Local, national and international interviews with activists on human rights, civil liberties and animal welfare issues. The show has been on air since the late 1980s.
Women farmers of Gaza and May 2021 bombings by apartheid Israel, Shinzo Abe and his war criminal grandfather, issues of farming and food & the world of war and issues of peacemaking.
His week that was – Kevin Healy Australian activists working with women farmers in Gaza to try to ameliorate the worst excesses of the previous last bombing of Gaza in May 2021 by apartheid Israel – Amy Tacey from Just Food Collective Like grandson like grandfather: historian and author Humphrey McQueen linking Shinzo Abe with his war criminal grandfather. Issues of farming and food – Bob Phelps, Executive Director of GeneEthics Veteran US peace activist Brian Terrell looking at the world of war and other issues of peace making
People's Forum on Ukraine War, 51st meeting of the Pacific Islands Forum in Fiji & how you can enjoy an all expenses paid trip to apartheid Israel
His week that was – Kevin Healy Report back from the People’s Forum on the Ukraine War – Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees and the President of the Medical Association for the Prevention of War (MAPW), Dr Sue Wareham What took place at the 51st meeting of the Pacific Islands Forum in Suva, Fiji – journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan Jessica Morrison, Executice Officer of Australian Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN) explains how you can enjoy an all expenses paid trip to apartheid Israel
First black slave republic Haiti Pt. 2, Rajapaska family impact on Tamils in Sri Lanka, reporting on Palestine and Yemen in contrast to Ukraine, two men Australia could do without & push for deep-sea mining
His week that was – Kevin Healy Part Two of recent history of the first black slave republic, Haiti – PHD candidate and journalist Sasha Gillies-Lekakis The impact of the Rajapaska family on Tamils in Sri Lanka – Renuga Inpakumar from the Tamil Refugee Council (follow their facebook page here for updates and events) Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees on the reporting of violence against Palestinians and Yemenis, in comparison to the coverage of war in Ukraine. Also two Australians we could do without: Scott Morrison and George Brandis The continuing push to mine the sea bed and the equally strong opposition – Nat Lowrey from the Deep Sea Mining Campaign
First black slave republic Haiti Pt. 1, first meeting after signing Nuclear Weapon Prohibition Treaty, collective punishment in Israel and India, report from two weeks in Cuba.
His week that was – Kevin Healy Part one of recent history of the first black slave republic Haiti – PHD candidate and journalist Sasha Gillies-Lekakis First meeting of those who signed The Treaty For The Prohibition Of Nuclear Weapons – Associate Professor Tilman Ruff Dr Binoy Kampmark looks at two countries who practice collective punishment: Israel and India Dr Tim Anderson back from two weeks in Cuba with activists from the Levant
BDS in the US, Philippines election report, Malaysian lawyers demonstrating against political interference in the judicial system, is civil war possible for the US? & Left President for Colombia
His week that was – Kevin HealyBDS in the belly of the beast – Journalist Adrienne Weller Report by the International Observer Mission on the Philippines election in May – human rights activist Peter MurphyLawyers demonstrating in Malaysia about political interference in the judicial system – Malaysian/Australian Lee TanIs civil war possible in the US and much more – anti war activist Kathy KellyLeft president for Colombia – journalist and author Fred Fuentes
New Philippines President, Celtic Folk Show, taking the advice of a pharmacist in Lismore, French National Assembly elections & the failure of the Summit of The America
His week that was – Kevin Healy New Philippines President later this week – Human rights and trade union activist Peter Murphy An activist and broadcaster, what is all means – Anne McAllister presenter of The Celtic Folk Show on 3CR. Emeritus Professor Stuart Rees taking the advice of the pharmacist in Lismore and buying a jam donut Journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan analysing the French National Assembly elections The failure of the Summit of The Americas with journalist and author Fred Fuentes