The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 31, 2004

7:00 am
International Studies in Higher Education Act, HR 3077. Guests Rashid Khalidy, Director of Middle East Institute at Columbia University, and Joel Beinen, Prof. of Middle East History, Stanford.

7:30 am
Max Pringle with Labor: A visit with David K. Shipler, author of The Working Poor: Invisible in America

8:00 am
Cesar Chavez’s 77th Birthday. Guests Santiago Casal, Director of the Chavez Memorial Solar Calendar Project and Rhythm of the Seasons Curriculum, and Liz Fuentes, 5th grade teacher in Berkeley’s 1000 Oaks School.

8:20 am
Second Annual Comedy Night at 826 Valencia.

8:30 am
An interview with Owen Gingerich, author of The Book Nobody Read:
Chasing the Revolutions of Nicolaus Copernicus


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Either/orchestra


Title: los olvidados


Album: Neo-Modernism

Label: Accurate Records


Time:1st hour


Artist: Paco De Lucia


Title: Casa Bernardo


Album: Cositas Buenas

Label: Blue Thumb Records


Time: 2nd hour


Artist: Either/orchestra


Title: fast edd


Album: Neo-Modernism

Label: Accurate Records

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