Annette Arnold Boyd interview

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Sounds of Awareness
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Thu, 02/05/2009

Paul van Dyke interviews Annette Arnold Boyd about her limited vision

26:32 minutes (24.3 MB)

Bill Foster and Portland International Film Festival

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Stage and Studio
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Thu, 02/05/2009

Host/Producer Dmae Roberts talks with Bill Foster, executive director of Northwest Film Center who gives us some best picks with film clips of the Portland International Film Festival. Featured films include Coraline, the animated stop-action film made in a studio in Hillsboro. Also featured are O-Hoerton, Mermaid, Hunger, Jeruselema, In a Dream and Dreamweavers.

27:12 minutes (24.91 MB)

"It's all connected to everything..."

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Air Cascadia
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Thu, 02/05/2009
14:35 minutes (13.36 MB)

The World Is Fat by Dr. Barry Popkin

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Healthwatch
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Sun, 02/01/2009

Dr. David Naimon interviews Dr. Barry Popkin, professor of global nutrition and author of "The World is Fat," about the role played by globalization, modern technology, media and advertising and government in fattening in the population.  Learn the 4 post-WWII trends that have contributed to this phenomenon and the solutions that Dr.

26:54 minutes (24.63 MB)

The Versatile Vegan on Why Animals Matter: The Case for Animal Protection

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Sun, 02/01/2009

 

Host Becca Bartleson speaks with Erin Williams, communications director from The Humane Society of the United States and co-author of Why Animals Matter: The Case for Animal Protection, and communications director for The Humane Society of the United States' factory farming campaign. Erin will be signing copies of her book and giving a presentation called "Why Farm Animals Matter"on Tuesday, February 3, from 7:00 pm - 8:30 p.m. at Portland State University Smith Memorial Student Union, Room 101

Why Animals Matter examines how people abuse animals, gives suggestions on how to take action, and connects animal protection, environmental and social justice issues. Publishers Weekly praised the book as "a tough but fair-minded revelation of how mass production of animals for food and other purposes results in cruelty that usually remains hidden from sight."

 

28:00 minutes (25.64 MB)

More Reasons to Oppose LNG pipelines

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Mon, 02/02/2009

 Hosts Joe Uris and Abe Proctor invite Amy Harwood from BARK and Olivia Schmidt from Columbia River Keeperto talk about LNG terminals at the Oregon Coast and LNG pipelines thru our farms and national forests.

58:15 minutes (26.67 MB)

John Cavanagh on the Stimulus Package

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Locus Focus
program date: 
Tue, 02/03/2009

Locus Focus host Barbara Bernstein talks with John Cavanagh with the Institute for Policy Studies about the ins and outs of Barack Obama's economic stimulus package.  What is progressive about the proposal, where could it go further and why does it upset the Republicans so much? 

54:06 minutes (24.77 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for February 2, 2009

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Sun, 02/01/2009

55:05 minutes (31.52 MB)

Movie Moles: "Switch: A Community in Transition"

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Sun, 02/01/2009

What happens when someone goes through gender transition in their own community?  How do co-workers, family, and friends make the switch from seeing one of their own as a man instead of a woman, or vice-versa?  Movie Moles Denise Morris and Chris Land  discuss the Portland-made film "Switch: A Community in Transition"

9:58 minutes (5.71 MB)

Seattle's General Strike, 1919

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Sun, 02/01/2009

 

44:09 minutes (25.27 MB)

Behind the Screen: African Film Fest and Coraline premiere

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Wed, 02/04/2009

Behind the Screen is a new radio program covering independent filmmakers along with local screenings and festivals.  In this pilot episode, Toni Tabora-Roberts gets a preview of the Cascade Festival of African Films from co-director Mary Holmstrom, and S.W. Conser talks with Coraline director Henry Selick on the eve of the film's opening night premiere at the Portland International Film Festival.

28:52 minutes (11.57 MB)

Pro's and Con's of Eradicating Invasives

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Recovery Zone
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Wed, 02/04/2009

 On the Feb 5 Recovery Zone, Stephanie Potter hosts a discussion on the pros and cons of eradicating invasive species .  Guests include Jean Fike, Executive Director of the East Multnomah Soil and Conservation District, and Jeff Haugh, Trails and Restoration Manager of the Forest Park Conservancy here in Portland; and artist/activist Mary Bertuccio with her mother, Lucille Bertuccio, a naturalist and president of the Center for Sustainable Living in Bloomington, Indiana.  Are  our eradication efforts fundamentally necessary if we are to heal our world, or are they a form of overkill? 

27:48 minutes (19.09 MB)

Jesse Durost at Fourteen30

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Art Focus
program date: 
Wed, 02/04/2009

For his current show at Fourteen30, Jesse Durost combined simple architectural forms with layers and transparency, resulting in sculptural works of both logic and fantasy. The artist talks about the current work and how his past exhibitions tie into it. More images are also available at JesseDurost.com.

28:07 minutes (38.61 MB)

Living river, snitch in lights & Whistleblower of the Year!

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Air Cascadia
program date: 
Wed, 02/04/2009
16:05 minutes (14.73 MB)

 

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