The latest episode is composed entirely on the new Garage Band 3, the new and really cool audio editing and podcasting software from Apple. (Wayne McPhail’s latest Podcast DIY show is devoted to GB3.) You’ll be able to view graphics, link directly to the sampled podcasts, and browse by chapter marker!
Links to shows featured this episode:
Boiling Frog Episode #1: Reclaiming Independence
An unforgettable montage of sound, voices and music opens the doors to a new activist consciousness.
Africa Files: The Pulse Episode #1: Corruption & the World Summit on Information Society
Produced by a network of volunteers committed to the promotion of human rights, economic justice, African perspectives and alternative analyses.
FierceLight Episode #4: The Human Forum of the Alliance for the New Humanity
Excerpt from the opening address of Alliance president Deepak Chopra.
Redeye, Independent Current Affairs: A Call for Reform of the Voting System
Vancouver Cooperative Radio talks to the president of Fair Vote Canada about the prospects for proportional representation under a minority government in Canada.
Peak Oil Primer Episode #1: What is Peak Oil, Anyway?
A team of students from Mohawk College looks at life as fossil fuels fade.
Occasionally Disturbs Others Episode #10: My New Heaven
Perennial ponderers Matt and Chris consider debt-free retirement as the “new heaven.”
House of Sound and Story Episode #1: Poem for Peace in Many Voices
A London, Ontario poet’s “Poem for Peace” has been translated into more than 100 languages and read aloud by 3,000 people around the world.
Needs No Introduction Episode #4: Ralph Nader on Innovative Solutions for our Survival
Recorded at Ryerson University Theatre, Toronto, ON, on October 28, 2005.
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