Third Eye Weekly

Premiere DateDec 12, 2013
Categories Media Talk
00:00 Welcome to Episode 83: Network Week
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01:47 Matt and Jen talks Network Week on BTR, today's guests, and how we network.
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08:39 Waiting on the Telephone Bleached
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10:25 Serious Business with Travis Harrison, Mondays on BTR!
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10:56 Interview with Alex Garvin, Part 1
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15:40 Matt and Jen with the week in independent media
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18:50 City of Quartz Gold & Youth
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23:09 Latin Worldwide with DJ Don Jose, only on BTR!
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23:30 Interview with Alex Garvin, Part 2
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27:55 Matt and Jen with your promotional air raid!
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28:34 Drunk Text Message To God George Watsky
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33:28 Maximum Music Hour with DJ Mojo, Tuesdays on BTR!
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33:40 Interview with Lawrence Krauss, Part 1
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38:36 Matt and Jen with the week in under reported news
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41:08 Dial School of Seven Bells
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45:53 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus, only on BTR!
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46:06 Interview with Lawrence Krauss, Part 2
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51:38 Thought Ballune Unknown Mortal Orchestra
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55:10 Matt and Jen with a preview of next week's show
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56:17 Computer Love Joshua Walters
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59:19 Finish
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Welcome to Third Eye Weekly — a podcast hosted by BTR’s Matthew DeMello and Jennifer Smith for under-reported news, the spoken word, and radical conversation to keep you informed.

On today’s show, we welcome architect, urban planner, and author Alex Garvin to the show to talk more about the best and worst examples of American city planning.

And later, theoretical physicist, cosmologist and prominent voice in the modern atheism movement, Lawrence Krauss talks about a new movie called The Unbelievers detailing his travels with friend Richard Dawkins to promote free thinking, sans dogma.

This week’s spoken word segments are brought to you by Joshua Walters and George Watsky.

As always, don’t forget to check out our Tumblr and Twitter accounts.

The Week in Independent Media:

“ALEC calls for penalties on ‘freerider’ homeowners in assault on clean energy” (Dec 4, The Guardian)

“Study: Unemployment Benefits Don’t Discourage People from Finding Work” (Dec 4, Bill Moyers)

“Forest Service Bought Drones to Keep Tabs on Pot Growers, Realised it Couldn’t Actually Use Them” (Dec 5, The Huffington Post)

“Cairo court orders release of 23 demonstrators detained under new protest law” (Dec 4, Ahram Online)

“Australia to ‘abolish phony debt ceiling’, continue spending-spree” (Dec 4, RT)

“Greens deal cans debt ceiling cap” (Dec 5, The Australian)

“Australia avoids US-style debt shutdown” (Dec 5, Channel News Asia)

The Week in Under-Reported News in the Mainstream Media:

“BP gets UK government support over US contracts ban” (Dec 3, BBC)

“UK, trade groups tell US court ban against BP unfair” (Dec 3, Reuters)

“Unarmed Man Is Charged With Wounding Bystanders Shot by Police Near Times Square” (Dec 4, The New York Times)

“Unarmed Man Charged In Shooting After Cops Missed Him But Hit Women” (Dec 5, TIME Magazine)

“US unemployment rate falls to 5-year low of 7 percent as employers add 203,000 jobs” (Dec 6, Fox News)

“Jobless Rate Lowest in 5 Years, Raising Odds of a Fed Move” (Dec 6, The New York Times)

“North Korea expands prison camp where inmates dig own graves: Amnesty International” (Dec 5, NBC)

“Photos show scale of North Korea’s repressive prison camps — Amnesty” (Dec 4, CNN)

“Thailand’s Yingluck Shinawatra dismisses calls to step down” (Dec 2, CNN)

“Amid protests, Thailand PM Yingluck Shinawatra dissolves parliament” (Dec 8 — Updated Dec 9, CNN)

“Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra announces election” (Dec 9, BBC News)

Without further ado …

The Playlist!


The Music!

School of Seven Bells
(Official Disconnect from Desire cover art)

Gold & Youth
(Official City Of Quartz cover art)

Bleached
(Official Ride Your Heart cover art)
December 14 – The Glass House – Pomona, CA
December 15 – Soda Bar – San Diego, CA
February 12 – Fascination, Carnival Cruise Lines – Jacksonville, FL

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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