The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 22, 2004

7:00 am
Elections in Taiwan. Guest Davy Kao, born in China and raised in Taiwan.

7:30 am
Congress is Outraged about Indecency in the Media. Marvin Johnson, legislative council for the ACLU, and Jeff Chester, Director of the Center for Digital Democracy.

7:53 am
Larry Bensky on the upcoming 9-11 hearings.

8:00 am
The Asian Youth Promoting Advocacy and Leadership (AYPAL), a collaboration project of seven agencies in the Asian and Pacific Islander Youth Network in the East Bay.

8:20 am
John Iverson on AIDS in Africa.

8:30 am
Ian Ruskin, "The Harry Bridges Project".

8:45 am
Anthony Scalia won’t recuse himself. Edward Lazarus, Author of Closed Chambers: The Rise, Fall, and Future of the Modern Supreme Court.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hr


Artist: Pat Kelly


Title: Minor Sith Sense


Album: JAZZIZ September 2003

Label: Artsong Music


Time: 2nd hr


Artist: Hiroshima


Title: Eternal Phoenix


Album: JAZZIZ September 2003

Label: Heads up


Time: 2st hr


Artist: Babatunde Lea


Title: Ejercito Moreno


Album: JAZZIZ September 2003

Label: Heads up

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