The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 22, 2004

7:00 am
Report Back from Bangkok. John Iverson, Act Up East Bay.

7:30 am
Election monitoring. Ted Lewis, director of the Fair Elections Initiative for Global Exchange, Sergio Aguayo, who is an expert on electoral affairs in Mexico, a founder of Aviansa Civica (Mexico’s leading electoral watchdog Org).

7:46 am
Creating a Wetland. Marge Kolar, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manager of
the restoration project for the South Bay wetlands, (maybe Clyde Morris, manager of the Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge)

8:00 am
Ken Auletta, author Backstory: Inside the Business of News talking with Richard Wolinsky of Cover to Cover.

8:20 am
Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw.

8:30 am
What’s Up at the SF MOMA. Madeleine Grynsztejn, Director of Painting and Sculpture at the SF Museum of Modern Art.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: First Hour


Artist: David Murray & the Gwo-Ka Masters featuring Pharoah Sanders


Title: O’ leonso


Album: GWOTET

Label: Justin Time


Time: Second Hour


Artist: Moges Habte


Title: Altchalkum


Album: Rough Guide to the Music of Ethiopia

Label: World Music Network


Time: Second Hour


Artist: Jack McDuff


Title: Organ Grinder’s Swing


Album: The Prestige Years

Label: Prestige


Time: Second Hour


Artist: Bill Tapia


Title: Mack the Knife


Album: Tropical Swing

Label: Moon Room

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