The Chris Hedges Report: Pink Floyd's Roger Waters on Ukraine, Palestine, music & more

Roger Waters, the British rock legend and co-founder of Pink Floyd, is in the midst of his “This Is Not A Drill” tour. He joins Chris Hedges to discuss his music, life, and how his politics have guided him through it all.
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  • Phil Maturano
    Phil Maturano5 ай бұрын

    Hi Chris! I am a life long jazz musician and never paid too much attention to Roger. But man...I cannot tell you how grateful I am for this interview. I had no idea about any of his background and what a great human being he is. Those of us in the music world who try to let people know about the reality of things really risk our careers and sometimes a lot more. I have traveled internationally for the last 2 decades and can tell you...I am ashamed many times when i have to take out my US passport. People look at me with HATE many times i tell you! I have lost many friends for touring in China! It is truly unreal how much ignorance there is. So now I mostly just play and get out to the next gig to continue my life, but....Its super tiring dealing with this as a musician and trying to even let people into my mind, to know my opinion about war and what the US does in this world! I am grateful to you in so many ways. I have watched you for a long time now, just to keep my mind in peace knowing that not everyone is totally corrupt and brainwashed. This interview gave me another reason to be at peace in the world and have a little more healing from the battles. My family has a long history of activism as well. My cousins were tortured in South America. Jailed. My uncle's persecuted by government police and military for going to Cuba back in the 70's and etc etc. So you can imagine why I listen to you. Not from anger...but from a place where I can find peace in my heart. To deal with the condition we find ourselves in. And to know I am not alone. Thank you again. And many big hugs. P

  • Nick H

    Nick H

    11 сағат бұрын

    ​@Russell K. Bonney God did nothing, but then I guess they don't matter to you. to help the Palestinians

  • Nick H

    Nick H

    11 сағат бұрын

    Better late than never brother.. Welcome to the Pink Floyd / Roger Waters community.

  • shelley howell

    shelley howell

    19 күн бұрын

    @Three Six Nine Do you mean the last sentence? He only wrote one paragraph.

  • Arturo Gonzalez

    Arturo Gonzalez

    22 күн бұрын

    Yes we have to raise are voices it is insane what happens to us politicos

  • Russell K. Bonney

    Russell K. Bonney

    Ай бұрын

    @Josip Lilić No on a human level I have been impressed with Roger all my life. Yeah each small candle lights a corner of the dark but only faithful following of Jesus Christ saves ones soul.

  • spyros patragas
    spyros patragas4 ай бұрын

    Two of my favourite people in the world, Chris Hedges and Roger Waters together? Such a treat! Thank you both for all you do! You are such an inspiration and a great source of solace in these dark times we're living in.

  • mano a mano

    mano a mano

    4 ай бұрын


  • Maria
    Maria5 ай бұрын

    Thank you both so much. I was born in 1970. I have listened to - The Wall- just now and I am getting chills by thinking how history truly repeats itself continuously and how short people’s memory is. Thank you both for being who you are. Never stop.You give me hope!😢

  • Ungrateful Ninja
    Ungrateful Ninja5 ай бұрын

    Much respect to Mr. Waters. I don't know his music but as a man he's a credit to humanity. ☮️

  • shelley howell

    shelley howell

    19 күн бұрын

    Use a good stereo system with high quality headphones. If you are so inclined, drink a cup of herbal tea or imbibe of an herb of your choice before you begin this experience.

  • shelley howell

    shelley howell

    19 күн бұрын

    You are the perfect candidate to have the opportunity to listen to Dark Side of the Moon for the first time.

  • Isabella Lee

    Isabella Lee

    3 ай бұрын

    You don’t know what you are missing if you don’t know Rogers music my friend.

  • mano a mano

    mano a mano

    4 ай бұрын

    Listen to the album Animals. Brilliant glimpse into his creativity.

  • Jay Newton
    Jay Newton4 ай бұрын

    Can you imagine how many countless of millions of minds this man has touched and opened. How many fans of him have passed away, and how many new fans are going to carry his absolutely 💯 perfect work. Think I've shed a 😢 writing this.

  • Toin Pituba
    Toin Pituba4 ай бұрын

    Watching it for the third time and just as emotional as the first time...thanks a thousand times Chris and Roger. A relief in such painful times!

  • Hamid Tehrani
    Hamid Tehrani6 ай бұрын

    My god, whenever I get filled with rubbish from main stream media , these guys and others like them give me comfort and peace to realise that we are not all corrupt, and there is still hope for humans

  • hugo anson

    hugo anson

    2 күн бұрын

    ​@Leonard Beaudin Now he is educating the masses yet his popular song " The Wall," ", we dont need no education... hey, teacher, leave those kids alone" , taught a differnt message. So what are we supposed to do with the truth that he is exposing, remove the government? Oh yes, vote for a better one. Meanwhile how do you help families that lose their loved ones in war? By thanking them fir their sacrifice. How does that show hope for humanity? Ist convert your violent protestors, & then heal the hearts of the oppressed , , the exploited within a nation. How are you going to bring peace & joy to broken families? Is a lack of war a good start? Really & what's the next step, more research into psychiatry, to help remove mental illness? BE REAL MAN. " Imagine there's no heaven, it's easy if you try,...", how did that John Lennon song help his situaTion? just made him more money, & put a song in our SINFUL MINDS. Why did he not have peace to reconcile wuth his first wife? BECAUSE there is no hope for mankind wuthout theur hearts being changed by The prover of God's promises,( & warnings), Jesus the Son of God.

  • Bananabanana


    2 ай бұрын

    "Don't look up" as always

  • Роман Колтунов
    Роман Колтунов4 ай бұрын

    Очень крутой, открытый, вечный мужик!!! Как же повезло что я живу с ним в одно время!

  • Richard van der Veen
    Richard van der Veen5 ай бұрын

    Unbelievable to think of this genius being born in 1943 when seeing him being so full of energy explaining things important to him ... Thank you so much Roger Waters. It was a Pink Floyd album which was the first vinyl album i bought in the early eighties of last century. Was there in Berlin. Love you.

  • Police Accountability Report
    Police Accountability Report5 ай бұрын

    Incredible. The founder of some of the most iconic music of a century speaks so eloquently and compassionately, for we the people, truly inspiring.

  • Eduardo Scheitt
    Eduardo ScheittАй бұрын

    Such a privilege to be able to see a conversation between two superstars on their own fields. Thanks to both of you to keeping us with the perspective that there is decency and higher values and hopes for the people and the planet.

  • Jenny Eyles
    Jenny Eyles5 ай бұрын

    It is so lovely when you see 2 special people each of whom you hold in high regard - get together to talk to us. I have noticed this happening quite a lot nowadays.

  • Kelpy G fan page
    Kelpy G fan page5 ай бұрын

    What an utterly fantastic interview! Just went to his show the other day, and I was moved to tears several times. Roger’s message is so powerful, and I am so glad that humanity, with all of its faults, includes this amazing man.

  • Josip Lilić

    Josip Lilić

    2 ай бұрын

    "🎵....Remembering days of daisy chains and laughs🎵 Got to keep your loonies on the path🎵" Roger Waters - Braindamadge -DSOTM - to this day, greatest thing I've heard! I'm just sad that his "partner in crime" , Gilmour,is total opposite of Roger in ideology (Ukraine war particularly) & seems to me that they'll never be able to burry the hatchet, unfortunately!

  • Martin Speer

    Martin Speer

    4 ай бұрын

    I can't wait to see his tour next March, sorry, meant May

  • Frederick Hartray
    Frederick Hartray5 ай бұрын

    I loved Pink Floyd from the 60s to my 60s. Roger's politics and music are so honest and refreshing.

  • PinkFloydFan
    PinkFloydFan5 ай бұрын

    Thank you for this interview. When I heard the awesome Chris Hedges letting Mr. Waters give his thoughts on current state of things on this earth, I was in complete awe and totally entranced by so much compassion and thought provoking points both men raised. I only wish this interview was longer.

  • 1ericamat
    1ericamat5 ай бұрын

    This is how you conduct an interview. Notice how Roger was completely engaged. Genius.

  • mano a mano

    mano a mano

    Ай бұрын

    I'm sure that, looking back, Roger will remember this as being among his best ever interviews.

  • Stefano Barone
    Stefano Barone5 ай бұрын

    My greatest hero and inspiration, as an artist and as a wonderful human being. Love you Roger ❤

  • Veronica Lavarello
    Veronica Lavarello5 ай бұрын

    I feel privileged to be able to listen to you Chris and all your guests from Tecate, Baja California, Mexico. No matter where I am, I will listen. You educate me more than going to any other institution. Gracias.

  • Yurik
    Yurik6 ай бұрын

    such an honor to see the ultimate artist in my life these days on the programs I love and see and hear he is on our side the common people, Roger Waters is such a an awesome living legend. Thank you Chris for having him on.

  • Neshaminy Beads

    Neshaminy Beads

    4 ай бұрын

    These hippie-crits are playing with your minds and just too intellectual to be real Jew haters? "Oh I'm the real Commie Jew my mother was." As if this is this how you build your kibutz

  • Pedro Oliveira
    Pedro Oliveira5 ай бұрын

    Amazing interview! It's always a pleasure to hear from Roger Waters! Thank you Chris! A hug from Portugal!

  • Charles Elkofairi
    Charles Elkofairi5 ай бұрын

    Huge Respect for Mr Roger Waters and a Massive fan of Pink Floyd

  • GDawg2K2
    GDawg2K25 ай бұрын

    Been to hundreds of concerts going back to the Beatles, Hendrix, Who, LedZep .... "This Is Not a Drill" was hands down the most eye popping and meaningful! Great Interview!

  • Dave Verster
    Dave Verster4 ай бұрын

    I'm nearly 67 years young..been a rocker for virtually 55 of it..since hearing the very first rock..then I discovered Pink Floyd,Led Zeppelin and others..and grew in mind and thinking.Now I own over 1000 CD's..most heavy rock..all of Pink Floyd's this giant speaking here..since I first saw a video of The Wall. Long live Roger Waters and the legacy of his music..

  • no way
    no way5 ай бұрын

    My favorite Roger Waters interview , I've bin a fan for over 40 years! Just fantastic!

  • Jill Klausen
    Jill Klausen6 ай бұрын

    Thank you, Chris and TRNN, for continuing to bring forth the truth tellers about the most crucial issues of our time.



    5 ай бұрын

    @Biking With Panda Grow up

  • Scott y

    Scott y

    5 ай бұрын

    @Biking With Panda Might be the dumbest thing Ive ever heard. Give me one example?

  • alan Simmonds

    alan Simmonds

    5 ай бұрын

    @Biking With Panda LOL....Is that the best you can muster mate?

  • DJ Halt
    DJ Halt5 ай бұрын

    Loved watching this interview. As well as an immense talent, Roger really is a great example of a thoroughly decent human being.

  • Nick H
    Nick H11 сағат бұрын

    Can't believe Roger is in his 80th year... 80! The guy is vital, full of energy and an icon. God bless you Roger.. The world needs your voice.

  • Alexander Martinez
    Alexander Martinez5 ай бұрын

    Just saw him tonight in Vegas and almost three hours of legendary music

  • Mat 404
    Mat 4045 ай бұрын

    Such a great respect for this two lads. Chris and Roger I salute you!

  • Maria G
    Maria G5 ай бұрын

    We live in strange times, where everything that is good, is now bad and everything bad, is now good - I'm so relieved people with power, that see through the contrived bs narrative, are speaking out! Bless you, Roger (you're a total silver fox) and Chris (love you)!❤️💜❤️

  • MIO
    MIO5 ай бұрын

    I am so grateful not all musicians have sold out. Thank you Roger. You are such a nice human being

  • Fuc Youtube

    Fuc Youtube

    4 ай бұрын

    He did to trump,wtf did trump do bad lol nothing

  • Nineteen 84

    Nineteen 84

    4 ай бұрын

    Troll alert

  • MIO


    4 ай бұрын

    @xandervk I agree to disagree. But who knows what is right right now..

  • xandervk


    4 ай бұрын

    Unfortunately Roger did sell out, to Putin.

  • Pavel Uzunov
    Pavel Uzunov4 ай бұрын

    The best soul and human left from the evil music industry....such an honour to listen to him. Hope quite a few will pick up what he says and most important LISTEN!

  • chicklets4ever
    chicklets4ever5 ай бұрын

    Great work, Chris and RNN. Aside from being a one-man political force, Roger is a fine artist and poet and a true gentleman, as we saw, for example in his keenness to point out that Rick Wright composed the music to "Us and Them."

  • Martine Zee
    Martine Zee5 ай бұрын

    Love love this conversation thank you both for so much inspiration my exclamation! Cannot wait to read your memoirs Roger! ❤✌️

  • Tom Rock
    Tom Rock5 ай бұрын

    What a wonderful human being... Thank you for all of your work, efforts and unlimited courage. One of the few true rockers left. Endless love and respect. 🤞🙏❤️❤️❤️🍀🍀🍀

  • Shnu2
    Shnu25 ай бұрын

    I recently read the memoir of Flea from the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and in it there was a quote that stuck with me - Anything but Love is weakness. It is easy to give in to the dark side of our nature, in this world we are constantly manipulated and encouraged to do so but it takes courage and strength to resist. So I say to all that read this, don’t let the bastards bring you down, instead keep your light shining brightly.

  • kevin122759
    kevin1227596 ай бұрын

    Roger is a great person. He could have stepped away and said nothing. Money does not drive him, Love does.

  • kevin122759


    5 ай бұрын

    @jennyshoarhouse You are correct.

  • jennyshoarhouse


    5 ай бұрын

    Love and not identity. That's what makes us good .

  • Chris Miller

    Chris Miller

    5 ай бұрын

    Which show of his where he didn't charge anyone, was his best

  • Qplas Ōt

    Qplas Ōt

    5 ай бұрын

    Well said.

  • Seti
    Seti5 ай бұрын

    Thank you, gentlemen, you are both men of courage and dignity!

  • Inez
    Inez5 ай бұрын

    it's a wonderful in depth interview~ I have long loved PF and Roger's ability to have a razor sharp look at humanity with the incredible talent to convey that thru music! Songs that have significantly influenced my perspective. Thank You! ❤️‍🔥🎶 (btw-the written transcription is terrible)

  • Jay Newton
    Jay Newton4 ай бұрын

    Mr Waters knowledge, thinking, understanding, empathy , political views are totally amazing. I can not wait to see this boss man next year. It's gunna be such a long time. 😩

  • Kelley Chilton
    Kelley ChiltonАй бұрын

    I've been listening to Pink Floyd since 1971 and was fortunate enough to see them in concert. Their song 'Welcome to the Machine' is more relevant today than ever.

  • SP801
    SP8015 ай бұрын

    I got to see him in slc 2 weeks ago. It was epic. I was surprised though at how much he held back. With his platform he has the potential to say a lot more and piss more people off than the average person.

  • Russell Hawkins
    Russell Hawkins5 ай бұрын

    What an excellent credit to humanity those two gentlemen are.

  • blindinbluesmusic
    blindinbluesmusic4 ай бұрын

    One of the most profound and deep interviews I have ever seen - you are both heroes of progressive politics

  • mariali santander
    mariali santander5 ай бұрын

    much love and admiration to roger, for the recognition of his long artistic career and congruence with the transcendental values of life...thank you chris for bringing him closer to your public

  • Mariana Lazarevic
    Mariana Lazarevic5 ай бұрын

    First album I ever bought in my teenager years was a pink flo…… album !!! Shine on you crazy diamond !!!!

  • Elyse Gilbert
    Elyse Gilbert5 ай бұрын

    Fantastic interview Chris! Two of my favorite people using their 'words are mightier than swords' frequently... you and Roger Waters make this world a tolerable place. Applauding you both! And YES, #FreeAssangeNOW.❤

  • Steve Jagger
    Steve Jagger5 ай бұрын

    Thank you both so much for such an insightful discussion. This kind of discussion is all too rare in these days of lying and deception from the propaganda machine.

  • Joseph Schaumberg
    Joseph Schaumberg5 ай бұрын

    Really scary but oddly comforting to know at least a few people know what’s going on in this world

  • mano a mano

    mano a mano

    4 ай бұрын

    And the guts to speak out, loudly.

  • Jasper Chance

    Jasper Chance

    4 ай бұрын


  • Karen Burns

    Karen Burns

    4 ай бұрын

    And willing to talk about it.

  • Fuc Youtube

    Fuc Youtube

    4 ай бұрын

    Yupp lol

  • parham
    parham5 ай бұрын

    I'm so luck to have been at his show... I love love Roger Waters... One of the greatest! Songs, lyrics, politics, activism, etc., all top level! He's truly a genius.

  • Lord Charfield
    Lord Charfield4 ай бұрын

    Roger Waters is an absolute hero! Chris - thank you so much for having him on! Amazing legend ❤

  • Sympatico G
    Sympatico G4 ай бұрын

    I can't believe I just now found this interview. Love you Roger, and thank you Chris!!!

  • lovesallweneed
    lovesallweneed25 күн бұрын

    What a wonderful interview. It made me like RW even more. What a gentle soul and a learned man. I love poetry. Being a Persian, we all do. My mother was illiterate but she could recite Persian poetry very well. Life is full of surprises. Thank you for this interview. Brilliant.

  • Charles Micheaux
    Charles Micheaux5 ай бұрын

    This is such an enlightening lovely man and the poem he recited is just Dope!

  • Captain Howdy
    Captain Howdy6 ай бұрын

    “This is not a Drill” is a brilliant show. Hedges and Waters are powerhouses of critical dissent.

  • Captain Howdy

    Captain Howdy

    3 ай бұрын

    @Adam Jensen Roger Waters wrote all of those songs. It’s his right as an artist to perform his art. That’s the point. Besides, the theatrics and the showmanship by Waters is beyond anything Gilmore can produce. Albeit, Gilmore is an amazing songwriter and musician, he doesn’t have the artistic vision that Waters possesses. Stick to critique in comment sections, Adam. Your talent will not be forgotten until it’s buried by other asinine critiques.

  • Kelly Carver

    Kelly Carver

    5 ай бұрын

    Have you seen Karen Kingston interviews on Stew Peters yet or read the 9/12 exec order destroying our specie?

  • Josip Lilić

    Josip Lilić

    5 ай бұрын

    @Wandering Warrior your diagnosis of enlightenment sociaty, to quote the name of Metallica song, is "Sad But Truth"

  • Warren Butterfield

    Warren Butterfield

    5 ай бұрын

    I have to give a bit of a nod to you on that one Adam. Earlier in the show, I think breathe was done with a synthesizer arrangement… zero guitars…Seemed like a subtle slap at the contributions to a beautiful tune from David Gilmour. Rogers guitar player was admirable though… Playing that custom built telecaster through most of the show he was able to ape David Gilmours tone and melodic fashion. That was a bit of a saving grace yet had to roll my eyes at the onslaught of political commentary for the most part. So I’m a Christian and I know what’s coming or like the rest of the crowd there I would’ve just gone home and hung myself . The sky isn’t falling, but the empires of lies will… Be patient it’s coming, faster than we know.

  • Eddie Sanon
    Eddie Sanon5 ай бұрын

    I have passion ❤️‍🔥 to listen to you guys. Keep up the movement at the bar Roge…

    SCAB CASTLE5 ай бұрын

    Roger is a treasure, the new rolling stone interview with him came off as a hit-piece.

  • mostafa elsarawy
    mostafa elsarawy5 ай бұрын

    Love and deep respect for bath of you. You make our evel life barely possible.

  • Les Lumières
    Les Lumières4 ай бұрын

    This is an interview of metaphysical qualities. Thank you Chris Hedges and Roger Waters.

  • Susi Lemare
    Susi Lemare5 ай бұрын

    Thank you to the both of you for modeling deep integrity and caring, you are both inspiring!

  • Dejan Andrić
    Dejan Andrić5 ай бұрын

    Listening to this amazing musician and intellectual and then reading all those idiotic comments full of hatred on his Facebook page last few weeks, simply realize that he is like a candle in the darkness. So happy that saw him live. No matter how much I like the other three, Pink Floyd would not have been what became without this amazing man.

  • End Wildlife Services'Needless Killing Of Wildlife

    End Wildlife Services'Needless Killing Of Wildlife

    2 ай бұрын

    The facebook rants against him are most likely bots or hired trolls, as always......maybe some chosen thrown into the mix

  • Helena Mohammad Lou

    Helena Mohammad Lou

    5 ай бұрын

    Slazem se totalno

  • DD London
    DD London5 ай бұрын

    What a brilliant interview!! Much respect for Roger!

  • Capt.Eissa Eissa
    Capt.Eissa Eissa4 күн бұрын

    We need more people like Roger in this world.

  • Music Mom
    Music Mom10 күн бұрын

    Roger Waters - what a great musician and great soul! Got tickets for the upcoming Budapest concert in April, can't wait to be there!

  • andreevayulia
    andreevayulia4 ай бұрын

    What a rarity: very intellectual and highly sensible to the pains of humanity and a great musician! Im in complete awe♥️♥️♥️

  • rikiwakwak
    rikiwakwak5 ай бұрын

    The best musicians throughout history, wrote about the truth. Thats why its so good and lasts forever. R.W. fan for life ; )

  • Kevin Onorato
    Kevin Onorato5 ай бұрын

    To see Roger on the edge of tears should cause anyone to feel more than they had before. I love that these two hold each other in such high regard.

  • Avera Yugen
    Avera Yugen5 ай бұрын

    I read All the Pretty Horses after hearing this dialogue. It was a meditation on authenticity and the power/spiritual centeredness that derives from that... An overwhelming minimalistic long poem and an impassioned quiet plea to be deeply heard, healing waiting within...

  • Rubia Pel
    Rubia Pel3 ай бұрын

    Quote of the year “ You know we’re all in trouble when Henry Kissinger is the voice of reason “ ❤

  • Adrian C
    Adrian C5 ай бұрын

    brilliant show, thank you both!

  • Jeanette Pettiford
    Jeanette Pettiford5 ай бұрын

    See you at the bar Roger! Awesome, and very moving show (Sacramento '22). Music has always taught us about Human Rights! I never heard of Palestine until U2 mentioned them in the 30-40 years ago, made me look into it. Now with Ukraine I'm following a band in a bunker trying to survive keep their unity and music alive.. Music/Art is therapy and education. Thank you for doing something so positive with your fame. So great to see you passionate about it still! It gives us hope and strength.

  • Audio Pervert
    Audio Pervert5 ай бұрын

    One the few worthwhile rockers from that generation .. Yet so sad, he lives in the worst country on earth, or his own homeland another rotten ex-empire. Kudos to both these guys for having a conversation.

  • Carol Garibay
    Carol Garibay6 ай бұрын

    Two legends together. Thank you!!! 🤓

  • Bisbo Nian
    Bisbo NianАй бұрын

    We bought tickets for the tour in, I think, 2019, or maybe even early 2020. Neither of us have seen a big concert in decades. And then it was cancelled, and we thought..."well, that money is gone". And of course we were wrong. The show was rescheduled, and we went and saw it, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks, Roger

  • Clove Coast
    Clove Coast5 ай бұрын

    just saw his tour a couple weeks ago in Tacoma. what an awesome show, and Roger’s voice is still great!

  • Andy Kyriakides
    Andy Kyriakides5 ай бұрын

    It's amazingly refreshing at how learned and geo politically educated the music icon Roger Waters is . He's unique , there's no other celebrity out there that has the courage to publicly speak the truth , which today is considered a revolutionary act .

  • Thomas Wayne
    Thomas Wayne5 ай бұрын

    Indeed, There is only one road. Thank you both. Rock on, brothers.

  • Jon Bernhards
    Jon Bernhards5 ай бұрын

    Big thumbs up to Chris Hedges for this wonderful and a great interview!

  • joe black
    joe black5 ай бұрын

    Just caught his amazing & moving show here in L.A. - I laughed, I cried, I screamed with joy, I raised my middle finger in the air, I listened to some awesome music and I drank some whiskey at "the bar" with an icon. As always, much love and respect - in solidarity ✊🏽

  • benny moret

    benny moret

    5 ай бұрын

    Wow, an Evening of a Lifetime... Well Worth it The Next Day Hang🥴over... I lMAGINE. i Saw Waters's The Wall Concert in 2012 At Yankee Stadium and Almost By The Same Time I Discover Hedges Seeing and Hearing Him in an Lecture About Corporate America And How infirtrace The Government....and Since That Day i Had Been Fan Of His...✍🏽 and Of Waters Since The 1970's. 👍

  • Bangfi ( บั้งไฟ )
    Bangfi ( บั้งไฟ )5 ай бұрын

    What a wonderful interview with 2 beautiful people in a world of Insanity. So hard to give younger people the benefit of long life knowledge when the media megaphone is so loud. LOVE ❤️ U BOTH.

  • Linda DiBona
    Linda DiBona5 ай бұрын

    Thank you Chris for this beautiful interview with Rodger. Sharing now. I look forward to more interviews like this. Thanks again, Chris.

  • Leonardo Ortega
    Leonardo Ortega5 ай бұрын

    It’s really fulfilling to be able to attend a conversation between two of the coolest and bravest. Such a privilege 🙏🏽

  • Marie Louise Poland
    Marie Louise Poland5 ай бұрын

    Thank you Roger Waters and Chris Hedges! Namaste 🙏💞

  • Tomas Ringström
    Tomas Ringström13 күн бұрын

    This was an incredibly great way to begin my day. Had the Swedish public service news on the tele, totally irrellevant stories obviously trying to deflect my mind from things that truly are important. Thank God I stumbled on this while I was randomly scrolling down my youtube. Roger Waters and Pink Floyd was one of those things that hit me in the strange age of eleven (what is an eleven year old really?) The Wall overwhelming my ears and brain through some enormous Philips headphones sitting on the floor in front of my stepdads stereo. I took those headphones off as a different person. What just happened? Did they just explain to me the schoolyard fear and anguish is something universal. Im not alone. ThankYou!

  • X3R0D3D
    X3R0D3D6 ай бұрын

    what an absolute treat to be able to hear Roger speak in real time about the issues of the day, when his music for many of us was the introduction to anti-establishment thought... thanks Chris, thanks real news, awesome content!

  • Quivering Moist
    Quivering Moist5 ай бұрын

    Went to his Atlanta show, powerful stuff. Roger was never afraid of speaking out, at least he's using his fame to move towards "change".

  • Emergent Form
    Emergent Form5 ай бұрын

    Roger Waters is an incredible proponent for truth and freedom. And I LOVE his contributions to Floyd, huge fan. Much love and respect to you Roger, thank you for all that you are doing to help feed the global political awakening. ❤

  • Llywelyn Gruffydd
    Llywelyn Gruffydd5 ай бұрын

    Waters is awesome. Easily one of my favorite song writers of all time. So many artists have been conned by neolibs these days, especially on these issues. It's awesome that he could see through all that.

  • dubchile
    dubchile5 ай бұрын

    Delightful. With 10 minutes remaining of this chat I began to fret about it finishing. Then the conversation turned to mirror my thoughts on that. Earlier today, prior to watching this, I used the phrase 'This is not a drill' for the first time ever, completely oblivious to it's connection here with Roger. Also my friend who rarely goes anywhere is suddenly travelling to 'Zagreb' in a week's time..He lost his beloved friend last week. "There is only one road." Ain't life strange and wonderful! 🙏

  • panos stroumpis
    panos stroumpis3 ай бұрын

    I am so happy to listen to two great people with great mine's and good hart, we need more people like them in this World.

  • TroyD 9888
    TroyD 98885 ай бұрын

    I wish I was there and could hug both men for dedicating their lives to humanity. I grew up in Iran listening to pink floyd. 💗 I didn't understand the songs because I didn't speak English but it was clear that the there is an important message embedded in the music. Thank you Chris and Roger for making the world 🌎 worth while living for.

  • Kristina Veirum

    Kristina Veirum

    5 ай бұрын

    @Jon Blackers A reply to what and what did you write?

  • Jon Blackers

    Jon Blackers

    5 ай бұрын

    @Kristina Veirum interesting, I wrote a reply and it vanished.

  • Kristina Veirum

    Kristina Veirum

    5 ай бұрын

    @Jon Blackers Yes he certainly does and he’s been very vocal about it.

  • Joel Quaintance
    Joel Quaintance5 ай бұрын

    Great interview; it ended too quick. Roger is so real. And, Chris you did a really good job setting him at ease, keeping him focused on your questions, and choosing this interview.

  • David Baron Stevens
    David Baron Stevens5 ай бұрын

    I love to see a master such as Chris Hedges begging for wisdom from another master when trying time after time to get him explain his process for writing songs. Any fan of Chris knows he loves great music and I can very much imaging how it feels to interview someone I respect as much as Chris likely does Roger Waters

  • Lee Forrester
    Lee Forrester5 ай бұрын

    What a great interview and conversation with Roger. Thank you Chris and TRNN.

  • Anneli Zetterström
    Anneli Zetterström5 ай бұрын

    Thank you. Always loved Pink Floyd (and their lyrics)

  • DasItMane
    DasItMane5 ай бұрын

    Saw clips of this tour on KZread and thought well he's almost 80, it prob won't be that good. Decided 3 hours before the show to buy tickets. Drove myself 2 hours and made it just in time for the show. One of the best decisions I ever made. The experience moves you. Thank you Roger!

  • Leonard Beaudin
    Leonard Beaudin6 ай бұрын

    Thank you it’s always a pleasure to listen to Roger or Chris,two of the most human people on this short on time planet. Share the wealth save humanity 🌏🌎🌍

  • Cambria Wellness

    Cambria Wellness

    5 ай бұрын

    I love how Roger goes to the source, using his name, to prod leaders in political chains. I write, also, to whoever might read it, yet I don't have the clout, ha! His passion, and Chris's is awesome.

  • Lace ridesbig
    Lace ridesbigАй бұрын

    Saw you with pink Floyd in the 70s at a small indoor theater in Cincinnati Ohio. The surround sound was in. A circle and we only smoked weed but it was like we were tripping. Thanks Roger and the rest for your awe Inspiring talent. We love you man!

  • djmateo713
    djmateo7133 ай бұрын

    Roger's been such an outstanding critic & peace advocate that I still forget he lead the band that shaped my youth.

  • Lars Lundsdal
    Lars Lundsdal5 ай бұрын

    Fantastisk talk Thanks ❤️