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Andrew Bacevich

Air Dates: May 22, 2010
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Jim Lehrer

Air Dates: May 15, 2010
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Caroline Fraser

Air Dates: May 10, 2010
Caroline Fraser Caroline Fraser, author, "Rewilding the World - Dispatches from the Conservation Revolution." Fraser offers a thorough examination of the global diversity crisis and in this bold passionate manifesto offers hope to the wild world and its creatures. "Rewilding" aims to save species by restoring habitats, reviving wildlife corridors, and helping humans and animals live side-by-side. Watch Episode

Jane Goodall

Air Dates: May 8, 2010
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Natalie Goldberg

Air Dates: April 24, 2010
Natalie Goldberg Natalie Goldberg, author, Writing Down the Bones - Freeing the Writer Within, the best-selling how-to writing book EVER written, with over a million copies sold. In her new book Old Friend from Far Away: The Practice of Writing Memoir Goldberg guides us to the attentive state of thought in which we discover and open forgotten doors of memory. She describes techniques and exercises from her books that can help anyone get started writing! Watch Episode

Andrew Bacevich

Air Dates: April 17, 2010
Andrew Bacevich Jeff Bingaman, New Mexico's senior senator explains highlights of the health insurance reform law and how it affects New Mexicans. He also addresses financial reform, off-shore drilling, and the lack of civility in political discourse. Watch Episode

Ralph Metzner

Air Dates: April 10, 2010
Ralph Metzner Dr. Ralph Metzner, Sixties Cultural Icon & Author of "Maps of Consciousness," "The Expansion of Consciousness," and "The Birth of a Psychedelic Culture" Metzner worked with Dr. Timothy Leary and Dr. Richard Alpert (now Baba Ram Dass) on the Harvard Psilocybin Project in the early 1960s. Dr. Metzner describes that era and being part of the movement of social transformation that produced the Anti-War Movement, the Civil Rights Movement, Womens' Liberation, the Sexual Revolution, the Ecology Movement and the revolution in the arts. Watch Episode

Dave Cargo

Air Dates: March 12, 2010
Dave Cargo Former Governor Dave Cargo, discussing his much anticipated autobiography "Lonesome Dave." Governor Cargo was a maverick long before the term became popular, and this book is rich in New Mexico history and fabulous stories of the "good old days." We learn that those days were not so good after all, because when Cargo was elected governor, the schools in New Mexico were racially segregated and corruption ran rampant in state government. With great humor and insight, Cargo describes his successful efforts to improve life in our state. It was Governor Cargo, along with his friend the author Max Evans, who established the first Film Commission in the country. Governor Cargo continues his legacy by setting up libraries in places like Mora and Anton Chico. He has continued active involvement in politics and his perspective on New Mexico history is to be treasured. Watch Episode

Eve Ensler

Air Dates: March 6, 2010
Eve Ensler Eve Ensler, internationally best-selling author and activist. Her award-winning play "The Vagina Monologues" is described by the New York Times as "probably the most important piece of political theater of the last decade." Ensler is the founder of V-Day, the global movement to end violence against women and girls. In the last decade, V-Day has raised more than $70 million for grassroots groups that work to end violence against women and girls around the world. Ensler discusses her new book empowering girls, I Am an Emotional Creature: The Secret Life of Girls Around the World, and reads the title poem. She offers a template for inspiring the girls in our lives to be the best they can be. Also, Ensler tells about her work for women around the world, especially in Haiti and in the Congo. A moving, sometimes wrenching, interview. From her deep compassion for men, and her belief in empowering women and girls, Eve Ensler provides an inspiration for us all! Watch Episode

Maude Barlow

Air Dates: February 28, 2010
Maude Barlow Maude Barlow, Canadian water activist and author. Her bestselling books are "Blue Gold: The Fight to Stop the Corporate Theft of the World's Water" and "Blue Covenant: The Global Water Crisis and the Coming Battle for the Right to Water." She is the national chairperson of the Council of Canadians, a citizens’’ advocacy organization. She is also the co-founder of the Blue Planet Project, which works internationally for the right to water. Maude chairs the board of Washington-based Food and Water Watch. She was the Senior Advisor on Water to the United Nations. Barlow is called the "Al Gore of Water." In this illuminating interview Barlow explores the many myths we have about water, describes the global water crisis, and argues that access to safe drinking water should be a basic human right. Watch Episode