Schedule for Sunday July 10 through Thursday July 14. We talk with – and you comment upon and pose questions for – the writers you love to read. Virtually Speaking is public affairs, progressive voices, current events. Comments and questions through a digitally present studio audience. Which could include you. (see IRC below) All programs webcast and archived at BlogTalkRadio. Available free at iTunes. See IRC below to participate.
Sunday, July 10 | 9 pm eastern | 6 pm pacific | Virtually Speaking Sundays | Avedon Carol andCorrentewire‘s Lambert Strether | Developments of the week, highlighting issues neglected or misrepresented on the Sunday morning broadcasts of traditional media. Authentic, informative and passionate. “Our Media Not Theirs” | Listen live and later on BTR
Tuesday, July 12 | 9 pm eastern | 6 pm pacific |Virtually Speaking Susie | Susie Madrak chats with American political activist and writer Matt Stoller about current political stories. Listen live and later on BTR.
Thursday, July 14 | 9 pm eastern | 6 pm pacific | Virtually Speaking | “Everything you know about space policy is wrong: it ain’t rocket science.” MIT Prof and science writer Tom Levenson talks with Rand Simberg, Adjunct Scholar at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and Chairman of the Competitive Space Task Forceabout the politics and economics of space.| Listen live and later on BTR.
Tweet along with our guests and hosts: @stuart_zechman @bobblespeak @susiemadrak @tomlevenson @lambertstrether @correntewire @mattstoller @avedonsays (me too, please: @sherry_reson)
Be part of the conversation. Ask questions, chat live with other listeners:
Internet Relay Chat (IRC) allows you to be part of the virtual studio audience (aka chat room), sharing comments and questions while listening to Virtually Speaking live on BlogTalkRadio. Logs are shared with the show hosts and guests.
1. Connect to http://webchat.freenode.net/
2. Create a log-in name
3. Enter #vspeak into the channel field.
4. NOTE: ‘Relay Rinq’ is not a person but a bridge to IRC chat.
5. Type into the text field along the bottom of the screen.
6. Begin your question with ‘QUESTION’ so it’s easy for the host (and me) to spot.