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Thursday, July 20, 2006
Purely for entertainment value...
...here’s a weeks worth of programming from The Bob Edwards Show (emphasis added):
Monday, July 17:
Bob talks politics with regular Monday guest David Broder of "The Washington Post." Then, Bob speaks with Joe Solmonese, President of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) (www.hrc.org). Started in 1980, the HRC lobbies Congress, raises money for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender-friendly candidates, organizes its 600,000 members to action, and, starting today (Monday, July 17th), will produce a new live radio talk show on XM called "The Agenda." And finally, Tom Lutz is the author of Doing Nothing: A History of Loafers, Loungers, Slackers and Bums in America.
Tuesday, July 18:
George Lakoff is a linguistics professor at the University of California at Berkeley, a noted author and an intellectual guru to the Democratic party. Lakoff's latest book is called Whose Freedom?: The Battle over America's Most Important Idea. Then Bob talks with Gandulf Hennig, the producer and director of the documentary called Fallen Angel about the life and music of Gram Parsons.
Wednesday, July 19:
Bob talks with Rebecca Goldstein, author of Betraying Spinoza: The Renegade Jew Who Gave Us Modernity. Then, Carl Hancock Rux collects hyphens. He's a singer-songwriter-author-poet-playwright-actor, and in his spare time, he's an essayist for this show. His new CD, "Good Bread Alley," is an exploration of the breadth of blues music.
Thursday, July 20:
Gene Healey of the Cato Institute discusses his white paper about what he says are President Bush's extraordinary power grabs vis-a-vis the Constitution. He's the coauthor of "Power Surge." Next, movie reviewer David Kipen (KIP-pen) talks about the latest releases on screen and DVD, including "A Scanner Darkly," "Lady in the Water," and some new boxed sets. Then, it was one of the fastest, most efficient cars ever built. It ran on electricity, produced no emissions and catapulted American technology to the forefront of the automotive industry. So why did General Motors crush its fleet in the Arizona desert? Bob talks to director, Chris Paine, about his documentary, "Who Killed the Electric Car?"
Friday, July 21:
John Dean was the White House counsel for Richard Nixon and a pivotal figure in the Watergate scandal more than 30 years ago. Now he's got a new book that considers the state of the conservative movement in America: Conservatives Without Conscience.
Monday, July 24:
Bob talks politics with regular Monday guest David Broder of "The Washington Post." Next, outspoken conservative activist Richard Viguerie slams President Bush for betraying the values of the Republican party in his new book, Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause. Then writer Tom Bodett searches for a cure to his "compulsive cosmology."
Tuesday, July 25:
Bob speaks with Jeff Goodell, author of the new book Big Coal: The Dirty Secret Behind America's Energy Future. Goodall examines the danger behind President George W. Bush's recent assertion that coal is America's "economic destiny."
Edwards leaves NPR and somehow I’m still paying his salary?
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