AW@L Radio – 2011-11-25 – (de)Occupy the G20 + Anonymous Action!

Friday November 25th 2011 – We give a run down on the #occupy movements resistance to the police crackdown and then highlight the plea deal which will end the #G20 main conspiracy group prosecutions and see 3 AW@L members and 3 others abducted to jail, while 11 other amazing organisers have their charges entirely dropped. The police operation adn the spy operation around the G20 convergence was the largest in Canadian history.

We also look at the actions of anonymous, point out shitty police behaviour, and bring up some european struggles against austerity including a mortgage strike!

see http://conspiretoresist.wordpress.com for statements from targets of the #g20toronto police state.


AW@L Radio – 2011-11-18 – Police Violence and the Occupy Protests – against austerity, against repression.

Friday November 18th 2011 – Its not a few bad apples but a rotten orchard, today we look at police violence and actions that such behaviour creates, and we discuss the #occupy movement. We give an update on the situation in KI and note the failure of canadian legislation in protecting the environment, talk quickly about #Mumia and give a #g20 update as well as a round up of anti-austerity actions in europe.

Reclaim Your Radio! from our friends at the NCRA

For Immediate Release

The airwaves are public, help keep them that way.

On Monday, November 14, 2011, campus and community radio stations across Canada will participate in a day-long broadcast celebrating the 25th anniversary of the National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA), the launch of an NCRA-led campaign to reserve frequencies for campus and community radio stations, and the 11th annual Media Democracy Day.

The broadcast will air live between 12-8pm ET from 8 host stations and be re-broadcast by more than two dozen other stations across the country. It will also be streamed live on the Web.

2011 marks the 25th anniversary of the NCRA, an organization committed to volunteer-driven, non-profit, community-oriented radio across Canada. Incorporated on July 14, 1986 it currently represents more than 80 members.

Over the coming year, NCRA members and supporters will be asking MPs and the Canadian government to reserve at least one frequency in every community for campus and community radio stations, to ensure that all Canadians have access to locally-produced, non-profit, community-access radio.

This year also marks the 11th annual Media Democracy Day, a global movement celebrating action and education about corporate media consolidation. Media Democracy Days in Vancouver take place from November 11-13.

“Reclaim Your Radio” kicks off at noon ET live from Parliament Hill hosted by CHUO 89.1 FM in Ottawa. Other stations include: CKDU 88.1 FM in Halifax, CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, CHRW 94.9 FM in London, CJLY 93.5 FM in Nelson, CJSF 90.1 FM and CITR 101.9 FM in Vancouver and CHLY 101.7 FM in Nanaimo.

For more information, visit www.ncra.ca/reclaim.

#reclaimradio

Media Contact: Shelley Robinson, NCRA Executive Director
Phone: (613) 321-1440
Toll Free: (866) 859-8086
Email: shelley@ncra.ca

REBEL TIME RADIO [EPISODE DATE: Nov/02/2011] Pt. 1.

Featuring a revolutionary themed playlist with music from Germany, Ireland, U.K., Italy, Spain, Catalunya, Basque, Russia, & North America. We also play both songs from the new Rebel Time release “Treason 45” by The Class Assassins and chat about Occupy Movement, the Oakland General Strike and finish off with an interesting mix of tunes going from hip-hop, to dub then to some grind/crust!

For full details and playlist, click the title above.

DOWNLOAD: PART ONE (1:04:04) : PART TWO (1:06:25)

http://soundfm.ca/audio/download/242/RTRadioNov022011pt1.mp3

http://soundfm.ca/audio/download/241/RTRadioNov022011pt2.mp3

For a complete playlist along with full details/images from the show, visit: http://www.rebeltimerecords.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=119:rtradionov022011&catid=42:podcasts&Itemid=65


REBEL TIME RADIO [EPISODE DATE: Nov/02/2011] Pt. 2.

Featuring a revolutionary themed playlist with music from Germany, Ireland, U.K., Italy, Spain, Catalunya, Basque, Russia, & North America. We also play both songs from the new Rebel Time release “Treason 45” by The Class Assassins and chat about Occupy Movement, the Oakland General Strike and finish off with an interesting mix of tunes going from hip-hop, to dub then to some grind/crust!

For full details and playlist, click the title above.

DOWNLOAD: PART ONE (1:04:04) : PART TWO (1:06:25)

http://soundfm.ca/audio/download/242/RTRadioNov022011pt1.mp3

http://soundfm.ca/audio/download/241/RTRadioNov022011pt2.mp3

For a complete playlist along with full details/images from the show, visit: http://www.rebeltimerecords.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=119:rtradionov022011&catid=42:podcasts&Itemid=65


Bald Boy set list, Nov. 2, 2011

Back in the Saddle show (but I didn’t play Back in the Saddle by Aerosmith; that’s just what you’d be expecting . . .

… But we’re still alive and well at 100.3 Sound FM and so glad to be back!

Here’s what I played in the grand return, Nov. 2, 2011. Thanks to all the dedicated volunteers who helped make this happen. That would be you, Coral, Nat, Dan, the guy in the studio tonight whose name I can never seem to remember . . . 🙂

All set lists on my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bald-Boy/110893062262233

1. Still Alive and Well, Johnny Winter

2. All Down the Line, The Rolling Stones

3. Xanadu, Rush

4. Handbags and Glad Rags, Rod Stewart

5. Just Another Night, Ian Hunter

6. Those Shoes, Eagles

7. Spiral (live), Jethro Tull

8. Hymn 43, Jethro Tull

9. Shangri-La, The Kinks

10. I Want You (She’s So Heavy), The Beatles

11. So Hard Done By, The Tragically Hip

12. Over the Hills and Far Away, Led Zeppelin

13. Machine Gun, Jimi Hendrix

14. Supernaut, Black Sabbath

15. Then Came the Last Days of May, Blue Oyster Cult

16. Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming, Deep Purple

17. Pictures of Home, Deep Purple

18. First I Look at the Purse (live), J. Geils Band

19. Echoes, Pink Floyd

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