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Friday, 9/21/2018

​6:30 am Global Connections Television: Dr. Chantal Line Carpentier, Episode 38
Least Developed Countries, Commodities and Development, and Digitization, Trade,
and Development. February 23, 2018
7:00 am PEGASYS Presents: Cherry Arts, Episode 105
Artistic director Sam Buggeln discusses the upcoming season at the Cherry Arts
Theatre.
7:30 am Walk in the Park: Stewardship, Episode 204
8:00 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 338
9:00 am Homemade Jams: Spacetrain, Episode 602
9:31 am Homemade Jams: Thunder Body, Episode 609
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1075
12:00 pm Profile Magazine: The Murder of William Lyman, Episode 303
12:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 34
1:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1272
2:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Clare Grady, Episode 105
Clare Grady is one of seven Catholic plowshares activists who entered Kings Bay
Naval Submarine Base on 4/4/18.
3:00 pm Walk in the Park: Barberry Pirates and Other Invaders, Episode 205
3:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents: Red Vienna, Episode 750
4:00 pm The Human Rights and Social Justice Program w/ Ute & Chantal, Episode 98
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1075
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 190
6:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cherry Arts, Episode 105
Artistic director Sam Buggeln discusses the upcoming season at the Cherry Arts
Theatre.
7:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 103
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 295
8:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cherry Arts, Episode 105
Artistic director Sam Buggeln discusses the upcoming season at the Cherry Arts
Theatre.
8:30 pm Walk in the Park: Stewardship, Episode 204
9:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 34
10:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 252
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1075

​Saturday, 9/22/2018

​6:00 am Profile Magazine: The Murder of William Lyman, Episode 303
6:30 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 34
7:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1272
8:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: Clare Grady, Episode 105
Clare Grady is one of seven Catholic plowshares activists who entered Kings Bay
Naval Submarine Base on 4/4/18.
9:00 am Walk in the Park: Barberry Pirates and Other Invaders, Episode 205
9:30 am Ithaca DSA Presents: Red Vienna, Episode 750
10:00 am Ithaca Festival Highlights 2018: Anna Coogan, Episode 1
10:40 am Revolt!, Episode 28
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1071
12:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cherry Arts, Episode 105
Artistic director Sam Buggeln discusses the upcoming season at the Cherry Arts
Theatre.
1:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 103
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 295
2:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cherry Arts, Episode 105
Artistic director Sam Buggeln discusses the upcoming season at the Cherry Arts
Theatre.
2:30 pm Walk in the Park: Stewardship, Episode 204
3:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 34
4:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 252
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1075
6:00 pm Homemade Jams: Spacetrain, Episode 602
6:31 pm Homemade Jams: Thunder Body, Episode 609
8:00 pm PEGASYS Special: NY Central College, Episode 25
8:35 pm PEGASYS Special: The Lion on the Path, Episode 17
Dance performance including groups: Moving Steel, Honey Child Soul Quartet,
Kinetic Root, Brian Sincerbeaux, Moxie Kumba
10:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Poetry for New Orleans’ 9th, Episode 353
Kenneth McClane, Jon Frankel & Tim Congdon read from their work for a video
project by Tim Congdon.
10:18 pm Over the Shoulder: "Finger Lakes Wine Country", Episode 273
Sarah Thompson reads from her work "Finger Lakes Wine Country." 150 years of
winemaking.
11:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
11:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 103

​Sunday, 9/23/2018

​12:00 am Homemade Jams: Spacetrain, Episode 602
12:31 am Homemade Jams: Thunder Body, Episode 609
6:00 am Profile Magazine: The Murder of William Lyman, Episode 303
6:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Cherry Arts, Episode 105
Artistic director Sam Buggeln discusses the upcoming season at the Cherry Arts
Theatre.
7:00 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 103
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 295
8:00 am PEGASYS Presents: Cherry Arts, Episode 105
Artistic director Sam Buggeln discusses the upcoming season at the Cherry Arts
Theatre.
8:30 am Walk in the Park: Stewardship, Episode 204
9:00 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 34
10:00 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 252
12:00 pm Homemade Jams: Spacetrain, Episode 602
12:31 pm Homemade Jams: Thunder Body, Episode 609
2:00 pm PEGASYS Special: NY Central College, Episode 25
2:35 pm PEGASYS Special: The Lion on the Path, Episode 17
Dance performance including groups: Moving Steel, Honey Child Soul Quartet,
Kinetic Root, Brian Sincerbeaux, Moxie Kumba
4:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Poetry for New Orleans’ 9th, Episode 353
Kenneth McClane, Jon Frankel & Tim Congdon read from their work for a video
project by Tim Congdon.
4:18 pm Over the Shoulder: "Finger Lakes Wine Country", Episode 273
Sarah Thompson reads from her work "Finger Lakes Wine Country." 150 years of
winemaking.
5:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
5:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 103
6:00 pm Medicare Services: Children, Episode 4
Children's Health
6:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 253
7:00 pm Global Connections Television: James Wurst, Episode 39
Author of sci-fi thriller: "Three Degrees," a story set in the future where climate
change has become a reality. 2/2018.
8:00 pm Eckankar: "Spiritual Lessons From Living", Episode 853
8:30 pm Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Poetry for New Orleans’ 9th, Episode 353
Kenneth McClane, Jon Frankel & Tim Congdon read from their work for a video
project by Tim Congdon.
9:18 pm Over the Shoulder: "Finger Lakes Wine Country", Episode 273
Sarah Thompson reads from her work "Finger Lakes Wine Country." 150 years of
winemaking.

​Monday, 9/24/2018

​6:00 am Homemade Jams: Spacetrain, Episode 602
6:31 am Homemade Jams: Thunder Body, Episode 609
8:00 am PEGASYS Special: NY Central College, Episode 25
8:35 am PEGASYS Special: The Lion on the Path, Episode 17
Dance performance including groups: Moving Steel, Honey Child Soul Quartet,
Kinetic Root, Brian Sincerbeaux, Moxie Kumba
10:00 am Over the Shoulder: Poetry for New Orleans’ 9th, Episode 353
Kenneth McClane, Jon Frankel & Tim Congdon read from their work for a video
project by Tim Congdon.
10:18 am Over the Shoulder: "Finger Lakes Wine Country", Episode 273
Sarah Thompson reads from her work "Finger Lakes Wine Country." 150 years of
winemaking.
11:00 am Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
11:30 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 103
12:00 pm Medicare Services: Children, Episode 4
Children's Health
12:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 253
1:00 pm Global Connections Television: James Wurst, Episode 39
Author of sci-fi thriller: "Three Degrees," a story set in the future where climate
change has become a reality. 2/2018.
2:00 pm Eckankar: "Spiritual Lessons From Living", Episode 853
2:30 pm Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
3:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Poetry for New Orleans’ 9th, Episode 353
Kenneth McClane, Jon Frankel & Tim Congdon read from their work for a video
project by Tim Congdon.
3:18 pm Over the Shoulder: "Finger Lakes Wine Country", Episode 273
Sarah Thompson reads from her work "Finger Lakes Wine Country." 150 years of
winemaking.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1076
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 191
6:30 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1076
7:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 339
8:30 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Clare Grady, Episode 105
Clare Grady is one of seven Catholic plowshares activists who entered Kings Bay
Naval Submarine Base on 4/4/18.
10:00 pm Road to Recovery: Opiod Misuse and Abuse, Episode 5
Preventing and Addressing Opiod Misuse and Abuse - Our Nation's Challenge.
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1076

​Tuesday, 9/25/2018

​6:30 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 253
7:00 am Global Connections Television: James Wurst, Episode 39
Author of sci-fi thriller: "Three Degrees," a story set in the future where climate
change has become a reality. 2/2018.
8:00 am Eckankar: "Spiritual Lessons From Living", Episode 853
8:30 am Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
9:00 am Over the Shoulder: Poetry for New Orleans’ 9th, Episode 353
Kenneth McClane, Jon Frankel & Tim Congdon read from their work for a video
project by Tim Congdon.
9:18 am Over the Shoulder: "Finger Lakes Wine Country", Episode 273
Sarah Thompson reads from her work "Finger Lakes Wine Country." 150 years of
winemaking.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1077
1:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 339
4:00 pm Road to Recovery: Opiod Misuse and Abuse, Episode 5
Preventing and Addressing Opiod Misuse and Abuse - Our Nation's Challenge.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1077
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 192
6:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1273
7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents: Red Vienna, Episode 750
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 296
8:00 pm Walk in the Park: Barberry Pirates and Other Invaders, Episode 205
8:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Sheffield Farm Fun Day, Episode 106
Sue and Jan Suwinski and Judy Sobczak discuss carriage riding and their recent
Sheffield Farm Fun Day in Ithaca.
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Community Connections, Episode 57
Lecture: Karima Amin from "Prisoners Are People Too", Jo Jo Alpern from "Tuff Soul
Sustainable Style."
10:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1077

​Wednesday, 9/26/2018

​7:30 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 339
10:00 am Road to Recovery: Opiod Misuse and Abuse, Episode 5
Preventing and Addressing Opiod Misuse and Abuse - Our Nation's Challenge.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1078
12:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1273
1:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents: Red Vienna, Episode 750
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 296
2:00 pm Walk in the Park: Barberry Pirates and Other Invaders, Episode 205
2:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Sheffield Farm Fun Day, Episode 106
Sue and Jan Suwinski and Judy Sobczak discuss carriage riding and their recent
Sheffield Farm Fun Day in Ithaca.
3:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Community Connections, Episode 57
Lecture: Karima Amin from "Prisoners Are People Too", Jo Jo Alpern from "Tuff Soul
Sustainable Style."
4:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1078
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 193
6:30 pm Global Connections Television: James Wurst, Episode 39
Author of sci-fi thriller: "Three Degrees," a story set in the future where climate
change has become a reality. 2/2018.
7:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1078
8:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 339
9:00 pm Homemade Jams: Zongo Junction, Episode 549
10:00 pm Homemade Jams: Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People, Episode 683
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 24, 2018
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1078

​Thursday, 9/27/2018

​6:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1273
7:00 am Ithaca DSA Presents: Red Vienna, Episode 750
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 296
8:00 am Walk in the Park: Barberry Pirates and Other Invaders, Episode 205
8:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Sheffield Farm Fun Day, Episode 106
Sue and Jan Suwinski and Judy Sobczak discuss carriage riding and their recent
Sheffield Farm Fun Day in Ithaca.
9:00 am Over the Shoulder: Community Connections, Episode 57
Lecture: Karima Amin from "Prisoners Are People Too", Jo Jo Alpern from "Tuff Soul
Sustainable Style."
10:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1079
12:30 pm Global Connections Television: James Wurst, Episode 39
Author of sci-fi thriller: "Three Degrees," a story set in the future where climate
change has become a reality. 2/2018.
2:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 339
3:00 pm Homemade Jams: Zongo Junction, Episode 549
4:00 pm Homemade Jams: Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People, Episode 683
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 24, 2018
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1079
6:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 35
7:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1273
8:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
9:00 pm Walk in the Park: The Treman Show, Episode 44
9:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents: Red Vienna, Episode 750
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1079

​Friday, 9/28/2018

6:30 am Global Connections Television: James Wurst, Episode 39
Author of sci-fi thriller: "Three Degrees," a story set in the future where climate
change has become a reality. 2/2018.
8:00 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 339
9:00 am Homemade Jams: Zongo Junction, Episode 549
10:00 am Homemade Jams: Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People, Episode 683
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 24, 2018
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1080
12:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 35
1:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1273
2:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
3:00 pm Walk in the Park: The Treman Show, Episode 44
3:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents: Red Vienna, Episode 750
4:00 pm The Human Rights and Social Justice Program w/ Ute & Chantal, Episode 99
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1080
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 194
6:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Primitive Pursuits, Episode 74
Guests Sarah Brown, and Justin Sutera from Primitive Pursuits discuss their
wilderness training camp for kids.
7:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 104
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 296
8:00 pm Teaching Ithaca Wellness: Grassroots Special, Episode 14
9:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 35
10:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 253
10:30 pm Food Pantry Kitchen: Sauerkraut, Episode 1
Cabbage to Sauerkraut!
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1080

​Saturday, 9/29/2018

​6:30 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 35
7:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1273
8:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
9:00 am Walk in the Park: The Treman Show, Episode 44
9:30 am Ithaca DSA Presents: Red Vienna, Episode 750
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1076
12:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Primitive Pursuits, Episode 74
Guests Sarah Brown, and Justin Sutera from Primitive Pursuits discuss their
wilderness training camp for kids.
1:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 104
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 296
2:00 pm Teaching Ithaca Wellness: Grassroots Special, Episode 14
3:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 35
4:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 253
4:30 pm Food Pantry Kitchen: Sauerkraut, Episode 1
Cabbage to Sauerkraut!
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1080
6:00 pm Homemade Jams: Zongo Junction, Episode 549
7:00 pm Homemade Jams: Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People, Episode 683
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 24, 2018
8:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
9:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Community Connections, Episode 57
Lecture: Karima Amin from "Prisoners Are People Too", Jo Jo Alpern from "Tuff Soul
Sustainable Style."
11:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
11:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 104

​Sunday, 9/30/2018

​12:00 am Homemade Jams: Zongo Junction, Episode 549
1:00 am Homemade Jams: Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People, Episode 683
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 24, 2018
6:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Primitive Pursuits, Episode 74
Guests Sarah Brown, and Justin Sutera from Primitive Pursuits discuss their
wilderness training camp for kids.
7:00 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 104
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 296
8:00 am Teaching Ithaca Wellness: Grassroots Special, Episode 14
9:00 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 35
10:00 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 253
10:30 am Food Pantry Kitchen: Sauerkraut, Episode 1
Cabbage to Sauerkraut!
12:00 pm Homemade Jams: Zongo Junction, Episode 549
1:00 pm Homemade Jams: Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People, Episode 683
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 24, 2018
4:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Community Connections, Episode 57
Lecture: Karima Amin from "Prisoners Are People Too", Jo Jo Alpern from "Tuff Soul
Sustainable Style."
5:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
5:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 104
6:00 pm Medicare Services: Community Health Centers, Episode 5
6:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 96
7:00 pm Global Connections Television: Isabel Ortiz, Episode 40
Isabel Ortiz, Director of Social Protection of the UN International Labor
Organization. February 18, 2018
8:00 pm Eckankar: "A Golden Contract", Episode 854
9:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.

​Monday, 10/1/2018

​6:00 am Homemade Jams: Zongo Junction, Episode 549
7:00 am Homemade Jams: Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People, Episode 683
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 24, 2018
10:00 am Over the Shoulder: Community Connections, Episode 57
Lecture: Karima Amin from "Prisoners Are People Too", Jo Jo Alpern from "Tuff Soul
Sustainable Style."
11:00 am Both Sides of the Bars: Accomplices, Not Allies, Episode 10
How can organizations outside of the criminal justice sphere work to promote a fairer
justice system?
11:30 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 104
12:00 pm Medicare Services: Community Health Centers, Episode 5
12:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 96
1:00 pm Global Connections Television: Isabel Ortiz, Episode 40
Isabel Ortiz, Director of Social Protection of the UN International Labor
Organization. February 18, 2018
2:00 pm Eckankar: "A Golden Contract", Episode 854
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1081
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 195
7:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 340
8:30 pm Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
10:00 pm Road to Recovery: Opioid Misuse and Abuse, Episode 5
Preventing and Addressing Opioid Misuse and Abuse - Our Nation's Challenge.
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1081

​Tuesday, 10/2/2018

​6:30 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 96
7:00 am Global Connections Television: Isabel Ortiz, Episode 40
Isabel Ortiz, Director of Social Protection of the UN International Labor
Organization. February 18, 2018
8:00 am Eckankar: "A Golden Contract", Episode 854
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1082
1:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 340
2:30 pm Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
4:00 pm Road to Recovery: Opioid Misuse and Abuse, Episode 5
Preventing and Addressing Opioid Misuse and Abuse - Our Nation's Challenge.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1082
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 196
6:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1274
7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 297
8:00 pm Walk in the Park: The Treman Show, Episode 44
8:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Reading by Marilyn Hacker, Episode 328
Poet and translator Marilyn Hacker reads from her work. Cornell, 9/28/17.
9:46 pm Sunday With the Girls, Episode 25
10:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1082

​Wednesday, 10/3/2018

​7:30 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 340
8:30 am Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
10:00 am Road to Recovery: Opioid Misuse and Abuse, Episode 5
Preventing and Addressing Opioid Misuse and Abuse - Our Nation's Challenge.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1083
12:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1274
1:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 297
2:00 pm Walk in the Park: The Treman Show, Episode 44
2:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
3:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Reading by Marilyn Hacker, Episode 328
Poet and translator Marilyn Hacker reads from her work. Cornell, 9/28/17.
3:46 pm Sunday With the Girls, Episode 25
4:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1083
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 197
6:30 pm Global Connections Television: Isabel Ortiz, Episode 40
Isabel Ortiz, Director of Social Protection of the UN International Labor
Organization. February 18, 2018
8:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 340
9:00 pm Homemade Jams: Solstice Pt 1, Episode 401
10:00 pm Homemade Jams: PJ Morton, Episode 686
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018.
10:26 pm Homemade Jams: Cas Haley, Episode 685
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1083

Thursday, 10/4/2018

​6:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1274
7:00 am Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 297
8:00 am Walk in the Park: The Treman Show, Episode 44
8:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
9:00 am Over the Shoulder: Reading by Marilyn Hacker, Episode 328
Poet and translator Marilyn Hacker reads from her work. Cornell, 9/28/17.
9:46 am Sunday With the Girls, Episode 25
10:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1084
12:30 pm Global Connections Television: Isabel Ortiz, Episode 40
Isabel Ortiz, Director of Social Protection of the UN International Labor
Organization. February 18, 2018
2:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 340
3:00 pm Homemade Jams: Solstice Pt 1, Episode 401
4:00 pm Homemade Jams: PJ Morton, Episode 686
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018.
4:26 pm Homemade Jams: Cas Haley, Episode 685
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1084
6:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 36
7:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1274
8:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
9:00 pm Walk in the Park: "Fall Colors in the Finger Lakes", Episode 25
9:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1084

​Friday, 10/5/2018

​6:30 am Global Connections Television: Isabel Ortiz, Episode 40
Isabel Ortiz, Director of Social Protection of the UN International Labor
Organization. February 18, 2018
8:00 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 340
9:00 am Homemade Jams: Solstice Pt 1, Episode 401
10:00 am Homemade Jams: PJ Morton, Episode 686
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018.
10:26 am Homemade Jams: Cas Haley, Episode 685
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1085
12:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 36
1:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1274
2:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
3:00 pm Walk in the Park: "Fall Colors in the Finger Lakes", Episode 25
3:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
4:00 pm The Human Rights and Social Justice Program w/ Ute & Chantal, Episode 100
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1085
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 198
6:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Primitive Pursuits, Episode 74
Guests Sarah Brown, and Justin Sutera from Primitive Pursuits discuss their
wilderness training camp for kids.
7:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 105
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 297
8:00 pm Teaching Ithaca Wellness: Grassroots Special, Episode 14
9:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 36
10:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 96
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1085

​Saturday, 10/6/2018

​6:30 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 36
7:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1274
8:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: Let Yemenis Live, Episode 106
Kathy Kelly co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence (www.vcnv.org), a
campaign to end U.S. wars.
9:00 am Walk in the Park: "Fall Colors in the Finger Lakes", Episode 25
9:30 am Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1081
12:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Primitive Pursuits, Episode 74
Guests Sarah Brown, and Justin Sutera from Primitive Pursuits discuss their
wilderness training camp for kids.
1:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 105
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 297
2:00 pm Teaching Ithaca Wellness: Grassroots Special, Episode 14
3:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 36
4:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 96
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1085
6:00 pm Homemade Jams: Solstice Pt 1, Episode 401
7:00 pm Homemade Jams: PJ Morton, Episode 686
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018.
7:26 pm Homemade Jams: Cas Haley, Episode 685
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018
10:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Reading by Marilyn Hacker, Episode 328
Poet and translator Marilyn Hacker reads from her work. Cornell, 9/28/17.
10:46 pm Sunday With the Girls, Episode 25
11:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: Monitizing Misery, Episode 6
Monitizing Misery: How Capitalism Impacts Mass Incarceration. April 2018.
11:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 105

Sunday, 10/7/2018

​12:00 am Homemade Jams: Solstice Pt 1, Episode 401
1:00 am Homemade Jams: PJ Morton, Episode 686
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018.
1:26 am Homemade Jams: Cas Haley, Episode 685
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018
6:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Primitive Pursuits, Episode 74
Guests Sarah Brown, and Justin Sutera from Primitive Pursuits discuss their
wilderness training camp for kids.
7:00 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 105
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 297
8:00 am Teaching Ithaca Wellness: Grassroots Special, Episode 14
9:00 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 36
10:00 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 96
12:00 pm Homemade Jams: Solstice Pt 1, Episode 401
1:00 pm Homemade Jams: PJ Morton, Episode 686
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018.
1:26 pm Homemade Jams: Cas Haley, Episode 685
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018
4:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Reading by Marilyn Hacker, Episode 328
Poet and translator Marilyn Hacker reads from her work. Cornell, 9/28/17.
4:46 pm Sunday With the Girls, Episode 25
5:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: Monitizing Misery, Episode 6
Monitizing Misery: How Capitalism Impacts Mass Incarceration. April 2018.
5:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 105
6:00 pm Center for Medicare Services: Diabetes, Episode 6
6:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 97
7:00 pm Global Connections Television: Yasmine Sherif, Episode 41
Yasmine Sherif, Director of the Education Cannot Wait Program. February 15, 2018
8:00 pm Eckankar: "Teacher and Student", Episode 855
8:30 pm PEGASYS Special: Weit, Episode 19
An original work by Circus Culture, telling the story of Atlas, the figure from Greek
mythology.
9:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.

​Monday, 10/8/2018

​6:00 am Homemade Jams: Solstice Pt 1, Episode 401
7:00 am Homemade Jams: PJ Morton, Episode 686
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018.
7:26 am Homemade Jams: Cas Haley, Episode 685
Finger Lakes THAW music festival, The Space @ Greenstar, March 23, 2018
10:00 am Over the Shoulder: Reading by Marilyn Hacker, Episode 328
Poet and translator Marilyn Hacker reads from her work. Cornell, 9/28/17.
10:46 am Sunday With the Girls, Episode 25
11:00 am Both Sides of the Bars: Monitizing Misery, Episode 6
Monitizing Misery: How Capitalism Impacts Mass Incarceration. April 2018.
11:30 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 105
12:00 pm Center for Medicare Services: Diabetes, Episode 6
12:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 97
1:00 pm Global Connections Television: Yasmine Sherif, Episode 41
Yasmine Sherif, Director of the Education Cannot Wait Program. February 15, 2018
2:00 pm Eckankar: "Teacher and Student", Episode 855
2:30 pm PEGASYS Special: Weit, Episode 19
An original work by Circus Culture, telling the story of Atlas, the figure from Greek
mythology.
3:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
4:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1086
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 199
6:30 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel, Episode 37
Alison Weir. History of the Israel Lobby in the U.S. Why US taxpayers continue to
send Israel nearly $10 million/day.
7:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 341
8:30 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel, Episode 37
Alison Weir. History of the Israel Lobby in the U.S. Why US taxpayers continue to
send Israel nearly $10 million/day.
10:00 pm Road to Recovery: Support in Rural Areas, Episode 10
Providing addition treatment and recovery support in rural and frontier communities.
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1086

​Tuesday, 10/9/2018

​6:30 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 97
7:00 am Global Connections Television: Yasmine Sherif, Episode 41
Yasmine Sherif, Director of the Education Cannot Wait Program. February 15, 2018
8:00 am Eckankar: "Teacher and Student", Episode 855
8:30 am PEGASYS Special: Weit, Episode 19
An original work by Circus Culture, telling the story of Atlas, the figure from Greek
mythology.
9:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1087
12:30 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel, Episode 37
Alison Weir. History of the Israel Lobby in the U.S. Why US taxpayers continue to
send Israel nearly $10 million/day.
1:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 341
2:30 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel, Episode 37
Alison Weir. History of the Israel Lobby in the U.S. Why US taxpayers continue to
send Israel nearly $10 million/day.
4:00 pm Road to Recovery: Support in Rural Areas, Episode 10
Providing addition treatment and recovery support in rural and frontier communities.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1087
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 200
6:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1275
7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 298
8:00 pm Walk in the Park: "Fall Colors in the Finger Lakes", Episode 25
8:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Summertime Block Party at GIAC, Episode 104
Highlights of the 2nd annual block party outside of the Greater Ithaca Activities
Center.
10:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1087

​Wednesday, 10/10/2018

​6:30 am Other Voices, Other Choices: How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel, Episode 37
Alison Weir. History of the Israel Lobby in the U.S. Why US taxpayers continue to
send Israel nearly $10 million/day.
7:30 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 341
8:30 am Other Voices, Other Choices: How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel, Episode 37
Alison Weir. History of the Israel Lobby in the U.S. Why US taxpayers continue to
send Israel nearly $10 million/day.
10:00 am Road to Recovery: Support in Rural Areas, Episode 10
Providing addition treatment and recovery support in rural and frontier communities.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1088
12:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1275
1:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 298
2:00 pm Walk in the Park: "Fall Colors in the Finger Lakes", Episode 25
2:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
3:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Summertime Block Party at GIAC, Episode 104
Highlights of the 2nd annual block party outside of the Greater Ithaca Activities
Center.
4:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1088
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 201
6:30 pm Global Connections Television: Yasmine Sherif, Episode 41
Yasmine Sherif, Director of the Education Cannot Wait Program. February 15, 2018
8:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 341
9:00 pm Homemade Jams: Fall Creek Brass Band, Episode 684
9:35 pm Homemade Jams: Locos por Juana @ Grassroots, Episode 584
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1088

​Thursday, 10/11/2018

​6:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1275
7:00 am Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 298
8:00 am Walk in the Park: "Fall Colors in the Finger Lakes", Episode 25
8:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
9:00 am Over the Shoulder: Summertime Block Party at GIAC, Episode 104
Highlights of the 2nd annual block party outside of the Greater Ithaca Activities
Center.
10:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1089
12:30 pm Global Connections Television: Yasmine Sherif, Episode 41
Yasmine Sherif, Director of the Education Cannot Wait Program. February 15, 2018
2:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 341
3:00 pm Homemade Jams: Fall Creek Brass Band, Episode 684
3:35 pm Homemade Jams: Locos por Juana @ Grassroots, Episode 584
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1089
6:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 37
7:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1275
8:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
9:00 pm Walk in the Park: "Finger Lakes Fall from the Sky", Episode 26
9:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
10:00 pm Sound Maze
Documentary on the Ithaca Sound Maze, a corn maze containing musical instruments
made fron recycled farm implements.
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1089

​Friday, 10/12/2018

​6:30 am Global Connections Television: Yasmine Sherif, Episode 41
Yasmine Sherif, Director of the Education Cannot Wait Program. February 15, 2018
8:00 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 341
9:00 am Homemade Jams: Fall Creek Brass Band, Episode 684
9:35 am Homemade Jams: Locos por Juana @ Grassroots, Episode 584
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1090
12:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 37
1:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1275
2:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
3:00 pm Walk in the Park: "Finger Lakes Fall from the Sky", Episode 26
3:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
4:00 pm The Human Rights and Social Justice Program w/ Ute & Chantal, Episode 101
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1090
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 202
6:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Regi Carpenter, Storyteller, Episode 58
Regi shares selections from her new book, "Where There s Smoke, There's Dinner:
Stories of a Seared Childhood."
7:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 106
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 298
8:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
9:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 37
10:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 97
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1090

​Saturday, 10/13/2018

​6:30 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 37
7:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1275
8:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
9:00 am Walk in the Park: "Finger Lakes Fall from the Sky", Episode 26
9:30 am Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 793
10:00 am Sound Maze
Documentary on the Ithaca Sound Maze, a corn maze containing musical instruments
made fron recycled farm implements.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1086
12:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Regi Carpenter, Storyteller, Episode 58
Regi shares selections from her new book, "Where There s Smoke, There's Dinner:
Stories of a Seared Childhood."
1:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 106
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 298
2:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
3:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 37
4:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 97
4:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Regi Carpenter, Storyteller, Episode 58
Regi shares selections from her new book, "Where There s Smoke, There's Dinner:
Stories of a Seared Childhood."
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1090
6:00 pm Homemade Jams: Fall Creek Brass Band, Episode 684
6:35 pm Homemade Jams: Locos por Juana @ Grassroots, Episode 584
8:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
9:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Summertime Block Party at GIAC, Episode 104
Highlights of the 2nd annual block party outside of the Greater Ithaca Activities
Center.
11:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: "Hurdles To Home", Episode 7
Family ReEntry Inc. And the difficulties people face when leaving prison and
reentering the community.
11:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 106

​Sunday, 10/14/2018

​12:00 am Homemade Jams: Fall Creek Brass Band, Episode 684
12:35 am Homemade Jams: Locos por Juana @ Grassroots, Episode 584
6:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Regi Carpenter, Storyteller, Episode 58
Regi shares selections from her new book, "Where There s Smoke, There's Dinner:
Stories of a Seared Childhood."
7:00 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 106
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 298
8:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
9:00 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 37
10:00 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 97
10:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Regi Carpenter, Storyteller, Episode 58
Regi shares selections from her new book, "Where There s Smoke, There's Dinner:
Stories of a Seared Childhood."
12:00 pm Homemade Jams: Fall Creek Brass Band, Episode 684
12:35 pm Homemade Jams: Locos por Juana @ Grassroots, Episode 584
2:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
3:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
4:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Summertime Block Party at GIAC, Episode 104
Highlights of the 2nd annual block party outside of the Greater Ithaca Activities
Center.
5:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: "Hurdles To Home", Episode 7
Family ReEntry Inc. And the difficulties people face when leaving prison and
reentering the community.
5:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 106
6:00 pm Center for Medicare Services: Older Living, Episode 7
6:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
7:00 pm Global Connections Television: Ninette Kelley, Episode 42
United Nations initiatives to assist over 65 million refugees worldwide. May 2, 2018
8:00 pm Eckankar: "All Good Things in Time", Episode 856
8:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
9:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.

Monday, 10/15/2018

​6:00 am Homemade Jams: Fall Creek Brass Band, Episode 684
6:35 am Homemade Jams: Locos por Juana @ Grassroots, Episode 584
8:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
9:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 am Over the Shoulder: Summertime Block Party at GIAC, Episode 104
Highlights of the 2nd annual block party outside of the Greater Ithaca Activities
Center.
11:00 am Both Sides of the Bars: "Hurdles To Home", Episode 7
Family ReEntry Inc. And the difficulties people face when leaving prison and
reentering the community.
11:30 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 106
12:00 pm Center for Medicare Services: Older Living, Episode 7
12:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
1:00 pm Global Connections Television: Ninette Kelley, Episode 42
United Nations initiatives to assist over 65 million refugees worldwide. May 2, 2018
2:00 pm Eckankar: "All Good Things in Time", Episode 856
2:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
3:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
4:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1091
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 203
6:30 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
7:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 342
8:30 pm Ithaca Festival Highlights 2018: Vitamin L, Episode 6
9:15 pm Children's Kung Fu
10:00 pm Road to Recovery: Support in Rural Areas, Episode 10
Providing addition treatment and recovery support in rural and frontier communities.
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1091

​Tuesday, 10/16/2018

​6:30 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
7:00 am Global Connections Television: Ninette Kelley, Episode 42
United Nations initiatives to assist over 65 million refugees worldwide. May 2, 2018
8:00 am Eckankar: "All Good Things in Time", Episode 856
8:30 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
9:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1092
12:30 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
1:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 342
2:30 pm Ithaca Festival Highlights 2018: Vitamin L, Episode 6
3:15 pm Children's Kung Fu
4:00 pm Road to Recovery: Support in Rural Areas, Episode 10
Providing addition treatment and recovery support in rural and frontier communities.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1092
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 204
6:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1276
7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 299
8:00 pm Walk in the Park: "Finger Lakes Fall from the Sky", Episode 26
8:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
10:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1092

​Wednesday, 10/17/2018

​6:30 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
7:30 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 342
8:30 am Ithaca Festival Highlights 2018: Vitamin L, Episode 6
9:15 am Children's Kung Fu
10:00 am Road to Recovery: Support in Rural Areas, Episode 10
Providing addition treatment and recovery support in rural and frontier communities.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1093
12:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1276
1:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 299
2:00 pm Walk in the Park: "Finger Lakes Fall from the Sky", Episode 26
2:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
3:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
4:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1093
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 205
6:30 pm Global Connections Television: Ninette Kelley, Episode 42
United Nations initiatives to assist over 65 million refugees worldwide. May 2, 2018
7:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
8:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 342
9:00 pm Homemade Jams: Along the River, Episode 675
2017 (27th) GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, Trumansburg, NY, July 23,
2017.
9:25 pm Homemade Jams: The Sutras, Episode 471
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1093

​Thursday, 10/18/2018

​6:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1276
7:00 am Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 299
8:00 am Walk in the Park: "Finger Lakes Fall from the Sky", Episode 26
8:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
9:00 am Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
10:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1094
12:30 pm Global Connections Television: Ninette Kelley, Episode 42
United Nations initiatives to assist over 65 million refugees worldwide. May 2, 2018
1:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
2:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 342
3:00 pm Homemade Jams: Along the River, Episode 675
2017 (27th) GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, Trumansburg, NY, July 23,
2017.
3:25 pm Homemade Jams: The Sutras, Episode 471
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1094
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 205
6:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 38
7:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1276
8:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
9:00 pm Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
9:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
10:00 pm Sound Maze
Documentary on the Ithaca Sound Maze, a corn maze containing musical instruments
made fron recycled farm implements.
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1094

​Friday, 10/19/2018

​6:30 am Global Connections Television: Ninette Kelley, Episode 42
United Nations initiatives to assist over 65 million refugees worldwide. May 2, 2018
7:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
8:00 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 342
9:00 am Homemade Jams: Along the River, Episode 675
2017 (27th) GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, Trumansburg, NY, July 23,
2017.
9:25 am Homemade Jams: The Sutras, Episode 471
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1095
12:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 38
1:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1276
2:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
3:00 pm Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
3:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
4:00 pm The Human Rights and Social Justice Program w/ Ute & Chantal, Episode 102
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1095
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 206
6:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Regi Carpenter, Storyteller, Episode 58
Regi shares selections from her new book, "Where There s Smoke, There's Dinner:
Stories of a Seared Childhood."
7:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 107
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 299
8:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
9:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 38
10:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
10:30 pm Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1095

​Saturday, 10/20/2018

​6:30 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 38
7:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1276
8:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 1, Episode 107
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: Paul Jay, Gerald Horne, Juan Gonzalez
9:00 am Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
9:30 am Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
10:00 am Sound Maze
Documentary on the Ithaca Sound Maze, a corn maze containing musical instruments
made fron recycled farm implements.
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1091
12:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Regi Carpenter, Storyteller, Episode 58
Regi shares selections from her new book, "Where There s Smoke, There's Dinner:
Stories of a Seared Childhood."
1:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 107
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 299
2:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
3:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 38
4:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
4:30 pm Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1095
6:00 pm Homemade Jams: Along the River, Episode 675
2017 (27th) GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, Trumansburg, NY, July 23,
2017.
6:25 pm Homemade Jams: The Sutras, Episode 471
8:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
9:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
11:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: A Nexus of Perpetual Punishment, Episode 8
How ICE’s unjust practices under the Trump Administration are hurting
undocumented immigrant communities.
11:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 107

​Sunday, 10/21/2018

​12:00 am Homemade Jams: Along the River, Episode 675
2017 (27th) GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, Trumansburg, NY, July 23,
2017.
12:25 am Homemade Jams: The Sutras, Episode 471
6:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Regi Carpenter, Storyteller, Episode 58
Regi shares selections from her new book, "Where There s Smoke, There's Dinner:
Stories of a Seared Childhood."
7:00 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 107
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 299
8:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices; Earl Dotter - At All Costs, Episode 86
Photographs of American Voters.
9:00 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 38
10:00 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 98
10:30 am Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
12:00 pm Homemade Jams: Along the River, Episode 675
2017 (27th) GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, Trumansburg, NY, July 23,
2017.
12:25 pm Homemade Jams: The Sutras, Episode 471
2:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
3:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
4:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
5:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: A Nexus of Perpetual Punishment, Episode 8
How ICE’s unjust practices under the Trump Administration are hurting
undocumented immigrant communities.
5:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 107
6:00 pm Center for Medicare Services: LGBT Health, Episode 8
6:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 99
7:00 pm Global Connections Television: Sarah duPont, Episode 43
"River of Gold" documentary that highlights the importance of preserving the Amazon
Rainforest and River Basin. May 2018
8:00 pm Eckankar: A Clear Message, Episode 857
8:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
9:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.

​Monday, 10/22/2018

​6:00 am Homemade Jams: Along the River, Episode 675
2017 (27th) GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, Trumansburg, NY, July 23,
2017.
6:25 am Homemade Jams: The Sutras, Episode 471
8:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
9:00 am Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
10:00 am Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
11:00 am Both Sides of the Bars: A Nexus of Perpetual Punishment, Episode 8
How ICE’s unjust practices under the Trump Administration are hurting
undocumented immigrant communities.
11:30 am Here Comes Everybody, Episode 107
12:00 pm Center for Medicare Services: Older Living, Episode 7
12:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 99
1:00 pm Global Connections Television: Sarah duPont, Episode 43
"River of Gold" documentary that highlights the importance of preserving the Amazon
Rainforest and River Basin. May 2018
2:00 pm Eckankar: A Clear Message, Episode 857
2:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
3:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
4:00 pm Democracy Now
From the Firehouse Theater in Manhattan, Amy Goodman presents the news and
interviews from a progressive point of view.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1096
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 207
6:30 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1096
7:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 343
8:30 pm Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
10:00 pm Road to Recovery: Building Family Resiliency, Episode 6
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1096

Tuesday, 10/23/2018

​6:30 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 99
7:00 am Global Connections Television: Sarah duPont, Episode 43
"River of Gold" documentary that highlights the importance of preserving the Amazon
Rainforest and River Basin. May 2018
8:00 am Eckankar: A Clear Message, Episode 857
8:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Cruising the Art Trail, Episode 40
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1097
12:30 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1096
1:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 343
2:30 pm Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
4:00 pm Road to Recovery: Building Family Resiliency, Episode 6
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1097
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 208
6:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1277
7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 300
8:00 pm Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
8:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Finger Lakes Land Trust, Episode 69
Guest Andy Zepp, Exec. Director of the FLLT, discusses the recent activities of his
organization.
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: A Discussion about Mass Incarceration, Episode 304
Mass incarceration and the war on drugs. Beverly J. Martin Elementary School,
November 14, 2016.
10:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 2, Episode 108
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: George Ciccariello-Maher, Silvia Federici
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1097

​Wednesday, 10/24/2018

​6:30 am Democracy Now, Episode 1096
7:30 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 343
8:30 am Over the Shoulder: Human Trafficking in Upstate NY, Episode 227
A talk by Gonzalo de Vedia Martinez and Renan Salgado from the Worker Justice
Center of New York.
10:00 am Road to Recovery: Building Family Resiliency, Episode 6
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1098
12:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1277
1:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 300
2:00 pm Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
2:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Finger Lakes Land Trust, Episode 69
Guest Andy Zepp, Exec. Director of the FLLT, discusses the recent activities of his
organization.
3:00 pm Over the Shoulder: A Discussion about Mass Incarceration, Episode 304
Mass incarceration and the war on drugs. Beverly J. Martin Elementary School,
November 14, 2016.
4:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 2, Episode 108
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: George Ciccariello-Maher, Silvia Federici
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1098
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 209
6:30 pm Global Connections Television: Sarah duPont, Episode 43
"River of Gold" documentary that highlights the importance of preserving the Amazon
Rainforest and River Basin. May 2018
7:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Expansion of NATO, Episode 97
No Foreign Bases conference, with presenters John Lannon, Ray McGovern, and
Phil Wilayto.
8:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 343
9:00 pm Homemade Jams: Mosaic Foundation, Episode 473
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1098

​Thursday, 10/25/2018

​6:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1277
7:00 am Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
7:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 300
8:00 am Walk in the Park: Look Back into Fall, Episode 153
8:30 am PEGASYS Presents: Finger Lakes Land Trust, Episode 69
Guest Andy Zepp, Exec. Director of the FLLT, discusses the recent activities of his
organization.
9:00 am Over the Shoulder: A Discussion about Mass Incarceration, Episode 304
Mass incarceration and the war on drugs. Beverly J. Martin Elementary School,
November 14, 2016.
10:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 2, Episode 108
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: George Ciccariello-Maher, Silvia Federici
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1099
12:30 pm Global Connections Television: Sarah duPont, Episode 43
"River of Gold" documentary that highlights the importance of preserving the Amazon
Rainforest and River Basin. May 2018
1:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Expansion of NATO, Episode 97
No Foreign Bases conference, with presenters John Lannon, Ray McGovern, and
Phil Wilayto.
2:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 343
3:00 pm Homemade Jams: Mosaic Foundation, Episode 473
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1099
6:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 39
7:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1277
8:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 2, Episode 108
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: George Ciccariello-Maher, Silvia Federici
9:00 pm Walk in the Park
9:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1099

Friday, 10/26/2018

​6:30 am Global Connections Television: Sarah duPont, Episode 43
"River of Gold" documentary that highlights the importance of preserving the Amazon
Rainforest and River Basin. May 2018
7:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: Expansion of NATO, Episode 97
No Foreign Bases conference, with presenters John Lannon, Ray McGovern, and
Phil Wilayto.
8:00 am Political Point Magazine, Episode 343
9:00 am Homemade Jams: Mosaic Foundation, Episode 473
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1100
12:30 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 39
1:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1277
2:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 2, Episode 108
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: George Ciccariello-Maher, Silvia Federici
3:00 pm Walk in the Park
3:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
4:00 pm The Human Rights and Social Justice Program w/ Ute & Chantal, Episode 103
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1100
6:00 pm WRFI Daily News, Episode 210
6:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Finger Lakes Land Trust, Episode 69
Guest Andy Zepp, Exec. Director of the FLLT, discusses the recent activities of his
organization.
7:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 108
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 300
9:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 39
10:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 99
11:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1100

​Saturday, 10/27/2018

​6:30 am Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 39
7:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1277
8:00 am Other Voices, Other Choices: One Fight, Many Fronts, Pt 2, Episode 108
Left Forum 2018. Featured Speakers: George Ciccariello-Maher, Silvia Federici
9:00 am Walk in the Park
9:30 am Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 794
11:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 1096
12:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: Finger Lakes Land Trust, Episode 69
Guest Andy Zepp, Exec. Director of the FLLT, discusses the recent activities of his
organization.
1:00 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 108
1:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 300
3:00 pm Gutbucket With Bill McGill, Episode 39
4:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 99
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 1100
6:00 pm Homemade Jams: Mosaic Foundation, Episode 473
10:00 pm Over the Shoulder: A Discussion about Mass Incarceration, Episode 304
Mass incarceration and the war on drugs. Beverly J. Martin Elementary School,
November 14, 2016.
11:00 pm Both Sides of the Bars: "Economically Excluded", Episode 9
Host Kahlil A. Cumberbatch welcomes Marlon Peterson, writer and host of the
Decarcerated Podcast.. August 2018.
11:30 pm Here Comes Everybody, Episode 108

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