Jul 30, 2009
In the summer of 1967, U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Bryce Lockwood, Russian linguist, boarded the spy ship U.S.S. Liberty in Rota, Spain and was below decks when the ship was hit by an Israeli torpedo that killed 25 - sailors, marines, and a civilian.
In an account that originally aired on two editions of Tell...
Jul 28, 2009
On June 8, 1967, fighter jets and torpedo boats attacked a defenseless U.S. spy ship off the coast of Egypt. After an assault lasting over an hour, 34 U.S. sailors, marines, and civilians were dead, 174 wounded, and the ship was in danger of sinking with a house-sized torpedo hole in its side. The attackers? The...
Jul 21, 2009
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We talked a lot on Tell Somebody about bad media coverage generally, and specifically on the subject of healthcare reform:
Tom Klammer: Who Sits at the Health-Reform Table?
Recently on Counterspin on KKFI, we heard about a Fairness...
Jul 15, 2009
Alternative Radio director and founder David Barsamian sits down at his home in Boulder, Colorado to talk with Tell Somebody.
In a June article about Barsamian’s keynote appearance at a Canadian media conference, a Canadian news site, www.hour.ca writes that
“Dating back to the 1980s, Alternative Radio, founded by...
Jul 7, 2009
This edition of Tell Somebody has a guest host.
Nilufar Movahedi is the host of two shows on Iranian music, culture and politics on 90.1 FM KKFI - Saba Wind of Love is for English speakers, followed by Sayeh for Persian speakers. Saba and Sayeh can be heard on 90.1, streaming at www.kkfi.org , on Sundays at 3-5 pm...