News/Talk Highlights for Monday, June 14 presents:

News/Talk Highlights for Monday, June 14

Just the highlights…
(…because the entire schedule  is now posted at the top of the page)
The Rainbow Minute
(Locally produced for WRIR)
Who Said That?
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Living on Earth
Worker safety in the gulf -AND-
BP’s image and liability issues
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Hidden Histories
(Locally produced for WRIR)
 If you think the BP disasster is bad
you should hear what Chevron/
Texaco is doing in the Amazon.
Defenders Live with Ana Edwards
(Locally produced for WRIR)
Homespun CSPAN
(Locally produced for WRIR)
Mental Health Matters
(Locally produced for WRIR)

How Men and Women communicate
Talk of the Nation
The BP disaster's affect on the entire
oil industry.
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Thank you for clicking "read more>>"  Here are the extra details…
The Rainbow Minute (8:59, 12:29, 4:29)
Who Said That? – Christine Jorgensen- (read by Dustin Richardson)
Living on Earth (9:00)
– Worker safety in the gulf
– Scientists stymied by lack of oil samples from BP
– NOLA residents take to the streets
– Senate keeps EPA clean air authority
– A chat with President Obama’s science advisor
– BP’s image problem
– A lesser liability load for BP?
– A playground and refuge for urban children
Hidden Histories (9:01)
Due to its activities in the Amazon jungles, Chevron/Texaco is facing the largest environmental damages lawsuit in the world with damages estimated between $16.3 billion and $27 billion.  For more on this topic click on:
Defenders Live (12:00)
Homespun CSPAN (12:30)
Mental Health Matters (1:00)
Archived from May 17 — How and why men and women communicate differently.
Talk of the Nation (2:00)
– How does the BP oil disaster change things for the entire oil industry?
– From the Opinion Page:  a correspondents view of the BP oil disaster
– A talk with the author of "Click, The Magic of Instant Connections" on how people connect
– Singer/songwriter Tift Merritt
Dennis J


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    June 14th, 2010

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