Interview With Tom Neilson

Interview With Tom Neilson
New Jersey Revolution Radio

 
 
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Each Song Has A Story Tom left America to stay out of the war in Vietnam. His view of America…

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Wine, Women, and Revolution Halloween Special with Nigel Bach

Wine, Women, and Revolution Halloween Special with Nigel Bach

 
 
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In this special Halloween episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather is joined by director and producer Nigel Bach. He…

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Wine Women and Revolution Live With Socialist Women In Montclair

Wine Women and Revolution Live With Socialist Women In Montclair
Wine Women and Revolution

 
 
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Heather Warburton from Wine Women and Revolution is joined by L@rk Lo and Melissa Tomlinson. These  inspiring women ask  each…

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Red Summer: An Interview with Wendel White

Red Summer: An Interview with Wendel White
Wine Women and Revolution

 
 
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In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather joins professor and artist Wendel White in his office. They talk…

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Heather Fangirls During Interview With Poet Fleassy Malay

Heather Fangirls During Interview With Poet Fleassy Malay
Wine Women and Revolution

 
 
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In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather interviews the internationally known poet Fleassy Malay. Heather…

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The Stranger in the Woods, and Interview With Author Michael Finkel

The Stranger in the Woods, and Interview With Author Michael Finkel
Wine Women and Revolution

 
 
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In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews author Michael Finkel. Michael is best known for his book True Story which was made into a movie with Jonah Hill and James Franco. Michael and Heather discuss his new book “The Stranger in the Woods” the story of a man who  walked away from society to live alone in the woods of Maine for 27 years. The Hermit, as he was called, stole what he needed to survive and lived a life on his own terms. Loved by some and hated by others, The Hermit became almost a local legend in the town he lived near. In times like we live, its easy to understand the urge for escapism. 

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48 Blocks with Michelle Tomko

48 Blocks with Michelle Tomko
Wine Women and Revolution

 
 
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In this episode Heather is joined in the studio by local comedian Michelle Tomko to discuss the power of the…

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The “American Plan” to Imprison Thousands of Women in Concentration Camps

The “American Plan” to Imprison Thousands of Women in Concentration Camps
Wine Women and Revolution

 
 
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On this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution (The Socialist Podcast) Heather is joined by author Scott Stern. His book…

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