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Convention Night Call-In: DNC Wednesday

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Brian Lehrer (Marco Antonio/WNYC)

Each evening during the conventions, Brian Lehrer hosts a convention call-in from 7-8pm, from WNYC in New York and around the country on the "(Mostly) Swing-State Radio Network". Get analysis of the convention, previews of that evening's speeches, and a chance to talk with public radio listeners in swing states around the country.

Featuring:

Tune in starting at 7pm EST Tuesday. Tonight we're on WNYC New York, New Jersey Public Radio, WAMU American University, WCPN-FM Cleveland,  WDET-FM Detroit, WHA-AM Wisconsin, WUNC Chapel Hill, and WUSF Tampa

(Election Special opening theme "My Robot" by Looper | Closing theme "Lighthouse" by Bryan Young)

Guests:

Rebecca Blatt, Craig Fahle, Anna Sale and Lynn Sweet

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Comments [2]

simon from nyc

I'd like govt to be honest about the era of downscaling, re-localization and simplification we've now entered.
I'd like govt to stop misallocating funds by giving to banks that are not helping our cities and States; instead govt should be allocating those funds for our people to re-tool and re-learn many of the skills we've lost in these decades of forced materialism and consumerism.
Would someone please be realist about the dire dilemma Industrial society now finds itslef in?

Sep. 05 2012 07:45 PM
Smokey from LES

I want government to protect me from business excess and bad behavior - no more than really necessary, but just enough for my safety and protection.

Business isn't very good at doing the right thing by itself.

Sep. 05 2012 07:10 PM

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