Podcasts

Podcasts

Podcasts

wmua louise

Thursday, January 28, 201601/28/2016

WMUAnarchy

In Bill Newman

1.28- Bill and Monte speak with WMUA community members on the UMass administration’s decision to cut community programming.

grandchamp

Wednesday, January 27, 201601/27/2016

Female Boxing’s Champion

In Bill Newman

1.27- Bill speaks with Gail Grandchamp, former amateur and pro boxer turned trainer and motivational speaker, paving the way for women in boxing. Vaya con Muñoz with Natalia Muñoz and Waleska Lugo-DeJesús speak on the Healing Racism Institute of the Pioneer Valley.

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Tuesday, January 26, 201601/26/2016

413 Battle League Jan 16 2016

In Unfiltered

 

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Tuesday, January 26, 201601/26/2016

On The Money (1/27/16)

In On the Money

Does the current market correction mean we are headed for a recession? What does an election year typically do to…

max page

Tuesday, January 26, 201601/26/2016

Are You Ready For Some Football (Debt)?

In Bill Newman

1.26- Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts (PHENOM) founder and UMass Professor Max Page speaks with Dr. Steven Conn, the W.E. Smith Professor of History at Miami University in Ohio on football stadiums. Plus, Noelle Hanrahan on President Obama’s ban of solitary confinement for imprisoned juveniles.

josh silver

Monday, January 25, 201601/25/2016

Does the ACLU Represent.Us?

In Bill Newman

1.25- Bill speaks with ACLU Massachusetts Legal Director, Matt Segal and Director of Northampton and D.C. based Represent.Us Josh Silver.

noah smith

Saturday, January 23, 201601/23/2016

Western Mass Business Show 1.23.16

In The Western Mass. Business Show

Ira talks with Noah Smith from Common Media.

natalia munoz

Saturday, January 23, 201601/23/2016

Vaya Con Muñoz 1.23.16

In Vaya Con Muñoz

Natalia Muñoz speaks with Janine Fondon, founder of UnityFirst.com

roberto gonzales

Friday, January 22, 201601/22/2016

Bring Us Your Tired, Your Poor…

In Bill Newman

1.22- Author Roberto Gonzalez on his new book on immigration, “Lives in Limbo.” Mount Holyoke Physics Professor and founder of the Sci-Tech Cafe Kathy Aidala. A Boogie for Bernie and Art in the Valley this weekend.

umass

Thursday, January 21, 201601/21/2016

Can Architecture Be Inclusive?

In Bill Newman

UMass professors Max Page and Joseph Krupcynski; NYT best-selling author Jacqueline Sheehan on her new book “The Center of the World;”
The Reverend and the Rabbi with Rev. Peter Ives and Greenfield ‘s new rabbi, Andrea Cohen-Kiener.

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Making headlines this week

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A look back at some of the biggest newsmakers this week and the headlines you may have missed.

2 days ago in National

Teen pregnancies hit historic low

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The annual survey shows the continuation of a downward trend that began in 2006 and continued through 2014, the latest year of complete data, when nearly 250,000 babies were born to girls and women aged 15 to 19.

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U.S. high court approves rule change to expand FBI hacking power

A lock icon, signifying an encrypted Internet connection, is seen on an Internet Explorer browser in a photo illustration in Paris in this April 15, 2014 file photo.

The Supreme Court on Thursday approved a rule change that would let U.S. judges issue search warrants for access to computers located in any jurisdiction despite opposition from civil liberties groups who say it will greatly expand the FBI's hacking authority.

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Biden visits Iraq in show of support amid multiple crises

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U.S. Vice President Joe Biden met Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and other top officials in unannounced visits to Baghdad and Erbil on Thursday to show support for a government battling Islamic State amid political and economic crises.

2 days ago in National, World

No wall, but more high-tech gear, fencing sought by U.S. border agents

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The modest scope of the requirements, details of which were contained in internal emails seen by Reuters and described by Border Patrol officials in interviews, contrasts sharply with calls by Republican presidential candidates for more drastic measures to secure the border.