The Alternate Economy Radio – Episode 1
Welcome to the first broadcast of the Alternate Economy’s Radio Station!
Our first episode will be an hour long and will be discussing the theme Love. It is a collection of songs and thoughts on the subject of love and how we can use it to create a Utopia. Feel free to comment on the broadcast. We will be airing a new show every Wednesday evening from now on.
The broadcast is presented on youtube as a video, but feel free to play it in the background while you browse. I hope you enjoy and look forward to your comments!
Amazing!!! This is great and I can’t wait to share my thoughts on upcoming live shows!!!
I am looking forward to introducing you to the world next week!
Let’s hope they’re ready for me! I just finished listening to it and I must say it was an AWESOME first show! It will just continue getting better and better as you adjust and get more comfortable with it all. 🙂 Again, I look forward to sharing my thoughts on upcoming shows. I think this is a brilliant expression of your love and commitment to your ideas and an excellent way to spread the word.
We need you and your message now more than ever and I am blessed to be among those you share a very personal bond with and that I can help spread your message and awareness to the rest of the world.
I am listening to the music as I am leaving this comment. Love the music. I am excited for you and hearing more on your vision of creating a utopia.
Glad you are enjoying it. Feel free to leave some questions for us to address in the next show.
I really enjoyed this, thanks!
hey thanks for tuning in Camille!
I really enjoyed the first show Tristan! Congratulations!!!
I really like Florence and The Machine and all your music picks. I will be sending requests to you for music. One of my all time favourites “Bittersweet Symphony” by the Verve still moves me when I hear it.
Be brave sweetheart, keep on trucking the message to the masses.
I love that song too. I will include it in the next show, next wednesday…
I am looking forward to hearing Jarrid next time, guest speakers would be a wonderful way to expand the show.