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Thinking Out Loud is a labor-oriented and left leaning radio
program focusing on the Community, the Workplace, and the Environment. We're on
the air from 9:00 a.m. to noon weekdays. Portions of the program are in
Spanish, Khmer, Laotian and Brazilian Portuguese, and serve various ethnic communities in
the Lowell area, and other parts of the program bring you underreported news and
underserved opinions in English.
Click here to find a variety of archived programs and features from recent Thinking Out Loud shows
Click here to find Thinking Out Loud material at radio4all.net
Click here to find Its Your Health features at radio4all.net
Current schedule as of 09/18/2015: Monday: -- 9:00 - 12:00 noon Workers' Independent News Service (WINS) Headline News Jim Hightower Lisa Davis with [Its Your Health] Locally produced live discussion with Dave Tierney Nationally syndicated feature: Between the Lines or other 11:00 -- Laotian, Ajahn Mangone Sananikone, Ajahn Somphone Sirisavat, Ajahn Bouakeo Sengsouriya Tuesday: -- 9:00 - 11:00 Workers' Independent News Service (WINS) Headline News Jim Hightower Commentary from Grace Ross, housing advocate and former Green Party candidate for Mass. Governor Locally produced live discussion with Dave Tierney Nationally produced feature: CounterSpin 11:00Student or Public Affairs Programming Wednesday:-- 9:00 - 12:00 noon Workers' Independent News Service (WINS) Headline News Jim Hightower News and commentary with Jim Giddings Nationally produced excerpts from "Free Speech Radio News", "Democracy Now", "Northern Spirit Radio", "TUC Radio" and/or "Steppin Out of Babylon" Thursday:-- 9:00 - 11:00 Workers' Independent News Service (WINS) Headline News Jim Hightower Locally produced live discussion with Charlotte Crockford Nationally produced feature: Radio EcoShock 10:30 -- Between the Lines btlonline.org 11:00 -- Democracy Now Friday: -- 9:00 - 12:00 noon Feminist Edition with Charlotte Crockford Workers' Independent News Service (WINS) Headline News Jim Hightower Live Commentary and music with Charlotte Crockford Nationally syndicated feature: Making Contact from National Radio Project 11:00 -- Khmer (Cambodian) Brian Chen, Ang Pheng and Sak Seang
The subject matter covered falls into three broad categories: the community, the workplace and the environment. We are opinionated and take a pro-union, pro-nonviolence, multicultural and leftist point of view on the issues we cover; we do not pretend to be an unbiased or balanced, since opposing opinions can be heard elsewhere on the FM and AM radio dials.
Popular features include "Between the Lines" from WPKN in Bridgeport CT, "Making Contact" from the National Radio Project, TUC radio (tucradio.org) , "Voices Of Our World" from Maryknoll (Mondays).
We can be reached by email at thinkingoutloud AT mindspring.com ; when we're in the studio, you can call us at 978-934-4969. and you can write us at "Thinking Out Loud", WUML, 1 University Avenue, Lowell MA 01854.
Thanks for dropping by, friends!