The Morning Show

The Morning Show – October 29, 2004

7:00 am
Yassir Arafat, President of the Palestinian Authority and Chairman
of the Palestine Liberation Organization Airlifted to Paris Hospital. And the lost munitions in Iraq. Chris Toensing, editor of Middle East Report , Middle East Research and Information Project, www.MERIP.org

7:30 am
Benjamin Barber, former foreign affairs advisor to Howard Dean
and author of Fear’s Empire: War, Technology, and Democracy.

8:00 am
Reyna Cowan on Film: "Vera Drake" by Mike Leigh, “Tarnation”.

8:30 am
Movie Theater Ownership Proposition L on the SF Ballot. Gary Meyer, owner of the Balboa Theater (No on L); Wendy Levy, with the Bay Area Video Coaliton (also No on L)(the other side did not return calls).

8:48 am
Malcolm Margolin, author and founder of Heyday Books, celebrating its 30th
Anniversary. www.heydaybooks.com


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Greg Hopkins Quintete


Title: Double Talk


Album: Quintology

Label: Summit Records


Time: 1st Hour


Artist: Noodle Muffin Presents


Title: Blazing Empire


Album: Regime Change

Label:


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist: Greg Hopkins Quintete


Title: Quintology


Album: Quintology

Label: Summit Records

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