17 innoncent Uighurs refugees who have been imprisoned at Guantanamo are scheduled for a Habeas hearing in federal court on Tuesday. They are among the first prisoners to have the hearings, since the Supreme Court upheld their right to them in a June decision. The Supreme Court emphasized in it's ruling that the hearings should be "promp", given that most of the prisoners had been held for 6 years without charges.
Reporter Linda Olson-Osterlund spoke with Steve Wax, author of the book Kafka Comes To America, and the Oregon Public Defender. Waxes office has represented 7 Guantanamo prisoners and he spoke with her about theri cases and court delays.
Gender Blender hosts Rebecca Nay and Jacob Anderson-Minshall highlight the music of Joshua Klipp, a trans man (who transitioned from female to male) who made history by recording a song with both his pre and post transition voice. That song, "Little Girl" closed the show. Rebecca and Jacob interviewed Joshua earlier in the week about his career, his appearances on the Tyra Banks show, and his mixed feelings about being openly transgender. Gender Blender is a new show about gender issues. Joshua's music has been featured on Logo's Click List and The L Word
This program is all about the global economy and how to fix it. The Movie Moles discuss Battle in Seattle, and Bill Resnick talks with two activists with The Apollo Alliance about how to put the economy on a green footing. Hear the whole show by clicking on the arrow above, or individual segments by following the links below. And please support the Old Mole and KBOO duriing the Fall Membership Drive by clicking on the Join Now link at the top of this page!
The Apollo Alliance has an affordable plan to restart the economy with plenty of living-wage jobs cleaning up our environment and keeping it clean. Kate Gordon, co-director of the Apollo Alliance, talks with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick.
The ending of the 10/6/08 Ubu Hour show, where the humans have all deserted the studio and the robots have to take over, asking for money (YOU CAN DO IT BY CLICKING "JOIN NOW!") for the radio station because we really need it, and also giving the credits.
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