Mon, 5 February 2007
We are hearing too much "Green and Gold Spin" from the corporate world. And it sounds like PANIC. Its about time to show the pretensions for the global environment amounts to no more or less than clinging on to their privileges and life style.
1. George and the Neo Clingons
The Pink Panther H. Mancini, Melbourne IMC, Prof David Suzuki
length: 29:37 mins. 128 kb/s stereo 27.2 MB
Sun, 4 February 2007
54 mins 38Mb. 96kbps. February 4 2007. Saving the Daintree "Last Call for Karanji"
Ian Browne shares his experience and his expertise in this moving tribute to the splendour and the poetry of the magnificent Daintree rainforest. The majesty of this last pocket of ancient forest is under threat from developers and climate change, and Ian makes a heartfelt appeal for its rescue.
This documentary was created by community radio 2NimFM by local volunteers and producers, using local musicians and talent. Thanks to:
Steve Holt and the band Alkhimiya for the back ground music and sounds. The complete musical tracks are available from music by Alkhimiya and a live concert, posted at http://del.icio.us/nimbinradio/music
The complete sound track of Steven Holt's "Aural Sculptures" is available on CD at Percepcio's bookshop, Nimbin, or Community radio station 2NimFM at firstname.lastname@example.org
Terri Nicholson's CD "Greenwomyn" available from record stores in Nimbin.
Production by Martin Jansen and Warwick Fry
Sound mixing by Warwick Fry and Steven Holt
Written researched, and largely created by Ian Browne.
This podcast will be available on the David Suzuki website.