Rank #1: Old Time Radio - Martin and Lewis - 1-11-2012
I hope you enjoy the shows like I did. Let your mind free to see what is on the show. You can see more with your mind than with your eyes.
4/3/1949 Lucille Ball
4/10/1949 William Bendix
5/1/1949 Madeleine Carroll
5/8/1949 Peter Lorrie
Jan 12 2012
Rank #2: Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Professor of International Law Philippe Sands tells the story of a memo. Sent in December 2002 to US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, it requested the approval of a number of coercive techniques of interrogation. As Sands tells Anna Funder, with his acceding signature, Rumsfeld pushed the United States beyond the pale of international law and directly towards the abuses of Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay - Melbourne Writers Festival
Mahvish Khan - My Guantanamo Diary
Spurred by the detainment of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, American lawyer Khan decided to offer help to the detainees.
Also See Video Genocide to Abu Ghraib: How Good People Turn Evil
Jan 11 2012
A-Train Old Time Radio Shows
SCARE FM - "OLD TIME RADIO"
Just Old Time Radio
BMA: Black Media Archive
ComicWeb Old Time Radio Programs
podcast – Chomsky Audio Library
Light On Conspiracies
The Old Time Radio Show
The Real News Podcast
Big Ideas (Audio)
The Richie Allen Show
Black Agenda Radio
Rank #3: Marable's Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention
Join Cornel West, Leith Mullings, Stanley Aronowitz, and Gary Younge as they discuss Manning Marable's new biography, Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention, and the many questions about Malcolm X's life and assassination that it raises. Manning Marable, who died days before his book was released, was professor of public affairs, political science, history and African-American studies and the founding director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies and the Center for the Study of Contemporary Black History at Columbia University. He is recognized as one of the most forceful and outspoken scholars of African-American history and race relations in the United States.
Stanley Aronowitz, Leith Mullings, Cornel West, Gary Younge
Jan 08 2012
Rank #4: Black Media and Black Stereotypes
Black Media and Black Stereotypes moderated by Cathy Hughes and featuring Al Sharpton, Juan Williams, Dick Gregory, Roland S. Martin, and William Rhoden.
Join Book TV for live coverage of the 8th annual Harlem Book Fair in New York City. From the New York Public Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, Book TV covers panels on Black media, fair elections, literacy, and memoir. Featured authors include Rev. Al Sharpton, Dick Gregory, John McWhorter, Paul Robeson, Jr., Juan Williams, Greg Palast, Jill Nelson, Thulani Davis, and Salome Thomas-El,.
Dick Gregory, Catherine L. Hughes, Roland S. Martin, William C. Rhoden, Reverend Al Sharpton, Juan Williams
Jan 07 2012
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Rank #5: More from Christopher Hitchens 1-5-2012
Acclaimed writer and political scholar Christopher Hitchens may just be the only writer to have recently visited Iran, Iraq and North Korea. Hitchens - known for his keen wit, sharp political insight and often controversial opinions - examines the differences between the countries once linked as the "axis of evil," while revealing intriguing connections between the nations.
Christopher Hitchens at Politics and Prose
Politics and Prose
Christopher Hitchens speaks about his new book God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.
Hitchens, an always colorful and sometimes outrageous commentator, now takes aim at God. Sam Harris and Richard Dawkins have tried, but that hard-to-hit Fellow keeps popping back up. Worse still are the violent ways of his flock: waging religious warfare, keeping women enslaved, fomenting universal hatreds. Hitchens makes a powerful case for atheism- Politics and Prose
Jan 06 2012