine Project

Pamela Boyce-Simms does so much & is active at so many different levels that there is just too much to talk about.

Kori Riesenweber
7/27/2019
Rooted in Starlight & Rain

Kori Riesenweber has an angelic voice & a love for harmonies that has been lived out in many ways: in the bluegrass band of her extended families, in the intricate arrangements of her time as part of Beacon James (on Facebook and on Bandcamp), and currently with Girl Ban

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