Past shows

For more recent podcasts, click here for a list of radio shows. Click on the page for the audio.

2010 and earlier

Jul 17: Immigration, the constitution, state’s rights and the ACLU


Jun 26: Rose Aguilar: “Red Highways: A Liberal’s Journey into the Heartland”


Jun 19: Spew baby, spew & what does it mean to be a dad?


Jun 12: Tony Schinella talks Sharron, Nikki, Carly, and Meg; plus thoughts on BP, Publisher of


Jun 05: Risk, Kids Killing, Angry Prez, MA Dems


May 15: Harvard/Yale, Catholic/Jewish, NY/NJ, not much published, Dean Velvel, Massachusetts School of Law


May 1: Why you can’t run the economy like a business!; Timothy Taylor, Managing Editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives

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May 22: Does Rand Paul = Tea Partiers?? Do Tea Partiers = Repubs?


Apr 24: Goldman, corruption, and why they won’t respect us in the morning; Stephan G Richter, The Globalist

Goldman, corruption, and why they won’t respect us in the morning.

Apr 17: Obama’s new policy on nukes – long overdue or threat?; John Loretz, IPPNW

John Loretz: Nukes

Apr 10: What does a tax system say about a society?


Apr 3: Rosalind Wiseman author of Queen Bees & Wannabees


Mar 27th: Richard Wrangham: What makes us Human?


Mar 20: replay – Jerry Coyne, “Why Evolution is True”


Mar 13: on the radio – AIG pay and Glenn Beck annointing himself


Mar 6: Guns and Burkas


Feb 13: Dr Kerim M. Munir and Don Leka



(to listen to prior shows, click “Radio Shows” on the left sidebar, scroll down to the post describing the show, and click on the audio icon at the bottom of the post)

2009-01-23: Tony Schinella,

2009-01-16: David S. Bernstein; Boston Phoenix

2009-12-26: Tom Clark; Director, Center for Naturalism; Moderator, Harvard Book Store Philosophy Cafe

2009-12-19: Dr. Geoffrey Clark, M.D., (retired), Portsmouth, NH and Don Leka, Musician and (self-described) Recovering Lawyer

2009-12-12: Brenda Ekwurzel, Federal Climate Scientist, Union of Concerned Scientists and Mark Alston-Follansbee, Executive Director, Somerville Homeless Shelter

2009-12-05: David Bernstein of the Boston Phoenix and Tony Schinella of

2009-11-07: Tibor Fischer, author “Good to be God”

2009-10-24: Carol Rose, Executive Director, ACLU of Massachusetts

2009-10-03: John Loretz, Program Director, at International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War

2009-09-26: Tom Clark; Director, Center for Naturalism; Moderator, Harvard Book Store Philosophy Cafe

2009-09-19: Jerry Coyne, PhD and Professor of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Chicago

2009-09-12: Ken Rynne from Planet Washington and Tony Schinella, publisher of

2009-08-15: Brooks Jackson of

2009-08-01: George Mokray of

2009-07-25: Tony Schinella of and Professor Scott Brewer of the Harvard Law School

2009-07-25: Dr. Susan Heilman of the Museum of Science and Steve Bloomstein of the Turimiquire Foundation

2009-07-11: Tibor Fischer, author

2009-06-27: Craig Sandler of the State House News Service

2009-06-20: Ned Holstein of Fathers and Families Fathers

2009-06-06: Rev Katherine Ragsdale of the Episcopal Divinity School and Craig Sandler of the State House News Service

2008-08-09: Wick Sloane, writer of The Devil’s Workshop, for Inside Higher Education and Scott Schuppen, adjunct instructor of English Composition at The College of DuPage in Illinois

2008-08-09: Brian X, veteran of the produce industry (!)

2008-07-26: KL McLoughlin, author of Baby Steps

2008-07-26: Chris Ott, Communications Manager for the ACLU of Massachusetts

2008-07-19: Tony Schinella, publisher of

2008-07-19: Craig Sandler, Owner and General Manager of the State House News Service

2008-07-19: Dedrick Muhammed, Senior Organizer and Research Assoc for the Program on Inequality and the Common Good at the Institute for Policy Studies

2008-07-12: Quil Lawrence, Middle East Correspondent for PRI’s The World, award-winning journalist, and author of “Invisible Nation: How the Kurds Quest for Statehood is Shaping Iraq and the Middle East”

2008-06-28: Ed O’Reilly, challenger of John Kerry for US Senate

2008-06-21: John Loretz, Program Director of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War

2008-06-14: Ned Holstein, Founder of Fathers and Families

2008-06-14: Tom Clark, moderator of the Philosophy Cafe at the Harvard Book Store

2008-05-31: Robin Dahlberg, senior staff attorney with the ACLU’s Racial Justice Program

2008-05-17: Tom Clark, moderator of the Philosophy Cafe at The Harvard Bookstore

2008-05-17: Mark Alston-Follonsbee, Executive Director of the Somerville Homeless Coalition

2008-05-10: Dedrick Muhammed, author of the report 40 Years Later: The Unrealized Dream, a project of The Institute for Policy Studies

2008-05-10: Wayne Madsen, author of the book “Overthrow a Fascist Regime on $15 a Day: The Internet Irregulars vs. The Powers That Be!”

2008-05-03: Dr. Ana Julia Jatar – Fellow, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, John F Kennedy Center of Government, Harvard University

2008-04-26: Tony Schinella, Journalist and Editor of

2008-04-19: Greg Epstein, Humanist Chaplain, Harvard University

2008-04-12: Tom Clark, Director of the Center for Naturalism, moderator of the Philosophy Cafe at the Harvard Square Bookstore

2008-04-12: Dr. Lobsang Sangay, first Tibetan to earn a doctoral degree from Harvard Law School

2008-04-05: Craig Sandler, owner and General Manager of State House News Service

2008-04-05: Dr. Marc Sommers, author, “Fear in Bongoland: Burundi Refugees in Urban Tanzania”, which received the 2003 Margaret Mead Award

2008-03-29: Dr. Lobsang Sangay, a regular consultant on Tibetan issues for major news media, including the BBC, the Washington Post, Boston Globe and TIME magazine.

2008-03-29: Michael German, ACLU National Security Policy Counsel and former undercover FBI agent who infiltrated neo-Nazi Terrorist groups in the United States

2008-03-22: Robin Bergman, Alan Frankel, George Barrett, and Marc Sacks of

2008-03-08: State Senator Pamela Resor (D – Acton) and Isa Woldeguiorguis of Jane Doe Inc.

2008-02-16: George Mokray; writes Solarray and a diary on Daily Kos

2008-02-02: Tony Schinella; Journalist and Editor of

2008-02-02: James Otieno, Kenyan-born business executive turned philanthropist

2008-01-19: Toni K. Troop, Director of Development and Public Relations, Jane Doe Inc.

2008-01-12: Don Leka, Attorney and Musician

2008-01-05: Tony Schinella; Journalist and Editor of

2007-12-21: Cheryl Jacques, leader in the gay civil rights movement and former MA State Senator with Jennifer Crisler, Executive Director of the Family Equality Council

2007-12-15: Andres Silva, Senior Loan Officer at ACCION

2007-12-08: Craig Sandler, Owner and General Manager, State House News Service

2007-12-01: Mark Alston-Follansbee, Executive Director of the Somerville Homeless Coalition

2007-11-24: Sam Clark, ScD Public Health, Researcher, Ethiopia

2007-11-17: Tom Clark, Director, Center for Naturalism and Kate Moriarty, Vice Chair, Board of Trustees; Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project

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