Sunday, 15 February 2009

Show 11 – Second show with Scottish freeman-on-the land, Dave Allison

Another great show with Dave. We covered a lot again today - from the strengths and weaknesses of the new world order and our movement against it, to the failures of collectivism and religion - and I really encourage reader’s to listen closely.

Thankfully I have a good recording this week thanks to a friend of mine over at:

I have uploaded two copies – a low (16kbps) and a high quality (128kbps) version - to my shared folder for downloading:

You can also stream it directly from this page by clicking the play button below (you can also right click and save as):

The Progressive Show No.11 - With Scottish freeman-on-the-land, Dave Allison

Enjoy! A big thanks again to Dave, a great guy and an excellent guest. And thanks to you for listening.

Details of next week’s show will be posted during the week.



1) Don Henley – The End of The Innocence (The End of The Innocence [1989]) 

2) Alcest - Souvenirs D'un Autre Monde (Souvenirs D'un Autre Monde [2007])   

3) Starbreaker – Lies (Starbreaker [2005])

If you would like to see any of the previous playlists from my show please visit

Monday, 9 February 2009

Show 10 - With Scottish freeman-on-the land, Dave Allison

I have just finished polishing up the recording that my girlfriend made of the show yesterday. Unfortunately, she didn’t catch the first 5 minutes or so due to problems with the program we normally use, and the quality isn’t great either. I am yet to find a solution to recording the show in the studio (i.e. using laptop on same ip address as the show is broadcast from), and it is a terrible shame that Burst radio have seemingly been unable (laziness?) to meet their original plan of having a podcast system for all the shows, which they did have in previous years apparently. Hopefully, I can find a piece of software that can do this, if any one has any suggestions they would be greatly appreciated!

Nevertheless the recording is certainly listenable and I thought Dave was an excellent guest, highly knowledgeable, insightful and well lived. I look forward to talking to him further on forthcoming shows. I encourage you to listen, we cover a great range of subjects within the broad framework of the freeman movement.

You can download the file below (right click and save as) or stream it from the page by clicking the play button.

The Progressive Show No.10 - With Scottish freeman-on-the-land, Dave Allison

If you would like to download this, or any of the previously recorded shows featuring guests, please see my shared folder:

Dave’s freeman website is and he recommends (as do I) that you visit the excellent and its forum I would also suggest heading over to, where you will find freemen and women from all over the world. You might also like to visit Rob Menard’s website, who we did discuss briefly during the show at and

Next Sunday I may well be joined by Dave again. More information to follow later this week.



1) Toto – No End In Sight (Falling In Between [2006]) 

2) Michael Franti And Spearhead - Bomb The World (Armageddon Version)   

If you would like to see any of the previous playlists from my show please visit

Saturday, 7 February 2009

Tomorrow’s Show

Tomorrow I am going to be joined on the phone from Scotland, by  Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society and Freeman-on-the Land, Dave Allison.

Dave has a great little website, concisely detailing many of the key tenets of the Freeman approach, a solution to the growing tyranny, that I have increasingly covered on the show. Available here:

We will be discussing the foundations of freemanism*, why you should become a freeman, how you can become one, what differences it will make to your life, and could make to the very future of the world.

If you have any questions you would like to ask Dave please email me at the usual address: You can also add me to your Instant Messenger and contact me live throughout the duration of the show.

For an excellent introduction to Freemanism, I highly recommend the recordings of the Freeman Conference UK (in addition to all the other videos available on this blog), which took place last November:

Part 1. (49 mins)
Part 2. (1 hour 3 mins)
Part 3. (35 mins)
Part 4. (58 mins)
Part 5. (41 mins)
Part 6. (57 mins)

*I’m not sure if this “ism” has yet been adopted in the movement!

Show 9

Just to catch up with what I covered last week as I completely forgot to make this post during the week. Apologies, I have been both busy and lazy.

I won’t post any videos, just the playlist, as I am in the middle of preparation for tomorrow’s show. Stay tuned, more information to follow later tonight…


1) Queensr├┐che – Revolution Calling (Operation: Mindcrime [1988])

2) Shadow Gallery – War For Sale (Tyranny [1998])

3) Hibria – Wings of Wax (The Skull Collectors [2008])

4) Shadow Gallery – Rain {Acoustic Version} (Room V [2005])