Gender Vision - Sex and Gender

In this first episode, Nancy and Gordene speak candidly with medical sociologist, author and intersex activist Esther Morris Leidolf, about bodies and gender that differ from cultural expectations. Esther observes that intersex is more common than cystic fibrosis and Down syndrome combined. Their lively conversation explores the “medical normalization” of intersex bodies and the dangers of simplistic assumptions about sex and gender. This episode (only) contains a discussion in which male and female body parts are explicitly named and issues of gender and sexuality are discussed in a straightforward manner. Parents are advised that young children may be uncomfortable with this adult conversation.

Odyssey 1

Odyssey explores ancient mysteries across the globe! We search out ancient ruins left behind by the Annunaki, or Nephelim of the Bible. We unravel the secrets of the 6000 year old Sumerian Clay Tablets. Amazing photographs with fascinating narrative!

Is Marijuana Analogous to Alcohol?

Proponents of marijuana legalization often compare the drug to alcohol, pointing out the similar effects on the human mind and body. This, they say, argues for ending the prohibition on marijuana and thus significantly de-escalating the drug war. But is the analogy between marijuana and alcohol a medically valid one?

new England Author With Kameel Nasr .mpg, Carolyn Marie Wilkins

Carolyn Marie Wilkins, author of "Mojo for Murder" and other mysteries set in Chicago's South Side, talks about her interest in the paranormal and racial divides in our society. She has been a long-time teacher at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, so she is able to discuss the trends in literacy among young people. As well as being a gifted jazz singer and musician, Wilkins is a skilled writer and an engaging speaker, passionate about justice, upbeat about books.


Freedom is obsolete.

Legalize Democracy

Legalize Democracy is a 30 minute documentary about Move to Amend. Fast-paced and action-oriented, this DVD is a great tool for folks looking to get involved in Move to Amend or help spread the word.

Creation, Genesis and Origins The Big Bang Pt 1

Genesis One and the Big Bang. What does science tell us about our amazing universe, how it got started, and how did the original author of Genesis describe that singular event? What we will discover is that the writer of Genesis got his basic facts right and in the proper order.

Civil Discord - Islam

A discussion on Islam in its historical and contemporary context.

Episode: 005 - Calvin' s Corner - Peter Rabbit

Peter Rabbit: This is a special Easter themed Calvin's Corner show for preschoolers. Preschoolers will meet a live bunny who lives in a condominium and then watch the play Peter Rabbit performed by puppets.

What's Left for February 2 to 8

This week, episode 11 of What's Left considers what faces us, celebrates resistance, and updates and reprises our "Rules of Rightwing Debate" to "inoculate ourselves against the sea of nonsense in which others will try to drown us," which is a really lovely mixed metaphor.

What Are You Reading?

Host Bill Wood Speaks with Maine Reads Director, Sarah Cecil, About the Upcoming Maine Festival of the Book Being Held at USM in Portland April 1 - 3, 2011.

Maine Woods n' Waters "Tree to Table Maple Syrup"

On this program of Maine Woods n' Waters I demostrate how to make Maple Syrup without fancy equipment.

Bookmarks Episode: Equal Is Unfair

Don Watkins of the Ayn Rand Institute discusses his new book "Equal Is Unfair: America's Misguided Fight Against Income Inequality" with welfare researcher Matthew Bruenig.

Your Hit Parade Show 008

Your Hit Parade was a popular American radio and television program, sponsored by Lucky Strike cigarettes and broadcast from 1935 to 1955 on radio, and 1950 to 1959 on television. During this 24-year run, the show had 19 orchestra leaders and 52 singers or groups. Each Saturday evening, the program offered the most popular and bestselling songs of the week. The earliest format involved a presentation of the top 15 songs. Later, a countdown with fanfares led to the top three finalists, with the number one song for the finale. Occasional performances of standards and other favorite songs from the past were known as "Lucky Strike Extras." Note: {This discription of the show was taken from Wikipedia} These episodes of Your Hit parade on Peg Media contain clips of public domain footage of the show. These clips have been edited together by Brian Soucy of Great Falls TV. The original commercial content has been cut out and replaced with currant national PSA’s. New episodes will be uploaded periodically until we have run out of public domain clips of the show.

Durango Library StoryTime "Trains"

Durango is home to the world famous Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. So it's only natural Librarian Amadee reads stories about TRAINS, including: "Trains!," "The Little Engine that Could," "All Aboard! : A True Train Story," "Dinosaur Train," "She'll be Coming Around the Mountain," "Whoo! Whoo! Goes the Train."

Tech Throwback - Episode 15-03

"Tech Throwback" is the show that takes a look at techno trends from way back when. On this episode, we'll check out the following pieces of vintage tech: -Radio Shack TRS-80 Micro Color Computer -TV Play Power "Intellivision" Handset Game -MERLIN Handheld Game by Parker Brothers

Quality of Life: Employee Assistance Program

On this episode of "Quality of Life" guest Pamela Krueger talks about health care and Employee Assistance Programs.

How lawyers become judges

Host Hector Montalvo speaks with two candidates seeking to change how lawyers get appointed as Judges in the Commonwealth. Do they have a point in what they say. You decide.

Subsidizing Culture: Taxpayer Enrichment of the Creative Class

James T. Bennett of George Mason University discusses his new book "Subsidizing Culture: Taxpayer Enrichment of the Creative Class" with James Leach, former head of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

"Conversations from St. Norbert College" featuring Aaron Taylor - September 2016


New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

John Perkins, author of "The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man," discusses the book with financial policy advocate Kyle Hauptman.

Creation, Genesis and Origins Man and Adam

This episode explores the origins of mankind from a biological and anthropological perspective and looks at where the biblical author began his story. The starting points are not the same. Homo sapiens can be traced to Africa millions of years ago, while Adam’s generations, the covenant race, began about 7,000 years ago in southern Mesopotamia.

The Historical Link Between France and Scotland

Scotland - The Historical Link Between France and Scotland A Short History of Scotland with an explanation of the historical link between Scotland and France.

The Supreme Court's History of Comforting the Comfortable and Afflicting the Afflicted

Ian Millhiser of the Center for American Progress discusses his new book Injustices with Lawrence Alexander of the University of San Diego.

Civil Rights Part one

Host Hector Montalvo ask questions about where in government can you find that your rights can be violated. You don't want to miss this show.

The China Model: Political Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy

Daniel Bell, author of the new book "The China Model: Political Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy," discusses the book with Stein Ringen of the University of Oxford.

Bookmarks Episode: Blaming the Poor

In this episode of Bookmarks, Susan Greenbaum of the University of South Florida discusses her new book on poverty, Blaming the Poor: The Long Shadow of the Moynihan Report on Cruel Images about Poverty, with reviewer Bradley Schiller of American University.

Men on Fire - Gospel Music Hour

Welcome to Mr. Sunshine & Friends, one of our Men on Fire Gospel Singers Ed Kalish has provided us with an absolutely marvelous program. I hope and pray it's a blessing to your communities please let us know how you like this program. Rev. Rick Kimball, Men on Fire Gospel Music Hour.

How I Make Monsters

Make up artist Cheryl Bean talks about making monsters as she creates a zombie and a cracked doll.

Adventure Never Stops | Fort Bragg Fishing

Discover Fort Bragg on the beautiful coast of California. Rali and Rick catch big fish experiencing sport fishing for a very first time. In this episode you will learn many interesting facts about fishing and managing Charter Boat business in Fort Bragg. At the end, Rali and Rick explore Glass Beach.

The Pet Adoption Show

pet adoption Thursday, July 4, 2013 - 11:33

Traditional Breads

Manufacturing is alive and growing in Lynn, MA. Join Lou Markakis as he takes a tour of Traditional Breads bakery with Operations Manager, Paul Morrissey and we meet President Fitzroy Alexander during the show.

God Smiles Repentance 2

God Smiles Repentance

Door County Today December

Door County, Wisconsin's local TV show. This month's show, the December 2012 edition, is a reprise of previously broadcast stories and features Ecology Sports/Base Camp, the Door County Land Trust, landscape architect Jens Jensen and writer Norbert Blei.

Door County Today August

The current edition of Door County TODAY, a new TV show from the publishers of the Door County Go Guide™. This month's show features segments on the Edgewood Orchard Gallery, Rock Island State Park, The Clearing Folk School and local wood artist Bill Nelson.

Bass Notes: Jessy Johnsen

Jessy Johnsen plays all original music in this solo-performance episode of Bass Notes.

China: A Class By Itself

An inside look at China working towards the goal of becoming a superpower by the year 2000 via education as the key to modernization.

Base Nation - How U.S. Military Bases Abroad Harm America and the World

In our latest episode of Bookmarks, David Vine, author of Base Nation: How U.S. Military Bases Abroad Harm America and the World, discusses the book with defense consultant Peter Huessy.

The Tennessee Iron Furnace Trail

Few substances have played a larger role or had more of an impact on the peoples of this planet than iron. From approximately 4000 B.C. until the commercialization of the Bessemer process of steel manufacture (1867), iron has been a constant and consistent element in the development of races, cultures, and nations.

The Pet Adoption Show

pet adoption

Voices of Truth - One-On-One with Hawaiis Future

Imagine the surprise University Of Hawaii Professor Williamson Chang got when he discovered the US has been using sleight of hand all these years to claim Hawaii as the 50th state.