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					                                                      KPFA / KPFB
                                             1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                  Berkeley, CA 94704
                                    SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                             APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008

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                                   Korean American filmmaker Benson Lee about his new
                                   film, PLANET B-BOY: a documentary about the
2             Apex Express         international world of B-Boying.                            Thursday, April 03, 2008    30 mins

                                   Anthony Tussler of www.aboutdisability.com: surprising
                                   stories and songs of artists who are not generally
                                   recognized as disabled performers. The show features
3             Pushing Limits       cloaked and hidden disability Identities in Rock & Roll.    Friday, April 04, 2008      30 mins
                                   For National Poetry Month Jack Foley presents
                                   commentary on and a reading of the ancient Anglo-Saxon
4             Cover to Cover       poem, Beowulf, Part 1.                                      Wednesday, April 09, 2008   30 mins
                                   The geographer Saed Engel-Di Mauro discusses soil
                                   degradation and its impact on agriculture and the
5             Against the Grain    environment.                                                Wednesday, April 09, 2008   30 mins
                                   Music of Devotion and Inspiration from Tibet, China, and
6             Music of the World   around the world, in the spirit of transformation.          Thursday, April 10, 2008    1 hour
                                   For National Poetry Month Jack Foley presents
                                   commentary on and a reading of the ancient Anglo-Saxon
7             Cover to Cover       poem, Beowulf. Part 2                                       Wednesday, April 16, 2008   30 mins

                                   Chris Carlsson discusses his new book "Nowtopia: How
                                   Pirate Programmers, Outlaw Bicyclists, and Vacant-Lot
8             Against the Grain    Gardeners are Inventing the Future Today!".                 Monday, April 21, 2008      1 hour
9             The Morning Show     Earth Day 38 Days Later                                     Tuesday, April 22, 2008     30 mins

                                   Guest host Tim Lynch welcomes the first time ever pairing
                                   of Ramblin' Jack Elliot and Country Joe McDonald.
10            Dead to the World    They'll swap stories and songs live in the studio.          Wednesday, April 23, 2008   2 hours
                                   On Nuclear Weapons and Unending War: Helen
11            Flashpoints          Caldicott, author, The New Nuclear Danger.                  Thursday, April 24, 2008    22 mins
                                   Gary N and special guest Wally Scharold present and
                                   discuss music from the 40 year career of French multi-
12            Emergency Circus     instrumentalist & composer Albert Marcoeur.                 Sunday, April 27, 2008      3 hours
                                   A recent Mother Jones expose revealed spying by
                                   corporations against environmental organizations,
                                   especially Greenpeace. Terra Verde’s guests tell us more
                                   about the shady strategies some companies are using
13            Terra Verde          against environmentalists.                                  Friday, May 02, 2008        30 mins
                                                       KPFA / KPFB
                                              1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                   Berkeley, CA 94704
                                     SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                              APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008

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                                   According to Colin Duncan, contemporary civilization is
                                   about to collapse because of the imminence of rapid and
                                   vast climate change. And yet the environmental historian
                                   harbors a certain optimism about humans' ability to usher
14            Against the Grain    in radically different ways of meeting human needs.         Monday, May 05, 2008        1 hour
                                   Dean Suzuki in conversation with Dr. Roger Woodward,
                                   Professor in the School of Music and Dance at San
15            Discreet Music       Francisco State University,                                 Sunday, May 18, 2008        1 hour

                                   Herb Boyd's book "Baldwins Halem" outlines James
                                   Baldwin-his work and his life- in the context of
                                   developments in Harlem during the era of the depression,
                                   his exdous from the United States, and during the Civil
                                   Rights era. Herb Boyd is the author of more than 16 books
16            Africa Today         highlighting the African American experience.             Monday, May 19, 2008          1 hour
                                   Jeff Sharlet (contributing editor for Harpers and Rolling
                                   Stone, research scholar at NYU's Center for Religion and
                                   the Media) who's forthcoming book, "The Family," is
                                   essential reading for all concerned about our democratic
17            Visionary Activist   experiment.                                               Thursday, May 22, 2008        1 hour

                                   A tribute to two dear friends of KPFA that have passed on.
                                   Drama and Literature programmer, Toby Cole passed
                                   away on Thursday, May, 22nd. We also listen to an
                                   excerpt of a live performance of long time programmer,
18            Cover to Cover       Utah Phillips who just passed away on Friday, May23rd. Friday, May 30, 2008             30 mins
                                   The power and politics of art. War, terrorism, racism,
                                   borders, the violation of women, of the earth: what's art
                                   got to do with it??? guests: Susan Noyes Platt, art
                                   historian, critic, author (Art and Politics in the 1930s; Art
                                   and Politics Now) *Richard Kamler *Betty Kano,
                                   Japanese American artist *Jamong Singye, Tibetan artist
                                   *Taraneh Hemami, Iranian artist * participating in
19            Living Room          Billboards for Peace.                                         Thursday, June 05, 2008   1 hour
                                                       KPFA / KPFB
                                              1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                   Berkeley, CA 94704
                                     SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                              APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008

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                                   Caroline welcomes the author and contributing editor of
                                   "Tactics of Hope" Wilford Welch and David Hopkins, a
                                   book which tells the story of 27 social entrepreneurs
                                   engaged in dynamic solutions and resolutions to restore
20            Visionary Activist   the environment and transform poverty into well-being.          Thursday, June 12, 2008    1 hour
                                   Tim Lynch explores recent music from
                                   many of the artists that will be featured at this year's High
                                   Sierra Music
21            Dead to the World    Festival.                                                       Wednesday, June 18, 2008   2 hours
22            Special              Annual PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE DAY special.                     Sunday, June 22, 2008      4 hours
                                   Amazing young poets explore attraction and identity
                                   through the spoken word. Live event produced by Youth
                                   Speaks and the Sexual Minority Alliance of Alameda
23            Act One              County.                                                         Sunday, June 29, 2008      1.5 Hours
                                                                KPFA / KPFB
                                                     1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                             Berkeley, CA 94704
                                         SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                                     APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                                          A new report from the Natural Resources
                                          Defense Council that the Western US is
                                          heating up faster than any other part of the
2            The Morning Show             planet.                                      Wednesday, April 02, 2008    30 mins
                                          Recent developments in two high-profile
                                          cases of government harassment against
3            Voices of the Middle East    Muslims in the U.S.                          Wednesday, April 02, 2008    30 mins

                                          Hillary or Obama: who wants who to win,
                                          and why? Salim Muwakkil of In These
                                          Times shares his perspective---and then you
4            Saturday Morning Talkies     tell me: what do you think?                   Saturday, April 05, 2008    45 mins
                                          An update on Congressional testimony by
                                          General David Patraeus and Ambassador
5            The Morning Show             Ryan Crocker.                                 Tuesday, April 08, 2008     30 mins
                                          Prothap Chatterjee, Executive Director of
                                          Corp Watch, who was recently embedded
6            The Morning Show             in Iraq with the US military.                 Tuesday, April 15, 2008     30 mins
                                          A special national broadcast on the first
                                          class action lawsuit brought by Iraq war
                                          veterans against the Department of
7            Special                      Veterans Affairs.                             Tuesday, April 22, 2008     3 hours
                                          Morning Show analyzes the presidential
                                          primary results from Pennsylvania with Dr.
                                          Ron Walters, Professor of Political Science
8            The Morning Show             at the University of Maryland.                Wednesday, April 23, 2008   30 mins
                                          Gene Healy, author and senior editor at the
                                          Cato Institute, discusses his most recent
                                          book, "The Cult of the Presidency:
                                          America's Dangerous Devotion to
9            The Morning Show             Executive Power".                             Wednesday, April 23, 2008   30 mins
                                                   KPFA / KPFB
                                          1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                               Berkeley, CA 94704
                                 SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                          APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                                  The influential scholar and writer Immanuel
                                  Wallerstein argues that the US was the sole
                                  global superpower from 1945 to around
                                  1970, after which US hegemony went into
                                  decline. He also describes how the 1968
                                  revolutionaries critiqued the Old Left
                                  movements that had taken state power, and
10           Against the Grain    contends that capitalism "is doomed."         Monday, April 28, 2008       1 hour
                                  Blackwater Tries To Force Itself Into
11           Flashpoints          Another San Diego Community                   Friday, April 25, 2008       12 mins
                                  Three NYPD Cops Acquitted in 2006
12           Flashpoints          Murder of Sean Bell.                          Friday, April 25, 2008       14 mins
                                  Congressman Pete Stark from the South
13           The Morning Show     Bay discusses Iraq War funding.               Wednesday, April 30, 2008    30 mins
                                  The next chapter in the Democratic Primary
                                  will be written Tuesday night as voters in
                                  both Indiana and North Carolina go to the
                                  polls where there will be 187 delegates up
14           Special              for grab.                                     Tuesday, May 06, 2008        3 hours
                                  Former US Marine Speaks Out Against
                                  Bush's Illegal Wars in Iraq and
15           Flashpoints          Afghanistan.                                  Tuesday, May 06, 2008        15 mins

                                  Excerpts from the riveting new
                                  documentary film, The USA vs. Al-Arian,
                                  which documents the dark side of the
                                  Patriot Act in the context of the extreme
                                  federal persecution of a Palestinian-
                                  American university professor and political
                                  activist in Florida; we'll also get an update
                                  in the case of Dr. Sami al-Arian with his
16           Flashpoints          attorney, Linda Moreno.                       Tuesday, May 20, 2008        1 hour
                                  Jeremy Scahill, author of "Blackwater: The
                                  Rise of the World's Most Powerful
17           The Morning Show     Mercenary Army".                              Friday, June 13, 2008        30 mins
                                  Congressman Dennis Kucinich about his
18           The Morning Show     call to impeachment of George W. Bush.        Thursday, June 12, 2008      1 hour
                                                      KPFA / KPFB
                                            1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                   Berkeley, CA 94704
                                SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                            APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                                 An election preview with Mitch Perry,
                                 News Director WMNF Tampa and Larry
                                 Bensky, KPFA's National Affairs
19           The Morning Show    Correspondent.                          Friday, May 23, 2008            30 mins

20           Flashpoints         Fighting Back Against Patriot Act Abuses      Monday, May 26, 2008      25 mins
                                 Hidden histories of rendition and detention
                                 dating from WWII comes out. Japanese,
                                 Italians, and Germans living in Latin
                                 America were taken from homes and
21           Apex Express        interned in America during the war.           Thursday, May 29, 2008    30 mins
22           The Morning Show    The new GI Bill of Rights.                    Thursday, May 29, 2008    30 mins
                                 The US rejects the International Treaty to
23           The Morning Show    Ban Cluster Bombs.                            Thursday, June 05, 2008   30 mins
                                 The trial of Khalid Sheik Mohamed which
24           The Morning Show    is getting underway in Guantanamo.            Friday, June 06, 2008     30 mins
                                 A field report from Iowa's flood plain and
25           The Morning Show    future of food production.                    Tuesday, June 17, 2008    30 mins
                                 The Asian/Pacific Islander Voting Block
26           The Morning Show    and the November Election.                    Friday, June 20, 2008     30 mins
                                                                KPFA / KPFB
                                                       1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                            Berkeley, CA 94704
                                              SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                                       APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                                                 A look at the cease fire in Basra with Prof. Juan
                                                 Cole, Prof. of History at the Univ. of Michigan, and
                                                 author of "Napoleon's Egypt: Invading the Middle
                                                 East" and Basma Al Khateb, of the Iraqi Al Amal
2                 The Morning Show               Association, in Baghdad.                             Tuesday, April 01, 2008      30 mins

                                                 Report from Occupied Palestine: Israeli Military's
3                 Flashpoints                    Shoot to Kill Orders on Nonviolent Protesters         Tuesday, April 01, 2008     14 mins
                                                 Land Day in Occupied Palestine: A Radio
4                 Flashpoints                    Documentary.                                          Tuesday, April 01, 2008     18 mins
                                                 The Global Climate Conference under way in
5                 The Morning Show               Bangkok.                                              Wednesday, April 02, 2008   30 mins
                                                 The controversy in San Francisco on the Olympic
                                                 torch and criticism of China's human tights record
                                                 with Ling Chi Wang, Prof. Emeritus of Asian
6                 The Morning Show               American Studies, UCB .                               Thursday, April 03, 2008    30 mins
                                                 Live from Iraq: an embedded Pratap Chatterjee.
                                                 And Norman Solomon on Iraq, and War Made
7                 Living Room                    Easy.                                                 Thursday, April 03, 2008    1 hour
8                 Voices of the Middle East      Protests in Egypt.                                    Wednesday, April 09, 2008   45 mins
                                                 Paul Paz y Miño of Amazon Watch talks about a
9                 Against the Grain              historic lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador.          Wednesday, April 09, 2008   30 mins

                                                 Burmese protests against the Chinese Government
10                The Morning Show               for supporting the ruling dictatorship.               Wednesday, April 09, 2008   30 mins
                                                 US Weapons in Iraq Wreak Havoc on Civilian
11                Flashpoints                    Health.                                               Wednesday, April 09, 2008   15 mins
                                                 Conflict, culture and local communities surrounding
12                Apex Express                   Tibet.                                                Thursday, April 10, 2008    45 mins
13                Flashpoints                    UN Food Supplies Dwindle in Palestine                 Thursday, April 10, 2008    11 mins
14                Flashpoints                    Three Days of Protest in Haiti.                       Thursday, April 10, 2008    15 mins
15                Flashpoints                    Real Causes of World Food Price Crisis.               Monday, April 14, 2008      13 mins
16                Flashpoints                    Educational Crisis and Fuel Shortages in Gaza         Tuesday, April 15, 2008     15 mins
                                                                KPFA / KPFB
                                                       1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                            Berkeley, CA 94704
                                              SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                                       APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                                                 David Bacon, labor correspondent, looks at the
17                The Morning Show               workers' movement in China.                             Wednesday, April 16, 2008   30 mins
                                                 Chevron's attacks on award winning
18                The Morning Show               environmentalists from Ecuador.                         Thursday, April 17, 2008    30 mins

                                                 Sally Jewell Coxe, president and co-founder of the
                                                 Washington DC based non-profit Bonobo
                                                 Conservation Initiative, whose work in the war-torn
                                                 Congo with conservationists, villagers, and
                                                 President Joseph Kabila, is creating not only the
                                                 nearly 12,000 square mile Sankuru preserve,
                                                 working intimately to improve the lives of villagers,
                                                 but creates a crucial protypical model of indigenous
                                                 people and their environmental kin in a dynamic
19                Visionary Activist             relationship of reciprocal blessing.                    Thursday, April 17, 2008    1 hour
                                                 36th Anniversary of Angola 3 Solitary
20                Flashpoints                    Confinement.                                            Thursday, April 17, 2008    20 mins
21                The Morning Show               Jimmy Carter's decision to talk with Hamas.             Friday, April 18, 2008      30 mins
                                                 Mitch Jeserich talks in the first hour with former
                                                 Iranian Ambassador to the U.N. Mansour Farhang
                                                 and former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter
                                                 about the current and historical relationship
22                Sundays                        between the US and Iran.                                Sunday, April 20, 2008      1 hour
                                                 The music of Armenia and the Armenians in
23                Music of the World             diaspora: Observance of the Amenian Genocide            Monday, April 21, 2008      2 hours
                                                 A look at the election results in Paraguay where an
24                The Morning Show               ex-catholic bishop will be the next President.          Tuesday, April 22, 2008     30 mins
                                                 Armenian Genocide of 1915. Khalil Bendib will
                                                 speak with Dr. Stephan Astourian, Executive
                                                 Director of the Armenian Studies Program and
                                                 Adjunct Assistant Professor of History at UC
                                                 Berkeley and discuss the politics of genocide denial
25                Voices of the Middle East      in Turkey and other parts of the world.                 Wednesday, April 23, 2008   45 mins
                                                        KPFA / KPFB
                                               1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                    Berkeley, CA 94704
                                      SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                               APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                                         Palestinian Resistance Against Israeli Oppression,
26                Flashpoints            Occupation and Ethnic Cleansing.                   Thursday, April 24, 2008       17 mins

                                         Jennifer DeLury Ciplet from the Network in
                                         Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA)
                                         and Dawn Paley a journalist living in Guatemala in
                                         conversation with host Karolo Aparicio on a
27                Terre Verde            controversial gold mine in Guatemala.              Friday, April 25, 2008         30 mins
28                Flashpoints            An Attack on Iran: Imminent?                       Monday, April 28, 2008         14 mins

                                         In her book "Torture and the Twilight of Empire,"
                                         the sociologist Marnia Lazreg argues that torture is
                                         essential to the imperial project, particularly when
                                         the empire -- like the French in Algeria in the 1950s
                                         -- is in decline. She also draws parallels to recent
29                Against the Grain      and current US military conduct in Iraq.              Wednesday, April 30, 2008   1 hour
                                         Bolivia at a Crossroads: nationalizing Oil and
30                The Morning Show       Telecommunications.                                   Friday, May 02, 2008        30 mins

                                         Latest developments in Bolivia after it's President
                                         Evo Morales nationalized several major foreign oil
                                         companies ahead of this weekend's referendum
                                         where the oil rich regions attempt to gain
31                Sundays                autonomous control from the Morales government. Sunday, May 04, 2008              1 hour
                                         interview with Mukoma Wa Ngugi, writer and co-
                                         editor of Pambazuka on Green Revolution in
                                         Africa, Democracy in Africa, and post elections
                                         Kenya and an interview with Alex and Harriett
                                         Bagwell, activists and artists 2008 awardees of the
                                         the Northern California Committees of
                                         Correspondence for Democarcy and Socialims
32                Africa Today           members of Vukani Mwaethu Choir                     Monday, May 05, 2008          1 hour
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                                                       1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                            Berkeley, CA 94704
                                              SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                                       APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                                                 Author and journalist Jonathan Steele talks about
                                                 his new book entitled Defeat: Why America and
33                Voices of the Middle East      Britain Lost Iraq;                                     Wednesday, May 07, 2008   1 hour
                                                 Israeli Prime Minister/War Criminal Ehud Olmert
34                Flashpoints                    To Resign; Palestinians Face Continued Attacks         Wednesday, May 07, 2008   10 mins

                                                 two-hour long program on the sixtieth anniversary
                                                 of the 1948 Nakba, the cataclysmic event that
                                                 changed Palestine - and the Middle East forever.
                                                 Two hours full of exceptional, never-heard before
                                                 history, analysis and testimony from the likes of
35                Voices of the Middle East      Ghada Karmi, Ilan Pappe and many more!                 Wednesday, May 14, 2008   2 hours

                                                 Reknowned scholar and author, Karen Armstrong,
36                Living Room                    with her history of Islam and the West.                Friday, May 16, 2008      1 hour

                                                 KPFA broadcasts a rally in San Francisco's United
                                                 Nations Plaza against the Burmese military
                                                 dictatorship's obstruction of aid from reaching that
37                Special                        country's population in the wake of Cyclone Nargis.    Saturday, May 17, 2008    2 hours
                                                 Update on Burma Kenneth Wong, Burmese-
                                                 American writer, author of A Prayer for Burma
                                                 KoKo Lay, former Burmese student leader, West
                                                 Coast director of Nat'l Council of Union of Burma
                                                 Jean Gale, Burmese activist, on Board of BADA
                                                 Greg Butensky, Burma activist/organizer, on Board
38                Flashpoints                    of BADA                                                Thursday, May 22, 2008    18 mins
                                                 Live from Soweto, reports from immigrants about
39                Living Room                    anti-immigrant violence in South Africa.               Friday, May 23, 2008      30 mins
                                                 Attorney Clive Stafford Smith, who is representing
                                                 recently released Guantanamo Bay detainee and Al-
40                Sundays                        Jazeera journalist Sami Al-Haj.                        Sunday, June 08, 2008     1 hour
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                                                       1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                            Berkeley, CA 94704
                                              SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                                       APRIL 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                                                 An interview with Lane Hartill, Catholic Relief
                                                 Services, on Congo; recent peace accords, issues of
                                                 rape, and health care. interview with Peter
                                                 Bosshard, Executive Director of International
                                                 Rivers Project discussing big dam projects in Africa
                                                 (specifically the DR) social and environmental
41                Africa Today                   impacts.                                               Monday, June 09, 2008      1 hour
42                Flashpoints                    Canadian Indigenous Genocide:                          Wednesday, June 11, 2008   8 mins
                                                 A report from Pakistan with Ahmed Rashid, author
                                                 of "Descent Into Chaos: The United States and the
                                                 Failure of Nation Building in Pakistan, Afghanistan,
43                The Morning Show               and Central Asia".                                     Friday, June 13, 2008      30 mins
                                                 An interview with Dr. Gerald Horne, University of
                                                 Houston, on the upcoming elections Zimbabwe run-
44                Africa Today                   off elections.                                         Monday, June 16, 2008      30 mins

                                                 A documentary by KPFA's late-great Jon Watanabe
                                                 on one man's journey from repression and torture in
                                                 El Salvador to human rights activism in the US,
                                                 plus a look at Shining Path's controversial guerilla
45                Radio Chronicles               movement in Ayacucho, Peru."                         Thursday, June 19, 2008      1 hour

                                                 A conversation with Dr. Nadje Al-Ali about the
                                                 history of Women’s Movement in Iraq; also,
46                Voices of the Middle East      Persian mezzo-soprano Raeeka Shehabi-Yaghmai. Wednesday, June 25, 2008            1 hour
                                                 Crisis in Zimbabwe; Frances Moore Lappe.
                                                 Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe continues to eliminate
47                Living Room                    his political opposition, despite increasing    Friday, June 27, 2008             1 hour
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                                         1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                              Berkeley, CA 94704
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                                         APRIL 1, 2007 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                             SF Mayor Gavin Newsom Celebrates Life of
                             Former Death Squad Leader/President of El
2         Flashpoints        Salvador.                                             Wednesday, April 02, 2008   19 mins

                             Richard Wolinsky interviewing Tony Taccone,
                             Artistic Director of Berkeley Rep Theatre Company
                             about the company's history, and about current
3         Cover to Cover     shows running on its two Berkeley stages.             Friday, April 04, 2008      30 mins
                             Cindy and Craig Corrie, parents of Rachel Corrie
                             will be in the studio to discuss "Let Me Stand
4         The Morning Show   Alone, The Journals of Rachel Corrie"                 Friday, April 04, 2008      30 mins
                              ICE Raids in Fremont, Militarization of the Border
5         Flashpoints        / Border Conference.                                  Friday, April 04, 2008      24 mins
                             The realities of the apple moth, and the spraying
6         Living Room        coming to a neighborhood near you.                    Thursday, April 10, 2008    45 mins
7         Terra Verde        The controversial Chevron refinery expansion.         Friday, April 11, 2008      30 mins
                             This town hall forum took place on March 21 at the
                             East Side Cultural Center, 2277 International Blvd.
                             in Oakland. Topics include Updates on the
                             upcoming FCC hearings taking place on April 17 at
                             Stanford University. Panelists also discuss the
                             necessity of communities telling their own stories,
                             and grassroots community media's role in
                             supporting the people's voice. Also, the power that
                             expression has for community empowerment and
                             the necessity of expression towards healing as a
                             moral, social, political and economic necessity.
8         Full Circle        Part 1                                                Friday, April 11, 2008      1 hour
                             The hearings on the plan to spray the Bay Area to
9         The Morning Show   eradicate the Light Brown Apple Moth.                 Wednesday, April 16, 2008   30 mins
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                                           1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                Berkeley, CA 94704
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                                           APRIL 1, 2007 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                               Longtime artist Flo Oy Wong as well as radio
                               producer Robynn Takayama on the commemoration
10        Apex Express         of her 70th birthday and 30 years as an artist. Thursday, April 17, 2008         20 mins

                               Davey D speaks with Rev. Amos Brown of the 3rd
                               avenue Baptist Church in San Francisco about the
                               controversy surrounding comments made by Barack
11        Hard Knock Radio     Obama's pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright.                  Thursday, April 17, 2008   45 mins
                               This town hall forum took place on March 21 at the
                               East Side Cultural Center, 2277 International Blvd.
                               in Oakland. Topics include Updates on the
                               upcoming FCC hearings taking place on April 17 at
                               Stanford University. Panelists also discuss the
                               necessity of communities telling their own stories,
                               and grassroots community media's role in
                               supporting the people's voice. Also, the power that
                               expression has for community empowerment and
                               the necessity of expression towards healing as a
                               moral, social, political and economic necessity.
12        Full Circle          Part 2                                                Friday, April 18, 2008     1 hour
                               Amelia Gonzalez interviews reknown playwright,
                               poet and author, Luis Alfaro. Luis ALFARO works
                               in plays, poetry, short stories, performance and
13        Cover to Cover       journalism.                                           Friday, April 18, 2008     30 mins
14        Hard Knock Radio     Update on the case of the San Francisco 8.            Friday, April 18, 2008     20 mins
                               Raymond Nat Turner and Zigi Lowenberg of
                               Upsurge! will be here, along with poet Kirk
                               Lumpkin from the Ecology Center/ Berkeley
                               Farmers Market. We'll also hear poems on the
                               theme "Music Makes Me ..." by some of Raymond's
15        A Musical Offering   students.                                             Sunday, April 20, 2008     2 hours
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                                           APRIL 1, 2007 – JUNE 30, 2008
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                               Fresno police shooting of mentally ill highschool
16        The Morning Show     student, Feliciano Dos Santos,                        Monday, April 21, 2008     30 mins
                               Hard Knock Radio airs a live broadcast of a town
                               hall on the commercial abuse of children titled "No
                               Longer Invisible," held by the Alameda County
                               Interagency Policy Council and moderated by
17        Hard Knock Radio     Weyland Southon.                                      Thursday, April 24, 2008   1 hour
                               The drought in northern California could result in
18        The Morning Show     water rationing for the first time in years.          Thursday, April 24, 2008   30 mins
                               John Russo, Oakland's City Attorney about the
                               city's suit against Major Financial Firms for Bid-
19        The Morning Show     Rigging, Conspiring to Cheat Taxpayers.               Friday, April 25, 2008     30 mins
                               Supervisors in Contra Costa County are looking at
20        The Morning Show     privatizing jail medical services to save money.      Friday, April 25, 2008     30 mins
                               California proposition that promises to Reform
                               Eminent Domain. Protect All Property Rights. And
                               possibly allow for the eviction of thousands upon
21        Living Room          thousands of renters.                                 Friday, April 25, 2008     30 mins
                               An interview with Blanche Richardson, Manager of
                               Marcus Books in Oakland and San Francisco
                               California oldest African American bookstore in the
22        Africa Today         United States                                         Saturday, April 26, 2008   1 hour
                               John Russo, Oakland City Attorney about legal
                               actions to prevent spraying for the light brown
23        The Morning Show     apple moth.                                           Tuesday, April 29, 2008    30 mins

24        Living Room          Port of Oakland shut down, to protest war in Iraq. Thursday, May 01, 2008        1 hour
                               A wonderful treat takes place this morning! Mary is
                               delighted to welcome Adam David Miller (KPFA's
                               beloved poet laureate) and cellist Gael Alcock, his
                               partner-in-art par excellence. Together they make
25        A Musical Offering   magic happen.                                       Sunday, May 04, 2008         2 hours
26        The Morning Show     Assembly District 14 Democratic forum.              Monday, May 05, 2008         30 mins
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                                     Pesticide Spraying in Northern California: Michael
27        Flashpoints                Parenti, author, lecturer                             Monday, May 05, 2008       20 mins
28        Flashpoints                ICE Raids in Berkeley and Oakland.                    Tuesday, May 06, 2008      5 mins
                                     John Yoo, the Boalt Hall law professor who
                                     authored memos that provided the basis for the
                                     Bush Administration's torture of prisoners, debated
                                     Duke legal scholar Erwin Chemerinsky recently at
29        Against the Grain          UCLA.                                                 Tuesday, May 13, 2008      1 hour
                                     City of Alameda, Poet Laureate Mary Rudge about
                                     the recent California Poet Laureate Conference.
                                     Mary Rudge examines the issues of promoting
                                     poetry locally and statewide and
30        Cover to Cover             shares her own moving poems.                          Friday, May 23, 2008       30 mins
                                     Folks from Urban Art and the San Francisco
31        The Morning Show           International Art Festival.                           Friday, May 23, 2008       30 mins
                                     State and Local East Bay races in Tuesday's
32        The Morning Show           California primary                                    Friday, May 30, 2008       30 mins
                                     A tribute to the acclaimed Bay Area poet/educator
33        In Your Ear                Reginald Lockett                                      Saturday, May 31, 2008     1 hour

                                     Musical guests include San Francisco Symphony
                                     resident conductor Benjamin Schwartz and a salute
34        Sing Out                   to La Pena Cultural Center’s 33rd birthday.           Wednesday, June 04, 2008   2 hours
35        The Morning Show           The San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival.              Thursday, June 05, 2008    30 mins
                                     A conversation with Mike Kaliski, director of
                                     "Buffalo Soldier", "Mutiny Houston 1917" which is
                                     featured at the 10th Annual San Francisco Black
36        The Morning Show           Film Festival.                                        Friday, June 06, 2008      30 mins
                                     A bio-nano threat to Strawberry Canyon; UCB has
                                     announced plans for a large bio-nano technology
                                     research development in Berkeley's Strawberry
                                     Canyon. Sylvia McLaughin tells us why that's a
37        Saturday Morning Talkies   bad idea.                                             Saturday, June 07, 2008    45 mins
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38        Special            The 30th Anniversary of Carnaval San Francisco       Saturday, June 07, 2008    3 hours
                             Sing Out salutes Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage
                             Coffee House’s 40th birthday with music and
                             guests from its colorful history, both serious and
39        Sing Out           humorous.                                            Wednesday, June 11, 2008   2 hours
                             The Asian/Pacific Islander American (APIA)
                             Spoken Word & Poetry Summit is a BI-ANNUAL
                             gathering of Asian/Pacific Islander spoken word
                             artists, poets and rappers, founded in 1999. Hear
                             from Organizers and Performers about VOLUME
40        Apex Express       CONTROL 2                                            Thursday, June 12, 2008    45 mins
                             Youth Violence with Nicole Lee, Ella Baker Center
                             Silence the Violence campaign director and Evan
                             Holland, Communications Associate for the
41        The Morning Show   Children's Defense Fund-California.                  Friday, June 13, 2008      30 mins

                             Amelia Gonzalez interviews Yussef El Guindi
                             (playwright) about his latest play, Jihad Jones and
                             the Kalashnikov Babes which is about a theatre
                             actor of Middle Eastern descent considers the leap
                             to film stardom when his agent secures a role for
                             him in a film by Hollywood’s most respected
                             director. Should he pass up the chance of a lifetime
                             because the part is that of a machine gun-strapping
42        Cover to Cover     terrorist?                                           Friday, June 13, 2008      30 mins
                             An update on the fate of tree sitters at the oaks of
43        The Morning Show   UC Berkeley with Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates.           Thursday, June 19, 2008    30 mins
                             Barbara Lee Town Hall Meetings on Immigration
44        Flashpoints        Sweeps.                                              Friday, June 20, 2008      15 mins
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                                     American Friends' Service Committee's Jamie Bissonette
                                     and Richard Iron Cloud talk about Tim Caffrey, inmate in
2                Bay Native Circle   South Dakota State Penitentiary.                         Wednesday, April 02, 2008     45 mins
3                The Morning Show    Anti-racism activist and author Tim Wise.                Thursday, April 03, 2008      30 mins

                                     40th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther
4                Living Room         King, Jr., we talk about how much has changed---or not.     Friday, April 04, 2008     30 mins
                                     Co-editor William Minter and contributor Lisa Brock
                                     discuss the new book "No Easy Victories: African
                                     Liberation and American Activists over a Half Century,
5                Against the Grain   1950-2000."                                                 Tuesday, April 08, 2008    1 hour

                                     Davey D comes to us from Memphis Tennesse at the
                                     Dream Reborn Conference as today we bring you one of
                                     the kepynote speeches from former black panther and the
                                     mother of the late 2pac, Afeni Shakur. Later in the show
                                     Davey D speaks with Majora Carter, who helped put
6                Hard Knock Radio    together this conference.                                Tuesday, April 08, 2008       1 hour

                                     The stigma of mental disabilities and the treatment of
7                Pushing Limits      those with this disability from a personal point of view.   Friday, April 18, 2008     30 mins
                                     Dearth of Latino Representation of Obama Delegates
                                     from San Francisco to Santa Rosa: Placido Salazar,
8                Flashpoints         Latino Democratic Activist                                  Friday, April 18, 2008     10 mins

                                     The mechanistic world view that has dominated Western
                                     thinking has much to learn from healthy, well-balanced
                                     biological systems, as well as from indigenous cultures
9                Bay Native Circle   that have a symbiotic relationship with their environment. Wednesday, April 23, 2008   1 hour
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                                     Dawn Mabalon, author and Assist. Prof. of History at SF
                                     State discusses her book "Filipinos in Stockton"! A book
10               The Morning Show    of historic photographs of the heart of Filipino America". Thursday, April 24, 2008    30 mins

                                     Hard Knock broadcasts live from the Youth Uprising
                                     Center in Oakand bringing you a townhall discussion on
11               Hard Knock Radio    the topic of Commercially Sexually Exploited Children.    Thursday, April 24, 2008     1 hour

                                     Michael Eric Dyson, author and University Professor of
                                     Sociology at Georgetown University is in the studio to
                                     discuss his book, "April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr.'s
12               The Morning Show    Death and How It Changed America".                         Tuesday, April 29, 2008     30 mins
                                     David Bacon, labor correspondent, reviews new laws in
                                     Mississippi and Arizona that will criminalize
13               The Morning Show    undocumented workers.                                      Wednesday, April 30, 2008   30 mins

                                     Host Lakota Harden talks with Allen Hare, Joan Olive,
                                     Faith Spotted Eagle, about their efforts to Protect the
                                     Land and People of the Yankton Sioux area against
14               Bay Native Circle   developement of a Commercial Hog Farm.                    Wednesday, April 30, 2008    45 mins
                                     On the eve of Cinco De Mayo, we celebrate Raza's
                                     heritage by bringing you “Chavez Ravine” by Culture
                                     Clash. The controversial history of Chavez Ravine, the
                                     immigrant community that once existed on the site that is
                                     now Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, is explored with
                                     humor, brutal honesty, and pulse-racing music by the
                                     nation's premier Chicano/Latino theatre troupe, Culture
15               Act One             Clash.                                                    Sunday, May 04, 2008         1.5 hours
                                     Safi Wa Nairobi discusses Cinco De Mayo and
                                     immigration issues with Latina activist Marisol Conde
16               Women's Magazine    Hernandez.                                                Monday, May 05, 2008         15 mins
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17                Flashpoints           ICE Raids in Berkeley and Oakland                            Tuesday, May 06, 2008     5 mins
                                        Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, "April 4, 1968: Martin Luther
18                  Hard Knock Radio    King Jr.'s Death and How It Changed America".                Thursday, May 08, 2008    1 hour
                                        Tim Wise, delivering a lecture titled "On White Privilege,
                                        The Pathology of Privilege: Racism, White Denial & the
19                  The Morning Show    Costs of Inequality".                                        Monday, May 12, 2008      45 mins
                                        an hour long program on the life and work of political
                                        prisoner, activists, poet and artist Marilyn Buck. Marilyn
                                        Buck has been imprisoned for more than 25 years and is
20                  Africa Today        currently being held in Dublin, California.                  Monday, May 12, 2008
                                        "The INDO~PACIFIC EDGE: Touching Africa, Asia, the
                                        Islands, and the Great Turtle Island" The show is based
                                        in Music, and will feature interviews about TIBET,
                                        "HOLLYWOOD CHINESE", Grace Nono from the
21                  Special             Philippines, and Tarika Be' from Malagasy.                   Wednesday, May 28, 2008   4 hours
                                        Not Just Another Year: California’s Budget Cuts.
                                        Sacramento’s Marty Omoto, of the California Disability
                                        Community Action Network (CDCAN) talks to Leah
                                        Gardner and Eddie Ytuarte about California’s vulnerable
22                  Pushing Limits      populations.                                                 Friday, May 30, 2008      30 mins

                                        In his new book "Free Comrades," Terence Kissack
                                        describes how and why anarchists like Emma Goldman
                                        and Benjamin Tucker defended same-sex love against
23                  Against the Grain   state interference and social condemnation.              Tuesday, June 10, 2008        1 hour
24                  Flashpoints         UN Tribunal on Racism:                                   Wednesday, June 11, 2008      17 mins
                                        Nnimmo Bassey of Environmental Rights Action and
                                        Mina Susana Setra of the Indigenous Peoples' Alliance of
                                        the Archipelago (Indonesia) about the effects of climate
                                        change on their own communities, and efforts to develop
25                  Terra Verde         local and global solutions.                              Friday, June 13, 2008         30 mins
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                                   KPFA broadcasts live from San Francisco City Hall to
                                   bring you the first gay marriage in California, following
26               Special           the state's Supreme Court ruling last month.                Monday, June 16, 2008      1 hour
                                   Unrepentant: The Untold Story of the Genocide of
27               Flashpoints       Canadian Aboriginal People                                  Wednesday, June 18, 2008   54 mins
                                   We talk with media justice organizations about access,
28               Apex Express      representation and inclusion.                               Thursday, June 19, 2008    45 mins
                                   Larry Paradis and Laurie Gray about Disability Rights
                                   Advocates' class action suit against Golden Gate National
29               Pushing Limits    Recreation Area (GGNRA).                                    Friday, June 20, 2008      30 mins

                                   Has recent success in student organizing prevented the
                                   slashing of Asian language studies at UC Berkeley?
                                   About half of Berkeley's undergrad student body is of
                                   Asian descent and about half of the East Asian language
                                   classes there almost got cut. We talk with Christine Hong
                                   - a student organizer - about what this means, other
30               Apex Express      languages under fire, and what still needs to happen.     Thursday, June 26, 2008      45 mins
                                   Juan Jose Gutierrez just back from addressing the
31               Flashpoints       Mexican Congress on immigration                           Friday, June 27, 2008        15 mins
                                   SPECIAL PRIDE PROGRAMMING: Queer Life; Queer
32               Special           Planet.                                                   Sunday, June 29, 2008        3 hours
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                                         Food scarcity around the planet with Jennifer
                                         Parmelee, Public Affairs Officer UN World Food
                                         Programme and Eric Holt Gimenez, Executive
2                   The Morning Show     Director of Food First                         Tuesday, April 08, 2008        30 mins

                                         The realities of the sex trade and a program to
3                   The Morning Show     reform johns, the men who solicit women for sex. Tuesday, April 15, 2008      30 mins
                                         Susan Greenbaum criticizes federal policies that
                                         disperse public housing residents in the name of
4                   Againts the Grain    reducing poverty.                                Tuesday, April 15, 2008      45 mins

                                         Supervisors in Contra Costa County are looking at
5                   The Morning Show     privatizing jail medical services to save money.    Friday, April 25, 2008    30 mins
                                         Denny Smithson speaks with Nesta Rovina, author
                                         of Tree Barking, A memoir of a social services
                                         health care giver who visits the homes and lives of
6                   Cover to Cover       the people she cares for.                           Monday, May 12, 2008      30 mins
                                         Water: the oil of this century? How fast are we
7                   Living Room          approaching global "peak water"?                    Thursday, June 19, 2008   1 hour
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                               David Bacon, labor correspondent, lookis at
2          The Morning Show    the fighting in Iraq and oil workers.         Wednesday, April 02, 2008   30 mins
                               Yale scholar Michael Denning looks at how
                               global labor has been represented, and
                               emphasizes the importance of wageless
                               people to the project of resisting neoliberal
3          Against the Grain   globalization.                                Wednesday, April 02, 2008   1 hour
4          The Morning Show    Efforts to hiring X felons in Oakland.        Thursday, April 03, 2008    15 mins
                               David Bacon, labor correspondent, covers a
                               live demonstration at the Blue Diamond
5          The Morning Show    warehouse in Sacramento.                      Wednesday, April 09, 2008   30 mins
                               Conflicts have arisen when rival unions,
                               CNA and SEIU have attempted to
6          The Morning Show    organizing health care workers in Ohio.       Friday, April 18, 2008      30 mins
                               Major Victory for Farmworkers at Charles
                               Krug: Roberto Garcia, organizer with
7          Flashpoints         United Farmworkers                            Friday, April 18, 2008      10 mins
                               David Bacon, labor correspondent provides
                               a round up of International Workers' Day,
8          The Morning Show    May Day events.                               Wednesday, April 23, 2008   30 mins

                               Labor Rights Under Attack: Clarence
                               Thomas, ILWU, Dave Welsh, Haiti Action
9          Flashpoints         Committee and Labor Rights Activist.        Wednesday, April 23, 2008     20 mins
                               The upcoming May 1st International
10         Apex Express        Worker's Day Rally in Oakland               Thursday, April 24, 2008      20 mins
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                                       To protest the Wars, The International
                                       Longshore and Warehouse Union, ILWU,
                                       has organized a shut down of all U.S. West
                                       Coast ports for International Workers' Day,
                                       May 1st 2008. Jack Heyman and Clarence
                                       Thomas of the ILWU will be on Living
                                       Room to talk about the action and put it into
                                       historical context. They'll be joined by
                                       organizers of the companion Immigrants'
                                       Rights marches taking place in Oakland and
11         Living Room                 San Francisco on May Day 2008.                 Friday, April 25, 2008   1 hour
                                       Mitch Jeserich will host a round table
                                       discussion on the state of labor unions with
                                       long time labor activist Bill Fletcher, Ai-jen
                                       Poo of Domestic Workers United and labor
12         Sunday Morning              journalist David Moberg.                       Sunday, April 27, 2008   1 hour

                                       Interviews with Labor activists Clarence
                                       Thomas and Monadel Herzallah; Arab Film
13         Voices of the Middle East   Festival's screeing of Captain Abu Raed  Wednesday, April 30, 2008      1 hour
                                       Update on the Immigrant Workers' Rights
14         The Morning Show            Movement.                                Thursday, May 01, 2008         30 mins

                                       Live Broadcast from SF Civic Center: May
15         Flashpoints                 Day, Worker's Rights and Immigrant Rights Thursday, May 01, 2008        1 hour
16         The Morning Show            Bay Area Janitors' Strike                 Thursday, May 29, 2008        30 mins
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                                        Dr. Allan Hamilton, M.D. author of "The
                                        Scalpel and the Soul: Encounters with Surgery,
                                        the Supernatural and the Healing Power of
2              The Morning Show         Hope"                                               Tuesday, April 01, 2008    300 mins
                                        Health educators Layna Berman and Jeffry
               Your Own Health and      Fawcett PhD discuss hypersensitivity both to
3              Fitness                  chemicals and electro-sensitivity.                  Tuesday, April 01, 2008    1 hour
                                        The Future of Seeds, Food, Farming, Earth
4              The Visionary Activist   (addressing the threat of Genetic Engineering)      Thursday, April 03, 2008   1 hour
                                        A special national broadcast on the first class
                                        action lawsuit brought by Iraq war veterans
5              Special                  against the Department of Veterans Affairs.         Tuesday, April 22, 2008    3 hours
                                        Living Like an Immortal : Health educator
                                        Layna Berman contests the major myth of
                                        aging, that degeneration is enviable. And she
               Your Own Health and      offers suggestions for healthy longevity from the
6              Fitness                  inside out.                                         Tuesday, April 22, 2008    1 hour
                                        Hypertension Revisited: Health educators Layna
                                        Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss the
                                        newest information on the causes of
               Your Own Health and      hypertension and its non-pharmaceutical
7              Fitness                  treatment.                                          Tuesday, April 29, 2008    1 hour
                                        Activists Lose Lawsuit Against EPA for Post 9-
8              Flashpoints              11 Health Disaster:                                 Tuesday, April 29, 2008    11 mins

                                        State Senator Shiela Keuhl and others discuss
9              Sundays                  the stalled campaign for universal health care.     Sunday, May 04, 2008       1 hour

                                        Dr. Andrew Weil's "Guide To Optimum Health"
                                        A complete course on how to feel better, live
10             Special                  longer, and enhance your health-naturally.      Monday, May 12, 2008           1 hour
               Your Own Health and      Simple self care techniques for identifying and
11             Fitness                  caring for developing illness.                  Tuesday, June 03, 2008         1 hour
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                                     Tomatoes and the Salmonella outbreak with
                                     Marion Nestle, Professor in the Department of
                                     Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health at
12             The Morning Show      New York University.                            Wednesday, June 11, 2008   300 mins

                                     Health educator Layna Berman examines weight
                                     loss including when it's healthy and when it's
               Your Own Health and   not, food addiction, allergies, carbohydrate
13             Fitness               sensitivity, hormones, and exercise.           Tuesday, June 24, 2008      1 hour
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                                  Why oil and gas prices going through the roof with
                                  Tyson Slocum, Director of Public Citizen's Energy
2            The Morning Show     Program.                                           Wednesday, April 02, 2008     30 mins

                                  The recent testimony that the Federal Aviation
3            The Morning Show     Administration has bent the rules on airline safety. Friday, April 04, 2008      30 mins
                                  Who's keeping us addicted to fossil fuels this year?
                                  Guests from Rainforest Action Network and
                                  Energy Action Coalition join Terra Verde for a
                                  rundown of “the Foolies”, the 2008 Fossil Fools
4            Terra Verde          Awards.                                              Friday, April 04, 2008      30 mins
                                  "SHOPPING OUR WAY TO SAFETY"
                                  Sociologist Andrew Szasz, PhD, author of
                                  Shopping our Way to Safety discusses the
                                  accelerating trend toward reducing risk
             Our Own Health and   individually by purchasing products and why such
5            Fitness              solutions are ultimately not effective.              Tuesday, April 08, 2008     1 hour

                                  FCC comes to Stanford, a do-over from the public
6            Living Room          hearing Comcast packed with hired snoozers.          Friday, April 11, 2008      30 mins
                                  The Federal Communication Commission is
                                  coming to the Bay Area this week to hold a public
                                  hearing on the future of the internet. KPFA
                                  broadcasts highlights from the hearing at Stanford
                                  University on the rules governing high-speed
7            Special              Internet networks.                                   Friday, April 18, 2008      1 hour
                                  A discussion of plans in Marin County to try
8            The Morning Show     community choice electrical power aggregation.       Tuesday, April 22, 2008     30 mins
                                  Community Business Report with Catherine
9            Flashpoints          Austin Fitts                                         Wednesday, April 23, 2008   18 mins
                                  Oil Hits $120 a Barrel: A Report on Energy Policy
10           Flashpoints          in the Bush Administration                           Monday, May 05, 2008        19 mins
11           Flashpoints          Right of the Dial: Clear Channel                     Monday, May 26, 2008        32 mins
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                            A discussion on Chevron oil and the upcoming
                            Bowoto v.Chevron legal case that will be heard in
12           Africa Today   California state and federal courts in 2008.      Monday, May 26, 2008   1 hour
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2         Flashpoints         KBR/Halliburton Implicated in Rape Case            Thursday, April 03, 2008   14 mins

                              San Francisco Women's Film festival and some
                              of the women involved in the new documentary
                              film about camera women around the world
3         Women's Magazine    "Women Behind the Camera."                         Monday, April 07, 2008     1 hour
                              Attacks on Women Activists & Supporters in
4         Flashpoints         Chihuahua, Mexico:                                 Friday, April 11, 2008     19 mins
                              Eyal Press examines the abortion debate and
                              traces the rise of the evangelical anti-abortion
                              movement in his book "Absolute Convictions:
                              My Father, a City, and the Conflict That Divided
5         Against the Grain   America."                                          Monday, April 14, 2008     1 hour
                              Joe Tougas and Kayvon-Dokht Shakibaee-
                              Iranian human and women's right activist,
6         Flashpoints         speaking at Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library.        Tuesday, April 15, 2008    19 mins

                              What happens when women's organizations
                              become professionalized? Do career organizers
                              drive out volunteers or help them participate
                              more fully? How does corporate or government
                              funding limit the political positions they can
                              take? Kate Raphael talks about the Nonprofit
                              Industrial Complex with current and former
7         Women's Magazine    leaders of San Francisco Women Against Rape Monday, April 21, 2008            40 mins
                              Ellen McLaughlin talks about her play "The
                              Trojan Women," inspired by Euripides’s classic
8         Against the Grain   anti-war tragedy.                                 Monday, April 21, 2008      45 mins
                              Preeti Shekar talks to Sumayya Waheed from the
                              Ella Baker Center about an important legislation
                              that pushes for the rights of incacerated mothers
9         Women's Magazine    in California                                     Monday, May 05, 2008        20 mins
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                                      "For Mother’s Day, The Radio Chronicles
                                      presents Jerri Lange, author of Jerri: A Black
                                      Woman’s Life in Media, reflecting on her
                                      family’s history as early CA pioneers and the
10        Radio Chronicles            joys of raising three sucessful sons."           Sunday, May 11, 2008          1 hour

                                      This is the first in a series of two-hour programs
                                      featuring different aspects of women in world
                                      music. Today we focus on women pioneers, who
                                      charted the early musical paths in different parts
                                      of the world. We'll listen to Amalia Rodrigues
                                      (Portugal), Carmen Miranda (Brazil), Maria
                                      Papagika (Greece), Maybelle Carter (USA),
                                      Memphis Minnie (USA), Ofra Haza (Israel),
                                      Lydia Mendoza (Tejano), Cheikha Rimitti
                                      (Algeria), Edith Piaf (France), Graciela
11        Music of the World          (Venezula), and many more.                         Thursday, June 12, 2008     2 hours
                                      Rivian Berlin presents a talk by Kathy Davis,
                                      author of "The Making of Our Bodies Ourselves:
                                      How Feminism Travels Across Borders", in
                                      which she develops a new theory of feminism as
12        Women's Magazine            a traveling theory.                                Monday, June 16, 2008       20 mins

                                      In the new volume "Live Through This," twenty
                                      women artists describe the uses (and limits) of art
                                      to survive depression, abuse, and the impulse
                                      toward self-destruction. Carolyn Gage, Daphne
                                      Gottlieb and Inga Muscio contributed essays to
13        Against the Grain           the volume.                                         Tuesday, June 17, 2008     1 hour
                                      The experience of women in the Middle East in
14        Voices of the Middle East   times of war                                        Wednesday, June 18, 2008   45 mins
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                                     Sara Jaka explores art and activism with musicians Betsy
                                     Rose and Melanie deMore, who will be performing
                                     together at an upcoming benefit for Code Pink Women for
2         Women's Magazine           Peace.                                                   Monday, April 21, 2008          20 mins

                                     International Workers Day, the Morning Show asks the
                                     question, What Is It Going to Take to End This War? Will
3         The Morning Show           demonstrations on May Day make a difference?                  Thursday, May 01, 2008     30 mins
                                     This Memorial Day, we bring you sound from the necba
4         Hard Knock Radio           free palestine peace and solidarity festival.                 Monday, May 26, 2008       1 hour
5         Saturday Morning Talkies   10 artist, 10 countries, 10 billboards---for peace.           Saturday, May 31, 2008     20 mins
                                     Veteran scholar and activist George Katsiaficas discusses
                                     the significance of May 1968 in France, the May 1970
                                     student strike in the US, and people's uprisings in Asia in
6         Against the Grain          the 1980s and '90s.                                           Monday, June 09, 2008      1 hour
                                     An interview with John Waller, Pastors for Peace on 19th
7         Africa Today               Annual Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba.                     Monday, June 16, 2008      30 mins
                                     Hanan Awwad, chair of Palestine Women's International
                                     League for Peace and Freedom, WILPF, discusses the
8         The Morning Show           current situation in Palestine.                               Wednesday, June 18, 2008   30 mins
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FAMILY   Title                  RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                              DATE/TIME                  LENGTH
                                Lisa Dettmer pays a non-hallmark tribute to
         Women's Magazine       mothers, on the occasion of mothers' day.           Monday, May 05, 2008       15 mins

                                For Mother's Day, Radio Chronicles presents Jerri
                                Lange, author of Jerri: A Black Woman's Life in
                                Media, reflecting on her family’s history as early CA
         The Radio Chronicles   pioneers and the joys of raising three sucessful sons. Sunday, May 11, 2008    1 hour
                                Anita Johnson discusses the book, "The Beautiful
                                Struggle: A Father, Two Sons, and an Unlikely Road
         Hard Knock Radio       to Manhood".                                           Tuesday, May 27, 2008   45 mins

                                An examination of public opinion and same sex
                                marriage with Kenji Yoshino, the Guido Calabresi
                                Professor of Law at Yale Law School, who is a
                                contributing writer to the NY Times Magazine, and
                                author of "Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our
                                Civil Rights" Kate Kendall, Executive Director of
         The Morning Show       the National Center of Lesbian Rights.              Thursday, May 29, 2008     30 mins
                                Stefan Merrill Block discusses his well-reviewed
                                first novel, "The Story of Forgetting" which deals
                                with the effects of early Alzheimers on a family in
         Cover to Cover         Texas.                                              Thursday, May 29, 2008     30 mins
         Flashpoints            Live First Gay Marriages in San Francisco:          Monday, June 16, 2008      1 hour
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                                         Davey D speaks with Attorney John Burris about
                                         the latest in police misconduct and offers
2             Hard Knock Radio           solutions to this problem.                          Wednesday, April 09, 2008   30 mins
                                         Lawyers Guild calls for removal of John Yoo
3             The Morning Show           from Boalt Hall faculty.                            Thursday, April 10, 2008    30 mins
                                         Kathy Kelly, Bill Hill, Abby Coburn: Wheels of
4             Flashpoints                Justice bus tour, http://justicewheels.org/node     Monday, April 14, 2008      10 mins
                                         Supreme Court's decision yesterday that lethal
5             The Morning Show           injection is constitutional.                        Thursday, April 17, 2008    30 mins
                                          Update on April 19th International Day of
6             Flashpoints                Mobilization for Mumia Abu-Jamal.                   Thursday, April 17, 2008    7 mins
                                         Preeti Shekar talks to Sumayya Waheed from the
                                         Ella Baker Center about an important legislation
                                         that pushes for the rights of incacerated mothers
7             Women's Magazine           in California.                                      Monday, May 05, 2008        20 mins
                                         The plans to build a new death row at San
                                         Quentin with Assemblyman Jared Huffman, D-
                                         San Rafael and Judy Kerr, who is with California
                                         Crime Victims for Alternatives to the Death
8             The Morning Show           Penalty.                                            Wednesday, June 11, 2008    30 mins
                                         Award winning investigative journalist and
                                         author Greg Palast talks about the Supreme
                                         Court's decision to reward Exxon for the Prince
9             Flashpoints                Edward Sound Oil Spill.                             Thursday, June 26, 2008     25 mins
                                         Supreme Court gun ruling;-the ruling on gun
10            Saturday Morning Talkies   control.                                            Saturday, June 28, 2008     30 mins
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                                 Analysis of the economic meltdown stage 2, with Nomi
                                 Prins, a former employee of Bear Stearns, a Senior Fellow at
                                 Demos, and author of "Other People's Money: The
2            The Morning Show    Corporate Mugging of America".                                 Tuesday, April 01, 2008     30 mins
3            Flashpoints         Community Business with Catherine Austin Fitts                 Wednesday, April 02, 2008   16 mins
                                 Ha-Joon Chang, author of "Bad Samaritans: The Myth of
4            The Morning Show    Free Trade and the Secret History of Capitalism".              Tuesday, April 08, 2008     30 mins
                                 Jared Bernstein, author of "Crunch: Why Do I Feel So
                                 Squeezed? (And Other Unsolved Economic Mysteries)"
5            The Morning Show    discusses his book.                                            Thursday, April 24, 2008    30 mins
                                 Veteran political analysts Naomi Klein and Tariq Ali
                                 delivered talks about the current economic crisis, Iraq, Latin
                                 America, right-wing ideology, and Left resistance at the
6            Against the Grain   recent Left Forum gathering in New York City.                  Tuesday, May 06, 2008       1 hour
7            The Morning Show    "Is the US economy on the rocks?"                              Tuesday, June 10, 2008      30 mins

                                 "The Global Food and Fuel Crisis" Interview with Professor
                                 of Economics, Michel Chossudovsky, on the unregulated
                                 financial speculation which is driving up the prices of food
                                 and fuel beyond the reach of people worldwide, and
8            Guns and Butter     destabilizing an already unsustainable economic system.       Wednesday, June 18, 2008     1 hour
                                 A discussion of efforts to expand the drilling for oil on the
                                 Continental Shelf with Jim Presswood, Energy Advocate, at
9            The Morning Show    the Natural Resources Defense Council.                        Thursday, June 19, 2008      30 mins
                                  The California Budget Crisis with Jean Ross, Director of the
10           The Morning Show    California Budget Project.                                    Tuesday, June 24, 2008       30 mins
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