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Issue 275

Issue 275…

  • Fri Jan 5 07:01:01 1996
  • Rank: 100

Rap The Rhyme

Rap The Rhyme…

  • Tue Feb 5 07:01:01 1985
  • Rank: 85

Radio New Internationalist - Landing rights

Today we accompany Indigenous people through battles won and battles won in Africa and the Pacific…

  • Fri Mar 2 13:48:12 2007
  • Rank: 85

Radio New Internationalist - How does your garden grow?

This program gets down in the dirt to ask progressive people from around the world: How does your garden grow? Permaculture may still be seen by many as the fodder of the fringe, but its designs are having profound results stopping starvation, combating climate change, and creating more cohesive communities…

  • Wed Jun 27 16:00:00 2007
  • Rank: 85

Cutting for Stone

An excellent first novel, teeming with memorable characters and dealing with momentous events; the sort of old-fashioned yarn in which the patient reader can become immersed.…

  • Wed Jul 1 03:05:00 2009
  • Rank: 85

Rap The Rhyme

Rap The Rhyme…

  • Fri Jul 8 09:54:00 2016
  • Rank: 85

Cutting for Stone

An excellent first novel, teeming with memorable characters and dealing with momentous events; the sort of old-fashioned yarn in which the patient reader can become immersed.…

  • Fri Jul 8 09:52:00 2016
  • Rank: 85

Radio New Internationalist - Landing rights

Today we accompany Indigenous people through battles won and battles won in Africa and the Pacific. Although these are battles with no gunfire, the cultural and economic injuries are just as momentous. Jim Brooks an Australian human rights lawyer whos worked with Aboriginal people for the last two decades and was the chief administrator on Australias Stolen Childrens Inquiry co-hosts todays program as we start off by exploring the forced removal of Indigenous kids that has shamed countries…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
  • Rank: 85

Radio New Internationalist - How does your garden grow?

This program gets down in the dirt to ask progressive people from around the world: How does your garden grow? Permaculture may still be seen by many as the fodder of the fringe, but its designs are having profound results stopping starvation, combating climate change, and creating more cohesive communities. Get ready for some reasoned realignment as we welcome co-editor of New Internationalist magazine David Ransom, and hear how growing your own veggies is a profoundly political act,…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
  • Rank: 85

Life without the car: A crash through our addiction to cars

They are machines that kill more people than wars…

  • Fri Jul 25 06:54:50 2008
  • Rank: 84

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