Citywide Radio's
2011 Broadcast Schedule for
Progressive Radio
4:30-5:00 pm Fridays
in which Progressive Magazine editor Matt Rothschild
interviews leading activists, scholars, and artists
who are helping make the world a better place

Progressive Radio
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1/7/11 Andrei Codrescu, NPR commentator and author of "The Poetry Lesson" (repeat) 12/27/10
1/14/11 Ofelia Rivas, an elder and an activist of the Tohono O'odham, the tribe on the border of Arizona and Mexico. 1/10/11
1/21/11 Richard Immerman, author of "Empire for Liberty: A History of American Imperialism from Benjamin Franklin to Paul Wolfowitz." 1/17/11
1/28/11 Wendell Potter, the whistleblower from the health insurance industry, author of the new book "Deadly Spin." 1/24/11
2/4/11, 2/11/11 David Harvey, the author of "The Enigma of Capital and the Crises of Capitalism." 1/31/11
2/18/11 Israeli refusenik Gal Lugassi, a member of Anarchists Against the Wall. 2/14/11
2/25/11 Doug Henwood of Left Business Observer and Liza Featherstone, author of "Selling Women Short." 2/21/11
3/4/11 Wilma Subra, a leading environmentalist and critic of BP. 2/28/11
3/11/11 Sharif Abdel Kouddous, a senior producer for Democracy Now! 3/7/11
3/18/11 Dave Zirin, progressive sports writer, has a new film out, "Not Just a Game: Power, Politics & American Sports" 3/14/11
3/25/11 Tanya Lokshina, Russia Researcher for Human Rights Watch 3/21/11
4/1/11 Jay Walljasper, editor of the book "All that We Share: A Field Guide to the Commons" 3/28/11
4/8/11 Jane Slaughter of Labor Notes 4/4/11
4/15/11, 4/22/11 Singer/songwriter/activist Michelle Shocked 4/11/11
4/29/11 Poet M. L. Liebler, editor of a recent anthology of working-class writings entitled "Working Words" 4/25/11
5/6/11 Susan Eisenberg, author of "We'll Call You If We Need You: Experiences of Women Working Construction" 5/2/11
5/13/11 Youth Speaks' Josh Healey, the author of a poetry collection called "Hammertime" 5/9/11
5/20/11 Natalie Goldberg, the author of "Writing Down the Bones". 5/16/11
5/27/11 Vivek Chibber, one of the co-editors of the Socialist Register and an associate professor of sociology at NYU. 5/23/11
6/3/11 Tracy Baim, author of "Obama and the Gays". 5/30/11
6/17/11 Colombian journalist and human-rights activist Hollman Morris. 6/13/11
6/24/11 Joanne Boyer, author of "The Wisdom of Progressive Voices". 6/20/11
7/1/11 Frank Lopez, director of the environmental film "End: Civ". 6/27/11
7/8/11 Amitabh Pal, Managing Editor of The Progressive and author of "Islam Means Peace". 7/4/11
7/15/11 Ian Murphy, the Koch impersonator and editor of the Buffalo Beast. 7/11/11
7/22/11 Louise Knight, author of "Jane Addams: Spirit in Action". 7/18/11
7/29/11 Linda Stout, author of "Collective Visioning: How Groups Can Work Together for a Just and Sustainable Future". 6/6/11
8/5/11 Mandy Van Deven, co-author of "Hey, Shorty: A Guide to Combating Sexual Harassment and Violence in Schools and on the Streets". 8/1/11
8/12/11 Poet MartÍn Espada, author of "The Trouble Ball". 8/8/11
8/19/11 Tad Daley, the author of "Apocalypse Never: Forging the Path to a Nuclear Weapon-Free World". 8/15/11
8/26/11 John Nichols, author of "The 'S' Word: A Short History of an American Tradition...Socialism". 8/22/11
9/2/11 Timothy Messer-Kruse, author of "The Trial of the Haymarket Anarchists: Terrorism and Justice in the Gilded Age". 8/29/11
9/9/11 Jodie Evans, co-founder of CodePink. 9/5/11
9/16/11 Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst turned peace activist. 9/12/11
9/23/11, 9/30/11 Tom Hayden, discussing activism from the 1960s to Wisconsin. 9/19/11
10/7/11 Cheri Honkala, who founded the Kensington Welfare Rights Union and is now running for sheriff of Philadelphia as a Green. 10/3/11
10/14/11 Susan Saladoff, producer and director of a documentary debunking "tort reform" called "Hot Coffee." 10/10/11
10/21/11 Mara Hvistendahl, author of "Unnatural Selection: Choosing Boys over Girls, and the Consequences of a World Full of Men." 10/17/11
10/28/11 James Carroll, the award-winning columnist for the Boston Globe. 10/24/11
11/4/11 Sarah Bishop, the U.S. coordinator of the U.S.-El Salvador Sister Cities Network, and Agustin Menjibar of the Association for the Development of El Salvador. 10/31/11
11/11/11 Jacob Hacker, co-author of "Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer and Turned Its Back on the Middle Class." 11/7/11
11/18/11 Sonia Nazario, author of "Enrique's Journey." 11/14/11
11/25/11 David Greider, the National Affairs Correspondent for "The Nation" magazine. 11/21/11
12/2/11 Luis Rodriguez, author of "It Calls You Back: An Odyssey Through Love, Addiction, Revolutions, and Healing." 11/28/11
12/9/11 Alejandra Juarez, activist with the Alliance for a Just Immigration Policy and with the Emergency Labor Network. 12/5/11
12/16/11 Dalia Landau, an Israeli activist for reconciliation with Palestinians whose story is recounted in "The Lemon Tree." 12/12/11
12/23/11 Investigative reporter Greg Palast, author of "Vultures' Picnic." 12/19/11
12/30/11 David Wilkins, American Indian Studies lecturer at the University of Minnesota. 12/26/11

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