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Thursday

8:10 a.m.: “KVMR Morning News.” Mike Thornton reports from the World Trade Organization meeting in Cancun, Mexico.

Noon: “Public Planet.” Guest host Erik Siljak discusses world attitudes toward the United States in the wake of Sept. 11.



6 p.m.: “Democracy Now!” National newsmagazine examines the aftermath of the World Trade Center attack two years ago today.

Friday




4 a.m.: “Universal Tapestry.” Early morning music with Cheri Snook.

6 a.m.: “BBC World News.”

1 p.m.: “Organic Matters.” With farming activist Amigo Bob Cantesano.

Saturday

7 a.m.: “Harmony Ridge.” Including coverage of anti-WTO demonstrations in Cancun.

10 a.m.: “County Line Bluegrass.” With Eric Rice.

2 p.m.: “Rockin’ and Stompin.'” Roots rock with Wesley Robertson.

4 p.m.: “Street Legal.” The music of Bob Dylan.

Sunday

11 a.m.: “WTO Special Coverage.”

3 p.m.: “Out of Africa.” Music from the continent.

7 p.m.: “Classical Edge.” Special guest is experimental composer Jay Sydeman.

9 p.m.: “New Dimensions.” Topic is “waging peace” after Sept. 11.

10 p.m.: “Men’s Show.” Prostate cancer.

Monday

1 p.m.: “Zen Tech.” Computer and Internet call-in series.

8 p.m.: “Women’s Show.” Joan Buffington hosts “Unreasonable Women.”

Tuesday

1 p.m.: “WTO Wrap-Up.”

2 p.m.: “So Many Roads.” Traditional and contemporary blues, with Richard Tewes.

Wednesday

10 a.m.: “Folk Say.” In-studio performance by singer-songwriter Susan Gibson.

8 p.m.: “On The Road Live.” Folk singer Slaid Cleaves headlines a music concert, broadcast live from Constable Jack’s in Newcastle.


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