Saturday, November 19, 2005

Who's on The Laura Flanders Show?

Okay gang, I'm going to call out some titles.

Thelma & Louise.

White Palace.

Bull Durhum.

Dead Man Walking.

Atlantic City.

The Witches of Eastwick.

Little Women.

The Client.


Any ideas?

Susan Sarandon starred in all of them and much, much more. In less than an hour

The Laura Flanders Show begins and Susan Sarandon is one of the guests.

C.I. says Sarandon called in before but this will be her first time being a guest on the show.

The Laura Flanders Show is something to look forward to each weekend regardless of whom the guests are but I must admit, I'm excited to listen with Susan Sarandon being a guest on the show. She's a great actress and a strong supporter of human rights who is not afraid to speak her mind and refuses to be bullied or shouted down.

More information can be found via C.I.'s "Susan Sarandon on The Laura Flanders Show along with Ed Rampell:"

Title emphasizes Susan Sarandon with no sleight intended towards Juanita Millender-McDonald or any other guest. But Sarandon is on this afternoon/evening/tonight (depending upon your time zone) and after last week's mistake (mine) of saying Gloria Steinem would be on Saturday's show, I don't want to make the same mistake again. Susan Sarandon will be on The Laura Flanders Show today/night.

TODAY on The Laura Flanders Show
On Air America Radio, 7-10 PM EST
What difference do movies make?
Oscar-winner actress and activist
ED RAMPELL, author of 'Progressive Hollywood.'
California Congresswoman JUANITA MILLENDER-MCDONALD on the latest cruel GOP budget cuts.
And as FEMA abandons
New Orleans evacuees, we talk to people cleaning up homes one block at a time:
Common Ground Collective in NOLA
The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and Rebuild Hope Now campaign.
Plus the price of protest for
GEOVANY SERRANO, an anti-war high schooler in Los Angeles.
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You love Laura, I'm betting you love Susan. It should be a great show. And if all the guests noted above are on tonight's show, the only problem will hearing about so much that you should have heard about (but didn't) from the mainstream media all week, you'll beat yourself up for having wasted time on evening broadcasts of TV news. Pay special attention to Geovany Serrano's story.

And remember you can listen to
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