Explorations – December 28, 2004

Stephen L. Petranek, editor in chief of Discover magazine, looking back at the 10 top science discoveries of 2004. Also, bird flu spreading in Japan; EPA says 223 counties in 20 states are in violation of standards concerning soot; Courts are now ruling on the admissibility of evidence obtained by brain scans, scientists and ethicists … Continued


Flashpoints – December 27, 2004

We interview author David Ray Griffen of The New Pearl Harbor, Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11 and his most recent book The 911 Commission Report: Ommissions and Distortions. 911 Coverup Questions from before, during and after 9/11 still unanswered are discussed.

The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – December 20, 2004

A newly released document indicates president bush may have directly issued an executive order authorizing abusive interrogation methods against prisoners in iraq.. .the administration denies there was such an order… For only the second time a military panel reverses the designation of a Guantanamo prisoner as an enemy combatant. .the unidentified prisoner will be released… … Continued

Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – December 19, 2004

Scoop Nisker sits in for Larry Bensky this week on Sunday Salon. First hour features cosmologist and author Brian Swimme, revealing the latest discoveries about the universe and how we can make the latest science personal and relevant to our mythology and religions. In the second hour, Scoop’s guest will be Jerry Mander, media critic … Continued

Special Broadcast

– December 2, 2004

7 am to 6pm PST Pacifica Network Pre-empts Regular Programming for National Simulcast Special Broadcast to Raise Funds To Help Rescue the Rare Valuable Collection of 50,000 Historical Recordings Housed in the Pacifica Radio Archives. Highlights Include: Broadcast of Recently Rediscovered 1972 Recording of Comedy Legend Richard Pryor Reading His Poetry and Commenting on Rebellion … Continued