The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 14, 2004

7:00 am
Bush Proposes Opening Roadless National Forests. Dan Hamburg, Voice of the Environment – www.voiceoftheenvironment.com, Mike Bybee, conservation organizer for the Sierra Club.

7:20 am
Clear Channel vs. Project Billboard. Peter Scheer, ex. dir of Calif. First Amendment Coalition.

7:30 am
David Bacon on Labor, Organizing at the Berkeley Bowl. Kevin Myers
John Dalrimple, Contra Costa Central Labor Council, at the California Labor Federation’s Convention

8:00 am
Endangered Languages. Mark Abley, author of Spoken Here: Travels Among Threatened Languages; Leanne Hinton, chair of the Linguistics Dept at UC Berkeley and author of Flutes Of Fire: Essays On California Indian Languages and How To Keep Your Language Alive; Nancy Steel, board member of Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival — she is of Karuk descent, learning the Karuk language, and is also a trainer for a language learning program.

8:30 am
Rose Zimbardo, Neil Isaacs, editors of Understanding The Lord of the Rings: The Best of Tolkien Criticism.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Klazz Brothers & Cuba Percussion


Title: Afrolise -Beethoven, Fur Elise


Album: Classic Meets Cuba

Label: Sony Classical


Time: 1st hour


Artist: Klazz Brothers & Cuba Percussion


Title: Etude -Choplin, Etude Op. 10, No 3


Album: Classic Meets Cuba

Label: Sony Classical


Time: 2nd hour


Artist: Klazz Brothers & Cuba Percussion


Title: Carmen Cubana -Bizet Carmen Suite


Album: Classic Meets Cuba

Label: Sony Classical

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