On Friday March 29th, host Esty Dinur presented listeners with a split show. For the first half of the hour she interviewed Jacqui Dunne and Bernard Lietaer about their book, “Rethinking Money: How New Currencies Turn Scarcity into Prosperity.” During the second half of the program Esty Dinur interviewed members of the Truth Tour of Lakota Grandmothers.
On Thursday March 28th, host Allen Ruff interviewed author and scholar Paul Buhle about his latest release, the newly revised edition of the book “Marxism in the United States: A History of the American Left.”
On Wednesday March 27th, Tim Hansel hosted a show about the Proposition 8 and Defense of Marriage Act regarding gay marriage that have reached the Supreme Court. Tim spoke with Katie Belanger, the Executive Director of Fair Wisconsin, about how these cases will impact citizens locally. He also spoke with Thalia Zepatos from the national advocacy group Freedom to Marry about the national impact of these court cases.
On Tuesday March 26th, host Anjuli Brekke discussed reproductive politics with historian Rickie Solinger.
John Quinlan interviewed the candidates for the Dane County Circuit Court: Attorney Rhonda Lanford and Judge Rebecca St. John. The election is Tuesday, April 2nd.
On Friday March 22nd, host Esty Dinur interviewed Doug Henwood on Cyprus, the Eurozone and the global economy. Henwood hosts Behind the News, a weekly radio show covering economics and politics on KPFA, Berkeley, that is rebroadcast on several other stations across the U.S., and has a worldwide audience via its Internet archive. His is also author of the book Wall Street.