The Morning Show

The Morning Show – May 4, 2004

7:00 am
Care Not Cash program begins in San Francisco. Julie Brown, campaign director for POWER, and Donna Gates, lives in a shelter and is a member of the Coalition On Homelessness.

7:30 am
Non-native salmon found in West Marin/Bush wants to count farmed salmon as wild salmon. Reuven Walder, watershed biologist, www.spawnusa.org.

7:45 am
World Tribunal on Iraq. Rania Jawad, steering committee for the New York session of the World Tribunal. Jennifer Ridha, advocate testifying on war crimes to the World Tribunal. www.worldtribunal-nyc.org

8:00 am
Billionaires for Bush (www.billionairesforbush.com) Dan Sonthapoor, new media tycoon; Rico Bastardo, Venezuelan oil scion; Lady Tinyheart, Iona Bigga Yacht.

8:30 am
Media Regime Change: A Benefit for Media Alliance with Bob McChesney, John Nichols, Farai Chideya and Jerry Mander, president of the International Forum on Globalization, Farai Chideya, one of the hosts of Your Call Radio on KALW M-F 10-11am, [Event info: Wednesday May 5, reception @ 5:30;
event @ 7pm. Wheeler Hall, UC Berkeley info at www.media-alliance.org


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist:Rosa Passos


Title:Morada do Samba


Album:Morada do Samba

Label:Lumiar Discos


Time:2nd hr


Artist: Vera Bila


Title:I’m Goin Home


Album:Rom Pop

Label:RCA Victor

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