Friday, December 31, 2010

Medical marijuana patient Ken Unger persecuted in Missouri

Monday, September 27, 2010

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Monday, August 30, 2010

Interview with Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman

The "blind Sheik" was convicted and sentenced to life for being the religious instigator of s 1990s plot to blow up New York City landmarks. Paul DeRIenzo spoke with him at the Manhattan COrrectional Center during the trial in 1995. This is the entire interview.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Walter Kehoe Restores Antique Automatic Instruments

How to hear an entire orchestra for a nickel in 1910. How to hear an entire orchestra for a nickel in 1910. Walter Kehoe purchased a Wurlitzer Style 33-A Mandolin PianOrchestra that was in disrepair. In ten years he rebuilt this machine that had once stood in Coney Island. Hear his amazing story.

Walter Kehoe Restores Antique Automatic Instruments

How to hear an entire orchestra for a nickel in 1910. ;Wurlitzer Style 33-A Mandolin PianOrchestraIn 1970 Walter Kehoe and Phil Crouteau purchased the instrument.

Monday, August 09, 2010

Hiroshima Survivor Emiko Hakada

Survivor of the Atomic bomb that the U.S. dropped on Hiroshima.

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

New York Community Gardens

New York has 600 community gardens, learn about them and what you can do o help in this episode of Let Them Talk with Paul DeRienzo and Joan Moossy and our guest garden volunteer Ellen Belcher.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Lynne Stewart interviewed by Joan Moossy

Jailed activist lawyer Lynne Stewart interviewed by Joan Moossy, co-host of Let Them Talk, in July 2006 in the midst of the trial. In this interview Stewart gives the clearest and most concise telling of the evens that led the government to charge her.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Free Lynne Stewart

Ralph Poynter on US government attacks on defense lawyers.

Thursday, July 01, 2010

Clayton Patterson

Lower East Side activist and artist Clayton Patterson discusses his film Captured, his photography and politics.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

An Act of Political Terrorism

Gaza Freedom Flotila Survivors [HD] ;Mavi Marmara witnesses filmed by Paul DeRienzo at the House of the Lord church in Boreum Hill Brooklyn on Thursday night. This is the speech by Kevin Ovenden a British political activist and passenger on the Mavi Marama when Israeli Defense Forces boarded the ship and killed 9 people.Length:19:38

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Third Street Music School Settlement House

Every summer since 1982, ;Third Street Music School Settlement

Friday, June 04, 2010

Gulf Oil Gusher and NY "Fracking"

Rainforest-preservation activist ;JK Canepa on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

Thursday, June 03, 2010

Thursday, April 15, 2010

To The Last Drop

A novel of water, repression and rebellion.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Rumi Missabu

Rumi Missabu
is nearly ready to cover the song "Interiors" by the band Mirror Mirror in the studio in NYC tonight where he will conclude his GIVE BACK TOUR and return to the Bay Area tomorrow. He wishes to thank each and everyone of you from the heart of his bottom for your effort and support in making his and Francois' stay a joyous and memorable one and will return in the Fall with a myriad of tricks up his sleeve

Thursday, April 01, 2010

NYC Anarchist Film Festival and Book Fair

NYC Anarchist Film Festival

The NYC Anarchist Film Festival honors the life and work of Brad Will, a beloved friend and comrade, murdered by a government sniper in Oaxaca, Mexico on October 27, 2006, as he was filming.

In past years, talented and courageous independent and anarchist filmmakers from around the world have traveled to NYC to screen their brilliant films. The NYC AFF is a community forum to share and experience and discuss politically controversial, artistic, creative and socially diverse media.

The New York City Anarchist Film Festival will consider radical films submissions. Have passionate, inspiring, rebellious and subversive content to share? (The shorter the better!) Please contact AFF Coordinator at:

Monday, March 29, 2010

Marijuana Activist Doug Greene

The latest on the proposed New York law to legalize and tax marijuana. Paul DeRienzo discusses the state of pot in the United States with National Organization for the reform of Marijuana Laws board member and legislative expert Doug Greene.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Penny Arcade's Bad Reputation

A runaway at thirteen, a reform-school graduate at sixteen, a performer in the legendary New York City Playhouse of the Ridiculous at seventeen, and an escapee from Andy Warhol's Factory scene at nineteen, Penny Arcade (born Susanna Ventura) emerged in the 1980s as a primal force on the New York art scene and an originator of what came to be called performance art. Arcade's brand of high camp and street-smart, punk-rock cabaret showmanship has been winning over international audiences ever since. This autobiographical trilogy of plays represents her at her best.

Friday, March 05, 2010

Kim Gibilisco Dances

Kim Gibilisco Dances makes its Joyce SoHo debut with the world premiere of

Monday, March 01, 2010

Issachar Miron on Let Them Talk

Israel's greatest composer. Issaachar Miron is a writer of modern prayers for modern men and women.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Issachar Miron: Reflection on his life

Issachar Miron is the 90 year old composer and musical genius who escaped nazi genocide in Poland to become Israel's greatest composer.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Dana Beal on the Ibogaine conference

Discussing Ibogaine with Paul DeRienzo snd Dana Beal.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Daniel Bodner NYC Artist

Joan Moossy and Paul DeRienzo interview Daniel Bodner on his art. He replaces

Saturday, February 06, 2010

Matthew Langille: Artist and Designer

Matthew Langille is a young designer and artist whose work has been getting a lot of attention. He's interviewed by Paul DeRienzo and Joan Moossy.

Friday, January 08, 2010

Lynette Williams singer and songwriter

Lynette Williams is a singer songwriter with a beautiful voice that&aposs been known to bring folks to tears. Her song writing is unique, simple, joyful and abstract. Her sound is a mixture of tock, folk and jazz with a little twang and indie soul.

Sunday, January 03, 2010

911 Attacks on WBAI

Newscaster and host Paul DeRienzo joined by Marjorie Moore and activist Dana Beal announce the attack on the World Trade Center while live on WBAI-99.5-FM on 911September 11, 2001. WBAI's studios at 120 Wall St. are just a few blocks from Ground Zero.

Elliot Madison Busted for Using Twitter

Pennsylvania State Police arrested Elliot Madison alleging he used Twitter to direct the movement of protesters and inform them about law enforcement actions at last month's summit. FBI agents later executed a search warrant at the 41-year-old's Queens home.

Peter Lance on Emad Salem's 9/11 conspiracy

The jailing of Lynne Stewart by a federal appeals court in New York City puts Peter Lance's work in perspective. Hear the man who says Sheik Rahman was guilty. Hear the tape of the government's chief informant in the case. Then listen to Lynne Stewart in her own words in Stewart's ground breaking interview with Joan Moossy of Let Them Talk. This is an interview conducted by Paul DeRienzo and Joan Moossy of 9/11 researcher and author Peter Lance. It contains a snippet of an audio tape made by a confidential informant Emad Salem of his dealings with the FBI.

Exclusive: Paul DeRienzo Sr. on Three Mile Island

The real story behind Three Mile Island by one of the chief engineers involved with the plants planning and construction. Paul DeRienzo Sr. discusses the last minute changes by Pennsylvania power authorities that may have contributed to the accident. This is the first time the real inside story of the Three Mile Island has been told.

Sarah and Emily Kunstler on their father William Kunstler

Filmmakers Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler explore the life of their father, the late radical civil rights lawyer. The most hated and most loved lawyer in America according to the New York Times.

Elissa Stein co-author of Flow, The Cultural Story of Menstruation

A hip, hilarious, and truly eye-opening cutlural history, menstruation is talked about as never before. 

Priya Warcry on activist Jeffrey "Free" Luers release

In June 2001, 23 year-old forest defense activist Jeffrey "Free" Luers was sentenced to 22 years and 8 months in prison for the burning of three Sport Utility Vehicles (SUV's) in Eugene, Oregon. To make a statement about global warming. Their stated purpose was to raise awareness about global warming and the role that SUVs play in that process. No one was hurt in this action nor was that the intent. On December 16, 2009 Jeff was finally released from prison after serving 9.5 years.