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rabble radio is the flagship show of the rpn. It's a mix of political commentary, soundseeing tours, movie reviews, and the latest in Canadian music. It's all produced by a country-wide cadre of volunteers.
#119 - Special Interview from Cairo
January 28, 2011
| Tighe Barry was in Cairo as part of a Codepink delegation on its way to Gaza when the protests started. In this special edition of rabble radio, he describes his experience in the protests.
#118 - Bad cop/bad cop
January 27, 2011
| In this episode: Transit police in Vancouver accused of violence, a new report recommends protection for women and girls in Haiti, and Canada chases out war resisters. Music this episode: Bad Cop.
#117 - New year rising. What shall we do with it?
January 10, 2011
| In this episode: rewriting your life, spy movies for cold war evenings, The Stimulators warm you up, new tech and going green for 2011.
#116 - Open Internet, Assange and feminism
December 20, 2010
| In this episode documentarian Velcrow Ripper reports from the Cancun Climate summit, a testimonial on supportive housing, and feminist blogging and the open Internet.
#115 - CHG: Climate, Haiti, Galloway
December 6, 2010
| Report from the daily podcast from the UN Climate Summit, post-election checkin in Haiti, and George Galloway answers tough questions.
#114 - War critics on Remembrance Day
November 22, 2010
| Should we be able to criticize war on Remembrance Day, Aung San Suu Kyi -- what does her freedom mean, and demanding better food for the poor.
#113 - Phyllis Bennis on Canada, the Middle East, and peace
November 9, 2010
| A feature interview with Phyllis Bennis, an activist and academic who focuses on foreign policy issues, especially when it comes to the Middle East and the United Nations.
#112 - If you want to make your point, you have to speak out!
October 26, 2010
| In this episode of rabble radio: mapping dirty energy producers everywhere, Eternia speaks on women rappers and a new talking stick online.
#111 - In his own words: Guardian journalist arrested by G20 security forces
June 28, 2010
| He was writing for The Guardian when G20 security beat him up and arrested him. Jesse Rosenfeld tells his story. Then, we've got Amy Goodman on why an independent media is so important.
#110 - The activists, Pride and the G20
June 22, 2010
| Queer honourees give it back to Pride Toronto over Israeli-apartheid, pre-G20 African activists speak out on celebrity activism, and coming out where Pride is no party.
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