• Bringing Light Into Darkness – Mon, 11/7 @ 6 pm

    The Brazilian Election of Lula and the Return of Regional Integration Tonight, Dr Guillaume Long joins Bringing Light Into Darkness. Guillaume is a senior policy analyst at the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) who prior to joining CEPR, held several cabinet positions in the government of Ecuador, under President Rafael Correa, including Minister of […]

  • Party Stains – A Weekly Update from Stronger Than Dirt

    Some FEATURED ARTISTS on this week’s Stronger Than Dirt (Saturday, November 5, 8-10pm) include Tomorrow, Halfnelson (Sparks), Iggy and the Stooges, XTC, Salford Jets, Revillos, Primal Scream, Rogers Sisters, lots of new music, as well as the weekly Dusty Diamond. COVER ART OF THE WEEK: After reforming in 1972, the Stooges, under the moniker Iggy and […]

  • Bringing Light Into Darkness

    Being Acculturated to Hate Russia & Why we Should Question Everything our Government & MSM tell us About Ukraine Crisis Tonight, investigative journalist and geopolitical scholar Mike Whitney joins Bringing Light Into Darkness as we examine contradictions in US government and Mainstream Media (MSM) misrepresentations in their framing of the unfolding US-NATO-Russia- Ukraine military crisis […]

  • Bringing Light Into Darkness

    Gaming our Healthcare System by Ripping of the US Public Tonight, our guest Dr James G. Kahn, emeritus professor of health policy, University of California San Francisco & leading researcher in the cost and effectiveness of health intervention programs, and in US health care financing reform joins Show Outline: our guest addresses and/or explicates the […]

  • Party Stains – A Weekly Update from Stronger Than Dirt

    Some FEATURED ARTISTS on this week’s Stronger Than Dirt (Saturday, October 22, 8-10pm) include Milk ‘N’ Cookies, Boys, DMZ, Go-Go’s, The Normal, Honey Bane, Delinquents, Speedies, Dwarves, Embrooks, lots of new music, as well as the weekly Dusty Diamond. COVER ART OF THE WEEK: Die Haut (German for ‘the skin”) were a Berlin based post-punk and […]

  • Meet KOOP Programmer and FCC Reporting Guy – John Hoffner

    John Hoffner started at KOOP in 2007. Nowadays, he and his co-hosts present The Austin Common Radio Hour. We spoke on October 14. Michael A. Brown: Talk about the background and evolution of your show, The Austin Common Radio Hour. John Hoffner: My interest in radio started when I was a kid in New Jersey. […]

  • Bringing Light and Lifting the Fog of US Propaganda with Scott Ritter

    Tonight, our guest Scott Ritter returns to Bringing Light Into Darkness to discuss a host of connected themes regarding historical context and unfolding conditions in the US led Ukraine-Russia NATO conflict. William Scott Ritter a former US Marine Corps intelligence who served with the UN implementing arms control treaties and with General Norman Schwarzkopf in […]

  • Party Stains – A Weekly Update from Stronger Than Dirt

    Some FEATURED ARTISTS on this week’s Stronger Than Dirt (Saturday, October 15, 8-10pm) include the Mojo Men, Jacques Dutronc, Magazine, Department S, Martha and the Muffins, F-Systems, Apples in Stereo, ’68 Comeback, Oblivians, Cobra Killer, lots of new music, as well as the weekly Dusty Diamond. COVER ART OF THE WEEK: The Teenage Filmstars were […]

  • Boots on the Air – Mon, 10/10 @ 2 PM

    KOOP’s series Boots On The Air continues Monday, October 10 at 2:00pm Central / GMT -6. Join US Army vets Michael A. Brown and Perry Jefferies, and KOOP’s Greg Ciotti. You’ll hear four “good news” stories about veterans benefits and health care, an update on Vet the Vote’s efforts to recruit veterans as polling place […]

  • Party Stains – A Weekly Update from Stronger Than Dirt

    Some FEATURED ARTISTS on this week’s Stronger Than Dirt (Saturday, October 8, 8-10pm) include the Easybeats, Soul Survivors, Sweet, Wazmo Nariz, Holly and the Italians, Television Personalities, Flashing Lights, Giuda, Limiñanas, lots of new music, as well as the weekly Dusty Diamond. COVER ART OF THE WEEK: This week’s pick has little to do with cover […]