The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 27, 2004

7:00 am
Governor Arnold’s recent legislative decisions. Anthony York, editor of the newsletter Political Pulse.

7:30 am
Electronic Voting: Should We Be Worried? Bev Harris, executive director of Black Box Voting, Linda Schade, co-founder of the Campaign for Verifiable Voting in Maryland.

8:00 am
The Death Penalty in California: Too Flawed to Fix! Activist and Educational Conference. Cameron Sturdevant founding member of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty; Madison Hobley, Exonerated inmate and anti-death penalty activist from Illinois.

8:30 am
San Francisco Performances Celebrates 25th Anniversary.
Ruth Felt, founder and artistic director Frederica von Stade, legendary mezzo-soprano.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: George Cables


Title: Senorita De Aranjuez


Album: Looking For the Light

Label: Muse Records


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist: Teresa Cristina/ E Groupo Semente


Title: Sorri


Album: A Vida Me Fez Assim

Label: Deck Disk

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