Democracy Now 6am

Democracy Now! (6 am) – April 10, 2008

Telecom Whistleblower Discovers Circuit that Allows Access to All Systems on Wireless Carrier — Phone Calls, Text Messages, Emails and More. China’s Great Leap: Human Rights Watch on the Beijing Games and Olympian Human Rights Challenges. Justice Department Increasingly Avoiding Corporate Prosecutions. Report: 40 Years After King, Little Progress in Closing Economic Inequality Gap Between … Continued


The Morning Show

The Morning Show – April 9, 2008

The Olympic Torc”s arrival in San Francisco. David Bacon, labor correspondent, covers a live demonstration at the Blue Diamond warehouse in Sacramento. In the second hour Jeffrey Sachs joins host Aimee Allison to discuss his book "Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet". Wrapping up the program a tribute to Paul Robeson who turns 110. … Continued


Act One Radio Drama

Act One Radio Drama – March 16, 2008

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"Top Girls"It’s the middle of the high-flying, go-getting 80’s in Magge Thatcher’s England and Marlene finally has something to celebrate – she’s just been made Managing Director of Top Girls Employment Agency. But with no friends to speak of, and a past she’d just as soon forget, the guests at Marlene’s party are a collection … Continued


The Hear and Now

The Hear & Now – March 13, 2008

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Singer Sasha Dobson performs live!  Santa Cruz-bred, New York City-based singer Sasha Dobson previews her upcoming Northern California appearances by performing live and chatting with host Derk Richardson. Dobson’s jazz-steeped approach to folk-pop may fall in the Norah Jones category (and her debut album, Modern Romance, was co-produced by Jones associates Richard Julian and Jesse … Continued


APEX Express

APEX Express – March 6, 2008

The Pretty Buoyant Show is back in effect after a month long hiatus!Join hosts DJ Phatrick and Adriel Luis as we interview Japanese American filmmaker Tad Nakamura about his acclaimed film,  PILGRIMAGE, which tells the story about how the rediscovery of a Japanese internment camp in the 60′ s galvanized the budding Asian American movement … Continued


Democracy Now 9am (rebroadcast)

Democracy Now! (9 am) – February 14, 2008

Entertainment Writers Claim Victory in Deal Ending 14-Week Strike; "Chocolate’s Bittersweet Economy": Cocoa Industry Accused of Greed, Neglect for Labor Practices in Ivory Coast; Theo Chocolate Founder, CEO Joe Whinney on Fair Trade Cocoa. Headlines     * Senate Approves Waterboarding Ban    * House Rejects Extending Surveillance Law    * Boeing Rendition Suit Dismissed in U.S. Court    … Continued


Democracy Now 6am

Democracy Now! (6 am) – February 14, 2008

Entertainment Writers Claim Victory in Deal Ending 14-Week Strike; "Chocolate’s Bittersweet Economy": Cocoa Industry Accused of Greed, Neglect for Labor Practices in Ivory Coast; Theo Chocolate Founder, CEO Joe Whinney on Fair Trade Cocoa. Headlines * Senate Approves Waterboarding Ban * House Rejects Extending Surveillance Law * Boeing Rendition Suit Dismissed in U.S. Court * … Continued


Sing Out

Sing Out – February 13, 2008

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Larry will be featuring the gritty soundtrack to the popular cable series The Wire covering five seasons of the famed series. The hot classical album "Oceana" by Osvaldo Golijov featuring Luciana Souza, Dawn Upshaw and the Kronos Quartet will also be featured tonight.


Democracy Now 9am (rebroadcast)

Democracy Now! (9 am) – February 12, 2008

Torture, Due Process Concerns Mar Capital Case Against Alleged 9/11 Conspirators; Discovery Channel Accused of Political Censorship for Dropping Oscar-Nominated Doc on U.S. Torture; Nobel Laureate and "Banker to the Poor" Muhammad Yunus on Micro-Lending, Its Critics and the Bush Administration’s Negative Impact on Global Poverty. Today’s Headlines     * Gates Backs Stalling Limited Troop … Continued