Dave Mazza talks with former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright about her new book, Memo to the President Elect, in which she outlines the challenges facing the next president of the United States and how he can help restore the nation's standing in the world.
Ms. Albright was the first woman to become United States Secretary of State and is currently a professor at Georgetown University.
Host Per Fagereng interviews Zaher Wahab, professor at Lewis and Clark College and native of Afghanistan, about current events in Afghanistan and the Middle East and the connections between them. Call-ins welcome.
Hosted by Clayton Morgareidge, this program features discussions of bank nationalization and student anti-war actions. We also hear a review of three recent novels by women writers. To hear the whole show, including music by tenor sax player Don Byas, click on the arrow above. To hear separate pieces, follow the links below:
Two students from Macalester College in Minnesota, Sophie Smith and Hadley Pope, who locked themselves down in front of a weapons manufacturer talk with the Old Mole's Jan Haaken about their experiences and the significance of their actions. You can find extensive coverage of the event here.
Andy Worthington Author of The Guantanamo Files: The stories of the 774 Detainees in America's Illegal Prison talks with host Linda Olson-Osterlund about the most recent developments at Guantanamo and what difference the upcoming Presidential election will make to the prisoners there. www.andyworthington.co.uk/
A program of social and political commentary from a socialist-feminist point of view.
On this show, the Moles consider the significance of nationalizing banks, as the US Government is now planning to do. We also hear from two Minnesota student activists who locked themselves to the gate of a weapons factory to stop arms shipments to Iraq.