The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 17, 2004

7:00 amCalifornia Performance Review Hearing on the Environment. Brian Edwards-Tiekert, KPFA News Dept. 7:30 amProposition 72 – Health Care Coverage Requirements Referendum. Yes: Jessica Rothar, Northern Calif. Organizer for Health Access California, Possible guest on No: Heidi Finberg, president San Leandro Chamber of Commerce. 8:00 amReyna Cowan on film. “Last Life in the Universe” John … Continued


Steppin' Out of Babylon

Steppin’ Out of Babylon – September 15, 2004

Interview with Christine Rose, independent filmmaker, producer of "Liberty Bound"– her journey of discovery into the lies, oppression, and corruption that has invaded her country since 9/11. Check the website (www.libertybound.com) and see the film and show it to others. It’s an easy to watch documentary made to educate– as soon as possible.


Youth Radio

Youth Radio – September 11, 2004

This week on Youth Radio on KPFA, we’ll take a look back at September 11th, 2001, and how Youth Radio covered the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. You’ll hear a commentary on how the word "terrorist" was began to be used by teenagers, and a commentary about the process of dealing with pain, whether on … Continued


Making Contact

Making Contact – September 10, 2004

The Struggle for Food Food. For some it’s as simple as going to a supermarket. But there are issues today that have a direct impact on the way we eat. Both the local landscape and the global economy hold sway over food availability. On this week’s edition we hear from people delivering fresh organic food … Continued


Flashpoints

Flashpoints – September 9, 2004

Israeli colonizing forces continue to slam into the Gaza strip, today killing another teenager, we’ll have a full report from a physician on the ground; plus, a very special segment with musician and activist Michael Franti speaking about his recent experiences in Palestine and Iraq and sharing some live music with us; a hard-hitting overview … Continued


Democracy Now

Democracy Now! (6 am) – September 8, 2004

U.S. Death Toll in Iraq Tops 1,000 RNC Aftermath: A Look at Undercover Cops, Preemptive Detention and Police Surveillance Trial Set to Begin Over Use of Pepper Spray-Soaked Cotton Swabs on Non-Violent Protesters in 1997 U.S. Revokes Visa to One of Europe’s Most Influential Islamic Thinkers


The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – September 5, 2004

Russians begin burying the victims of this week’s school massacre, while president Vladimir Putin vows to crush the Chechen rebels he blames for the assault… A mortar attack in Baghdad takes the lives of two U.S. soldiers… The prisoner-abuse scandal in Iraq widens, as four members of the navy seals now facing charges… Meanwhile, brigadier … Continued