The Fatbeard Radio Programme Four

58:00 minutes (53.11 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour- The Best of the DJBC Happy Hour: WOBN Edition (Part 1)

57:54 minutes (53.02 MB)

Originally Aired on Sept. 26, 2011

Bryan talks about Homecoming and about his college days, and the show's college days.

"Scenes from a Zero Year Reunion"- about a Senior class party at Otterbein
"Productions Director 101"- about what a productions director does

There to Learn and Share - September 27, 2011

26:09 minutes (23.95 MB)

In this episode Hannah Berkeley Cohen, a student from the University of Pittsburgh, shares the difficulties she faced acclimating herself to aspects of Bangladeshi culture. She talks about the relationships she created and the things she saw, including a garment factory, a Bangladeshi wedding, and life in the slums, during her 4-month long trip. She also talks about the work she did with Grameen Bank, as well as Amader Gram.

The Beat Oracle - 09/24/2011

116:06 minutes (115.21 MB)

Yesterday's Top Secrets - YTS-288--SEP23

58:50 minutes (80.64 MB)

Feminist Remix #4

56:22 minutes (51.61 MB)

Troy Davis Conscious Voices special

59:02 minutes (54.05 MB)

Street Fight with Brett Payne and Bryan Quinby - 9/22/2011

58:03 minutes (53.15 MB)

So we actually record our shows on Wednesday, which means as we were recording the government was killing Troy Davis. We talked for a bit about the uselessness of a system that essentially comes down to a stack of papers with the correct signatures on them taking a man's life.

Also, big news this week, apparently there's a class war going on according to the government!! We unveiled their lies and talked about what real class war is. We discussed the people who are coming out to defend the so called "millionaire tax" and how the suppression of working class people has been occurring for 30 years with no mention of class war.

Overall it was actually a pretty serious show, there wasn't much to joke about when you're standing by hoping that a man isn't killed.

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Talk of the Town - Harvest Festival

60:41 minutes (55.56 MB)
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