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Shows featuring James Latham

  • Radio for Peace International Under Siege in Costa Rica Lock
    The only shortwave radio station dedicated to peace and social justice in the Western Hemisphere is under siege by the U.N.-mandated University for Peace, where it is housed. In July, the university served an eviction notice to the radio station staff, who refused to leave. We go to Costa Rica to speak with the station’s CEO from inside the locked studios. [includes rush transcript]
    November 04, 2003 | Story