Welcome to "At The Show" with your host Bob.
This week's show is a tribute to Veterans.
01 - President Obama's 2012 Veterans Day Speech 1:20m
02 - The Shirelles - Soldier Boy 2:36m
03 - Freebo - Soldier At War 4:18m
04 - The Doors - Apocalyse Now - 1968 - Unknown Soldier 5:00m
05 - US Army Major J Billington - Vietnam Veterans Tribute, 13th Combat Aviation Battalion Reunion, Fort Rucker, Alabama - May 15, 2010 - The Eagle Cried 5:48m
06 - John Fogerty - Live at Vietnam Veterans - Who'll Stop The Rain 4:01m
07 - Bruce Springsteen - Vietnam 5:15m
08 - Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler - Ballad Of The Green Berets 2:16m
09 - Crosby, Stills & Nash - Universal Amphitheater, LA - 1982 - Treetop Flyer 4:46m
10 - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Roosevelt Raceway, Westbury, NY - 1974-09-08 - Military Madness 3:04m
11 - Arlo Guthrie - Buckeye Lake Music Center, Hebron, OH - 2000-05-27 - When a Soldier Makes it Home 5:29m
12 - Hot Tuna - The Fur Peace Ranch, 2003-10-25 - Death Dont Have No Mercy 6:12m
13 - Blue Oyster Cult - Hollywood - 1981 - Veteran of the Psychic Wars 8:06m
14 - Warren Zevon - First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN - 1990-02-27 - Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner 9:17m
15 - Pink Floyd - JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA - 1987-09-19 - Dogs of War 7:31m
16 - Mark Knopfler - Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany - 2001-06-16 - Brothers In Arms 8:19m
17 - Yes - Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec - 1979-04-18 - Starship Trooper 11:22m
18 - Bob Marley & The Wailers - Stadio San Siro, Milan, Italy - 1980-06-27 - War - No More Trouble 5:18m
19 - The Great Dictator - 1940 - Speech (Charlie Chaplin) with Inception Soundtrack - Time (Hans Zimmer) 4:57m
Youtube link to video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXsoakk3GRk
20 - Roger Waters, Joni Mitchell, Cyndi Lauper, Bryan Adams, Van Morrison - At The Wall, Berlin - 1990-07-21 - The Tide is Turning 6:56m
21 - Crosby, Stills & Nash - Daylight Again - Find the Cost of Freedom 2:35m
Podcast for this show available at http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/64362
The news show of science and reason!
What we have here is this week's Weekly News in Review from harpers.org (and the killradio news team).
This week is short and sweet with no particular long rants (a short one about Andrew Wakefield, yes, but that's it).
Oh, then again U.S. soldiers accidentally killed nine Afghan teenagers "by mistake" and Karzai refuses to accept General David Petraeus' apology. Would you? After all, they didn't mean to kill the kids and their heart was in the right place, eh?
Then again the Brits released their UFO papers from over fifty years of investigations. Now we can see how believers think differently from skeptics. What a surprise!
Beyond that, another week more news.
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The entire Bush Administration belongs in prison for their traitorous anti-Constitutional behavior.
is it time for a commercial yet?