Grateful Dread Public Radio
Fare thee well, GDPR, my only true one…
What’s up with Persistence Radio with Natalie Davis? It is on hiatus; it shall return. (Fingers crossed.) We’re dealing with a couple of things here: The host has been dealing with some ongoing medical issues; she is recuperating and champing at the bit to return … but then there are … Technical issues. The death […]
Happy new year from Nashville, y’all! GDPR REVOLUTION99 has a new URL – http://GDPRrevolution99.com – and we’re hosted by the same broadcast company, but on a brand new server. Our signal is clearer and stronger than ever before! Tune in and turn on!!! If you’re not a GDPR patron or supporter, this is a great […]
Join GDPR for our annual yuletide celebration: 24 Hours of Christmas — multigenre holiday sounds, comedy, classic old-time radio including Christmas staples It’s A Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol, and Miracle on 34th Street (featuring the original movie casts!), and more! Starting midnight Central Time, make us your holiday’s soundtrack.
A hearty congrats to the WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour, a longtime member of the GDPR family, which is about to hit national network TV!
Programming note: Saturday at midnight, a science march episode of TO THE POINT airs; at 1 am, it’s a special ep of THE NICOLE SANDLER SHOW featuring Bernie Sanders.
Very sad news to report: Free Speech Radio News after 17 years of providing news programming, is ending its operations.
I cannot express fully how pleased and proud we are to add the venerable Peace Talks Radio to our broadcast roster. The show will air as part of our Revolution Saturdays at 8pm Central/9 pm Eastern, right between the peace-minded programs Clearing the FOG and Talk Nation Radio. Peace Talks Radio is a thoughtful program […]
We soon will become part of Patreon.com in an effort to give you another way to show your support for the work of GDPR REVOLUTION99. In the midst of the process, we put together a cool little video slide show. What do you think?
Keep up with returns as they come in with Benjamin Dixon, David Pakman, and Sam Seder.