Starving for good podcasts

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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby eyeno » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:02 pm

Bruce Dazzling wrote:
eyeno wrote:
Wombaticus Rex wrote:Any recommendations for timeless podcasts that aren't current events commentary? I like the idea of relaxing to something like this but I don't have the patience to listen to people talk about current events and play "newscaster" --- any advice appreciated.


is coast to coast subscription only or do they have an archive? maybe i'm dumb but i just looked and didn't find an archive.


C2C is archived here on a daily basis.

And I find that Red Ice Radio is a good way to satisfy my WOO craving.



Thanx! I just listened to a C2C interview that was pretty cool.

http://www.youtube.com/user/MrSuperpota ... 952279CE65

Coast To Coast AM - 23.8.2011
Hacking & Technology: On Tuesday's show, the "most wanted" criminal of cyberspace at one time, Kevin Mitnick, told his story of how he turned from a renegade into respected security consultant, as well as offered commentary on various computer security and hacking issues in the news today. As a teenager, he became involved in "phone phreaking," a predecessor to computer hacking, in which he pulled off various pranks. In one incident, he changing the class of a friend's parents phone to that of a pay phone, such that when they picked up the phone to make a call, they would get a message saying 'please deposit 20 cents.' He was also able to acquire the private numbers of celebrities, and once got Bruce Springsteen on the phone at his home in New Jersey. As computing became more prevalent, he got heavily involved in hacking, before there were even specific laws on the book against it. He eventually went after developer's source code, hacking into companies that created software. This led to his first arrest, when he was placed in solitary confinement for almost a year, as he was considered a national security risk. When Mitnick was released in 2000 after a subsequent arrest by the FBI in 1995, he was asked to assist the Federal government in helping them combat hacking. At this time, he also began a career on the lecture circuit, speaking about security threats, the way attackers are getting in, the mechanics of ' social engineering,' and how people and companies can better protect themselves. Currently, mobile phones are a target-rich environment for attackers, particularly corporate Blackberries that may have a lot of confidential information, he noted. One way people who use public Wifi (such as at a cafe) can protect themselves is by connecting first through a VPN service, which encrypts their data. Gmail also has a new security service called Two-Step Verification, he said. Mitnick addressed the current generation of hackers, groups such as LulzSec and Anonymous, who take advantage of their linked community to share exploitation tools. Members of these groups have become factionalized with different agendas, some political in nature, he added. Hurricanes & Earthquakes: First hour guest, Mike Smith, one of the world's leading experts in the application of weather science, talked about hurricane Irene and the unusual quakes on the East Coast and in Colorado. The current forecast for Irene poses a threat to southern New England, New York, and New Jersey. He suggested people avail themselves of low cost mitigation measures such as purchasing an electrical inverter which can power electrical appliances or devices via a car's cigarette lighter. Regarding the surprising East Coast quake, people tend to think what's normal is what's occurred in their lifetime, but "New York City has had major earthquakes in 1737, 1783, and 1884...and Boston had a major earthquake, even by California standards, way back in 1755," he noted.
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Postby Freitag » Sat Aug 27, 2011 3:22 am



Yay - glad to see my old thread still getting some use (I used to post as monster).

Here's a recent Binnall of America 'cast that I really enjoyed:

Spontaneous Human Combustion :powerup:

(Link is to the Binnall forum; 'cast link is at the top of the OP.)

It's about time somebody started talking about SponCom!
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby Seamus OBlimey » Sat Aug 27, 2011 4:01 am

Weirdsville.. my going to sleep stuff.. [YAWN]
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby eyeno » Sat Aug 27, 2011 5:00 am

Yay - glad to see my old thread still getting some use (I used to post as monster).




Monster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I remember you!!! Where have you been monster???

:yay
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby eyeno » Sat Aug 27, 2011 5:07 am

And thanx for the binnall monster!
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby Freitag » Sat Aug 27, 2011 5:31 am

eyeno wrote:
Monster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I remember you!!! Where have you been monster???

:yay


Well it's nice to be remembered :bigsmile

I've just been wrapping up six years of school by getting a job that is completely unrelated to my education :eeyaa

By the way, Dark Matters Radio with Don Ecker is pretty good too. I liked his recent interview with Nick Redfern (mp3), for example.
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby crikkett » Sat Aug 27, 2011 12:59 pm

vince wrote:Negativland's Don Joyce has been making a weekly 3-hour radio show called "Over The Edge" on KPFA since 1981!!
You can GET it as a podcast! It's a free-form collage that you might find enjoyable. The subject of his latest ones are called "Your Brain Is God"! Just search KPFA "Over The Edge" and you too can enjoy the show as a podcast!


Thanks for this!
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby semper occultus » Sat Aug 27, 2011 4:00 pm

http://occultsentinel.com/
A podcast covering the hermetic arts, totemism, and various spiritual traditions.

http://gorightly.podomatic.com// the great Adam Gorightly
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby temp-monitor » Fri Sep 02, 2011 9:42 pm

http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2011/09/01/podcast-show-53/

The great Paul Thompson ("Complete 9/11 Timeline") is interviewed by Sibel Edmonds & Peter B. Collins. (Part 1 of 2. Part 2 is available Sept. 9)

Sibel's podcast is (normally) amazingly lackluster, bizarrely inconsequential, and very hit-or-miss.

Thompson is good, if strangely gullible regarding Richard Clarke's recent good cop/bad cop hangout-pony show with Tenet.

Worth a listen. Very strange that it took only 53 episodes for Sibel to cover 9/11 directly.
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby eyeno » Fri Sep 09, 2011 9:23 pm

currently listening to the most recent podcast here. seems to make since so far. haven't listened to a lot of his podcasts but thought I would throw it into the mix before I forgot the link.

http://lifeboathour.podbean.com/
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On edit i see this guy has a well known name. not sure what he is about but i'm sure some people here may.
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby eyeno » Fri Sep 09, 2011 11:09 pm

Catherine Austin Fitts knocks it out of the park on Coast to Coast.


http://www.youtube.com/user/MrSuperpota ... SeWfVxKclM
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby temp-monitor » Sat Sep 10, 2011 1:12 am

Guns And Butter with Bonnie Faulkner. Very small files (10mb) & excellent parapolitical interviews

Archives: http://www.kpfa.org/archive/show/complete/34

Recommended episodes:

John DeCamp, Franklin Scandal (beware of other Franklin Scandal author Nick Bryant, whom Karl Rove has warned against in a "don't look at this limited hangout" fashion): http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/68122 -- fourstar episode

Michael Hudson, economist: http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/68300 AND http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/71485 AND http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/58530

9/11 military drills, with Webster Tarpley (yes, I know, cointelpro huckster & LaRouche ex-spokesman, and he discredits himself on everything but 9/11 & maybe that's part of the honeypot): http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/73129

Russ Baker on "Family of Secrets" (JFK assassination, Bush Cartel): http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/57579 AND http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/60437 Note: Not as good as the Dave Emory interviews with Russ Baker, check those out first HERE: http://spitfirelist.com/tag/russ-baker/

Ellen Brown, economist: http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/61702

Peter Dale Scott: The Coup http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/62560

... and hundreds more ...
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby Six Hits of Sunshine » Sun Sep 11, 2011 11:29 pm

Has anyone mentioned Greg Bishop's Radio Misterioso?

http://radiomisterioso.com/
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Re: Starving for good podcasts

Postby Prac » Mon Sep 12, 2011 8:34 am

You might remember the whistleblower Richard Grove from some years back. He currently hosts the Tragedy and Hope site http://tragedyandhope.com/

The latest Tragedy and Hope podcast is 911 Backdraft / Examining the Crimes 10 years later.

http://peacerevolution.podomatic.com/en ... 7_08-07_00

Its well worth a listen

Specially for the dismissive Wombaticus Rex
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