The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 12, 2004

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7:00 am
Eyewitness to Occupation: Ten Months in Baghdad. Rick McDowell, Mary Trotochaud, Iraq Country Representatives of the American Friends Service Committee.

7:20 am
Update on the Congo. Professor Ernest Wamba dia Wamba , Senator,
Transitional Senate, Democratic Republic of the Congo.

7:30 am
Percy Schmeiser, Canadian farmer and environmental hero.

7:50 am
Gay Marriage update. Kate Kendall, National Center for Lesbian Rights, and a representative from the ACLU of Northern California.

8:00 am
Mario A. Murillo, author of Columbia and the United States: War, Unrest and Destabilization.

8:30 am
Naomi Neuman, "Fall Down Get Up", new one-woman show at A Traveling Jewish Theatre, through March 21 AND March 25 – 28 at Julia Morgan in Berkeley
**Thursdays are pay-what-you-can subject to availability**
Info at ticketweb or by phone at (415) 285-8080.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Marc Mommaas


Title: African FBI


Album: Global Motion

Label: Sunnyside Communications, Inc.


Time: 1st hour


Artist: Marc Mommaas


Title: Copenhagen Suite (part 1-3)


Album: Global Motion

Label: Sunnyside Communications, Inc.


Time: 2nd hour


Artist: Ilja Reijngoud Quartet


Title: Original Blonde


Album: New Arrival

Label: Munich Records