Celebrating Seven Years of the Global Research News Hour with Michael Welch
By Michael Welch
Global Research, October 15, 2019

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This coming October 22nd will mark 7 years since the Global Research News Hour radio program made its debut not only on the Global Research website but also on the public airwaves as a community radio program.

To date, we have continued to broadcast the show on a weekly basis, inviting expert speakers to highlight many of the important topics that get under-addressed or by-passed completely in other fora. These include probing analysis into 5G technology and its health risks, the very real threat of nuclear war as a danger to human and all life, climate disruption and the environmental movement, ISIS and the White Helmets, US-NATO involvement in the wars on Syria, Iraq and Yemen, the role of foundation-funded non-profits in reinforcing propaganda narratives, ‘responsibility to protect’ as an imperial construct, and much, much more.

We hope you will join us in celebrating this historic achievement with a generous contribution. Your donations are crucial if we are to expand our ability to reach a larger global audience and to improve on our coverage of the ‘big picture’ topics we highlight on a regular basis.

Please click on the donate button below, and prepare to send your payment. All donations made over the course of the next 7 days will go directly to the Global Research News Hour. We thank you for your support, whether by listening in and sharing our episodes with your friends and social network, or by supporting our work with a financial contribution (details below).

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The Global Research News Hour airs every Friday at 1pm CT on CKUW 95.9FM out of the University of Winnipeg. The programme is also podcast at .

The Global Research News Hour now airs Fridays at 6pm PST, 8pm CST and 9pm EST on Alternative Current Radio (

Community Radio Stations carrying the Global Research News Hour:

CHLY 101.7fm in Nanaimo, B.C – Thursdays at 1pm PT

Port Perry Radio in Port Perry, Ontario –1  Thursdays at 1pm ET

Burnaby Radio Station CJSF out of Simon Fraser University. 90.1FM to most of Greater Vancouver, from Langley to Point Grey and from the North Shore to the US Border.

It is also available on 93.9 FM cable in the communities of SFU, Burnaby, New Westminister, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Surrey and Delta, in British Columbia, Canada. – Tune in  at its new time – Wednesdays at 4pm PT.

Radio station CFUV 101.9FM based at the University of Victoria airs the Global Research News Hour every Sunday from 7 to 8am PT.

CORTES COMMUNITY RADIO CKTZ  89.5 out of Manson’s Landing, B.C airs the show Tuesday mornings at 10am Pacific time.

Cowichan Valley Community Radio CICV 98.7 FM serving the Cowichan Lake area of Vancouver Island, BC airs the program Thursdays at 6am pacific time.

Campus and community radio CFMH 107.3fm in  Saint John, N.B. airs the Global Research News Hour Fridays at 10am.

Caper Radio CJBU 107.3FM in Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia airs the Global Research News Hour starting Wednesday Morning from 8:00 to 9:00am. Find more details at

RIOT RADIO, the visual radio station based out of Durham College in Oshawa, Ontario has begun airing the Global Research News Hour on an occasional basis. Tune in at

Radio Fanshawe: Fanshawe’s 106.9 The X (CIXX-FM) out of London, Ontario airs the Global Research News Hour Sundays at 6am with an encore at 3pm.

Los Angeles, California based airs the Global Research News Hour every Monday from 6-7pm Pacific time.

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