Florida Gov. Libertarian candidate Adrian Wyllie joins Radioactivity
Discussion of the 1960s-70s erotic violence film genres
It’s two weeks until Election Day and some University of South Florida students are rallying against Governor Rick Scott. On Tuesday, a small gathering at the Tampa campus gave Scott a failing grade on education and women’s rights.
Moral Mondays will kick off voter mobilization in St. Petersburg
Opponents of police violence say “Not One More Black Life”
More than half (51 percent) of the nearly 1.1 million uninsured Floridians who would benefit from the state’s expansion of health care—nearly 551,000 residents—are working Floridians employed in occupations that most people rely on daily and are critical
Today on Radioactivity Rob Lorei speaks with Alan Cohn who is running for Florida’s 15th congressional district representing Hillsborough and Polk county. Cohn is a former television investigative journalist.
Tampa civil rights group warns Muslims to talk to FBI only with lawyer present
Rick Scott’s other awkward fanGate moment
Cyclovia lets bicycles and pedestrians take over downtown Tampa
Barb Haselden from No Tax for Tracks talks about Greenlight Pinellas
Rob Lorei speaks with Steve Bousquet who is the Tallahassee Bureau chief of the Tampa Bay Times about gubernatorial debate
Journalist will warn USF Tampa students about Israeli leaders inciting racist violence
Breast Cancer cure and prevention and LAURA GOTTESDIENER new report from Willston, ND about oil and fracking
Peace coalition will protest “war profiteering” at Raytheon in Largo
Today on Radioactivity we discuss why Florida is lagging behind northern states when it comes to creating green jobs.
In Tampa nurses “die-in” to draw attention to Ebola and lack of preparedness
Environmentalists plan to march on Rick Scott’s beachfront home Saturday
This election, Florida voters will decide on three proposed constitutional amendments. Today on Radioactivity, talks about Amendment One with Will Abberger, the campaign manager for the amendment.
Discussion an historian about Christopher Columbus to separate fact from fiction.
Call in show on gardening & Food Day
Palestinian rights group will try again Saturday to block Israeli ship in Tampa
A forum last night at USF on whether Ferguson, Missouri, styled civil unrest could happen in Tampa.
Today on Radioactivity, we discuss a Sarasota woman who is taking the movement for campaign finance reform to Tallahassee by walking there along with her supporters.
David Jolly on Ebola, ISIS, the ACA and other issues