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Between The LinesBetween The Lines Newsmagazine. In-Depth, Timely Progressive Analysis on the importance of independent, non-commercial media to strengthen democracy, American foreign policy, wealth and inequality, the need for universal health care, and the urgency of repairing the broken political and economic system.

Since 1991, Between The Lines, produced by an all-volunteer staff, has been made available for broadcast to non-commercial radio stations at no cost, and distributed as a free podcast on iTunes since 2006.

Each week, more than 50 non-commercial radio stations broadcast Between The Lines.

Their hompage is here:

http://www.btlonline.org/


Between The Lines Show Archive:

Between The Lines - 12/12/18

Wednesday 12th December 2018

Center for International Policy's Laura Carlsen: Mexicans Have High Hopes for Newly-Elected Progressive President Lopez Obrador;End the Deadly Campaign's Rachel Weber: Campaign Aims to End Joint U.S.- Israeli Police Counter-Terrorism Training;Investigative journalist Arun Gupta: Corporate Media Sanitizes Legacy of George H. W. Bush Presidency. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 12/5/18

Wednesday 5th December 2018

Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy's John Burroughs: Trump’s Withdrawal from U.S.-Russia INF Treaty Could Ignite New Nuclear Arms Race;Award-winning independent journalist Dave Lindorff: New Investigation Details Pentagon Waste Fraud and Abuse;Connecticut resident sheltering immigrant families, Laurie Sweet: Connecticut Mother Visits Texas Desert Tent City for Migrant Children in Detention. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 11/28/18

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Pitzer College's Suyapa Portillo: U.S. Border Agents Teargas Women, Children Seeking Asylum; Economist Richard D. Wolff: General Motors’ Layoff Announcement Could be Leading Edge of U.S. Auto Industry Retreat; New Jersey climate activists Matt Smith and Chief Dwaine Perry: New Jersey Climate Activists End Two-Week Fast Demanding End to Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Projects. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 11/21/18

Wednesday 21st November 2018

Just Foreign Policy's Robert Naiman: GOP Blocks House Resolution to End U.S. Complicity in Yemen; Stanford University's Mark Jacobson: A Roadmap for Moving from Fossil Fuels to 100 Percent Renewable Energy; Sunrise Movement's Jeremy Ornstein: Youth Activists Demand Pelosi and Democrats Take Action on Climate Change. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 11/14/18

Wednesday 14th November 2018

Public Citizen's Lisa Gilbert: Nationwide Protect Mueller Protests Erupt After Trump Fires Attorney General Jeff Sessions; Roots Action's Norman Solomon: The Incoming Democratic Party Majority in the House Should Govern as Progressives; Center for Biological Diversity's Jared Margolis: Federal Judge Blocks Keystone XL Pipeline, Orders New Environmental Impact Statement. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 11/7/18

Wednesday 7th November 2018

Wisconsin Democracy Campaign's Matt Rothschild: Progressive Movements Drive Prospects for Democratic Election Victory in HouseNew American Leaders' Sayu Bhojwani: U.S. Political Landscape Changing as Increasing Number of Immigrants Run for Public OfficeImmigrant rights supporter Al Dornan and undocumented Mexican immigrant Jose Diaz: Local Activists Mobilize to Protect Immigrant Rights, Countering Trump’s Message of Hate and Fear. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 10/31/18

Wednesday 31st October 2018

Author, racism and intolerance researcher Chip Berlet: Spreading Hate and Fear, Trump Incites Extreme Right Terrorism; Center for Economic Policy and Research's Alexander Main: Brazil Elects Extreme Right Candidate Jair Bolsonaro President; Yale Law School student Paul Rink: In Children’s Climate Change Lawsuit, Judge Affirms State’s Obligation to Protect Future Generations. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 10/24/18

Wednesday 24th October 2018

Social Security Works' Nancy Altman: Republicans Vow to Make Deep Cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid if GOP Retains Control of Congress; Independent journalist Robert Lowes: GOP Voter Suppression in Overdrive in Advance of Midterm 2018 Election; ACLU Smart Justice Campaign's Anderson Curtis: ACLU Campaign Aims to Reduce U.S. Prison Population and Combat Racial Disparities in Criminal Justice System. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 10/17/18

Wednesday 17th October 2018

Code Pink for Women's Medea Benjamin: U.S. Relationship with Saudi Arabia Enables Kingdom to Murder with Impunity;Friends of the Earth's Michelle Chan: New UN Report on Climate Change Issues Dire Warning, Calls for Urgent Action;Yes on 1361 Campaign's Nick Abraham: Washington Carbon Tax Referendum Would Impose Carbon Emissions Fee on State’s Largest Polluters. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews. Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews.


Between The Lines - 10/10/18

Wednesday 10th October 2018

NOW's Toni Van Pelt: Despite Being Installed on the U.S. Supreme Court, the Kavanaugh Fight is Far From Over;Kids in Need of Defense's Jennifer Podkul: Immigrant Children Facing US Deportation Proceedings Get Help from Pro-Bono Lawyers;National Employment Law Project's Laura Huizar: Fight For 15 Organizes Strikes, Protest Actions in Seven States Advocating Unionization and a Living Wage.Visit BTLonline.org for more information or for our archive, updated Wednesdays after 1 p.m. ET; Facebook.com/BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine, Twitter @BTLRadioNews