After Thought dives deep on topics of the day while providing compelling and entertaining commentary.
Programs & Archives – Human Rights
CounterSpin is FAIR’s weekly radio show, produced and hosted by Janine Jackson. It’s heard on more than 160 noncommercial stations across the United States and Canada. CounterSpin provides a critical examination of the major stories every week, and exposes what corporate media might have missed in their own coverage. CounterSpin highlights censored stories and exposes biased and inaccurate coverage, while examining the power of corporate influence and sexism, racism and homophobia in the news.
Free City Radio explores the intersection of social activism and the arts.
A program featuring interviews on contemporary political currents in Montréal, Canada and around the world, highlighting creative voices involved in struggles for transformative social change.
Free City Radio also features music from around the world.
Free City Radio is produced and hosted by Stefan Christoff.
The Harbinger Media Hour is a one hour show case of some of the best from the Harbinger Media network. The Harbinger Media network is a network of progressive podcasts challenging the right-wing and corproate media from coast to coast.
The Breach Show
Half Past Capitalism Alberta Advantage
Invisible Institutions Victor’s Children
Tech Won’t Save Us
Redeye is broadcast live every Saturday morning on Vancouver Cooperative Radio, CFRO 100.5FM. It is produced by an independent media collective at the studios of Coop Radio in Vancouver’s downtown eastside.
The show has been on the air for over 40 years, providing high-quality public affairs and arts programming to listeners looking for a progressive take on current events.
The World is public radio’s longest-running daily global news program. The World is a co-production of PRX and WGBH that broadcasts from the Nan and Bill Harris Studios at WGBH in Boston, Massachusetts. Launched in 1996 in response to a lack of international news in commercial media, The World has remained one of public radio’s most essential programs by providing its listeners with daily access to voices and stories not heard anywhere else