The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 23, 2006

7:00


The Bin Laden Tapes, Suicide Bombings, Iraqi Elections and more.
As’ad Abu Khalil, Prof. of Political Science Cal State Stanislaus and author
of The Battle for Saudi Arabia: Royalty, Fundamentalism and Global Power

7:30

A debate on physician-assisted suicide
Peg Sandeen, Executive Director,
Death with Dignity National Center
in Oregon

Dr. Kenneth Stevens, Physicians for Compassionate Care

Nora Miller, a former Oregon resident. Her husband Rick used
Oregon’s Act in 1999 – one of the more than 200 people
who have.

Marilyn Golden, Policy Analyst at the Disability Rights Education and
Defense Fund (DREDF)

8:00
Peter Kwong, co-author of
Chinese America: The Untold Story of America’s Oldest New Community

Dusanka Miscevic

Flo Oy Wong , creator of Talk Story: An American Family at the Chinese Historical Society of America , 965 Clay Street (near Stockton), San Francisco, through April 9, 2006.

8:30

New California Media
Sandip Roy, NCM editor and host of Up Front radio show on KALW

Brad Westerhold, publisher. El Mensajero, a local Spanish language weekly newspaper, is being absorbed into the ImpreMedia empire.

Lisa Tsering of India West

8:54
Media Alliance’s 30th Anniversary celebration with Amy Goodman and
Alice Walker

Jeff Perlstein, executive director, Media Alliance

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