Catch the webcast every other Saturday at 10:30pm
www.mnn.org next webcast,
Special Christmas Day Telecast,
Sunday, December 25, 2005 at 10:00pm
RealPlayer is required and is easily downloaded from the MNN site.
Channels 34 / 107 Time Warner Cable
This Is What Democracy Looks Like!
Tens of thousands of people across the country continue to gather to protest the short-sighted greed of the Bush Administration. Endless Wars and mounting debt for our children is their legacy crafted with human pain.
Tonight's show features speakers and issues from the major demonstrations in Washington DC.
It's articulate. It's passionate. Mostly, it is real
Americans speaking the truth.
Tune in and take action!
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Tuesdays at 9:30 pm on Channel 34
Wednesdays at 10 am on Channel 56
Tuesday, November 22nd and Wednesday, November 23
Special Guests: The Broken Reed Saxophone Quartet
the best musicians in the city are making music on Broadway, in the pits of
orchestras. Some are making music at political at rallies and demonstrations.
Some are doing both. The Broken Reed Saxophone Quartet is a group comprised of
artists who fit into both categories. They are tonight's special guests. Be sure
to stay tuned until the end for the spontaneous rendition of, "This Land Is Your
Land." Great music and an inspiring show.
Tuesday, November 29nd and Wednesday, November 30
what the Bush Administration has been doing to you since they stole an election
and have been using the 911 tragedy to dissolve the Constitution. Find out what
people like you and me are doing about to take them back.
Tuesday, December 6 and Wednesday, December 7
Shaking the Bushes:
How the Bush Family Makes Their Money
How is it that the Bush campaign raised $440 million in their first presidential
election and even more last time? How did George the Junior make his money in
the 1990s? What has George the Elder been up to since 1992 and what crimes has
he been party to? And how exactly did Jeb Bush keep black voters from the
polls in Florida? Greg Palast,
award-winning journalist and author of the recent best seller, "The Best
Democracy Money Can Buy", tells the story of the Bush family and how they
got to be so rich and powerful ... but don't make any connections! Why? The
answer reveals more about the Bush family and their friends than you may want to
know. Don't miss this one!
Tuesday, December 13 and Wednesday, December 14
Special Guest: Evan Greer
Where is the next generation of great singer/songwriters coming from? What will their names be? Songs of Freedom wants to know and give them space and time for you to see them. One of those people you may someday hear about is Evan Greer. Evan is currently touring the country promoting Riot-Folk, a label whose artists are between the ages of 18 and 26. Writing and playing with wisdom beyond his 20 years, he appears on tonight's show. Tune in!
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Time Warner Cable / 7:30 pm Tuesdays, Channel 34
Here are some of the shows you will be seeing this season:
"Celebrate the Heroes" Show #2, a benefit concert for 911 Fire Fighter Families
Joel Landy and Friends in Concert at the People's Voice Café, Show #1
"By the Riverside"
Joel Landy and Friends in Concert at the People's Voice Café, Show #2
"No Blood for Oil" America Says NO! to the Bush Agenda
Danny Schechter and Media Channel analyze media coverage of the Iraq War
Joel Landy and Friends in Concert at the People's Voice Café, Show #3
"The Woody Guthrie Birthday Bash Concert"
"Being NUMBER ONE! And the price we pay for it."
Special Guest: New York City's poet of the streets, Professor Louie
Special Guest: The Brooklyn Women's Chorus
Celebrating the Heroes" Show #1, a benefit concert for 911 Fire Fighter Families
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Thursdays at 1:00pm and 9:00pm on Channel 35/68
Keep tuning in for the best in art and activism!
Not In Our Name! A Vigil For Peace
To commemorate the anniversary of the September 11th tragedy in the name of peaceful tomorrows, and declare that the grief of our people is not a cry for war, the War Resistor's League organized a dusk till dawn vigil at New York City's Washington Square Park which began the evening of September 10th, 2002. Songs of Freedom was there along with thousands of others, including speakers from many nations, musicians of all kinds, and citizens like you and me concerned about the real truth behind the pending war and this country's sad legacy of dominant intent all over the world. People were there to bare witness to the history of brutality and the potential of peace. Although you may not have seen your brothers and sisters making their stand in coverage by the major media, you can join them tonight as you witness this episode. I hope you do!
In Peace and With Strength to us all! - Joel Landy
Featuring the Brooklyn Women's Chorus
Sing with conviction! That's what Bev grant has been doing in New York and around the country for the last twenty years as a song leader and performer. More recently, she has also been the leader and conductor of the Brooklyn Women's Chorus, a group dedicated to social justice music and the concept that we all have voices to share. This was an inspiring show and a special evening. I hope you tune in. You'll be glad you did.
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WEDNESDAY at 4:30 PM on CHANNEL 70
Special Guests: The Broken Reed Saxophone QuartetSome of the best musicians in the city are making music on Broadway, in the pits of orchestras. Some are making music at political at rallies and demonstrations. Some are doing both. The Broken Reed Saxophone Quartet is a group comprised of artists who fit into both categories. They are tonight's special guests. Be sure to stay tuned until the end for the spontaneous rendition of, "This Land Is Your Land." Great music and an inspiring show.
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