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William F. Buckley’s public affairs program Firing Line (PBS, 1966–1999) offered a space for no-holds-barred, honest intellectual combat at its finest. The conservative Buckley hoped to convert viewers, but there was more to it than that. You could actually learn about other points of view, and thereby become a better liberal or a better conservative from watching the show. There is simply no equivalent on TV today. Conservatives have Fox News, liberals have MSNBC, and in more neutral territory we find C-SPAN. Overall, politically oriented broadcasting has become a vast echo chamber (especially on talk radio), with many tuning in largely to have their views confirmed—and to hear the other side vilified. What happened? How did we get from Firing Line to The O’Reilly Factor? And how can we possibly fix things? Hendershot’s talk will provide the historical, regulatory, and political context we need in order to begin to address these very difficult questions.
Heather Hendershot is a professor of film and media in CMS/W. Her book on Firing Line is forthcoming in the summer of 2016.
How serious are ceasefire violations? Why do they happen? How can India end this cycle of violence? Ceasefire violations have become part and parcel of the Indo-Pacific relationship. In January 2018 alone, there were more than 100 ceasefire violations. Hosts Pavan Srinath and Hamsini Hariharan are joined by Pranay Kotasthane and Lt Gen Prakash Menon to decode the events at the border. Lt Gen Menon (ret) has spent 40 years in the Indian army, and has extended operational experience on the Siachen glacier, the Line of Control and counterinsurgency operations in Kashmir. He is now the Director of the Strategic Studies programme at the Takshashila Institution. Pranay Kotasthane is Head, Research Programmes, the Takshashila Institution. Send us your questions, comments and brickbats by writing to [email protected] We are also on twitter at @HamsiniH and @Zeusisdead You can find the Pragati podcast on thinkpragati.com and on your preferred podcast app - we are there everywhere. You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android: https://goo.gl/tGYdU1 or iOS: https://goo.gl/sZSTU5 You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
My take on Hoodlem's 'Firing Line'.
If you don't know about Hoodlem yet, go check out the original 'Firing Line' as well as 'Kintsugi' on their page @hoodlemmusic
This remix is free: heroic.link/hrx020-free
But you can buy it if ya want: heroic.link/hrx020-download
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'Firing Line' by www.soundcloud.com/hoodlemmusic
European Tour Dates
Rat & Co w/ Hoodlem
2 October – UK, London, Hoxton Bar
5 October – UK, Brighton, The Globe
6 October - UK, Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
8 October – France, Paris, Le 114
13 October - Germany, Hamburg, Astra Stube
17 October - Germany, Berlin, Marie Antoinette
Download for free on The Artist Union
Coming this May on 12" and digital
Line em up, knock em down, this ones for all the dancefloor snipers. Die and Mensah link up for the first time with this hybrid style. Firing Line is all about the tribal bass drum, handclaps, and hyper lazer bleeps.
Available here: http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/Info?Track=GF002B