The Morning Show

The Morning Show – May 3, 2005

7:00 am
Right-wing attack on Public Broadcasting.
Ben Scott, Policy Director of Free Press;
Peter Hart, Media Analyst and Activism Director for FAIR.

7:30 am
California history panel.
Lauren Coodley, editor of "Upton Sinclair’s California: The Land of Orange
Groves";
Grey Brechen, author of "Imperial San Francisco: Urban Power and Earthly
Ruin";
Richard Walker, Prof. Of Geography at UC Berkeley
author of "Conquest of Bread: 150 Years of California Agribusiness";
May 19 at Black Oak Books.

8:00 am
Jacqueline Rose, author of The Question of Zion.

8:30 am
Leonard Bernstein’s Mass.
How spirituality motivates political action, and the role of the artist in
that process.
Michael Morgan, music director of the Oakland East Bay Symphony;
Ama Zenya, pastor of the 1st Congregational Church in Oakland;
Jake Heggie, composer of opera "Dead Man Walking."

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