Year: 2010

Tad Daley on “Sins of Omission”

Tad Daley on “Sins of Omission” with host Paulie Abeles on No Quarter Radio. October 5, 2010.

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If You Love This Planet interview

Dr. Helen Caldicott interviews Tad Daley regarding how to remove the threat of nuclear war. IfYouLoveThisPlanet.org.

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KPFK Interview with Tad Daley and Valerie Plame Wilson

One hour radio interview with Tad Daley discussing APOCALYPSE NEVER and Valerie Plame Wilson discussing COUNTDOWN TO ZERO on KPFK.org.

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Tad Daley Endorses “Countdown to Zero”

Tad endorses Countdown to Zero

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Tad Daley Introduces “Countdown to Zero”

Tad Daley introduces Countdown to Zero

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Presentation to Physicians for Social Responsibility

Presentation to Physicians for Social Responsibility (part 1 of 3) Presentation to Physicians for Social Responsibility (part 2 of 3) Presentation to Physicians for Social Responsibility (part 3 of 3)

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Eisha Mason Interviews Tad Daley on “The Way Forward”

Tad discusses the immediate nuclear weapons peril, the vision of nuclear weapons abolition, and his new book, Apocalypse Never, with Eisha Mason on her show, “The Way Forward,” on KPFK Los Angeles, 90.7 FM. July 19, 2010.

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Maria Armoudian interviews Tad Daley on “The Insighters”

Tad discusses the immediate nuclear weapons peril, the vision of nuclear weapons abolition, and his new book, Apocalypse Never, with Maria Armoudian on her show, “The Insighters,” on KPFK Los Angeles, 90.7 FM. July 15, 2010.

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JTMP Interview — Excerpt

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JTMP Interview With Dr. Daley

VIDEO LINK: Interview with Tad Daley (full version) Justice Through Music Project caught up with Tad Daley Рauthor of the book, Apocalypse Never Рat a Physicians for Social Responsibility event held in the home of a local organizer. Tad spoke

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