Sunday, November 18, 2007

Programming Guide


Today at 1:00 pm EST, on WBAI's The Next Hour:

Elizabeth Nunez hosts the hour with Diarah N'Daw Spech, co-creator of the African Diaspora Film Festival and filmmaker Frances-Anne Solomon, director of the festival's opening night film, "A Winter's Tale."

Today at 7:00 pm EST, National Lawyers Guild president Marjorie Cohn (author of Cowboy Republic: Six Ways the Bush Gang Has Defied the Law) will be on CSPAN2's Book TV (also streams live online).

Monday on WBAI's Cat Radio Cafe, 1:00 pm EST (streams live online):

NOVEMBER 19 Producer Alan Buchman on The Culture Project's new discussion series, "A Question of Impeachment"; composer Michael Colina, Latin American pianist Polly Ferman and jazz piano legend Bob James on Colina's work in concert upcoming at Christ and St. Stephen's; and singers from "Kleinkunst: Warsaw's Brave and Brilliant Yiddish Cabaret."Hosted by Janet Coleman and David Dozer.

Also WBAI has extended the voting for the Local Station Board Election. They were due by last Friday but it's been extended to this Friday, November 23rd. If you have a ballot and have not sent it in, you now have additional period to get your ballot in. There are 21 names listed as well as the write-in options and 9 are to be elected. If you've seen the ballot, you know there are some really strong voices running. If you qualify for a ballot and haven't received one, you can see the WBAI website to find out how to get one. Repeating, the voting period has been extended to Friday, November 23rd.

And Friday on PBS' NOW with David Brancaccio:

How far will oil companies go to get the politics they want? A bribery scandal in Alaska.
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