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Filthy-minded historian, Aoife Bhreatnach, explores books from the ‘censored in Ireland’ list. From great literature, mediocre reads, sex manuals, true crime and pulp fiction to memoirs of gay life, thousands of books were censored in Ireland. Were those ‘bad books’ indecent or obscene? Join Aoife as she reads like a smut-obsessed censor, looking for the rude bits in all kinds of books. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to The Censored Podcast with two of the finest young ladies, speaking on all things pop culture, society and just a tad bit of relationships || Hosted by Milene & Tiwalola || Milene Twitter - milenesofia Instagram - milene_sofia Tiwa Instagram - tiwaroberts || Join us on Fridays for some pure entertainment and tea || You can find us on Instagram: @thecensoredpodcast or email: Thecensoredpc@gmail.com || Also use the hashtag #thecensoredpodcast to show us some love !
 
The Project Censored Show is a weekly public affairs program that airs Fridays from 1-2 P.M. Pacific time on KPFA Pacifica Radio. The program is an extension of the work Project Censored began in 1976 celebrating independent journalism while fighting media censorship and supporting a truly free press. The program focuses on The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on ...
 
We are Project Censored and after 40 years of creating an annual book showcasing media censorship we are bringing the fight to your ears and eyes. The Project Censored Show is a weekly public affairs program that discusses independent journalism, media censorship, deconstructing propaganda, and supporting a truly free press. The program focuses on “The News That Didn’t Make the News” and each week we conduct in depth interviews with guests and offer hard hitting commentary and analysis on th ...
 
Join me as I explain the world and the creatures in them, along with the help of friends and special co-hosts. Beyond Censored, although started by me, is a collaborative effort to put something online in hopes that people will hear it and subscribe...which you should, but also to just have a conversation and maybe ridicule the world along the way!
 
Ever wonder why people are not asking the questions we are all thinking? I think people are afraid to hurt feelings, well screw your feelings! We grew up in the times where you had to grow a pair or get your ass kicked,...and often. If you were raised in a house that disciplined you by counting to three...well this may offend you or even make you cry.New Podcast every Friday. Music: by https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
 
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Prof. Aviva Chomsky joined Mickey for a Zoom lecture in April 2021, an event presented by Project Censored and KPFA radio.The occasion was the release of her new book, which revisits Central American history, especially the wars of the 1980s andtheir ongoing consequences. This week's program presents excerpts from that event. Notes: This is a rebro…
 
A new law requires GMO foods to be labeled. ** Several restrictions apply. ICE detainments soar to over 22,000 under Biden, that’s 7,000 more than under Trump. But hey, at least we got rid of Trump! PLUS Texas is all of a sudden on a fault line, US government moves to end daily COVID-19 death reporting by hospitals & more! liberapay.com/leecamp art…
 
It is no mystery why this novel was banned: the previous two novels in The Country Girls trilogy were also blacklisted. But in this short, punchy novel, O’Brien attacked many sacred cows. No Irish tourist board would promote a pushy brass-necked woman like Baba. Kate is married to one of the worst husbands in literature. The sex scene is an extende…
 
Ep.31 is first episode of 2022, and it's a great pleasure to have Alfonso Fiore, the Chief Product Officer of HappyFresh as a guest on the show. We really deep dived into his CPO role, trying to understand how he prepared for the role, what changes he made after joining and how his career failures spurred him to the success that he has achieved to …
 
Last year, Chinese producers released The Battle at Lake Changjin, a big-budget war movie celebrating a 1950 Chinese victory against US forces in the Korean War. The New York Times criticized the movie as a militaristic intervention by Chinese authorities into popular entertainment for propaganda purposes. However, media scholar Robin Andersen, wri…
 
We are back with another episodes, where this week we discuss why having the “talk” with your children is important, people over sharing their private lives on social media and much more ! Have a listen and join in the conversation using the hashtag - #thecensoredpodcast. || Hosted by Milene & Tiwalola ||Milene Twitter - milenesofia Instagram - mil…
 
Mickey presents a discussion between political scientist Aaron Good and author David Talbot on the subject of the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy. This conversation is excerpted from a recent interview Aaron Good did for his new podcast series, "American Exception." Talbot explains why “Bobby was the original conspiracy theorist” about th…
 
Welcome back to us and you! As we trudge into a new year, it seemed like a good time to reflect at the roots - throwing into focus the architects of oppression beyond tiny viruses and annoying bosses. PLUS a look at how science is catching up to the inherent, how the boat carpets could help save the ocean, and MORE! liberapay.com/leecamp artkilling…
 
How did a desert romance saturated with sex escape the censor’s attention? The novel, and later the film, were cultural phenomena: more than one cocktail recipe paid homage to The Sheik. It is interesting that Diana reminds the Sheik of one of his thoroughbred horses Ellen Turner Contemporary reviewers did condemn the novel for its sexual content E…
 
Join us in discussing entitlement between men and women, friends expecting their meals to be paid for, people going broke for “lifestyle” and much more ! Have a listen and join in the conversation using the hashtag - #thecensoredpodcast. || Hosted by Milene & Tiwalola ||Milene Twitter - milenesofia Instagram - milene_sofia Tiwa Instagram - tiwarobe…
 
How can the arts play a role in addressing the global climate crisis? A December 2021 exhibit at the Ceres Gallery in Manhattan, Earth on the Edge, curated by M. Annenberg, featured the works of 12 artists on the subjects of climate change and mass extinction. In the first half of this week's show, Mickey speaks with two artist/activists whose work…
 
Independent journalist Kevin Gosztola of Shadowproof.com returns to the program to deliver another update about the Julian Assange extradition case in the UK, and its disturbing implications for press freedom. Then we hear a rebroadcast of an interview from earlier this year with Project Censored’s Andy Lee Roth where he spoke about the New Gatekee…
 
Yes we are finally back after a short time off ! So join us in discussing a new list of men not to date, being held accountable for our choices and much more !Have a listen and join in the conversation using the hashtag - #thecensoredpodcast. || Hosted by Milene & Tiwalola ||Milene Twitter - milenesofia Instagram - milene_sofia Tiwa Instagram - tiw…
 
Mickey, Chase and their guests analyze the October 11-12 mass deletion of pages or accounts by Facebook and Twitter. The two social-media giants eliminated over 800 pages, many of them from independent-journalism or anti-establishment-politics sites. Notes: Mnar Muhawish is editor-in-chief at Mint Press News, and is concerned that Mint Press might …
 
Our first guest, Dan Kinsley, presents a new approach to journalism, based on blockchain technology. His organization, the Civil Media Company, employs blockchain to raise funds for online-journalism enterprises, and also to empower those enterprises to collectively enforce high standards of reporting. In the second half of the program, independent…
 
Nothing got past the beady-eyes of the censors, who decided a book about literary celebrity was indecent. The vigilantes who policed the bookshops were equally sharp, initiating a prosecution when ‘Cakes and Ale’ was on sale openly. It’s subtitle was ‘The Skeleton in the Cupboard’ hinting that it is about a dirty shameful secret. It’s a great tease…
 
Program Summary: Project Censored's new annual volume will soon be available. "State of the Free Press 2022"includes the well-known 'Top 25' censored stories of the preceding year, as well as many more chapters of media analysis.Andy Lee Roth and Steve Macek of Project Censored spend the hour with Mickey to discuss the new book, and also explain Pr…
 
Ep.30 is last episode of 2021, and we have Daniel Walters, the CPTO of Weirdly. Our first guest based out of New Zealand was based in Malaysia for 10 years and straddled a myriad of top C-level positions from CIO, to CTO to his current CPTO. We cover topics like the rise of the CPTO role, autonomy vs alignment, working with a CPO as a CIO and compa…
 
Project Censored's new annual volume, "State of the Free Press 2022,” has just been released from The Censored Press. It includes the well-known 'Top 25' censored stories of the preceding year (which are found freely at their website), as well as many more chapters of media analysis. Andy Lee Roth and Steve Macek of Project Censored spend the hour …
 
Program Summary: Author Chris Hedges also teaches college-level courses for New Jersey state prison inmates. His new book, “Our Class,” explains what happened when Hedges taught a dramatic-literature course to inmates, then helped them write a play of their own – “Caged” – based on their personal life events. As well, the inmates' stories illustrat…
 
We're back for a short but (mostly) sweet episode starting off with a hearty congrats to Honduras for bucking US imperialism! Next up, we take a look at vaccine apartheid and how it's pushing even the likes of the IMF & World Bank into suggesting that poor people are people too. PLUS an awards ceremony for the frontlines, and how to side step the p…
 
Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and author Chris Hedges also teaches college-level courses through Rutgers University for the New Jersey state prison system. His latest book, “Our Class,” explains what happened when Hedges taught a dramatic-literature course to inmates, then helped them write a play of their own – “Caged” – based on their persona…
 
Scrutinised by two censorship boards, this novel is a moving exploration of lonely spinsterhood under patriarchal Catholicism. I’ve always been fascinated by boarding houses because they are such marginal spaces in our residential landscape. Aoife Bhreatnach Fr Quigley is one of Moore’s many critical representations of Catholic clergy. Sinéad Moyni…
 
With the largest prison population in the world, it's high time to free some...birds? Meanwhile an innocent man, Julius Jones, is saved from death row at the 11th hour, but still facing a life sentence for a crime he didn't commit. PLUS Nicaragua bucks US imperialism once again and we dive into the shadowy history of evolution. A portion of this we…
 
Should a political lobbyist and real estate investor also be the owner of a major regional newspaper that happens to have bought up the most of the competition? Northern California's Sonoma County provides a case study: lobbyist/investor Darius Anderson is also a principal owner of the county’s largest and primary daily newspaper for all of Norther…
 
This week the censored podcast discuss the importance of checking on one’s mental health, escorting and the stigma around it and much more ! Have a listen and join in the conversation using the hashtag - #thecensoredpodcast. || Hosted by Milene & Tiwalola ||Milene Twitter - milenesofia Instagram - milene_sofia Tiwa Instagram - tiwaroberts || Join u…
 
The number of people in ICE detention had already doubled in June compared to Trump's presidency. But hey, at least it's a Democrat caging children! The John Deere strike has ended - and the IATSE strike never began. Here's what the power of workers organizing can do - and how union bosses can play the villain even better than corporate bosses. St.…
 
This week we present a rebroadcast of a speech delivered one year ago by journalist Chris Hedges.In a Zoom speech shortly after the 2020 election, Hedges spoke about the deeper forces of political and economic decay afflicting the US. This episode contains Hedges' complete speech, titled "The Culture of Despair." Notes: Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer-P…
 
‘Oh, James’ is a catchphrase from the Bond films, said by hot girls in breathy, sexy voices. When the love interest says it in ‘Diamonds are Forever’, she is disappointed. A bit like me, reading this book. As critics have pointed out, the function of the Bond girl it to reflect Bond back to himself – she’s more a plot device than a character. I fou…
 
Join us this week in our discussion on whether the future is looking more like a virtual reality, whether it’s easier to just date your friends and much more ! FIRST VIDEO ALERT 🚨 Yes we have finally decided to put out a video for this episode so head over to our YouTube channel - The Censored Podcast - like, share and subscribe! Have a listen and …
 
Online journalist Kevin Gosztola returns to the program to deliver an update about the Julian Assange extradition case in the UK, and its disturbing impacts for press freedom. Then in the second half, Eleanor Goldfield tells about the remarkable range of issues in which Wikileaks has obtained and published secret documents. Kevin Gosztola is the ma…
 
On this week's LIVE recording, Lee and Eleanor dig into the predictable failure of Dems in VA, and the power of labor organizing vis a vis cabbies in New York, and coal miners. PLUS the terrorist mindset of the prison industrial complex, mutual aid for a new future and MORE! liberapay.com/leecamp由Lee Camp, Eleanor Goldfield
 
Independent journalist Kevin Gosztola returns to the program to deliver an update about the Julian Assange extradition case in the UK, and its disturbing impacts for press freedom in the US and around the world. Then in the second half, journalist and filmmaker Eleanor Goldfield discusses the remarkable range of issues in which WikiLeaks has obtain…
 
Mickey's guest for the full hour is media scholar Victor Pickard of the University of Pennsylvania.They discuss Pickard's 2019 book, "Democracy Without Journalism?" Pickard describes the dimensionsof recent years' precipitous drop in the employment of reporters, and its likely consequences for society.He explains the historical roots of this new cr…
 
This novel is the further adventures of Caithleen and her sidekick Baba in the big city, as they search for fun, love and a free meal. A sequel to ‘The Country Girls’ (1960) it was automatically banned by a board who hated its author. · There was no such thing as a safe book. The Caithleens of Ireland – young women – were especially susceptible to …
 
COP26 is in full swing, so here's a look at what the COP(out) really means in terms of necessary action, not least of all on the conference hot topic subject of deforestation. ProPublica has done what the EPA won't: actually look at air pollution in every neighborhood in the U.S. Spoiler alert: the outlook is smoggy and grim. PLUS The Washington Po…
 
Phew, it's been a helluva week. We're starting on a fun note bc there ain't much fun to report. Our justice system which is criminal (aka criminal justice system) takes aim at Assange and Donziger in the same week. And as Canada proves once again it could give a shit about reconciliation, the US reconciliation bill proves it could give a shit about…
 
Program Summary:With British courts nearing a possible decision on whether to extradite Julian Assange to the U.S., Jeff Mackler speaks to Mickeyabout the campaign to free Assange (the founder of the Wikileaks web site). Then we hear a conversation with online journalist Kevin Gosztola about the Assange case, as well as cases of several U.S. whistl…
 
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