This Week's Radio Show
Here's what's on this week's radio show. Your Call airs from 10:00-11:00 am on 91.7 FM - Feel free to call in at: 415.841.4134 or 866.798.8255. You can also listen to live and archived shows online. We started podcasting today. You can subscribe here.
Monday - A conversation with Stephen Hinshaw, chair of the department of psychology at UC Berkeley and author of "The Mark of Shame: Stigma of Mental Illness and an Agenda for Change"
Tuesday - Mothers of soldiers who served or are serving in Iraq - Many have turned their personal grief into activism
Guests: Sara Rich, mother of Suzanne Swift - Suzanne was arrested for going AWOL last year. She says she was sexually harassed and abused by her commanders in Iraq and at home. She spent a year in Iraq.
Nadia McCaffrey, mother of Patrick - Patrick was killed in Iraq in June 2004 - His death received national attention after Nadia invited the press to take photos and video of his flag-draped coffin returning home, which violates U.S. military policy
Carolyn Ho, mother of Ehren Watada, the first commissioned officer to publicly refuse to deploy to Iraq
Pat Soler, mother of Sgt. Kyle Soler - Kyle has been in Baghdad since October 2006 - Pat is a member of Blue Star Moms
Wednesday - Combatants for Peace, an organization founded by Israelis and Palestinians who put down their weapons to end the cycle of violence
Guests: Shimon Katz, a former Israeli soldier, and Sulaiman Al Hamri, a former Palestinian combatant
Thursday: A conversation with Donna Bee-Gates, author of "I Want It Now: Navigating Childhood in a Materialistic World"
Friday - How did the media cover the week's news?
Guest so far: John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief of The Economist