• 01:53

    Feeding Spirit with Astrologer Tim McGovern

    in Spirituality

    Tim will be on discussing Astrology, what's going on in the planetary forecast, talking about classes he is offering, and he will even be doing some astrology readings on the air!! 


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    This week we will be extending the Tarot card giveaway in hopes that we can hit $100 toward Nothing But Nets before the month closes.  As of today, I have four decks and four donations.  So the odds are still amazing!  $10 to www.feedingspirit.com by June 5th!  100% of full donation will go directly to NBN. 


     

  • 02:16

    Secular Sunday

    in Culture

     
    Programming where the "divinity of doubt" and the necessary logic of reason is the measure toward finding truth. Designed to escape the bread and circus of spectator sport extravaganzas that dominate American popular media on any typical Sunday. Today's schedule, a rebroadcast from the very popular, 10 March 2013:
    Two selections from the New Book Network that have hundreds of podcasts available free to listeners.
    First, Katherine Stewart's book, "The Good News Club: The Christian Right's Stealth Assault on America's Children" (Public Affairs, 2012) hosted by Anna Sepucaia.
    Second, Adrian Goldsworthy's book, "How Rome Fell: Death of a Superpower" (Yale Univ. Press, 2009) hosted by longtime regular on NBN, Marshall Poe.
    Selected readings by volunteers at Libris Vox will intersperse the two main selections from NBN today.
    Harpsichord music provided by Joyce Har Lindorff.

  • 02:59

    PASTOR KAYITARE JEAN BAPTISTE NIWE UTUBWIRA IJAMBO RY' IMANA

    in Religion

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    TWABATEGURIYE N' INDIRIMBO Z' IMANA ZIRI BUBAFASHE KUGIRA IBIHE BYIZA.
     
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  • 02:17

    Secular Sunday

    in Lifestyle

    Lectures, music and books designed to escape the bread and circus of spectator sport extravaganzas tjhat dominate American popular media.
    A current edition of Point of Inquiry featuring Amanda Marcotte, a regular on RFK's late night "This Way Out Tuesday" with the RH Reality Cast. She will be one of the featured speakers at the upcoming, "Women in Secularism" conference. The March 18th conversation with POI host Chris Mooney is titled, "Skepticism Needs Feminism."
    Then Jay Lockenour will interview Stanley Payne on his book The Spanish Civil War for the New Books Network.
    From the program summary: "Published by Cambridge University Press as part of its Essential Histories series, Payne’s work synthesizes a lifetime of study in Spain, laying out the origins of the civil war in Spain’s deeply fractured political culture, and tracing the international and military developments that led to Francisco Franco’s eventual triumph in 1939. As Payne points out, the Spanish Civil War has been mythologized for political purposes since the day it began, much to the detriment of our understanding of the real story."
    Also from NBN, Heath Brown inteviews Isaac Campos about his book "Homegrown: Marijuana and the Origins of Mexico's War on Drugs" University North Carolina Press.
    Music provided by Joyce Har Lindorff playing the harpsichord.
    Short poetry and essays provided by the volunteer readers at Libris Vox. 
     
     
     

  • 02:14

    Secular Sunday

    in Lifestyle

    Programming where the "divinity of doubt" and the necessary logic of reason is the measure toward finding truth.
    Designed to escape the bread and circus of spectator sport extravaganzas that dominate American popular media on any typical Sunday.
    Today's schedule, 10 March 2013:
    Two selections from the New Book Network that have hundreds of podcasts available free to listeners.
    First, Katherine Stewart's book, "The Good News Club: The Christian Right's Stealth Assault on America's Children" (Public Affairs, 2012) hosted by Anna Sepucaia. Program summary, click here.
    Second, Adrian Goldsworthy's book, "How Rome Fell: Death of a Superpower" (Yale Univ. Press, 2009) hosted by longtime regular on NBN, Marshall Poe. Program summary, click here.
    Selected readings by volunteers at Libris Vox will intersperse the two main selections from NBN today.
    Harpsichord music provided by Joyce Har Lindorff.
     
     

  • 00:47

    Australia - A Lesson in Broadband Success?

    in Internet

    Faced with too many people paying too much for too little broadband, the Australian government decided the infrastructure was too important to the public to be left vulnerable to market forces alone. So they are building a national broadband network (NBN) for which private-sector profit and the public good are equal objectives.  
    Australia's NBN champion and senior cabinet leader Senator Stephen Conroy is our guest, discussing their network's origins, progress to date and lessons learned. There is much to be learned from Senator Conroy. He frequently advocates for an affordable broadband infrastructure consistent with his nation's culture of "The Fair Go."  Everyone deserves an equal opportunity to get ahead and to get on with the business of being a fully productive member of their community.
    Nonprofits, community foundations and public private partnerships are increasingly core tactics for communities determined to get better broadband for local businesses and residents. Senator Conroy offers good insights to making these particular efforts winners while overcoming political opposition.

  • 01:36

    SERIE 2 Y'INDIRIMBO Z"IMANA

    in Religion


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  • 02:00

    MB SHOW

    in Entertainment

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  • 01:00

    Nothin But Newark Episode 2 - Who Forgot About the People?

    in Politics Progressive

    Join the NBN crew for the follow up to last week's explosive conversation. Remember: We want to hear YOU!

  • 02:00

    A night with Do it all

    in Music

    yes I said Do it all from the legendary group Lords of the underground . We sit down to talk music , upcoming projects and what else .. Du!
    A Hip-Hopper who's becoming legendary with every flow. Du Kelly p/k/a Doitall one third of the members of the hiphop trio LORDS OF THE UNDERGROUND shows that he still has the lyrical acrobatics as he once displayed on classics like CHIEF ROCKA, & FUNKY CHILD. With the music industry constantly changing he has maintained by securing independent films & television roles such as 30 Rock (NBC), Law & Order (NBC), Soprano's (HBO), OZ (HBO) & two indie feature films Durdy Game (Roc) & Cash Rules which also stars J.D. Williams (Wire) & Treach of (NBN).


    Doitall has also been busy on the executive side of things. He is currently an Executive with Michael Bivins company called Sporty Rich Enterprises, as well as CEO of a branding & marketing company called LORD GANG WORLDWIDE & LORD GANG DJ'z. Still touring with LOTUG and performing here and abroad. He has continued to stay relevant thru mixtapes & featuring on other artist projects.


    Although achieving worldwide exposure Doitall maintains a core of underground fans. Some might wonder where this Hip-Hopper has been and he answers with his solo debutMr. Do It & The Adventures Of Freddie P (Mr. Do it's alter ego). This album is part of what Doitall calls ADULT CONTEMPORARY HIP-HOP (ACHH). With appearances by Mr. Cheeks (lost Boyz), Treach (NBN), Masta Ace, Craig G, the poet Black Ice, Ed OG, Grand Daddy I.U. Shaheim (WU) and production by Fokus, Ric Notes, Illastrate, Lady Drama, & other up and coming producers. It also features a protege of his, an Alkatraxx recording artist by the name of THE PHENOM CARTEL who is featured on a song entitled WHY WAIT TIL LATER.


    Notable songs are I GET It IN produced by Mason of Future Classics, & Smile f/ Mr. Cheeks produced by Ric Notes. In The Words Of Doitall Du Kelly:


    "THE HUNGER IN MY VOICE MAKES ME SOUND LIKE I'M STARVING"

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