Tell Somebody
A weekly public affairs program on KKFI-FM 90.1, Kansas City community radio.
Ray McGovern on torture, Colin Powell and Dick Cheney

What did Colin Powell know, and when did he know it?

“Why do they hate us?’

Does torture work?

Former Vice President Dick Cheney has come out of his non-disclosed location, “oozing out a slimey speech” at the American Enterprise Institute and making multiple TV appearances in defense of torture.

Ray McGovern has been listening - to Cheney, but also to retired Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, Colin Powell’s former Chief of Staff.

Ray McGovern was a 27 year CIA analyst under seven presidents, and he’s talking to Tell Somebody again.

Direct download: tellsomebody090526.mp3
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Free Press' Craig Aaron and FCC's Michael Copps on Changing Media

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On Thursday, May 14th, 2009, Free Press held a Summit on Changing Media at the Newseum in Washington, DC. 

Acting FCC Chair Michael Copps and Free Press' Senior Program Director Craig Aaron were among the featured  speakers.  Aaron's talk was headlined 'Journalism Is a Public Service.'

On this edition of Tell Somebody, I talked about the summit with Craig Aaron, and also aired the comments made by Michael Copps.

 

Direct download: tellsomebody090519.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:41pm CDT

Julia's Voice on Mothers Day, and exclusive Ra'ed Jarrar interview
 Mother's Day was first organized in 1870 by the abolitionist, suffragette and poet Julia Ward Howe to promote peace and speak out against war. 
Julia's Voice ( www.juliasvoice.org ) was first organized last year to try to bring Mother's Day back to its origins.
On this edition of Tell Somebody, we'll talk to Sara Sautter and Elizabeth Barker of the Julia's Voice steering committee about the history of Mother's Day and plans for Mother's Day 2009 and beyond.
Also, an exclusive interview with Ra'ed Jarrar about U.S. withdrawal from Iraq.  An Iraqi-born U.S. citizen who was in Baghdad for Shock and Awe, Jarrar currently works for AFSC in Washington, D.C.
Direct download: tellsomebody090505.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:59pm CDT