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Short items on music, sport, movies and more in the Irish language. A fun way to help learn Irish from Raidio Ri-Ra. Nuacht ar cheol, spórt, scannáin agus níos mó sa Ghaeilge. Bealach spraoi chun cabhrú le Gaeilge a fhoghlaim ó Raidió Rí-Ra.
 
Working People: A podcast by, for, and about the working class today (now in partnership with In These Times magazine and The Real News Network). Working People is a podcast about working-class lives in 21st-century America. In every episode, you'll hear interviews with workers from around the country, from all walks of life. We'll talk about their life stories, their jobs, politics, and families, their joys and hopes and frustrations. Overall, Working People aims to share and celebrate the ...
 
Radio veteran and lifelong A's fan, Wayne Coy and the "Athletic Supporters" discuss all things A's baseball past, present and future. From Philly to KC to The Town. From Lefty & Eddie to Catfish & Reggie to Rickey & Eck to Miguel & Giambi to Chappy and The Laser. Celebrate the Green & Gold legacy with Wayne and the crew on AthleticsCast.
 
1- Se awa Musulumi ni eto Kankan lori ile Filistin? Kinni awon igbiyanju ti awon asaaju Musulumi ti se ninu itan lori ile Filistin? Nje awa Musulumi aye ode oni ni igbiyanju kan lati se bi lori ati so ile Filistin di ile ominira fun Musulumi papaajulo masalaasi Kudusi? Gbogbo awon ibeere wonyi ni a o ri idahun fun ninu ibanisoro yi.2- Apa keji ibanisoro yi so nipa awon ogbon arekereke ti awon Yahudi lo lati fi gba ile Filistin ti won si le awon ti won ni ile kuro, bakannaa ni oro waye lori i ...
 
Wall St for Main St provides alternative financial information, research, education and consulting to Main Street investors using uncommon wisdom. Our goal is teaching people how to fish for themselves instead of trusting their financial adviser. We interview top investors, traders, money managers, financial commentators, economic experts, authors, CEOs and newsletter writers from around the world to discuss the latest events in the global economy and financial markets.
 
Your weekly window into how the most impactful moments in politics unfold. From the Oval Office to the Clinton campaign war room to the hallowed halls of Congress to Maryland's Governor's Mansion, we bring you inside the rooms where the biggest decisions are made. Hosted by a couple of college kids still trying to learn how things get done in this complicated yet beautiful world of American politics.
 
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Earlier this month, No Evil Foods, a vegan meat company founded in North Carolina, notified its staff that they were closing their Asheville production plant and moving to a co-manufacturing facility in Illinois. After sticking it out and working through the COVID-19 pandemic, employees were suddenly notified that they would now be unemployed and w…
 
We will be back to our regular Working People schedule next week. Until then, to tide y'all over, and to celebrate his book recently receiving Honorable Mention for the Merle Curti Intellectual History Award, we're unlocking our bonus episode conversation with historian Nate Holdren. We talk with Nate about his latest book, Injury Impoverished: Wor…
 
Max is traveling for The Real News Network, so Working People producer Jules Taylor hosts this episode as he interviews his stepfather about his career as a death investigator and paramedic. In a way, Ric feels like he was meant to work around death as he grew up across the street from a cemetery, and his first job was helping the grave digger befo…
 
Right now, working people in other parts of the world are being crushed by a relentless onslaught of murderous violence and dispossession, economic degradation, and inhumane exploitation—they are fighting for their lives, and they are asking for our help. In Palestine, against the ceaseless violence of occupation, apartheid, and ethnic cleansing, P…
 
Over the past couple years, the Vermont State AFL-CIO and its membership have embraced a more democratic, rank-and-file strategy, building up bonds of solidarity with community organizations, and bringing much-needed energy into a labor council that was on the verge of dying. Instead of commending and encouraging these efforts, however, the AFL-CIO…
 
In this special episode, we talk with three veterans about how the military and the class system (in the U.S. and around the world) go hand in hand. How does the military market itself to the poor and marginalized (and why is that marketing so effective)? How does our broken economy ensure a constant stream of recruits who will be sent to fight end…
 
For our Season 9 finale, we interviewed Tom Perez, a Spring 2021 GU Politics Fellow and former Chair of the Democratic National Committee. He served President Obama for eight years, first as DOJ Civil Rights Head and then as U.S. Secretary of Labor. In this episode, Tom not only took the Flies behind the scenes of his civil rights career, but also …
 
Happy May Day, everyone! All power to the international working class! Celebrate this most glorious of holidays by refusing to work and listening to this special crossover episode on the history and spirit of May Day from our friends at the Srsly Wrong podcast, which our host Max participated in. Spring is here – a time to feast, dance around the m…
 
In this important episode, we interview worker-organizers with the Federation of General Workers Myanmar about the brutal military coup that has been unfolding in their country since February 1 of this year, and we talk about working people's brave and dangerous efforts to stand up and fight back. Please help us spread the word, and stand in solida…
 
Its AthleticsCast Episode #19 (Season Two #4) Jeff is still recuperating so, its the trio of Wayne, Ian & Tanner to recap The Athletics amazing 13 game winning streak. They also chime in with their suggestions on how to maintain their winning ways for the rest of the season and which "Streakin' A's" team was better on a position-by-position basis? …
 
In this episode, the Flies sat down with Guy Benson, host of “the Guy Benson Show,” spring GU Politics Fellow, Fox News contributor, and political editor at TownHall.com. Guy shares his journey from a high school student calling baseball games on local access channels to being a political commentator for Fox News. We also explore politics in post 9…
 
In this pre-pandemic Working People recording that we thought was lost to history, we talk to filmmaker Dominique Rémy about her important full-length documentary on maternal morbidity and mortality rates in Black and Indigenous communities in the U.S. Additional links/info below... Dominique's Twitter page Maternal Mortality Documentary Film Fund …
 
Its AthleticsCast Episode #18 (Season Two #3) and the Athletics are on fire! After losing their first six, the A's are riding an 8 game winning streak and putting the American League on notice. Wayne, Ian & Tanner break down the last week of winning and the reasons why. Later in the episode, they each put up their choice for a player on the current…
 
This week on the Pod, we spoke with Spring 2021 GU Politics Fellow and former U.S. Senator Doug Jones, who represented Alabama from 2018 to 2021. Prior to being one of the Senate’s most bipartisan members, he served as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama and prosecuted the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. Tune in to he…
 
On top of the typical stresses, intense work, and long hours common to the profession, nurses working at smaller hospitals in more remote parts of the country face many unique challenges. With fewer staff and 24-7 services, facilities like the two Lehigh Valley Health Network hospitals in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, rely on nurses, nursing ass…
 
Episode #17 (Season 2 #2) Tanner is back and joins Wayne & Ian to collectively scratch their heads as the Athletics open the 2021 campaign. Are they the no-hit, no-pitch 0-6 team that came out of the gate OR the sweet swingin', frontline pitching team that has won 3 of their last four contests? Plus Jed Lowrie is playing like a youngster and the in…
 
Last Thursday, around 1,100 coal miners at Warrior Met Coal in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, went on strike. According to the union, the United Mine Workers of America, a tentative bargaining agreement has now been reached with the company, but workers must still vote on whether or not to ratify it. In order to cover this important strike and spread …
 
Season 2 - Episode 1. With the A's breaking training and heading into the 2021 campaign (mostly) healthy, is this the year the Athletics finally get past the playoffs and win their first World Series title since 1989? Wayne & Ian break it down and share their predictions in the maiden AthleticsCast episode of season #2.…
 
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the world of higher education: forced campus re-openings have pushed many directly into harm's way; colleges and universities have suffered massive budget shortfalls; some institutions have closed permanently; the academic job market has been blown up; etc. According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, "the U.S. Labo…
 
In the middle of a deadly pandemic that has shaken the world of higher education to its core, graduate workers at Columbia University are heading into their third week on strike, braving both physical and digital picket lines. We talk with three grad workers and members of GWC-UAW Local 2110 and the Columbia Academic Workers for a Democratic Union …
 
Put your rain jackets on because this week the Pod visited the Pacific Northwest! The Fly sat down with Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan in this episode, chief of executive of the first major American city to be hit by COVID-19. Mayor Durkan shared her experience coordinating with cities across the globe to respond to the pandemic, building a mass-vaccin…
 
AthleticsCast Episode #15. Wayne & Ian have a freewheelin' convo with the founder and Commissioner of their "Dirty South Sandlot" Fantasy baseball league, Ryan "Pablo" Foster. Pablo gives pre-draft tips and explains the difference between Standard, Keeper and Dynasty Leagues and how to manage to win with your head instead of your heart.…
 
We sit down and chat with (former) Philly sanitation worker and Instagram sensation Terrill Haigler—or, as listeners may know him, "Ya Fav Trashman." Terrill's incredible and inspiring story took an interesting turn during the COVID-19 pandemic when he was working for the Philly sanitation department and started an Instagram account where he would …
 
Our episode this week features North Carolina State Representative Ricky Hurtado, who became the first Latino Democrat elected to the NC General Assembly in 2020. In addition to representing District 63 (Alamance County), Ricky serves on the Board of Alamance Partnership for Children and co-founded LatinxEd, a nonprofit that aims to expand opportun…
 
Episode #14 and it's 3 generations of "CoyBoys" around the mics as Wayne is joined by his son, Ian and Grandson Raine to talk all things A's baseball. What's the "One Thing" that the team needs to get past the playoffs and into the World Series? Plus, who wins the keystone battle and breaks camp as the Athletics starting second baseman?…
 
In this special episode, we chat with the one and only Rick Perlstein. Rick is an internationally acclaimed and bestselling author and historian who has published perhaps the most singularly definitive series of books on late twentieth-century American politics, culture, and the rise of the modern conservative movement. In past interviews, Rick has…
 
How has the Trump presidency, COVID-19, and social media changed the journalism industry? What salient issues and policies will dominate the news cycle moving forward? Find out in our latest episode with Julie Pace, Washington Bureau Chief for the Associated Press and a Spring GU Politics Fellow. In addition to the presidencies of Barack Obama and …
 
The Flies sat down with former Congressman Charles Djou (HI-01) this week for an interview jam-packed with insights from his extensive career in public service. In addition to serving as a Honolulu City Councilmember (2003-2010) and State Representative (2000-2002), the Congressman was a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. Listen now for t…
 
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