The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 28, 2005

7:00 am
Iraq elections and escalating insurgent opposition. David Enders, journalist who’s been in Iraq for the last 13 months and author of the forthcoming Baghdad Bulletin: The Real Story of the War in
Iraq
(U. Michigan Press, April ’05) On-the-scene reports on the Iraq elections for MotherJones.com; Chris Toensing, editor of the Middle East Report for the Middle East Research and Information Project.

7:30 am
World Social Forum. Maria Luisa Mendonca, director of the Social Network for Justice and Human Rights in Brazil and an organizer of the World Social Forum; Pratap Chatterjee, Managing Editor and Project Director for CorpWatch; Antonia Juhasz, project director for the International Forum on Globalization.

8:00 am
Budget deficit out of control and other economic news. Doug Henwood, editor of The Left Business Observer.

8:30 am
Hettie Jones, author with Rita Marley of No Woman No Cry: My Life with Bob Marley.


Morning Show Segue Music:


Time: 7:32 am


Artist: Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers


Title: Power to Move Ya


Album: Free Like We Want 2 B

Label: Electra Entertainment


Time: Following played throughout 8:34am segment


Artist: Bob Marley


Title: Trenchtown Rock
Title: Slave Driver
Title: Burnin’ And Lootin’
Title: No Woman No Cry

Album: Songs Of Freedom

Label: Island Records Ltd.

Artist: Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers


Title: Today


Title: Free Like We Want 2 B

Album: Free Like We Want 2 B

Label: Electra Entertainment

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