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FEATURING:  Season’s greetings in the form of a trio of gifts: the chance to revisit three of the top, most respected voices within the anti-nuclear community, all of them presented during the past year of Nuclear Hotseat.

Dr. Helen Caldicott talks about how she became an activist and her then-upcoming Symposium on the Medical and Ecological Impact of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster (NH #83 – 1/15/13).

In our most popular program ever, with 489,195 downloads in the first five days (and still getting play), nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education explains what he would do with Fukushima if he were in charge.  (NH #117 – 9/10/13).

And excerpts from a speech by Ralph Nader, who spoke at the east coast conference, Fukushima Nuclear Accident: Ongoing Lessons (NH #121 – 10/17/13).

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Arnie Gundersen and Libbe HaLevy in front of San Onofre Nuclear Reactors in Southern California, 3 days before decommissioning was announced.Fairewinds Energy Education’s Arnie Gundersen and Nuclear Hotseat’s Libbe HaLevy in front of the San Onofre Nuclear Reactor, four days before its closure was announced.

Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader