Please note that this site is best viewed through Firefox 3.0, Safari 1.0, Opera 6.0, Netscape 6.0, Internet Explorer 8, Chrome 1.0, or more recent versions of any of these browsers. Please send any comments via our Contact form.
Please select the "Current Broadcast MP3" item under the "For Stations" button in the navigation bar above.
Read a partial interview transcript with Pete Seeger conducted by Between The Lines' Scott Harris on June 5, 1994 and published in E: The Environmental Magazine in December 1994
Listen to the entire 30-minute interview here.
Listen to the full interview (30:33) with Jeremy Scahill, an award-winning investigative journalist with the Nation Magazine, correspondent for Democracy Now! and author of the bestselling book, "Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army," about America's outsourcing of its military. In an exclusive interview with Counterpoint's Scott Harris on Sept. 16, 2013, Scahill talks about his latest book, "Dirty Wars, The World is a Battlefield," also made into a documentary film under the same title, and was nominated Dec. 5, 2013 for an Academy Award in the Best Documentary Feature category.
Bill McKibben, Schumann Distinguished Scholar at Middlebury College and author of a dozen books about the environment, beginning with "The End of Nature" in 1989, which is regarded as the first book for a general audience on climate change. The group he founded, 350.org, has coordinated 15,000 rallies in 189 countries since 2009. The Boston Globe said in 2010 that he was "probably the country’s most important environmentalist."
Alexis Tsipras, a member of the Hellenic parliament, president of the Synaspismos political party since 2008, head of the SYRIZA parliamentary group since 2009, and leader of the Opposition since June 2012. SYRIZA currently leads in Greek opinion polls. Listen to the audio here.
Between The Lines' Executive Producer Scott Harris hosts a live,
weekly talk show,
Counterpoint, from which some of Between The Lines'
interviews are excerpted. Listen every Monday evening from 8 to 10 p.m.
EDT at www.WPKN.org
(Follows the 5-7 minute White Rose Calendar.)
Counterpoint in its entirety is archived after midnight ET Monday nights, and is available for at least a year following broadcast in WPKN Radio's Archives.
You can also listen to full unedited interview segments from Counterpoint, which are generally available some time the day following broadcast.
Subscribe to Counterpoint bulletins via our subscriptions page.
"Those Lying Russians," by Reginald Johnson, March 6, 2014
"Fighting Back Against NSA Spying," by Reginald Johnson, Feb. 28, 2014
"Pete Seeger - 1919-2014," by Reginald Johnson, Feb. 28, 2014
"Nov. 22, 1963: A Turning Point for America," by Reginald Johnson, Nov. 22, 2013
"Demanding Action on Fukushima," by Reginald Johnson, Nov. 18, 2013
"Fukushima -- A Global Threat," by Reginald Johnson, Nov. 4, 2013
"Impeach Obama," by Reginald Johnson, Sept. 5, 2013
"America Attacks Again," by Reginald Johnson, Aug. 28, 2013
"Keeping WBAI Alive," by Reginald Johnson, Aug. 21, 2013
"WBAI in Crisis," by Reginald Johnson, July 25, 2013
"Restore the Fourth!" by Reginald Johnson, July 10, 2013
"Sustainable Business Models: A Third of All States Have Benefit Corporation Laws," by Anna Manzo, June 30, 2013
"Making War on Syria," by Reginald Johnson, June 14, 2013
"Syria in the Gunsights," by Reginald Johnson, May 9, 2013
"Curbing Gun Violence," by Reginald Johnson, April 4, 2013
"Fighting the Pipeline," by Reginald Johnson, March 26, 2013
"Downgrading Ed Schultz," by Reginald Johnson, March 17, 2013
"Rand Paul: Making a Point," by Reginald Johnson, March 8, 2013
A compilation of activist and news sites with a progressive point of view
If you have other questions regarding subscriptions, feeds or podcasts/mp3s go to our Audio Help page.
Learn how to support our efforts!
There are several ways to listen to Between The Lines.
You will need an audio player, such as Windows Media Player on a PC, QuickTime on a Mac which are pre-installed on the respective PC or Apple computers. Smartphones generally use an MP3 player widely used for "streaming" or podcast subscriptions. iTunes can be found on both PC and Apple computers. RealPlayer can play more file types than Windows Media Player, but must be installed on your computer. (See "I just want to listen/'stream'" below).
You can to the audio file without having to download it to your hard drive. This feature may be useful if you simply want a quick and easy way to listen without subscribing via podcast, have an older computer and don't want to download audio to it, or have slow dialup connection which cannot support a lengthy download time for audio.
You can "stream" the audio in most cases by simply clicking on the audio file link, and the default audio player on your computer or smartphone will begin to play.
Podcasts are recordings of radio shows or other audio programs, generally provided in the form of MP3 audio files, which are compressed to reduce download time and can be downloaded automatically via the Internet with podcast software. The maker of a podcast, called a "podcaster," will periodically provide additional episodes of a given program. You can subscribe to a podcast using software designed for the purpose. This software will automatically check to see if any new episodes of the programs are available and will automatically download the episodes. You can listen to such a downloaded recording using MP3 player software on your computer or transfer it an MP3 playing device, such as an iPod, to listen to it on the go.
You will need "podcatcher" software, which can be programmed to poll a server periodically for new items, and download them to your computer or mobile device. Software in this category includes Juice (formerly iPodder - Mac OS X, Windows XP or Linux), Doppler (Mac or Windows), iTunes (Mac or Windows), and GoogleListen (Android).
You will also need an MP3 player, either in the form of a mobile MP3 player or a mobile phone with MP3 capability or software on your computer, like RealPlayer (Mac or Windows), QuickTime (Mac or Windows), Windows Media Player (Mac or Windows), Winamp (Windows only) or GoogleListen (Android).
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is designed for sharing headlines and other web content, such as audio files. Think of it as a distributable “What's New” from your favorite websites. RSS is a way to stay up to date with the latest headlines, stories, links to full-length articles and audio files.You’ll know when an RSS feed is available when you see an orange RSS logo like the one to the right.
There are three ways to read feeds:
To sign up for Between The Lines Q&A, Between The Lines Weekly Summary, or Counterpoint Summary, please go here.