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Podcast Schedule Change

The Lean to the Left podcast is now streaming once weekly, on Mondays.

Previously, we were streaming on Mondays and Thursdays, an extremely tight schedule. This new schedule will  allow more time for preparation and promotion.

Our guests will continue to focus on important social issues and human relations.

If you enjoy our podcast, please visit the podcast tab and subscribe. A comment on Apple podcasts or other platforms would also be much appreciated.

Watch for These Shows:

(Schedule is subject to change, so check back often!)

bobgatty_leantotheleftOn the Lean to the Left podcast, Gabrielle Zwi, 22, describes what it was like as a member of the "school shooting generation," going to school at a time when shooter and bomb threat drills had become part of the norm. Gabrielle's interview will stream 2/6 on YouTube and major podcast channels. https://youtube.com/watch?v=RRb38GvJ1g4&si=EnSIkaIECMiOmarE

Jan. 30 -- Lynne Bowman -- Brownies for Breakfast -- The "Gift" of Diabetes -- Now Streaming

Feb. 6 -- Gabrielle Zwi -- Guns to a Playground Fight

Feb. 13 -- Bob Buzzanco -- Vietnam Peace 50 Years Ago

Feb. 15 -- Robin Bartlett -- Experiences from Vietnam

Feb. 20 -- Dixie Dems -- Politics: February Episode

Feb. 27 -- Wayne Liebman -- The Blue Voter Guide

Mar. 6  -- Cathy Perez -- Reproductive Justice

Mar. 13 -- Lynne Bowman -- Politics of Food

Mar. 20 -- Robert Nordlander -- Chasing Tax Evaders

Mar. 27 -- DW Duke -- Overcoming Stereotypes & Discrimination

Apr. 3 -- Doris Burris Kitchen -- Fighting Racism & Greed

 

JOHN PABON

Sunday, February 5, 2023 Gabrielle Zwi-Guns to a Playground Fight

The mass shootings keep coming and innocent people keep getting gunned down. In fact, every day 110 people are killed by guns. On Feb. 14 it will be t...

Monday, January 30, 2023 Lynne Bowman-The Gift of Diabetes

Today we’re with Lynne Parmiter Bowman, author of the Amazon best selling cookbook, Brownies for Breakfast. You probably won’t believe it, but Lynne i...

Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Radio Jock Kid Curry Takes on MS

This is a story of absolute determination; the story of a rock jock who had the world by the tail -- until he didn't -- and then what he did to live l...

Sunday, January 22, 2023 Dixie Dems Commentary & Predictions for '23

We’re back with another episode of Dixie Dems, the podcast from Lean to the Left that takes an irreverent look at politics in the south, as well as na...

Thursday, January 19, 2023 Hank Laskey-Inside the Cost of Rx Drugs

The high cost of prescription drugs affects us all. But what’s behind them? Is it just pharmaceutical company greed?Welcome to Lean to the Left, the p...

Sunday, January 15, 2023 Dr. Firouz Daneshgari-Fixing America's Sick Care System

If you’ve been to the doctor recently, you probably know that America’s health care system, as good as it is, could really stand some improvements. Th...

Monday, January 9, 2023 The Dangers of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI), is increasing across our economy and in our world. Exactly what is it? What are some of the implications? Why would Elon...

Thursday, January 5, 2023 Doreen Padilla-A Dreamer's Journey

When Doreen Padilla was 14 years old, she met Saul Falcon at a new school just west of Denver, and this young woman, half white and half Hispanic, eve...

Monday, January 2, 2023 John Yearwood-Improving Education, Caring for Others

"In America you're free to do anything, you want to do, but you can't choose the consequences of your behavior."So says John Yearwood, author of Jar o...

Wednesday, December 28, 2022 David Wann-Disarming Weapons of Mass Distraction

At a basic level, are humans chasing wants but neglecting essential needs like health, a sense of belonging, a feeling that we are respected, trust, p...

Sunday, December 25, 2022 Jack Kerfoot-Good News on Global Warming

The International Energy Agency has reported that the world will add as much renewable energy over the next five years as it did in the past two decad...

Thursday, December 22, 2022 Josh Malkin-Battling Book Bans

In dozens of states across the nation efforts are underway to influence, even intimidate, school board members to restrict what can be taught, and wha...

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