STEAL THIS RADIO: new show Thursday, 11 a.m. -- listen from anywhere
Mitchel Cohen hosts this new weekly internet radio hour.
Tune in to TribecaRadio.net
on Thursday, April 19, at 11 a.m. (repeats the following Tuesday at 6 pm)
and podcast after that 24/7 (that means the show is archived and you
can listen whenever you like)
This week's guest: Jennifer Jager, of the No Spray Coalition
Jennifer talks about spraying and "development" in Suffolk County, NY
Listen from ANYWHERE! Just go to TribecaRadio.net and click on "Listen Live".
Opening theme: Mario Savio, speaking in Berkeley, 1964
Theme Song: Dave Rovics, "Jenin"
Lena Horne, "Stormy Weather"
Ralph Litwin & Al Podber -- "Blues in the Bottle"
Jolie Rickman: "Beholden (Peace Loving Nation)" (from "Hail to the
Thieves, Vol. III")
You still can listen to LAST WEEK'S and ALL SHOWS archived at
or http://www.tribecaradio.net/blog/04.04.07.STR.1.mp3 click on the
speaker symbol on the upper right
In the 4/12 edition, we talk about BioFuels and critique this attempt
by the U.S. to get around genetically engineered corn prohibitions in
many countries and control the world's ethanol supply. In-Studio
guest: Paul Gilman of the NY Greens/Green Party.
In the 4/05 edition of STEAL THIS RADIO, we discuss the forthcoming
bombardment of Iran and the lies in 1990 behind the Gulf War. Also,
an interview concerning New York City's garbage with Cathryn Swan,
organizer with "Recycle This!" and "Freecycle" in New York City.
Feel free to send verbal or written commentaries, music (on cd,
please, or email via MP3), sound from protests and interesting talks,
and ideas for future shows, to [log in to unmask] We'll
soon begin doing phone interviews on the air, from all over the
world. Let's help make this show a contact point for our
environmental and social justice movements.
All Power to the Imagination!
Mitchel Cohen was a member of the Students for a Democratic Society
and co-founded the Red Balloon Collective at SUNY Stony Brook in
1969, under whose imprint he continues to publish a variety of
political pamphlets and poetry books. He is a member of the Brooklyn
Greens / Green Party.