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17 Aug, 2019 07:30

Horrors in Hiroshima to nuclear nonchalance now?

Holland Cooke sits down with American university professor Peter Kuznick to break down his recent visits to Hiroshima and Nagasaki for their respective commemorations of the atomic bombings in 1945.

Then, ‘Beyond Nuclear’ founder Linda Pentz Gunter discusses how heads of state may be preaching peace and non-proliferation, yet the global nuclear arms race and shifts toward nuclear energy appear to fuel a very different narrative. When will we finally wake up to the devastating possibility of NUCLEAR GONE WRONG?

Holland Cooke talks shop with radio programming consultant Jay Clark and publisher of Talkers Magazine Michael Harrison about the lasting impact that the Woodstock generation has had on our world today, specifically on our valuation and consumption of media. The legendary music festival unified swathes of young Americans and promoted counter-culture to the mainstream, all while the US suffered a social rift over its involvement in the Vietnam War.

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