The way BP treats our Mother

Dear listeners,
I'm calling for (along with alot of People) a boycott of BP oil and Gas, Arco gas, and AM/PM gas and Amoco gas. These are the companies that BP oil own. Nation wide boycott. Tell all your friends and neighbors.
I called the Pres,@ 1202-456-2461, our Rep and our Senators. Please call yours.

Movies to see (or not)

program date: 
Thu, 05/20/2010

Ed Goldberg, Becky Ohlsen and DK Holm of the Vancouver Voice review "Iron Man II," "Exploding Girl," "Shrek," "Nightmare on Elm Street," "It Came from Kushar," "Mother and Child," "Robin Hood" and more.

28:33 minutes (13.07 MB)

Novelist Katie Arnoldi on "Point Dume," a tale of pot farms, surf culture and risk

Between the Covers
program date: 
Thu, 05/20/2010
Katie Arnoldi, bestselling author of Chemical Pink and The Wentworths, talks about her latest novel, POINT DUME, a timely tale of pot farms, surf culture and risk.  Hosted by Lisa Loving.
27:37 minutes (12.64 MB)

Ubu Hour on 06/07/10

Ubu Hour
Air date: 
Mon, 06/07/2010 - 11:00pm - 11:55pm
Short Description: 
If Footmen Tire You, What Will Horse Do?

Tonight the Ubu Hour airs a radio theater adaptation of Reverend Estus Pirkle's
1971 movie classic, IF FOOTMEN TIRE YOU, WHAT WILL HORSES DO? In this fascinating
audio drama, Reverend Pirkle warns us of how Communism plans to take over America,
or maybe, with the Obama presidency, they already have! The Pelosi socialized helath
care nightmare is only the next step! This audio drama, based on true facts, will
wake you up to the evils of socialism, and give you important advice on how to
get America back on the right path. Otherwise in the next 24 months we'll all be
forced to chant for 17 hours a day: "COMMUNISM IS GOODD! CHRISTIANITY IS STUPID!"

May 24 Old Mole Variety Hour

program date: 
Mon, 05/24/2010

 This show is hosted by Bill Resnick and features the Movie Moles, Frann Michel and Denise Morris, skewering "Robin Hood," Book Mole Larry Bowlden finding much to admire in Minrose Gwin's new novel The Queen of Palmyra.  Manuel Perez from the Institute for Policy Studies reviews the history and injustice of US immigration policies in relation to NAFTA, and radical musicologist Brad Duncan talks with Bill about the politics and music of the Tropicalia movement in 1960s Brazil. 

52:25 minutes (30 MB)

Tropicalia- Politics and Music

program date: 
Mon, 05/24/2010

 After some excerpts from their music, Radical Musicologist Brad Duncan talks with Bill Resnick about the "Tropicalia" movement in Brazil from the late 60s.  These artists combined traditional Brazilian music with psychedelic pop from Europe and the US and embodies the spirit of youth revolt that was sweeping the world. 

Brazil's right-wing military dictatorship imprisoned and exiled many of the movement's leading lights; nearly all of the exiled musicians continued their art in exile including Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso.

9:26 minutes (5.4 MB)

Book Mole: "The Queen of Palmyra"

program date: 
Mon, 05/24/2010

 Larry Bowlden reviews Minrose Gwin's novel The Queen of Palmyra about a young white girl coming to perceive Southern racism in 1960s Mississippi.  

To read many of Larry's past reviews, go here.  

6:56 minutes (3.97 MB)

Movie Moles: "Robin Hood"

program date: 
Mon, 05/24/2010

How much robbing of the rich and giving to the poor goes on in the new Robin Hood movie?  Find out from our Movie Moles Frann Michel and Denise Morris.   Read Frann's blog, with more links about the movie and the myth, here.

12:52 minutes (7.36 MB)

Mei Mei, A Daughter's Song by Dmae Roberts

Stage and Studio
program date: 
Mon, 05/10/2010

 As a special program for Asian Pacific American Heritage month, Dmae Roberts presents her 1990 Peabody award-winning documentary"Mei Mei, A Daughter's Song" This memoir docu-theatre piece is the personal story of cross-cultural and cross-generational conflict produced by Dmae Roberts.

26:35 minutes (24.34 MB)

Robin Hood (2010)


Today on the Old Mole, Denise Morris and I discussed Robin Hood, starring Russell Crowe and directed by Ridley Scott. We went hoping to see some stealing from the rich and giving to the poor, but this version is more about defending the nation-state and the rule of law. Or something.

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