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The Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show

By Rob Kall

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Rob Kall Interviews some of the world's smartest, most dynamic people on his Bottom Up Radio Show with the goal of getting them to share their wisdom and knowledge AND to stretch their vision. Rob explores two themes: 1-the bottom-up revolution, bottom-up mind and their patterns and ideas. The world is transitioning from a top-down to a bottom up world. Rob explores this with brilliant minds who have a take on how this is happening and how it is being used-- from web culture analysts to media experts to protest leaders in the Arab Spring 2-Progressive activists, leaders and thinkers-- from economics to Occupy, revolutions to Fracking, Rob interviews leading progressives and activists. His guests often appear on Bill Moyers, The Daily show , The Colbert Report and MSNBC shortly before or after being on Rob's show. They have included Senator Bernie Sanders, Chris Hedges, Daniel Ellsberg, Glenn Greenwald, Jeremy Scahill, Howard Gardner, Frans De Waal, Arianna Huffington, Joseph Nye, Clay Shirky, Phil Donahue, Ann Marie Slaughter, Greg Palast, Lawrence Lessig, Rob Hopkins, Paul Craig Roberts, Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, Dennis Kucinich, Jeff Sharlett, Riane Eisler, David Korten, Ethan Zuckerman, Douglas Rushkoff, Jean Houston, Thom Hartmann, John Dean, Scott Horton, Mike Medavoy, John McTiernan, Sen. Arlen Specter, Cindy Sheehan, Sibel Edmonds, Ray McGovern, Ellen Brown, Bruce Fein, Wendell Potter. The show runs Tuesday evening, 8-9 PM EST on Progressive Radio Network. Download podcasts from iTunes or stitcher. Search for Rob Kall. If you like the show, please add a comment saying so, and why. It might help take the show to the next level-- wider distribution, more listeners. Check out Rob's article/interview series on Bottom up Bottom-up Article Series http://opednews.com/bottomup Join the conversation on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bottomuptopdown/?fref=ts and at Rob's Bottom-up Top-Down Conversation at Google Groups. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/bottomuptd Also check out Rob's other radio show, Futurehealth Radio, podcast archive at Futurehealth.org/podcasts

Customer Reviews

Great podcast, poor host

Rob Kall has some of the most interesting and informative guests on his radio show and podcast. They discuss current and cutting edge subjects of interest to progressives. Mr. Kall unfortunately is not the best interviewer. Certainly he means well, but comes across as unprepared for his interviews and tends to interject oddly misplaced questions and comments instead of letting the speaker complete his or her thoughts. If you can put up with him then is show is well worth the time to hear some really interesting and informative guests.

I second the first review

Outstanding guests- a who's who of the left.

But a poor, poor, horrible host. Hopefully you can stomach his odd interjections, the awkward silence, and his apparent unpreparedness for the interview and become informed by the illuminating guests.

The only upside to the host is the faith that he should give to anyone that believes that they too can have a radio show...

Great guests but awkward

I have to echo previous reviews. I sampled this show because it kept popping up when doing searches to find material featuring my favorite progressive thinkers. But I have to ask, how does Kall get such great guests with such poor production? He doesn't listen to the guests' answers, or only half-listens. What follows a guest's response is a long awkward silence where he seems to be reviewing scripted questions and then tries to make them sound like follow-ups. Don't get me started on the sound quality. I understand that progressive media does not have the dollars behind it that right-wing productions do but, please! I wanted this to be so much more.

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