0215 am 'Get This' news

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Thu, 02/14/2008

 

Get This:  Dead Zones off the Oregon coast:  “not normal” – or all too normal…

Chris Andreae

02/15/08

 

8:28 minutes (7.75 MB)

0214 am 'Get This' news

program date: 
Wed, 02/13/2008

 

Get This:  Travel agents will be only too happy to extraordinarily render Bush out of town…. 

Chris Andreae

02/14/08

 

8:09 minutes (7.46 MB)

Portland Center Stage's "A Feminine Ending" and Black History Month events at IFCC

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Stage and Studio
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Mon, 02/11/2008

Dmae Roberts talks with Brook Bloom currently starring in "A Feminine Ending" at Portland Center Stage.  Bloom has recurring role in CSI: Miami and a new love of Portland.  In the second half of the show, Dmae finds out about Black History Month events at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center from Creative Director Adrienne Flagg. Featured music (with permission) is by local composer and performer David Ornette Cherry. 

 

28:06 minutes (12.87 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for February 11, 2008

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program date: 
Sun, 02/10/2008

This show is hosted by Bill Resnick and covers the Democratic primary campaign, the outcome  of the television and film writers' strike, and several movies worth knowing about.  You can hear the  whole  show by clicking the arrow above, or individual segments by going to the links below, which also feature additional information about people and issues.

1. JoAnne Wypijewski and Bill Resnick discuss the primaries and what they mean for progressive politics.  

2. Jan Haaken talks with Abdul Fofana  about "Moving to the Beat," a  film about Hip Hop, Africans, and African-Americans.

54:14 minutes (24.83 MB)

Victory in the Writers' Strike

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Sun, 02/10/2008

The TV and Movie Writers achieved a significant victory in their three-month strike.  Bill Resnick talks with writer and Writers Guild board member Nick Kazan about how they did it.  

 

8:19 minutes (3.81 MB)

Portland International Film Festival Reviews

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Radiozine
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Mon, 02/11/2008

Members of the Northwest Film Center's Silver Screen Club review more than 20 films in the 2008 Portland International Film Festival, running through February 24th.

58:35 minutes (26.82 MB)

Films About WWII Japanese Internment

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Sun, 02/10/2008

 The director of two films about the interment of Japanese-Americans in the 1940s talks with Jan Haaken.  He is John Esaki, and the films are  "Stand Up For Justice", a drama  about a man who accompanies  his Japanese-American friends  to the camp; and "From 9066 to 9/11," a  documentary  that compares President Roosevelt's  executive  order  9066 authorizing the internments to US treatment of  Arab Americans and  residents  after  9/11.  They are both being shown at Willamette University for a Day of Remembrance  on Monday, February 18.

6:54 minutes (3.16 MB)

Move Moles: "The Orphanage"

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Sun, 02/10/2008

 Movie Moles Denise Morris and Frann Michel review "The Orphanage, " the story of a woman, an orphan herself, who opens an orphanage.  The review compares this film with others from the same producer, "Pan's Labrynth" and "The Devil's Backbone." 

11:19 minutes (5.18 MB)

"Moving To the Beat"

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Sun, 02/10/2008

 The Old Mole's Jan Haaken interviews Abdul Fofana about the documentary film about Hip Hop, "Moving to the Beat."  The film makes connections between Africans and African Americans as it shows the journey of an American Hip Hop group to Sierra Leone.  The film is showing at the Cascade Festival of African Films.

 

6:03 minutes (2.77 MB)

Obamamania?

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Sun, 02/10/2008

Bill Resnick talks with JoAnne Wypijewski,  a writer for The Nation, Counterpunch, and many other publications, about the high interest in the Democratic primaries and what it might mean for progressive politics.  

 

15:22 minutes (7.04 MB)

Monsanto Attempts Sugar Beet Takeover

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KBOO's locally produced environmental series. This edition: Planting Monsanto's genetically engineered sugar beet seeds in the Willamette Valley has organic farmers, environmental activists, and consumers worried.

3:24 minutes (3.12 MB)

China, Dissent, Human Rights & the Olympics

program date: 
Tue, 02/12/2008

Sophie Richardson, Asia Advocacy Director at Human Rights Watch talks about crackdowns on dissent in China prior to the August Olympics in Beijing.

28:11 minutes (9.68 MB)

0212 am 'Get This' news

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program date: 
Mon, 02/11/2008

 

Get This:  Bipolar?  Alcoholic? Paranoid?  Homicidal?  Next stop, Iraq, Soldier…

Chris Andreae

02/12/08

 

7:24 minutes (6.78 MB)

MLK Day: Sisters of the Road's Civic Action Group and North Carolina Sanitation Worker at the U.S. Social Forum

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Labor Radio
program date: 
Sun, 01/20/2008

 

Patrick Nolen and Julio Vasquez, Sisters of the Road Civic Action Group

North Carolina sanitation worker, U.S. Social Forum

28:21 minutes (11.36 MB)

 

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