The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 11, 2005

7:00
Haiti.
Kevin Pina, filmmaker & independent journalist, in studio
Dr. David Olson, Medical advisor for Doctors Without Borders in Haiti

7:30
Journalists in contempt.
Jim Naureckas, editor of Extra, the magazine of Fairness and Accuracy in
Reporting;
Charles Davis, executive director of the Freedom of Information Center and assoc. prof at U. of Missouri School of Journalism;
James Moore, co-author of Bush’s Brain (re Karl Rove)


8:00

Fire Arts Festival.
Michael Sturtz – founder/executive director of the Crucible
Kristina Cañizares – fire eating instructor at the Crucible and performer
at Fire Arts Festival;
Justin Gray, fire sculptor showing his work in the Festival;
Festival is July 12-17 at the Crucible, 1260 7th St. in Oakland,
510-444-0919 or www.thecrucible.org

8:30

Parenting, with Opal Palmer Adisa — Teens and sex.
Dr. Tina Raine, physician at the New Generation reproductive health clinic
in San Francisco, serving youths from age 12 to 24

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