Programming designed to break away from the talking heads, the bread and circus of sports.
Intelligent lectures and news with the divinity of doubt in mind.
Kenneth Dowst's New World Notes #243 "The Surprising Power of the People" from "WWUH-FM, a community service of that beacon of light in darkest Connecticut, the University of Hartford."
From the program summary: "Feeling powerless to change The System? Hear three eyewitneses discuss several examples of how large-scale nonviolent popular resistance surprisingly appeared and forced major changes in--or overthrew--bad systems. Is "Occupy" the beginning of something big?"
Point of Inquiry - delivered July 20, 2012. Christopher diCarlo - "How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass"
From the program summary: Dr. diCarlo "is a Philosopher of Science and Ethics whose interests in cognitive evolution have taken him into the natural and social sciences. He is interested in how and why the human brain has evolved to its current state and what cross-cultural and cross-species behavior can provide insight into universally common modes of reasoning. "
We will continue with the Libris Vox reading of Chapter 5 of Winston Churchill's "The River War" and other volunteer readings will play between today's segments.
Harpsichord music provided by Joyce Lindorff, performing A. P. Rossignolo's "Pigoletti" available on CD - click here.
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