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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.
#128 - Remembrances of Jack Layton from those who knew him
August 27, 2011
| Memories of Jack Layton from those who knew him: young volunteers, political leaders and activists.
#126 - No activist slowdown for summer
August 18, 2011
| In this podcast: teaching and writing music with women prisoners, the life of a disability activist, and what it means for one street to move from bookshops to bars.
#125 - All the summer news: Post-election blues and a call to action for rabble.ca
June 9, 2011
| In this podcast: What can progressives do in a Conservative majority Canada? A challenge for rabble.ca's next ten years. Jaggi Singh at his trial. Some old opera from the Ruckus. Happy summer all!
#124 - The Canadian election, it's sweetness and light, right?
April 12, 2011
| A feature interview with the guy who depressed us about the election last episode. This time, a bit of hope from him!
#123 - Election scary yet boring? We've got an election contest for you!
April 7, 2011
| In this podcast: Terrifying yet boring -- the Canadian election. A new rabble radio contest. Cracking the cover of human books. Fukushima Daichi and alt power. An ode to the ipad 2.
#122 - Women's take on uprisings in the Middle East
March 8, 2011
| Arab-Canadian feminist activist Nahla Abdo outlines her ideas for the region, and Palestinian activist Reem Yumis on women's role in the uprisings. Happy International Women's Day, all.
#121 - Canadian activist caught up in Egypt demonstrations
February 2, 2011
| Jase Tanner was in Tahrir square when pro-Mubarak forces came to break up the demonstrations. Code Pink's Medea Benjamin was in another part of the square. In this podcast, we hear their stories.
#120 - Cairo after Mubarak's address
January 29, 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 the situation after the army arrived.
#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.
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