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tnstaec wrote


  • Democracy Now! - weekday news show, liberal-left activist orientation (insufferable during campaign season)
  • Chapo Trap House - irreverent social democrat commentary



  • Revolutions - so far has covered: English Civil War, American, Haitian and South American wars of independence; and now the Revolutions of 1848

Big Picture: I don't even know how to describe these, but they're all great

Also there's some decent programming on community radio stations, some of which are available as podcasts:

If you have a community radio station in your area, look into what it would take to start an anarchist show. The Final Straw broadcasts on community radio, and KBOO used to have an anarchist show


An_Old_Big_Tree OP wrote

This is great, thanks! Hoping to add them all in to the main post tomorrow sometime.


goof_goat wrote

Some suggestions:

AirGo - "AirGo showcases the strong young voices who shape Chicago and beyond, sharing their stories over the air, on wax, from the stage, and across the city." I really like this podcast because Chicago has a great radical scene and they've had a lot of great organizers and artists on.

Street Fight Radio - 2 anarchists from Columbus, Ohio talk about anarchy, work, drugs, wrestling, and organizing.

Who Makes Cents - A monthly podcast about the history of capitalism


CriticalCompensation wrote

Would you mind adding Critical Compensation to the list? The podcast discusses phenomena around wages and the ways in which employers take advantage of employees and vice versa and ways to fight back. Thank you.