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Monday, August 13, 2007

This week on Your Call Radio

Your Call, a live call-in radio show, airs from 10:00-11:00 am PST on KALW 91.7 FM in San Francisco - You can listen online and all shows are archived.

You can sign up for the podcast here.

*Monday: Eco-Travel - Is it possible to enjoy a vacation and tread lightly at the same time?

Guests: John Vlahides, Lonely Planet travel writer and editor of 71miles.com, and Martha Honey, executive director of the Center for Eco-tourism and Sustainable Development

*Tuesday: What's happening inside Iran and how is the U.S. responding?

Guests: Mansour Farhang, professor of Middle Eastern politics at Bennington College in Vermont and author of U.S. Imperialism: From the Spanish-American War to the Iranian Revolution, and Asef Bayat, chair of the International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World at Leiden University in Holland and author of Making Islam Democratic

*Wednesday: On the Record: Presidential hopeful Barack Obama - What is his voting record, where is he getting his campaign contributions, and who is running his campaign?

Guest so far: Salim Muwakkil, senior editor of In These Times

*Thursday: What have the Democrats accomplished since taking control of Congress in November?

*Friday: How did the media cover the week's news?

Guest so far: Betsy Reed, editor of The Nation


At 8/15/2007 3:55 PM, Blogger JACK BOO said...

"*Thursday: What have the Democrats accomplished since taking control of Congress in November?"

One thing they've accomplished that has never been done before...They've set the all-time record for lowest approval ratings of any Congress. Oh yeah...and the minimum wage increase. Let's hear it for the Minimum Wage Congress! Whoo Hoo!


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