The Broadcast Schedule for Monday, July 22, 2013
12 AM: Paralelo Zero-Radio Brazil: K C Vaz
2 AM: The A List: Sam Hopkins
6 AM: Al Jazeera English: Radio News Hour
7 AM: Bensonian Radio: Michael Benson
9 AM: Del ‘In Transition’ (fill-in)
12 Noon: In Context: Ken and Marchand MacDermotRoe and Del LaPietro – live call in
We mark the anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s historic first step on the moon with a discussion of the U.S. space program – its past and its future. Our guest is Andy Poniros, host of WPKN’s space exploration show Cosmic Perspective. Call-in during the show or email your questions before to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1 PM: Jazz And Standards: Malcolm C. Dankner (fill-in for The Jazz Sound: Rick Petrone)
4 PM: Pete Stewart
7 PM: Free Speech Radio News
7:30 PM: This Way Out: The International Lesbian & Gay Radio Magazine
8 PM: Counterpoint: Scott Harris
- Rev. Rick Hoyt, pastor of the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, discusses his congregation’s decision to join a lawsuit with the Electronic Frontier Foundation to halt the U.S. National Security Agency’s dragnet surveillance of U.S. citizen’s phone and internet communications.
- Louise Melling, Deputy Legal Director of the American Civil Liberties Union and Director of the group’s Center of Liberty, talks about the coordinated effort by Republican controlled legislature’s around the U.S. which have introduced 300 bills with the aim of restricting access to abortion, birth control and denying women critical medical services related to reproductive health.
- Judith Brown Dianis, co-diretor of the Advancement Project a multi-racial civil rights group, discusses her organization’s views on the jury verdict in the Trayvon Martin murder case — and the wider issue of persistent racial prejudice in America.
- Ben Manski, an attorney and executive director of the Liberty Tree Foundation talks about his group’s upcoming Democracy Convention, August 7-11 in Madison Wisconsin, where activists from around the U.S. will gather to strategize about effective ways to strengthen our democracy in communities, education, workplaces, local economies, the military, government, media and in our constitution.
10 PM: Writer’s Voice: Francesca Rheannon
Suspense writer Hallie Ephron‘s newest page-turner is There Was An Old Woman — its protagonists are the daughter of a difficult mother and her mother’s ninety-year old neighbor who’s the most delightful sleuth since Miss Marple. And then Lionel Shriver delves into the loyalties that can divide families when, in Shriver’s new novel, her main character’s morbidly obese brother comes to visit and she feels compelled to get him to lose weight. Lionel Shriver lost her own brother to obesity. Her novel Big Brother explores the issues of power struggles in families, our society’s obsession with food, and the obesity epidemic — all deftly drawn with Shriver’s dry wit.
11 PM Michael Dunham
2 AM (Tuesday): Luis Luna