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WORLD LINK PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE
Here is some of the latest programming from WorldLink TV, which is seeking
to become "the channel that has taken on the mission to create a television
conversation for world peace."
9410 on Dish and 375 on Direct TV
In response to the tragic events in New York and Washington, WorldLink TV
will be airing the following special programming:
ROOTS OF GLOBAL RAGE
(Airing: Thursday, 9/13 @ 10:30 PM ET / 7:30 PT)
A 'teach-in' discussion of Tuesday's tragic events, their causes and
consequences, recorded September 12 at the University of California,
Berkeley. Panel members include Michael Nacht, Dean Of the UC Goldman School
of Public Policy; David Rieff, Author of the "Crimes of War" and
"Slaughterhouse"; Greg Pascal Zachary of the UC Graduate School of
Journalism; Mark Danner, regular contributor to the New York Review of
Books; and Peter Tarnoff, President of the Council of Foreign Affairs. ROOTS
OF GLOBAL RAGE is joint presentation of the UC Graduate School of Journalism
and Worldlink TV. (Program repeats 6, 12 and 18 hours later).
Produced by David Michaelis & Stephen Olsson of WorldLink & Bob Calo of UC
Thursday 9/20 7pm Pacific time
Faces of the Enemy: Reflections of the Hostile Imagination
Sam Keen, noted professor, author and lecturer, hosts this provocative
documentary that confronts timely questions on hatred and war including "Who
are our enemies?," "How do we transform each other into monsters?," and "How
do these images create an atmosphere in which conflict increases?" Vietnam
veteran and author William Broyles, psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton,
mythologist Joseph Campbell, newspaper cartoonists and others discuss the
sociological, psychological and political aspects of war as well as the
strategies we use to dehumanize the enemy. Followed by a live call in
discussion between viewers and Sam Keen and film producer Bill Jersey."
Beginning September 13, 2001, WorldLink TV has provided daily coverage of
United Nations activities, both live and taped, focusing on the UN General
Assembly and Security Council. Later in the month the coverage will include
special reports the Conference on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (Sept
24-26) and other material on UN activities, such as the recent World
Conference on Racism in Durban. The programs are introduced by informative
graphics and presented in a format that is non-partisan and without
Funding for the September reports from the UN is provided by a grant from
the Better World Fund. This is the only in-depth national coverage of UN
activities on American TV. It is the start of WorldLink's planned "Global
C-Span" coverage of international events.
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