Tampa demonstrators shut down streets in solidarity with Ferguson protests
Attorney David Cobb discusses Corporate Personhood on Radioactivity.
Interviewed Kim Kirchman, teacher and artist
Local Christmas Charity enters its 21st year of gift-giving to underpriveleged children.
Reviewing Hillsborough County transit prospects
Environmentalists fight to save pristine Florida forest
Rob Lorei speaks with Taco Bell fast food worker Shetara Brown from Tampa. Shetara is involved in an effort calling on fast food companies to pay a higher minimum wage.
Ferguson solidarity rally planned for Friday in Tampa
A look at the struggle between the feds and Florida for regulation of some state waters
Activists and local doctor discuss efforts to cover the ‘healthcare gap’ for thousands of Floridians.
oday on Last Call Rob Lorei, airs audio from an interview on WEDU’s Florida This Week with author Hedrick Smith
Fast food workers will strike Thursday in Tampa and across America
Radioactivity airs Ralph Nader Hour Show
Tampa FNB activist ends hunger strike after judge’s decision halting Ft. Lauderdale feeding rule
Florida environmental land group holds rare meeting in Bradenton
Radioactivity callers weigh in on working retail on Black Friday
Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks with 81-year-old Rhana Bazzini who began walking- 300 miles in October from Sarasota to Tallahassee in an effort to win support for campaign finance. Her plan is to arrive in the state capitol by December 3.
USF students will rally against police brutality and in solidarity with Ferguson protesters
Some Tampa WalMart workers will walk out on day after Thanksgiving
A Thanksgiving look at the cultural importance of shared meals
The Florida Public Service Commission slashes energy savings goals
The show discusses Habitat for Humanity, the need for affordable housing, how to volunteer and how to make donations.
Tampa activists upset with no indictment of Ferguson cop
Uhurus protest in St. Pete over no indictment for Ferguson officer
Ft. Lauderdale hunger striker continues to protest city’s ban on sharing food in parks