The Broadcast Schedule for Monday, March 3, 2014
12 AM: Paralelo Zero-Radio Brazil: K C Vaz
2 AM: The A List: Sam Hopkins
6 AM: Alternative Radio: David Barsamian
7 AM: Mark Mushin
9 AM: Johnny Be Good: John Corvino
12 Noon: Report To Listener: General Manager Steve di Costanzo
1 PM: The Jazz Sound: Rick Petrone
4 PM: Pete Stewart
7 PM: Feature Story News
7:30 PM: This Way Out: The International Lesbian & Gay Radio Magazine
8 PM: Counterpoint: Scott Harris
- Filmmaker Jean Phillippe Tremblay, talks about his new documentary film, “Shadows of Liberty: The Media Monopoly in American Journalism,” which he directed, produced and wrote. A free screening of the film, followed by an audience Q&A with Jean Phillippe, Mark Oppenheimer, coordinator of the Yale Journalism Initiative and Between The Lines’ radio producer Scott Harris will take place at Yale University’s Whitney Humanities Center in New Haven, CT, Thursday, March 6 at 7:00 pm.
- Laura Flanders, Executive Producer and host of “The Laura Flanders Show,” a contributing writer to The Nation magazine and a regular contributor to MSNBC. She recounts her recent interview with the late Jackson, Mississippi mayor Chokwe Lumumba just two weeks before his untimely death. In the interview Flanders conducted for Yes! magazine, Lumumba, “America’s most revolutionary mayor,” talks about his vision and work to rebuild Jackson, repairing rifts, and promoting a solidarity economy.
- Prof. David Kotz, professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and coauthor of the book, “Russia’s Path from Gorbachev to Putin: The Demise of the Soviet System and the New Russia.” He discusses the escalating crisis in Ukraine, assessing the rationale and possible consequences of Russia’s deployment of troops to the Crimea region, the U.S.-European response and strategies for reducing tensions.
- Michael Sherrard executive director of the group Faithful America, discusses the Arizona legislature’s passage of SB 1062 and Gov. Brewer’s subsequent veto of that measure, as well as his group’s current effort to challenge similar “religious freedom” legislation that would legalize discrimination against LGBT Americans in other states.
- Jeff Cohen, is founding director of the Park Center for Independent Media and associate professor of journalism at Ithaca College. Jeff, who was the founder of the media watch group, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting in 1986 and senior producer of MSNBC’s Phil Donahue show until the program was cancelled on the eve of the Iraq war, talks about the Public Broadcasting Service, (PBS) conflicts of interest by accepting the contributions of corporate sponsors, as recently occurred with a generous $3.5 million donation from former Enron trader and billionaire, John Arnold, who underwrote a PBS documentary on pension issues with a specific point of view.
10 PM: Writer’s Voice: Francesca Rheannon
Judy Foreman talks about America s biggest health problem – chronic pain. Her book, A Nation In Pain, covers the issue from the scientific, social, economic and health perspectives. It’s central thesis is that chronic pain is a disease in its own right – and deserves to be treated as the serious health problem it is.
11 PM: Jazz Adventures: Phil Bowler (fill-in for Sonic Spectrum: Chris Ferrio)
2 AM (Tuesday): Luis Luna