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Latest Bathrobespierre's Broadsides!

Latest Bathrobespierre's Broadsides archived here!
Shows are organized in chronological order. Year - Month - Day. '11-09-04' for instance is the link for the September 4, 2011 show.

You may have to fast forward to the start of the actual Bathrobespierre's Broadsides show.
The Sunday shows are longer and may include some material from other shows or material from Thomas Leavitt's "Wake-Up Call".
To listen exclusively to Bathrobespierre's Broadsides, fast forward as needed.

This site has descriptions of a few shows from December 2004.

Descriptions of Bathrobespierre's Broadsides radio shows from August 2005
We're working to provide brief descriptions of past shows. We hope to include more as time goes on. Some shows are described here.
Check here first to see if the show is described. If not, go to Lost Shows [add web link](see below).
There you can also hear the latest shows, not yet covered by descriptions.
To find brief descriptions of most shows in 2017 and beyond, go to the HOT, RECENT, AND LOCAL STORIES! section of this page. Click on Full Blog Archive click here.
Check on the right side of the Archive page under Recent Posts to find a (very) brief summary of the show.

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Lost Shows
Occasionally we have technical issues with the archives. If you do not see the show you are looking for in the latest archives or find the transmission garbled or incomplete, click on this link- click here

As of 9-26-17, the shows available are these are 3/11/07, 4/06/07, 4/15/07, 7/27/08, 9/7/08, 11/22/09, 12/6/09, 12/03/15,3/6/16, 4/7/16, 5/8/16, 7/17/16, 3/12/17, 4/9/17, 5/4/17, 5/14/17, 10/22/17, 11/16/17, and all shows after 11/16/17.
At present all Latest Shows are being archived within a day as Lost Shows.

Richard Quigley

Legendary libertarian activist Richard Quigley, who died in 2009, is most famous for his successful fight against the Helmet law for motorcylists.
He also fought discrimination at the Rancho Del Mar shopping center against disabled street minister Jerry Henry.
Quigley successfully sued former Sheriff Mark Tracy--perhaps prompting his early resignation--for sending deputies to try and censor Quigley's weekly KSCO show. (More info about that lawsuit on!)
His shows exposing corruption and abuse in the Sheriff's Department are archived at

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