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2005 YEAR IN REVIEW

From: Voices of Our World
Length: 27:58

A look back at some of our favorite guests and segments including; Operation Truth's Paul Riekoff, historian and activist, Howard Zinn, Green Action's Aileen Miyoko Smith, on Greening the Cleaning, Deirdre Imus, on economics, Naomi Klein and on mixing religion with politics, Jim Wallis. Read the full description.

2005bb_small Voices of Our World Program 0551 Air date: Week of December 18, 2005 Part One: YEAR IN REVIEW 2005: In order to reflect on the events and issues of the past year, we decided to feature some of our favorite guests of 2005. We speak with Naomi Klein about her film "The Take", a documentary about the Argentinean occupied factory movement. We speak about war with Paul Rieckhoff, the Executive Director and Founder of Operation Truth, Iraq War veteran Sgt. Herbert R. Reid, and well known author activist Howard Zinn. OPTIONAL CUTAWAY CUE: "That's 1-8-8-8 M-A-R-Y-K-N-O-L-L" at 14:00. Part Two: YEAR IN REVIEW 2005: In the second half of the show we speak with Deidre Imus, founder of the Deidre Imus Foundation about eliminating toxins in food and consumer products. With Aileen Miyoko Smith, Director of Green Action in Kyoto, Japan, we speak about Japan's plutonium plans. Class assumptions are discussed with Felice Yeskel, co-director of Class Action. We discuss religion and Politics with Jim Wallis, author of "God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It." End Cue: "join us next time for more Voices of our World." at 28:00. *Can be broadcast at 14:00 or 28:00 minutes. Format fits well into either time slot.

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Voices of Our World Program 0551 Air date: Week of December 18, 2005 Part One: YEAR IN REVIEW 2005: In order to reflect on the events and issues of the past year, we decided to feature some of our favorite guests of 2005. We speak with Naomi Klein about her film "The Take", a documentary about the Argentinean occupied factory movement. We speak about war with Paul Rieckhoff, the Executive Director and Founder of Operation Truth, Iraq War veteran Sgt. Herbert R. Reid, and well known author activist Howard Zinn. OPTIONAL CUTAWAY CUE: "That's 1-8-8-8 M-A-R-Y-K-N-O-L-L" at 14:00. Part Two: YEAR IN REVIEW 2005: In the second half of the show we speak with Deidre Imus, founder of the Deidre Imus Foundation about eliminating toxins in food and consumer products. With Aileen Miyoko Smith, Director of Green Action in Kyoto, Japan, we speak about Japan's plutonium plans. Class assumptions are discussed with Felice Yeskel, co-director of Class Action. We discuss religion and Politics with Jim Wallis, author of "God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It." End Cue: "join us next time for more Voices of our World." at 28:00. *Can be broadcast at 14:00 or 28:00 minutes. Format fits well into either time slot.

Timing and Cues

Part 1: OPTIONAL CUTAWAY CUE: ?That?s 1-8-8-8 M-A-R-Y-K-N-O-L-L? at 14:00.

Part 2: End Cue: ?join us next time for more Voices of our World.? at 28:00.

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All musical cuts by Charles Peirce www.worldwentdown.com or cpeirce@worldwentdown.com