Deprogrammed Radio Weekly Schedule

The Bradcast Show Page

12:00-1:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

1:00-3:00am - Myth

Volsungasaga 1 of 2 - 13th century block buster!

A riddle-telling dragon, a broken sword, a hooded mysterious wanderer - cannibalism, incest, mutilation, and sensitive hearts. This is R-rated Tolkien!

Democracy Now Show Page

3:00-4:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

Science Weekly Show Page

4:00-4:30am - Science

Science Weekly - What does it mean to be alive? Paul Nurse on defining ''life''

Is it possible to define the biological, chemical and physical functions that separate cells, plants and even humans from inanimate objects? In his new book, Paul Nurse, Nobel prize winner and director of the Francis Crick Institute, addresses a question...

Where Did The Road Go Show Page

4:30-6:00am - Mysteries

Where Did The Road Go - Creepy Flies, Women in White. and Strange Entities... Listener Stories - September 5, 2020

Seriah is joined by Chris Ernst and Adam Sayne as they go through some encounters submitted by listeners. Weird flies, Women in White, Kundalini, Strange Entities, Ghosts, Time Slips, and much...

Big Picture Science Show Page

6:00-7:00am - Science

Big Picture Science - Hubble and Beyond

The universe is not just expanding; it’s accelerating. Supermassive black holes are hunkered down at the center of our galaxy and just about every other galaxy, too. We talk about these and other big discoveries of the Hubble Space Telescope, now in...

Living Planet Show Page

7:00-7:30am - Ecology

Living Planet - Back from the brink

Researchers find protecting the panda has come at the expense of helping other species thrive in the same habitat. Meanwhile, a peculiar native marsupial in Australia faces extinction, threatened by a unique type of contagious cancer. And: an ambitious...

Science Magazine Weekly Show Page

7:30-8:00am - Science

Science Magazine Weekly - Performing magic for animals, and why the pandemic is pushing people out of prisons

Staff Writer Kelly Servick joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss how jail and prison populations in the United States have dropped in the face of coronavirus and what kinds of scientific questions about public health and criminal justice are arising as a...

The Bradcast Show Page

8:00-9:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

9:00-10:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

10:00-12:00pm - Myth

Volsungasaga 1 of 2 - 13th century block buster!

A riddle-telling dragon, a broken sword, a hooded mysterious wanderer - cannibalism, incest, mutilation, and sensitive hearts. This is R-rated Tolkien!

Science Weekly Show Page

12:00-12:30pm - Science

Science Weekly - What does it mean to be alive? Paul Nurse on defining ''life''

Is it possible to define the biological, chemical and physical functions that separate cells, plants and even humans from inanimate objects? In his new book, Paul Nurse, Nobel prize winner and director of the Francis Crick Institute, addresses a question...

Where Did The Road Go Show Page

12:30-2:00pm - Mysteries

Where Did The Road Go - Creepy Flies, Women in White. and Strange Entities... Listener Stories - September 5, 2020

Seriah is joined by Chris Ernst and Adam Sayne as they go through some encounters submitted by listeners. Weird flies, Women in White, Kundalini, Strange Entities, Ghosts, Time Slips, and much...

Big Picture Science Show Page

2:00-3:00pm - Science

Big Picture Science - Hubble and Beyond

The universe is not just expanding; it’s accelerating. Supermassive black holes are hunkered down at the center of our galaxy and just about every other galaxy, too. We talk about these and other big discoveries of the Hubble Space Telescope, now in...

Living Planet Show Page

3:00-3:30pm - Ecology

Living Planet - Back from the brink

Researchers find protecting the panda has come at the expense of helping other species thrive in the same habitat. Meanwhile, a peculiar native marsupial in Australia faces extinction, threatened by a unique type of contagious cancer. And: an ambitious...

Science Magazine Weekly Show Page

3:30-4:00pm - Science

Science Magazine Weekly - Performing magic for animals, and why the pandemic is pushing people out of prisons

Staff Writer Kelly Servick joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss how jail and prison populations in the United States have dropped in the face of coronavirus and what kinds of scientific questions about public health and criminal justice are arising as a...

The Bradcast Show Page

4:00-5:00pm - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

5:00-6:00pm - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

6:00-8:00pm - Myth

Volsungasaga 1 of 2 - 13th century block buster!

A riddle-telling dragon, a broken sword, a hooded mysterious wanderer - cannibalism, incest, mutilation, and sensitive hearts. This is R-rated Tolkien!

Science Weekly Show Page

8:00-8:30pm - Science

Science Weekly - What does it mean to be alive? Paul Nurse on defining ''life''

Is it possible to define the biological, chemical and physical functions that separate cells, plants and even humans from inanimate objects? In his new book, Paul Nurse, Nobel prize winner and director of the Francis Crick Institute, addresses a question...

Where Did The Road Go Show Page

8:30-10:00pm - Mysteries

Where Did The Road Go - Creepy Flies, Women in White. and Strange Entities... Listener Stories - September 5, 2020

Seriah is joined by Chris Ernst and Adam Sayne as they go through some encounters submitted by listeners. Weird flies, Women in White, Kundalini, Strange Entities, Ghosts, Time Slips, and much...

Big Picture Science Show Page

10:00-11:00pm - Science

Big Picture Science - Hubble and Beyond

The universe is not just expanding; it’s accelerating. Supermassive black holes are hunkered down at the center of our galaxy and just about every other galaxy, too. We talk about these and other big discoveries of the Hubble Space Telescope, now in...

Living Planet Show Page

11:00-11:30pm - Ecology

Living Planet - Back from the brink

Researchers find protecting the panda has come at the expense of helping other species thrive in the same habitat. Meanwhile, a peculiar native marsupial in Australia faces extinction, threatened by a unique type of contagious cancer. And: an ambitious...

Science Magazine Weekly Show Page

11:30-12:00am - Science

Science Magazine Weekly - Performing magic for animals, and why the pandemic is pushing people out of prisons

Staff Writer Kelly Servick joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss how jail and prison populations in the United States have dropped in the face of coronavirus and what kinds of scientific questions about public health and criminal justice are arising as a...

The Bradcast Show Page

12:00-1:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

1:00-3:00am - Myth

Volsungasaga 2 of 2 Icelandic Blockbuster

A riddle-telling dragon, a broken sword, a hooded mysterious wanderer - cannibalism, incest, mutilation, and sensitive hearts. This is R-rated Tolkien!

Democracy Now Show Page

3:00-4:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

Project Archivist Show Page

4:00-5:00am - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Ep 329 Folk Magick And More With Steph And David Metcalf

This week Stephanie Quick And The Sheriff Of Esoteric Flavor Town Himself, David Metcalf. We Talk Folk Magic, Hoodoo, Magic In Religion, Magic In Different Cultures, Death Customs, Conjure Magic, Love Spells Middle Age Exorcisms, Kung Fu Zombies, And How...

Middle Theory Show Page

5:00-6:00am - Commentary

Middle Theory - 09.21.20. The Critical Hour

Following the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, questions about her successor add a new layer of complexity to the heated 2020 Election. 

Startalk Radio Show Page

6:00-7:00am - Science

Startalk Radio - Cosmic Queries – Life on Venus

Is there life on Venus? Neil deGrasse Tyson, comic co-host Paul Mecurio, and astrobiologist David Grinspoon investigate the recent discovery of phosphine gas in Venus’s atmosphere and answer your Cosmic Queries.  NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or...

Food Sleuth Radio Show Page

7:00-7:30am - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Monica M. White Interview

Did you know that urban agriculture is not new? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Monica M. White, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Environmental Justice at the Gaylord Nelson Institute for...

Mayo Clinic Radio Show Page

7:30-8:00am - Health

Mayo Clinic Radio - ALS / opioid research / new radiotherapy techniques

On the Mayo Clinic Radio program, Dr. Jennifer Martinez-Thompson, a Mayo Clinic neurologist, discusses diagnosis and treatment options for Lou Gehrig's disease, also called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Also on the program, Dr. Molly Jeffery and...

The Bradcast Show Page

8:00-9:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

9:00-10:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

10:00-12:00pm - Myth

Volsungasaga 2 of 2 Icelandic Blockbuster

A riddle-telling dragon, a broken sword, a hooded mysterious wanderer - cannibalism, incest, mutilation, and sensitive hearts. This is R-rated Tolkien!

Project Archivist Show Page

12:00-1:00pm - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Ep 329 Folk Magick And More With Steph And David Metcalf

This week Stephanie Quick And The Sheriff Of Esoteric Flavor Town Himself, David Metcalf. We Talk Folk Magic, Hoodoo, Magic In Religion, Magic In Different Cultures, Death Customs, Conjure Magic, Love Spells Middle Age Exorcisms, Kung Fu Zombies, And How...

Middle Theory Show Page

1:00-2:00pm - Commentary

Middle Theory - 09.21.20. The Critical Hour

Following the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, questions about her successor add a new layer of complexity to the heated 2020 Election. 

Startalk Radio Show Page

2:00-3:00pm - Science

Startalk Radio - Cosmic Queries – Life on Venus

Is there life on Venus? Neil deGrasse Tyson, comic co-host Paul Mecurio, and astrobiologist David Grinspoon investigate the recent discovery of phosphine gas in Venus’s atmosphere and answer your Cosmic Queries.  NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or...

Food Sleuth Radio Show Page

3:00-3:30pm - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Monica M. White Interview

Did you know that urban agriculture is not new? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Monica M. White, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Environmental Justice at the Gaylord Nelson Institute for...

Mayo Clinic Radio Show Page

3:30-4:00pm - Health

Mayo Clinic Radio - ALS / opioid research / new radiotherapy techniques

On the Mayo Clinic Radio program, Dr. Jennifer Martinez-Thompson, a Mayo Clinic neurologist, discusses diagnosis and treatment options for Lou Gehrig's disease, also called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Also on the program, Dr. Molly Jeffery and...

The Bradcast Show Page

4:00-5:00pm - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

5:00-6:00pm - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

6:00-8:00pm - Myth

Volsungasaga 2 of 2 Icelandic Blockbuster

A riddle-telling dragon, a broken sword, a hooded mysterious wanderer - cannibalism, incest, mutilation, and sensitive hearts. This is R-rated Tolkien!

Project Archivist Show Page

8:00-9:00pm - Mysteries

Project Archivist - Ep 329 Folk Magick And More With Steph And David Metcalf

This week Stephanie Quick And The Sheriff Of Esoteric Flavor Town Himself, David Metcalf. We Talk Folk Magic, Hoodoo, Magic In Religion, Magic In Different Cultures, Death Customs, Conjure Magic, Love Spells Middle Age Exorcisms, Kung Fu Zombies, And How...

Middle Theory Show Page

9:00-10:00pm - Commentary

Middle Theory - 09.21.20. The Critical Hour

Following the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, questions about her successor add a new layer of complexity to the heated 2020 Election. 

Startalk Radio Show Page

10:00-11:00pm - Science

Startalk Radio - Cosmic Queries – Life on Venus

Is there life on Venus? Neil deGrasse Tyson, comic co-host Paul Mecurio, and astrobiologist David Grinspoon investigate the recent discovery of phosphine gas in Venus’s atmosphere and answer your Cosmic Queries.  NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or...

Food Sleuth Radio Show Page

11:00-11:30pm - Health

Food Sleuth Radio - Monica M. White Interview

Did you know that urban agriculture is not new? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Monica M. White, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Environmental Justice at the Gaylord Nelson Institute for...

Mayo Clinic Radio Show Page

11:30-12:00am - Health

Mayo Clinic Radio - ALS / opioid research / new radiotherapy techniques

On the Mayo Clinic Radio program, Dr. Jennifer Martinez-Thompson, a Mayo Clinic neurologist, discusses diagnosis and treatment options for Lou Gehrig's disease, also called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Also on the program, Dr. Molly Jeffery and...

The Bradcast Show Page

12:00-1:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

1:00-2:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

Conspirinormal Show Page

2:00-4:00am - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - 332- Strange Realities Preview Part 2

Recorded September 8th, 2020 Please join us for this year's Strange Realities Conference September 25th, 26th, and 27th. https://www.strangerealitiesconference.com/ We continue our interviews with the presenters at the Strange Realities Conference. We...

The Tech Guy Show Page

4:00-6:30am - Technology

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte - 1730

Tik-Tok continues on and online banking security. When the 5G iPhone will be announced, transferring VHS tapes to digital, embedding GPS data into a YouTube video?, audio dropping out when using your phone in your car, smartphones for the elderly, talking...

Between The Lines Show Page

6:30-7:00am - Commentary

Between The Lines - Radio Newsmagazine: Between the Lines for September 16, 2020

Coalition Organizes to Protect Election Results As Trump Says He Won't Accept Defeat; Trump Hypocrisy on Full Display As US Imposes Sanctions on International Criminal Court; Post 9/11 US Wars Have Created at Least 37 Million...

Weird Tales Radio Show Show Page

7:00-8:00am - Mysteries

Weird Tales Radio Show - Episode 131: Fingerprints & Phantoms

In Episode 131 of the Weird Tales Radio Show our main event is an interview with US crime scene investigator Paul Rimmasch discussing true tales of law enforcement encounters with the paranormal and the strange. Links: Weird Tales Radio Show archive...

The Bradcast Show Page

8:00-9:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

9:00-10:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

Conspirinormal Show Page

10:00-12:00pm - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - 332- Strange Realities Preview Part 2

Recorded September 8th, 2020 Please join us for this year's Strange Realities Conference September 25th, 26th, and 27th. https://www.strangerealitiesconference.com/ We continue our interviews with the presenters at the Strange Realities Conference. We...

The Tech Guy Show Page

12:00-2:30pm - Technology

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte - 1730

Tik-Tok continues on and online banking security. When the 5G iPhone will be announced, transferring VHS tapes to digital, embedding GPS data into a YouTube video?, audio dropping out when using your phone in your car, smartphones for the elderly, talking...

Between The Lines Show Page

2:30-3:00pm - Commentary

Between The Lines - Radio Newsmagazine: Between the Lines for September 16, 2020

Coalition Organizes to Protect Election Results As Trump Says He Won't Accept Defeat; Trump Hypocrisy on Full Display As US Imposes Sanctions on International Criminal Court; Post 9/11 US Wars Have Created at Least 37 Million...

Weird Tales Radio Show Show Page

3:00-4:00pm - Mysteries

Weird Tales Radio Show - Episode 131: Fingerprints & Phantoms

In Episode 131 of the Weird Tales Radio Show our main event is an interview with US crime scene investigator Paul Rimmasch discussing true tales of law enforcement encounters with the paranormal and the strange. Links: Weird Tales Radio Show archive...

The Bradcast Show Page

4:00-5:00pm - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

5:00-6:00pm - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

Conspirinormal Show Page

6:00-8:00pm - Mysteries

Conspirinormal - 332- Strange Realities Preview Part 2

Recorded September 8th, 2020 Please join us for this year's Strange Realities Conference September 25th, 26th, and 27th. https://www.strangerealitiesconference.com/ We continue our interviews with the presenters at the Strange Realities Conference. We...

The Tech Guy Show Page

8:00-10:30pm - Technology

The Tech Guy - Leo Laporte - 1730

Tik-Tok continues on and online banking security. When the 5G iPhone will be announced, transferring VHS tapes to digital, embedding GPS data into a YouTube video?, audio dropping out when using your phone in your car, smartphones for the elderly, talking...

Between The Lines Show Page

10:30-11:00pm - Commentary

Between The Lines - Radio Newsmagazine: Between the Lines for September 16, 2020

Coalition Organizes to Protect Election Results As Trump Says He Won't Accept Defeat; Trump Hypocrisy on Full Display As US Imposes Sanctions on International Criminal Court; Post 9/11 US Wars Have Created at Least 37 Million...

Weird Tales Radio Show Show Page

11:00-12:00am - Mysteries

Weird Tales Radio Show - Episode 131: Fingerprints & Phantoms

In Episode 131 of the Weird Tales Radio Show our main event is an interview with US crime scene investigator Paul Rimmasch discussing true tales of law enforcement encounters with the paranormal and the strange. Links: Weird Tales Radio Show archive...

The Bradcast Show Page

12:00-1:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

1:00-3:00am - Myth

Curious Myths of the Middle Ages 11-15

This volume of 12 curiosities was one of Baring-Gould's most successful publications. (Summary by Carolin)

Democracy Now Show Page

3:00-4:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

This Week In Tech Show Page

4:00-6:30am - Technology

This Week In Tech - TWiT 789: TikTok Dough - Trump OKs TikTok, Apple Watch and iPad Air, Oculus Quest 2

Trump OKs TikTok, Apple Watch and iPad Air, Oculus Quest 2 Trump OKs Oracle/Walmart/TikTok deal Apple Watch focuses on fitness and family Apple Fitness+ expands Apple's empire Apple One subscription bundle gets you all the things Where does Apple...

For The Wild Show Page

6:30-7:30am - Ecology

For The Wild - REBECCA BURGESS on Soil to Soil Fiber Systems /200

Up until this year, the global fashion industry was responsible for producing 150 billion items of clothing each year - items composed of carcinogenic and mutagenic dyes, items responsible for 8% of all greenhouse gas emissions, and items that require the...

Radio Curious Show Page

7:30-8:00am - Mysteries

Radio Curious - A World Without Ice Caps Part One

Radio Curious revisits a two part conversation with Professor Peter D. Ward, author of The Flooded Earth: Our Future in a World Without Ice Caps, in which he describes expected conditions in 2050, 2300 and 2500. In this edition of Radio Curious, the first...

The Bradcast Show Page

8:00-9:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

9:00-10:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

10:00-12:00pm - Myth

Curious Myths of the Middle Ages 11-15

This volume of 12 curiosities was one of Baring-Gould's most successful publications. (Summary by Carolin)

This Week In Tech Show Page

12:00-2:30pm - Technology

This Week In Tech - TWiT 789: TikTok Dough - Trump OKs TikTok, Apple Watch and iPad Air, Oculus Quest 2

Trump OKs TikTok, Apple Watch and iPad Air, Oculus Quest 2 Trump OKs Oracle/Walmart/TikTok deal Apple Watch focuses on fitness and family Apple Fitness+ expands Apple's empire Apple One subscription bundle gets you all the things Where does Apple...

For The Wild Show Page

2:30-3:30pm - Ecology

For The Wild - REBECCA BURGESS on Soil to Soil Fiber Systems /200

Up until this year, the global fashion industry was responsible for producing 150 billion items of clothing each year - items composed of carcinogenic and mutagenic dyes, items responsible for 8% of all greenhouse gas emissions, and items that require the...

Radio Curious Show Page

3:30-4:00pm - Mysteries

Radio Curious - A World Without Ice Caps Part One

Radio Curious revisits a two part conversation with Professor Peter D. Ward, author of The Flooded Earth: Our Future in a World Without Ice Caps, in which he describes expected conditions in 2050, 2300 and 2500. In this edition of Radio Curious, the first...

The Bradcast Show Page

4:00-5:00pm - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

5:00-6:00pm - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

6:00-8:00pm - Myth

Curious Myths of the Middle Ages 11-15

This volume of 12 curiosities was one of Baring-Gould's most successful publications. (Summary by Carolin)

This Week In Tech Show Page

8:00-10:30pm - Technology

This Week In Tech - TWiT 789: TikTok Dough - Trump OKs TikTok, Apple Watch and iPad Air, Oculus Quest 2

Trump OKs TikTok, Apple Watch and iPad Air, Oculus Quest 2 Trump OKs Oracle/Walmart/TikTok deal Apple Watch focuses on fitness and family Apple Fitness+ expands Apple's empire Apple One subscription bundle gets you all the things Where does Apple...

For The Wild Show Page

10:30-11:30pm - Ecology

For The Wild - REBECCA BURGESS on Soil to Soil Fiber Systems /200

Up until this year, the global fashion industry was responsible for producing 150 billion items of clothing each year - items composed of carcinogenic and mutagenic dyes, items responsible for 8% of all greenhouse gas emissions, and items that require the...

Radio Curious Show Page

11:30-12:00am - Mysteries

Radio Curious - A World Without Ice Caps Part One

Radio Curious revisits a two part conversation with Professor Peter D. Ward, author of The Flooded Earth: Our Future in a World Without Ice Caps, in which he describes expected conditions in 2050, 2300 and 2500. In this edition of Radio Curious, the first...

The Bradcast Show Page

12:00-1:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

1:00-2:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

The Micah Hanks Show Show Page

2:00-4:00am - Mysteries

The Micah Hanks Show - 09.21.20. Cult of the Saucer: Contactees and Visitors from Venus

This week we look at "contactees" who claim to have met alien visitors, and the bizarre story "Valiant Thor," a purported Venusian visitor who spent several years in the Nation's Capital.

This Week In Science Show Page

4:00-6:00am - Science

This Week In Science - 16 September, 2020 – Episode 791 – How Long Will This Last?

Life Stories, Bacterial Magnetism, Cavefish Brains, Orca-stration, Whale Blubber, COVID Update, Worm Knowledge, Variable Chimps, Venomous Plants, Time Perception, Old Stews, Old Bears, And Much More... The post 16 September, 2020 – Episode 791 – How...

The Opperman Report Show Page

6:00-8:00am - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - WM3 Killer Damien Echools'' Secret Journals and Explicit Photos w/ Rob Horn & William Ramsey

The Opperman Report - WM3 Killer Damien Echools' Secret Journals and Explicit Photos w/ Rob Horn & William Ramsey

The Bradcast Show Page

8:00-9:00am - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

9:00-10:00am - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

The Micah Hanks Show Show Page

10:00-12:00pm - Mysteries

The Micah Hanks Show - 09.21.20. Cult of the Saucer: Contactees and Visitors from Venus

This week we look at "contactees" who claim to have met alien visitors, and the bizarre story "Valiant Thor," a purported Venusian visitor who spent several years in the Nation's Capital.

This Week In Science Show Page

12:00-2:00pm - Science

This Week In Science - 16 September, 2020 – Episode 791 – How Long Will This Last?

Life Stories, Bacterial Magnetism, Cavefish Brains, Orca-stration, Whale Blubber, COVID Update, Worm Knowledge, Variable Chimps, Venomous Plants, Time Perception, Old Stews, Old Bears, And Much More... The post 16 September, 2020 – Episode 791 – How...

The Opperman Report Show Page

2:00-4:00pm - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - WM3 Killer Damien Echools'' Secret Journals and Explicit Photos w/ Rob Horn & William Ramsey

The Opperman Report - WM3 Killer Damien Echools' Secret Journals and Explicit Photos w/ Rob Horn & William Ramsey

The Magical Mystery Tour Show Page

4:00-5:00pm - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - Creativity and The Art of Connection with Michael Gelb

Michael Gelb is seminar leader, prolific speaker and the author of many books on embodied learning, creativity, creative thinking and cultivating creative energy, including How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Creativity on Demand. In this interview from...

Alternative Radio Show Page

5:00-6:00pm - News

Alternative Radio - [Robin DiAngelo] The Fragility of Whiteness

The great African American sociologist W. E. B. Du Bois in his 1903 classic book, The Souls of Black Folk, wrote, “The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line.” Well, here we are in the 21st century and the color line and...

The Micah Hanks Show Show Page

6:00-8:00pm - Mysteries

The Micah Hanks Show - 09.21.20. Cult of the Saucer: Contactees and Visitors from Venus

This week we look at "contactees" who claim to have met alien visitors, and the bizarre story "Valiant Thor," a purported Venusian visitor who spent several years in the Nation's Capital.

This Week In Science Show Page

8:00-10:00pm - Science

This Week In Science - 16 September, 2020 – Episode 791 – How Long Will This Last?

Life Stories, Bacterial Magnetism, Cavefish Brains, Orca-stration, Whale Blubber, COVID Update, Worm Knowledge, Variable Chimps, Venomous Plants, Time Perception, Old Stews, Old Bears, And Much More... The post 16 September, 2020 – Episode 791 – How...

The Opperman Report Show Page

10:00-12:00am - Mysteries

The Opperman Report - WM3 Killer Damien Echools'' Secret Journals and Explicit Photos w/ Rob Horn & William Ramsey

The Opperman Report - WM3 Killer Damien Echools' Secret Journals and Explicit Photos w/ Rob Horn & William Ramsey

Windows On The World Show Page

12:00-1:00am - Commentary

Windows On The World - Protest For Covid Plan

Windows On The World - Protest For Covid Plan

Alternative Radio Show Page

1:00-2:00am - News

Alternative Radio - [Robin DiAngelo] The Fragility of Whiteness

The great African American sociologist W. E. B. Du Bois in his 1903 classic book, The Souls of Black Folk, wrote, “The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line.” Well, here we are in the 21st century and the color line and...

Earth Ancients Show Page

2:00-3:30am - Mysteries

Earth Ancients - John Anthony West: The Sphinx and Advance Pre-Dynastic Science

John Anthony West (July 9, 1932 – February 6, 2018) was an American author, lecturer, guide, and a proponent of the Sphinx water erosion hypothesis. His early career was as a copywriter in Manhattan and as a science fiction writer. He received a Hugo Award Honorable Mention in 1962.

The Corbett Report Show Page

3:30-4:00am - Commentary

The Corbett Report - Interview 1577 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

A World That Just Might Work Show Page

4:00-5:00am - Mysteries

A World That Just Might Work - Rec. JAN 28, 2017-MARK HERTSGAARD, RICHARD ESKOW, DREW DELLINGER-the Week Trump Took Office

It’s now less than 50 days from what we usually call election day. This year we call it the day the polls close. On January 28th 2017 the week Trump took officee I recorded this conversation with Mark Hertsgaard of The Nation, Richard Eskow of The Zero...

5:00-6:00am - Mysteries

Skeptics With A K (uk) - Skeptics with a K: Episode #285

Pregnancy testing, inflatable sex dolls, and electronic waste. Plus Korean Barbecue, Bild Lilli, and Andy Capp. Just one pink line for Skeptics with a K.

For The Wild Show Page

6:00-7:00am - Ecology

For The Wild - REBECCA BURGESS on Soil to Soil Fiber Systems /200

Up until this year, the global fashion industry was responsible for producing 150 billion items of clothing each year - items composed of carcinogenic and mutagenic dyes, items responsible for 8% of all greenhouse gas emissions, and items that require the...

Mad Scientist Podcast Show Page

7:00-8:00am - Science

Windows On The World Show Page

8:00-9:00am - Commentary

Windows On The World - Protest For Covid Plan

Windows On The World - Protest For Covid Plan

Alternative Radio Show Page

9:00-10:00am - News

Alternative Radio - [Robin DiAngelo] The Fragility of Whiteness

The great African American sociologist W. E. B. Du Bois in his 1903 classic book, The Souls of Black Folk, wrote, “The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line.” Well, here we are in the 21st century and the color line and...

Earth Ancients Show Page

10:00-11:30am - Mysteries

Earth Ancients - John Anthony West: The Sphinx and Advance Pre-Dynastic Science

John Anthony West (July 9, 1932 – February 6, 2018) was an American author, lecturer, guide, and a proponent of the Sphinx water erosion hypothesis. His early career was as a copywriter in Manhattan and as a science fiction writer. He received a Hugo Award Honorable Mention in 1962.

The Corbett Report Show Page

11:30-12:00pm - Commentary

The Corbett Report - Interview 1577 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

A World That Just Might Work Show Page

12:00-1:00pm - Mysteries

A World That Just Might Work - Rec. JAN 28, 2017-MARK HERTSGAARD, RICHARD ESKOW, DREW DELLINGER-the Week Trump Took Office

It’s now less than 50 days from what we usually call election day. This year we call it the day the polls close. On January 28th 2017 the week Trump took officee I recorded this conversation with Mark Hertsgaard of The Nation, Richard Eskow of The Zero...

1:00-2:00pm - Mysteries

Skeptics With A K (uk) - Skeptics with a K: Episode #285

Pregnancy testing, inflatable sex dolls, and electronic waste. Plus Korean Barbecue, Bild Lilli, and Andy Capp. Just one pink line for Skeptics with a K.

For The Wild Show Page

2:00-3:00pm - Ecology

For The Wild - REBECCA BURGESS on Soil to Soil Fiber Systems /200

Up until this year, the global fashion industry was responsible for producing 150 billion items of clothing each year - items composed of carcinogenic and mutagenic dyes, items responsible for 8% of all greenhouse gas emissions, and items that require the...

Mad Scientist Podcast Show Page

3:00-4:00pm - Science

Windows On The World Show Page

4:00-5:00pm - Commentary

Windows On The World - Protest For Covid Plan

Windows On The World - Protest For Covid Plan

Cultural Baggage Show Page

5:00-5:30pm - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Neil Woods a long time undercover policeman in the UK

Neil Woods a long time undercover policeman in the UK is now the Exec Dir of Law Enforcement Action Partnership for all of Europe

Century Of Lies Show Page

5:30-6:00pm - Commentary

Century Of Lies - Century of Lies: A World With Drugs: Legal Regulation Through A Development Lens

This week on Century of Lies: Drug Regulation and Development. The nonprofit Health Poverty Action recently began a webinar series entitled A World With Drugs: Legal Regulation Through A Development Lens. They held the first webinar in this series...

Earth Ancients Show Page

6:00-7:30pm - Mysteries

Earth Ancients - John Anthony West: The Sphinx and Advance Pre-Dynastic Science

John Anthony West (July 9, 1932 – February 6, 2018) was an American author, lecturer, guide, and a proponent of the Sphinx water erosion hypothesis. His early career was as a copywriter in Manhattan and as a science fiction writer. He received a Hugo Award Honorable Mention in 1962.

The Corbett Report Show Page

7:30-8:00pm - Commentary

The Corbett Report - Interview 1577 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

A World That Just Might Work Show Page

8:00-9:00pm - Mysteries

A World That Just Might Work - Rec. JAN 28, 2017-MARK HERTSGAARD, RICHARD ESKOW, DREW DELLINGER-the Week Trump Took Office

It’s now less than 50 days from what we usually call election day. This year we call it the day the polls close. On January 28th 2017 the week Trump took officee I recorded this conversation with Mark Hertsgaard of The Nation, Richard Eskow of The Zero...

9:00-10:00pm - Mysteries

Skeptics With A K (uk) - Skeptics with a K: Episode #285

Pregnancy testing, inflatable sex dolls, and electronic waste. Plus Korean Barbecue, Bild Lilli, and Andy Capp. Just one pink line for Skeptics with a K.

For The Wild Show Page

10:00-11:00pm - Ecology

For The Wild - REBECCA BURGESS on Soil to Soil Fiber Systems /200

Up until this year, the global fashion industry was responsible for producing 150 billion items of clothing each year - items composed of carcinogenic and mutagenic dyes, items responsible for 8% of all greenhouse gas emissions, and items that require the...

Mad Scientist Podcast Show Page

11:00-12:00am - Science

The Magical Mystery Tour Show Page

12:00-1:00am - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - Creativity and The Art of Connection with Michael Gelb

Michael Gelb is seminar leader, prolific speaker and the author of many books on embodied learning, creativity, creative thinking and cultivating creative energy, including How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Creativity on Demand. In this interview from...

Cultural Baggage Show Page

1:00-1:30am - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Neil Woods a long time undercover policeman in the UK

Neil Woods a long time undercover policeman in the UK is now the Exec Dir of Law Enforcement Action Partnership for all of Europe

Century Of Lies Show Page

1:30-2:00am - Commentary

Century Of Lies - Century of Lies: A World With Drugs: Legal Regulation Through A Development Lens

This week on Century of Lies: Drug Regulation and Development. The nonprofit Health Poverty Action recently began a webinar series entitled A World With Drugs: Legal Regulation Through A Development Lens. They held the first webinar in this series...

End Of Days Show Page

2:00-4:00am - Mysteries

End Of Days - James Fetzer - Sunday Funday Edition - A look inside

Episode 280: Sunday Funday Edition  James Henry Fetzer is a former professor of the philosophy of science at the University of Minnesota Duluth and a conspiracy theorist. In the late 1970s, Fetzer worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and...

Security Now Show Page

4:00-6:00am - Technology

Security Now - SN 784: BlindSide & BLURtooth - Chrome vs Abusive Ads, Patch Tuesday Palooza

Chrome vs abusive ads, patch Tuesday palooza. BlindSide and BLURtooth Chrome gets tough on abusive ads The last hurrah for IE and Flash exploits Chromium Edge on Win10: Forcing the issue Edge enables "Ask me..." for each download Patch Tuesday...

Exploration Show Page

6:00-7:00am - Science

Exploration - Sept. 21, 2020

Is global warming to blame for massive forest fires and hurricanes? Life on Venus? Guest: Dr. Seth Shostak, SETI project

Radio Ecoshock Show Page

7:00-8:00am - Ecology

Radio Ecoshock - Burning of the West

Up to a million evacuate as the Western States burn with unbearable heat and fire. David Wallace-Wells, journalist and author of “The Uninhabitable Earth” is hot on the fires in California and Oregon. From San Francisco climate scientist Zeke...

The Magical Mystery Tour Show Page

8:00-9:00am - Activism

The Magical Mystery Tour - Creativity and The Art of Connection with Michael Gelb

Michael Gelb is seminar leader, prolific speaker and the author of many books on embodied learning, creativity, creative thinking and cultivating creative energy, including How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Creativity on Demand. In this interview from...

Cultural Baggage Show Page

9:00-9:30am - Commentary

Cultural Baggage - Neil Woods a long time undercover policeman in the UK

Neil Woods a long time undercover policeman in the UK is now the Exec Dir of Law Enforcement Action Partnership for all of Europe

Century Of Lies Show Page

9:30-10:00am - Commentary

Century Of Lies - Century of Lies: A World With Drugs: Legal Regulation Through A Development Lens

This week on Century of Lies: Drug Regulation and Development. The nonprofit Health Poverty Action recently began a webinar series entitled A World With Drugs: Legal Regulation Through A Development Lens. They held the first webinar in this series...

End Of Days Show Page

10:00-12:00pm - Mysteries

End Of Days - James Fetzer - Sunday Funday Edition - A look inside

Episode 280: Sunday Funday Edition  James Henry Fetzer is a former professor of the philosophy of science at the University of Minnesota Duluth and a conspiracy theorist. In the late 1970s, Fetzer worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and...

Security Now Show Page

12:00-2:00pm - Technology

Security Now - SN 784: BlindSide & BLURtooth - Chrome vs Abusive Ads, Patch Tuesday Palooza

Chrome vs abusive ads, patch Tuesday palooza. BlindSide and BLURtooth Chrome gets tough on abusive ads The last hurrah for IE and Flash exploits Chromium Edge on Win10: Forcing the issue Edge enables "Ask me..." for each download Patch Tuesday...

Exploration Show Page

2:00-3:00pm - Science

Exploration - Sept. 21, 2020

Is global warming to blame for massive forest fires and hurricanes? Life on Venus? Guest: Dr. Seth Shostak, SETI project

Radio Ecoshock Show Page

3:00-4:00pm - Ecology

Radio Ecoshock - Burning of the West

Up to a million evacuate as the Western States burn with unbearable heat and fire. David Wallace-Wells, journalist and author of “The Uninhabitable Earth” is hot on the fires in California and Oregon. From San Francisco climate scientist Zeke...

The Bradcast Show Page

4:00-5:00pm - Commentary

The Bradcast - The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman: ''BradCast'' 9/21/2020

Sorry, no detailed show description was available when we scheduled this.

Democracy Now Show Page

5:00-6:00pm - News

Democracy Now - 2020-09-22 Tuesday

As COVID spreads in ICE jails, we speak to nurse whistleblower Dawn Wooten, who alleges ICE ignored pandemic safety rules and forced hysterectomies on jailed immigrants; A new film looks at California's history of forced sterilizations of women...

End Of Days Show Page

6:00-8:00pm - Mysteries

End Of Days - James Fetzer - Sunday Funday Edition - A look inside

Episode 280: Sunday Funday Edition  James Henry Fetzer is a former professor of the philosophy of science at the University of Minnesota Duluth and a conspiracy theorist. In the late 1970s, Fetzer worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and...

Security Now Show Page

8:00-10:00pm - Technology

Security Now - SN 784: BlindSide & BLURtooth - Chrome vs Abusive Ads, Patch Tuesday Palooza

Chrome vs abusive ads, patch Tuesday palooza. BlindSide and BLURtooth Chrome gets tough on abusive ads The last hurrah for IE and Flash exploits Chromium Edge on Win10: Forcing the issue Edge enables "Ask me..." for each download Patch Tuesday...

Exploration Show Page

10:00-11:00pm - Science

Exploration - Sept. 21, 2020

Is global warming to blame for massive forest fires and hurricanes? Life on Venus? Guest: Dr. Seth Shostak, SETI project

Radio Ecoshock Show Page

11:00-12:00am - Ecology

Radio Ecoshock - Burning of the West

Up to a million evacuate as the Western States burn with unbearable heat and fire. David Wallace-Wells, journalist and author of “The Uninhabitable Earth” is hot on the fires in California and Oregon. From San Francisco climate scientist Zeke...