Host Doug Henwood covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global.
Programs & Archives – International News
Hosted and produced by CKUW News Director and contributor, Michael Welch, in association with the Centre for Research on Globalization, the Global Research News Hour is a one hour analysis of major developments in the world of economics, politics and geo-politics, with researchers and news makers from around the world. If you want to get the story beyond the headlines, strap yourself in for 60 minutes of informative and provocative radio.
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
Radio Free Winnipeg explores the intersection between art, culture and politics.
First hour: Weekly news briefs and show listings with a mix of indie, folk, blues and BAM (Black American Music)
Second hour: Mandatory Heavy (punk\metal) at the top of the hour, psych rock, afrobeat and other tributaries of the werid and wonderful, recipes to impress and gross out your friends.
Sometimes there will be interviews
Hosted by Scott Price DJ Dill Gherkin
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
This is Hell! is a long form political interview program broadcast across Chicago on WNUR since 1996.
Every morning, Monday to Wednesday 10am central time, Chuck Mertz works off his news hangover by talking to the journalists, authors and activists working to make this world a slightly less hellish place. Expect in-depth conversations about the forces that drive politics, and gallows humour about a world with more questions than answers.