In Your Ear

In Your Ear – November 19, 2005

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Sandra Luna, one of the great tango singers of her generation, is interviewed by Art Sato. Taped in Buenos Aires in July 2005, the interview covers the whole range of her remarkable career which started in the 1970s at age seven. Also featured will be selections from her Grammy-nominated recording, Tango Varón, and her first … Continued


Counterspin – November 11, 2005

For months on end we’ve heard that the so-called oil-for-food scandal would show deep corruption at the highest levels of the United Nations. So when a lengthy report on the program’s mismanagement came out, how did the facts stack up against the right-wing spin that’s been driving the story? Joshua Holland of Alternet will join … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 9, 2005

7:00 The Election That Was. A. G. Block Director of Public Affairs Journalism at the Univ. of Calif. Center in Sacramento; Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, Senior Scholar, School of Policy, Planning and Development at USC; Daffodil Altan, Editor at New California Media who has been covering Props 73, 74, and 76. 7:30 David Bacon on Labor. … Continued

Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – November 6, 2005

… live from the Green Festival in San Francisco. Host Larry Bensky and guest co-host Matt Gonzalez will talk with Green Festival speakers and exhibitors about new ideas for living sustainably. For more information about the Green Festival, visit Plus, a discussion with Elizabeth de la Vega about Libby, Rove, indictments and the ongoing … Continued

Pushing Limits

Pushing Limits – November 4, 2005

Pushing Limits will cover the California Special Election. The show will discuss the various ballot propositions and the impact the outcome will have on the disability community. Ruthanne Shpiner and Tom Ross will interview Paul Johnson, systems change advocate and client assistance program coordinator for Berkeley’s Center for Independent Living and Marilla Arguelles, president of … Continued


Flashpoints – November 3, 2005

Lewis Libby pleads not guilty to five felony counts regarding the cover-up of his role in Leak Gate, also, the Oakland Institute calls for a radical transformation in the way international food aid systems work to help prevent wholesale starvation; And on Earth Matters this week, an interview with Goldman Prize winner Sarah James, of … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – October 24, 2005

7:00 Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price. Robert Greenwald; Out Foxed: Rupert Murdock’s War on Journalism; Unconstitutional: the War on Civil Liberties; Uncovered: The War on Iraq; Greg Spotts. 8:10 Jacques Leslie, author of Deep Water: The Epic Struggle Over Dams, Displaced People, and the Environment; Todd Pickering, "Lagunitas Creek: Hope in Restoration"