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Tuesday, December 10, 2013


12-1 Document A-777
On the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was signed December 10, 1948.  All star cast includes Richard Basehart, Charles Boyer, Lee J. Cobb, Ronald Colman, Joan Crawford, Maurice Evans, Jose’ Ferrer, Reginald Gardner, Van Heflin, Gene Hersholt, Lena Horne, Marsha Hunt, Alexander Knox, Charles Laughton, Sir Laurence Olivier, Vincent Price, Edward G. Robinson, Robert Ryan, Hilda Vaughan, Evelyn Williams, and Robert Young.  Music by Lyn Murray.  Written, produced, and directed by Norman Corwin.  Originally broadcast on Mutual, April `17, 1950. 

1-2 Robert Augustus Masters, PhD “Knowing Your Shadow: Becoming Intimate with All that You Are” 
Session 2 of 6: Becoming Intimate with Your Reactivity and Pain
From Sounds True, 1 (800) 333-9185,  

2-3:30 James Hollis, Ph.D. “Through the Dark Wood: Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life” 
Session 2 of 6: Fantasies of Eden: the Psychodynamics of Relationships
From Sounds True, 1 (800) 333-9185, 

MUSIC SEGUE: Leonard Cohen ‘Take This Waltz’ from “More Best of Leonard Cohen” CD

3:30-4 n  X Minus One “Grey Flannel Armor”  by Finn O’Donovan (actually Robert Sheckley)
Originally broadcast January 9, 1958.

4-6 The Thom Hartmann Program
1. What American conservatives should learn from Maggie Thatcher
- Dr. Nile Gardiner, Margaret Thatcher on Leadership: Lessons for American Conservatives Today 
2. Why conservatives think gay is a choice...
3. Ellen Ratner, Talk Radio News Service  
4 Why the great debate is wrong
- Professor Harvey Kaye