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#2 - Locked Out, Locked In and Stolen Time

| September 4, 2005

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(00:00 - 01:42)   Show intro and rundown
  (01:43 - 03:17)   Reporter Stephanie Mitchell, a locked out member of the Canadian Media Guild, asks folks what they think of the new CBC sound. For lockout details visit http://cmgvancouver.org, http://cbcontheline.ca/whatyoucando.html and http://cbcunplugged.com.
  (03:31 - 03:50)   Where's the connection - Pat Robertson
  (03:51 - 06:58)   Our U.S. correspondent, Keith Gottschalk eavesdrops on a persuasive dinner with Hugo Chavez and explains why the States don't hafta when it comes to NAFTA.
Keith's regular rabble column can be found here.   (07:12 - 11:37)   rabble radio host, Wayne MacPhail takes a trip to Nova Scotia to visit aging parents and the spectre of dementia http://alzheimerontario.org/ in the audio documentary The Long Now.
The Alzheimer Society of Ontario   (11:56 - 13:57)   auntie smells something fishy when she is almost stumped by a question about media bias — if ALL media is biased, IS there an alternative?
read more auntie.com advice   (14:08 - 17:03)   Toby Abico (aka Jamil Mahmood), a participant at this year's Youth Activist Retreat (YAR), near Beausejour, Manitoba, engages the late Johnny Cash in an all singing, all activist interview.
For more on YAR   (17:03 - 21:53)   In his first installment of The Politics of Meaning, documentary maker Velcrow Ripper contrasts fear and hope. Rabbi Michael Lerner http://www.tikkun.org/rabbi_lerner/ founder of Tikkun Community. Rebecca Solnit, author of Hope in Dark. http://www.nationbooks.org/book.mhtml?t=solnit The music is by Live Human, a free sound/instrumental hiphop San Francisco Band http://www.matadorrecords.com/live_human/

The song is from the soundtrack to the feature documentary 'ScaredSacred' http://www.scaredsacred.org(00:00 - 00:00) Jennifer Moore's Homebrew brings us voices for prison justice in B.C. Thanks to Co-op Radio 102.7 in Vancouver, which produced the piece.
Co-op Radio 102.7   (22:14 - 14:35)   My Postman is Rad, music from Toronto-based band The Two Koreas.
  (24:36 - 29:16)   Jennifer Moore's Homebrew brings us voices for prison justice in B.C. Thanks to Co-op Radio 102.7 in Vancouver, which produced the piece.
Thanks to Co-op Radio 102.7   (29:29 - 34:10)   rabble.ca's books editor, Lisa Rundle plays the outsider with "Smoke" author, Elizabeth Ruth.
http://www.elizabethruth.com/   (34:11 - 36:09)   This time out, the Prize Queen wonders about what Canadian exports we should slap a U.S. tariff on. Tell her and win large. Well, a large T-shirt anyway.
  (36:09 - 39:50)   Cute haircuts can't be heard on the air, but listen to this song and you'll get the idea. This is A New Thing, by The Two Koreas.
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