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Liberadio(!) with Mary Mancini & Freddie O'Connell


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Liberate your radio from the Right with two experienced talk show hosts from Tennessee - and their guests - sitting around talking about 3 P's and a C - politics, policy, participatory democracy, and current events.

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Steve lives and works in Roane County TN. He calls himself a recovering engineer and is best known as the prolific canoe and kayak designer for Dagger Canoe Company, which he helped found and grow into worldwide prominence.... more

It's been too long since the demise of Teddy Bart's Round Table. We welcome Teddy to the show to discuss his latest book, A Particle of God, as well as Beyond Reason, his talk show with on-air partner Karlen Evins. We also will get... more

Awakening The South's Democratic Majority - Part II: This time it's personal! Yesterday we spoke with Bob Moser, the author of Blue Dixie: Awakening the South's Democratic Majority. This morning, we speak with two Tennessee... more

Bob Moser, author of Blue Dixie: Awakening The South's Democratic Majority, will join us to make the case that Tennessee is not a deep shade of red but rather a pretty aubergine and give us clues on how we can awaken the state's inner... more

Betsy Phillips, author of the blog Tiny Cat Pants, contributor to the Nashville Scene's blog, Pith in the Wind, and upcoming guest blogger at Feministe, and Councillady Emily Evans, will join us to discuss the detials about the... more

P.J. Tobia is a freelance journalist living in Kabul, Afghanistan. Before moving to Afghanistan, P.J. was an investigative reporter for Village Voice Media, working at their weekly papers in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and Nashville, TN. His most recent... more

Election integrity activist, Bernie Ellis, joins us to discuss what's next for paper ballots in the state of Tennessee, his "terrorist threats" against the Secretary of State's office, and what's it like there in ol' Maury County.
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