Third Eye Weekly

Premiere DateNov 6, 2014
Categories Media Talk
00:00 Welcome to Episode 131: Cyber Week
01:51 Matt and Jen with the week on BTR, today’s show, and the Lena Dunham “sexual abuse” scandal
09:49 Since You Came Around T. Nile
12:48 Butt Talk, brand new episode this week on BTR!
13:47 Charlie Smith of Great Fire on censorship in China, Part 1
20:33 Matt and Jen with the week in independent media
26:03 Svartur Galdur Obo
29:23 BTR Latin Worldwide with DJ Don Jose, only on BreakThru Radio!
29:42 Charlie Smith of Great Fire on censorship in China, Part 2
35:19 Matt and Jen with your promotional air raid!
35:53 Republican Poets Scott Woods
38:45 Cora Currier of The Intercept on how governments bypass encryption methods, Part 1
44:25 Matt and Jen with the week in underreported news in the mainstream media
49:29 Untying the Knot Panda Bear
52:10 Cora Currier of The Intercept on how governments bypass encryption methods, Part 2
58:03 Another Green World (VELI x VIWO RMX) Aloa Input
63:10 Matt and Jen with a preview of next week’s show!
64:09 Post Election Bailout Blues - Jared Paul
66:27 Finish

Welcome to Third Eye Weekly–a podcast hosted by BTR’s Matthew DeMello and Jennifer Smith for underreported news, the spoken word, and radical conversation to keep you informed.

On today’s show, Charlie Smith of Great Fire joins us to talk about his organization’s efforts in exposing censorship in China both from government authorities and complicit corporate media interests

And later, Cora Currier of The Intercept is on the phone to discuss her recent stories for the independent media outlet, including her latest on secret manuals sold to governments across the world to help undermine the last line of defense for your online privacy.

For further reference, we’ll be discussing the recent Lena Dunham “sexual abuse” scandal (the passage of her book, Not That Kind of Girl, on the subject can be found here) that plagued headlines over the weekend, as well as another of Cora’s stories for The Intercept on the complicity of the American Psychiatric Association with CIA torture during the American occupation of Iraq.

The spoken word segments of today’s show feature the talents of Jared Paul and Scott Woods.

As always, don’t forget to check out our Twitter account for the latest in independent media and underreported news.

The Week in Independent Media:

“Feminist scholars to Obama: End prosecution of Palestinian survivor of sexual torture” (Oct 24, The Electronic Intifada)

“Abbas lauds Sweden’s decision to recognize Palestinian state” (Oct 30, The Jerusalem Post)

“Release of offshore records draws worldwide response” (Oct 29, The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists)

“The trouble with official statistics for ‘justifiable’ police homicides” (Oct 31, Project Censored)

“Nobody Knows How Many Americans the Police Kill Each Year” (Aug 19, FiveThirtyEight)

“Flush with mystery money, Kentucky nonprofit haunts Grimes’ Senate bid” (Oct 29, The Center for Public Integrity)

The Week in Underreported News in the Mainstream Media:

“Report Reveals Wider Tracking of Mail in U.S.” (Oct 27, The New York Times)

“Illinois releases prisoner, bringing wrongful conviction full circle” (Oct 30, Reuters)

“As debate rages, GMO labeling votes loom in Oregon, Colorado” (Oct 29, Reuters)

Update: “Food votes: GMO labels rejected in Colorado and Oregon; Berkeley taxes soda” (Nov 5, Grist)

“Syrian regime denounces Turkey for allowing foreign fighters to enter Kobane” (Oct 30, The Washington Post)

“Peshmerga, Syrian rebels battle Islamic State in besieged Kobani” (Nov 3, Reuters)

“Pirate Bay Co-Founder Found Guilty of Hacking Crimes in ‘Historic’ Case” (Oct 30, Newsweek)

Without further ado …

The Playlist!

The Music!

T. Nile
(Official Tingle & Spark EP cover art)

Obo
(Official Innhverfi cover art)

Panda Bear
(Official Mr Noah cover art)
March 4 – Electric Brixton – London, UK
March 5 – Orangerie – Brussels, Belgium
March 6 – La Gaite Lyrique – Paris, France

Zach Schepis and Lisa Autz have co-hosted BTR's Third Eye Weekly podcast since November 2014. Learn more about Zach and Lisa.
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