Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.
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The Talking Dead
Every day at 2am and 11am
The Talking Dead is the show that started it all back in 2009, in terms of broadcasting. We started broadcasting in 3D, yes anaglyph 3d, you know the 3D that you have to wear the red/blue glasses to see it in all of its glory.
Hour of Iceland
Everyday at 9am and 6pm
Hour of Iceland brings you the best of Icelandic music and interviews.
Zombie Popcorn’s Stories
Everyday at 8am and 10pm
For as long as I can remember I have always enjoyed the last moments of the day. You know, the moments where you are laying in bed drifting in and out of sleep while thinking of the world around you.Â The act of drifting off to sleep is not the part that I enjoyed the most â€“Â it was the thoughtsÂ in the final moments of being awake that carried over into my sleep that brought excitement to my life.
I would find myself thinking about the random person that I bumped into during the day, the person who told me their life story or something really odd.Â While laying there thinking about their story it would open my mind up to other realms of their life and to my own because I would want to know more about what they shared with me.
The only thing that would make me sad about their stories was that when I woke up in the morning and continued throughout my day I would forget about some of the details. So, I decided to start recording peoples stories and compiling them into a series to be shared with the world. I teamed up with good friend, Paul Casper because we both share a love for what we call ‘Story time’.
Our dream is to travel the country and interview people we meet and on the way share these stories with you. Â Â Since we are not rich and our travel plans are limited we had to come up with a plan to fill in the gaps between our travels. This is Zombie Popcorn’s Stories
Every day at 2pm
Coalesce which means â€˜to unite so as to form one mass, community, etc.,â€™ is a show that brings two unlikely groups together, an anarchist atheist andÂ an evangelical Christian.
The New Architects
Every day at 9pm
It is the goal of The New Architectsâ€™ to seek out individuals and groups who work, in their everyday lives, to bring forth the ideas of what is defined as Anarchy and open up a dialogue between people in hope to inspire others.
This Non-Religious Life
Every day at 6am
This Non-Religious Life highlights particular aspects of religious faith and the irreligious movement.
One-off Interviews and Shows
Every Sunday at 11:00pm and Every Thursday at 12am
This is where we put the interviews and the one off events we do, that doesn’t fall into the format of the other shows. For example, when Zombie Popcorn was the Official Podcast of Marscon, the largest Sci-Fi festival in Virginia. Or when I interviewed Pennie Opal Plant, Native-American environmental justice activist, with Pachamama Alliance.