The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 13, 2004

7:00 am
California Supreme Court Nixes Gay Marriages. David Moats, author of Civil Wars: A Battle for Gay Marriage and editorial page editor at the Rutland Herald no call waiting. Kate Kendall, executive director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights.

7:20 am
ACLU wins landmark settlement agreement on behalf of neglected California students and schools. Jenny Pearlman, staff attorney with Public Advocates, one of co-counsel on Williams case.

7:30 am
Austin Clarke, author of The Polished Hoe and professor
of literature who has taught at Yale, Brandeis, Williams,
Duke, and the Universities of Texas and Indiana.

8:00 am
Bush nominates Porter Goss for post as director of CIA. Mel Goodman, a former CIA analyst, senior fellow for intelligence reform at the Center for International Policy; David MacMichael, former analyst for the CIA.

8:30 am
In the Pocket: semi-regular series on music and performing arts. Stuart Nicholson, author of Ella Fitzgerald: The Complete Biography.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Ella Filgerald


Title: Honeysuckle Rose


Album: For the Love of Ella Fitzgerald

Label: Verve


Time: 1st Hour


Artist: Ella Filgerald


Title: O Lady, Be Good


Album: For the Love of Ella Fitzgerald

Label: Verve


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist: Ella Filgerald


Title: A-Tisket A-Tasket


Album: For the Love of Ella Fitzgerald

Label: Verve


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist: Ella Filgerald


Title: Sophisticated Lady


Album: For the Love of Ella Fitzgerald

Label: Verve


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist: Ella Filgerald


Title: How High the Moon


Album: For the Love of Ella Fitzgerald

Label: Verve

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