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…some of them we talk about, some of them we don’t (which may cause Jaz to explode).

Bill Scher does NOT talk about Donald Trump, thankfully.

Tom Pappalardo makes some pretty bold statements about hipsters…and probably wishes we’d stopped there.

And Bill talks to Deb Katz of the Citizens Awareness Network about how people who think the nuclear disaster in Japan can’t happen here are deluding themselves.

 

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Wednesday 13 April 2011 - File Audio
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2011-03-08 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
Terrible Tuesdays

Bill and Jaz are suffering from sleep deprivation, flooding, and an infestation of ants, just to name a few things. Nerves are starting to fray. Luckily, Bill Scher and State Senator Stan Rosenberg are on the phone to bring calm and order to the day’s proceedings.

Also, I’m not sure why you can barely hear Bill in the first few moments, but it seemed to correct itself.

 

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Tuesday 8 March 2011 - File Audio
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2011-03-02 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
Saved by the Bob

After our scheduled guest had to postpone at the last minute, the ever-entertaining Bob Flaherty rescues us with his usual blend of humor and human interest stories. His latest column for the Daily Hampshire Gazette covers former Amherst resident Kimi Takesue’s documentary about Uganda, “Where Are You Taking Me?”

Once again, Bill makes his case against casinos, and pleads his case for an even better idea.

As always, Bill Scher gives us the scoop on the political lay of the land in his Progressive Breakfast.

 

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Wednesday 2 March 2011 - File Audio
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2011-02-23 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
A Really Full Show…

There’s so much show, and so little time (and room!) to fit it all in!

First we get an update from Bill Scher about what’s happening in Wisconsin.

Then we get a visit from Bob Cilman, Diane Porcella, Ed Sullivan, and Ed’s alter ego Tom Mahnken to talk about the last of the Four Sundays in February, the 20th anniversary of The Really Big Show happening this Sunday.

Finally, we talk to Andrea Miller, executive director of NARAL Massachusetts, about the systematic attack on women’s health programs and reproductive rights, and how you can help.

 

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Wednesday 23 February 2011 - File Audio
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