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Assange's Premiere (and vid)
"Julian Assange's interview with Hezbollah leader Sayyid Nasrallah sparked a wave of media reaction.."
Nasrallah 'Extraordinary' Mideast Figure: WikiLeaks Founder
"WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has described Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah as 'one of the most extraordinary figures in the Middle East.' Speaking from Lebanon, Nasrallah explained Hezbollah's stance on the unrest of Syria and Israel, in what the news channel described as his first interview in the West since the 2006 Israel-Lebanon war.."
Julian Calendar: Episode 2 - Zizek Vs Horowitz (and vid)
If they were babblers they'd both be banned. Chaos. I much preferred Hasan Nasrallah
Assange Episode 4: Overthrowing Dictators 101 (and vid)
"Controversial whistleblower Julian Assange interviews two prominent Arab Spring figures. Egypt's Alaa Abd El-Fattah and Bahrain's Nabed Rajab. They spoke about fighting against oppressive regimes and what should come in their place. Rajab was arrested on May 5, just days after appearing for the recording of Assange's show. Both say they will not give up.."
Assange Episode 5: Surviving Guantanamo (and vid)
"The latest episode of The World Tomorrow takes us to the very heart of America's War on Terror, Guantanamo Bay. Julian Assange speaks with Moazzam Begg and Asim Quereshi. The World Tomorrow, Tuesday 11:30 GMT"
Episode 5: Begg-Qureshi (and vid)
Next - Assange Episode 6: Ecuador's Fight Against its Media Vultures
"Is it always bad government vs good free media? In The World Tomorrow, President Rafael Correa of Ecuador tells Julian Assange it is time to get rid of false stereotypes depicting wicked governments persecuting saint-like journalists and news outlets. When Correa took office, five out of seven privately owned TV channels in Ecuador were run by bankers..."
'Political Leadership Denounced as Evil Tyranny' (and vid)
"President Raphael Correa of Ecuador told Julian Assange that presidents have very little power to change things because the very concept of political leadership is being demonized. Watch the full show..."
Episode Six: Ecuador's Fight Against Its Media Vultures