Some archive (>10 years old) programs are not reachable through the search engine. They can be found at Your support is essential if the service is to continue, there are bandwidth bills to pay every month and failing disk drives to replace. Volunteers do the work, but disk drives and bandwidth are not free. Click on this bar to contribute, even a dollar helps.
Program Information
 pdx kboo News Public Affairs and specials 
 broadcast signal quality uneven during the day
 For non-profit use only.
AUDIO SUMMARY of todays lineup Version 1 File 2
AUG 2006 KBOO Week At A Week At A Glance
A-Infos Radio Project, through, offers the ONLY PODCAST AVAILABLE ANYWHERE (including KBOO official website) of programs produced by kboo community radio portland oregon
... also provides the most complete and current archive available to the public of kboo broadcasts
PLEASE SUPPORT this service: drop some change today on through thier website--via SECURE PayPal donation button at top right of each page at

0810 'Get This' news
author: sui generis Summary of the KBOO am news for Thursday, August 10th, 2006.

1. Look Out, Martha Stewart: The Brits announced today that they have nabbed 21 people who they claim were plotting to bring the "fixins" on board commercial planes and concoct bombs. So no more liquids of any kind on planes - in fact, no more carry-ons period. Michael Chertoff wishes you, 'Bon Voyage!'
2. Today in Seattle Veterans for Peace holds its annual convention. Cindy Sheehan will be there. It's on the U of W campus.
3. Hey, Sailor!: A Naval non-commissioned officer went to Iraq, came home, refused to go back, deserted and now the Navy is being held on espionage charges. The Navy says thee guy had given sensitive material to the Russians (Whoever writes these scenarios is no John LeCarre.). Beats having another mi8litary person hit the headlines with his/her disgust with the war.
4. Oregon has finally got its food stamp act together.
5. Oregon students are doing well as long as they stay in Elementary School. After that, it's a crap shoot. Because the tests are harder in Middle School (Well duh-uh). Is it the parents? Is it the teachers? Is it the school? Or maybe it's students who share society's contempt for learning, students who feel entitled to good grades even if they never bother to learn to enjoy learning...
6. Researchers went out yet again to check on Oregon's ocean Dead Zone and sure enough, it's still there and even worse than it was thought to be. Happily, people can't see it because all the animals that couldn't flee the deadly water are lying dead on the bottom.
7. This year's heat wave is the worst yet.
8. Bush wants to change the War Crimes Act in order to protect US political appointees, CIA officers and former military personnel from prosecution. (So it's back to the beheadings, I guess... )
9. FEMA has awarded future contracts for disaster relief projects to four of the same companies that did such a spectacular job last year. Coincidentally, the CEO's of the four are friends and associates of the Bush Family.
10. Q.E.D. Department: Katrina victims are still waiting for the housing they were promised.
11. Joseph Lieberman stamped his pretty little foot and pouted yesterday after losing to Ned 'No War' Lamont. Lieberman then announced he will run as an Independent in the November election. He has sacked his entire campaign staff (Just so they know how he feels?)
12. A former CIA contractor on trial for beating an Afghan detainee had enthusiastically volunteered to interrogate the man he tortured. David Passaro asked his commanding officer if he could take over the questioning when his victim had nothing to tell the first interrogator.
13. Three Egyptian students have been arrested for... uh... well let's see..they're students... they just got to America... someone on the plane told them about Bozeman, Montana... .. They arrived in the US with 14 others for an English and American history in Bozeman, Montana. (Bad timing guys! On the other hand, perhaps it's good that you weren't at the school when the news from Heathrow bludgeoned the airwaves this morning))
14. US authorities have charged three former bosses at Comverse with fraud over the alleged manipulation of stock options. What these high-rollers have been up to for lo these past few years, is backdate stock options to boost their value.
15. Twenty-one penguins were rescued on an East Texas highway after a truck rolled over. They're okay (Except for three who were hit by motorists... that's quite a trophy for someone's road kill scrapbook... ), so don't worry. The octopus was alright as well.
16. The 9/11 panel downplayed the role that America's unquestioning support of Israel played in the "attacks". (The whole concept reverberates with irony... )
17. The Baghdad morgue reports that the death toll is getting worse by the day - mostly violent deaths.
18. In Israel, the commander of the offensive against Lebanon was sacked in favor of another General who was more aggressive.
19. And just in time, too! Israel is expanding the offensive.
20. Wal-Mart is in a bit of a bind in China. The store wants to met with China's state-sanctioned labor group - no media allowed - because employees spontaneously formed their own unions at five stores in a campaign to unionize all of its 60 Chinese outlets (It's good to know that Wal-Mart has stores in China: It means that in America's post-economy economy, people will be able to get jobs making cheap goods to export to Chinese Wal-Mart stores... .)
21. Until that Glorious Day, China is auctioning off licenses for hunting endangered species (Such as Tibetans? Just asking... )
22. And speaking of Tibetan, in Kathmandu, community radio has roared to life.
23. Mexico has started the thoroughly unacceptable, partial recount of the disputed votes.
24. In South Africa, thousands of women marked the 50th anniversary of an historic anti-apartheid march by re-enacting it. The original march was staged to protest against 'pass laws', which separated families and restricted the movement of black people.
25. Federal investigators decided that the FBI was justified in gunning down Puerto Rican militant, Filiberto Ojeda Rios. Their report contradicted claims by Ojeda's widow that the FBI opened fire first during a raid.

sui generis

 locally produced NEWS and PUBLIC AFFAIRS 7-11am and 5-7pm Download Program Podcast
11am-noon DEMOCRACY NOW!
06:44:26 English 2006-08-10
 portland oregon
  View Script
7am 'Get This' amNEWS : Chris Andreae  00:28:50  Variable Bitrate ogg
(7.09MB) Mono
31 Download File...
7:29am lineup SUMMARY Calendar Announcements  00:07:29  Variable Bitrate ogg
(1.82MB) Mono
30 Download File...
7:37am VOICES FROM THE EDGE talk radio Dave Mazza  01:25:36  Variable Bitrate mp3
(21.17MB) Mono
24 Download File...
9am PRESS WATCH Teresa Mitchell and phone ins  00:26:32  Variable Bitrate ogg
(6.54MB) Mono
20 Download File...
9:30am HELEN CALDICOTT weith Mariane Barisonik  00:32:59  Variable Bitrate ogg
(8MB) Mono
23 Download File...
10am XICANISMO Carlos Chavez re Chicano experience  00:26:28  Variable Bitrate ogg
(6.44MB) Mono
20 Download File...
10:30am ART FOCUS Julie Bernard and local artists  00:31:33  Variable Bitrate ogg
(7.72MB) Mono
23 Download File...
11am DEMOCRACY NOW  00:59:04  24Kbps mp3
(10.14MB) Mono
233 Download File...
6pm NEWS HOURR own reporters FSRN Jim Hightower  01:01:12  24Kbps mp3
(10.51MB) Mono
245 Download File...
10  6pm (partial) VOICES OF THE MIDDLE EAST  00:44:43  128Kbps mp3
(7.68MB) Mono
220 Download File...
 RadioDay crosscultural programming Download Program Podcast
multi language music spoken art issues audio environments
06:13:36 English 2006-08-10
 portland oregon
  View Script
5:30am dawn folk RISE WHEN THE ROOSTER CROWS  01:29:50  Variable Bitrate ogg
(26.68MB) Mono
24 Download File...
noon DHARMA WHEEL Robyn Shanti  01:25:46  48Kbps mp3
(29.45MB) Stereo
222 Download File...
1:30pm AmerINDIAN WORLD native culture John Tallley  01:30:03  48Kbps mp3
(30.92MB) Stereo
228 Download File...
3pm AFRICA O-YE! with Firefly  01:47:57  48Kbps mp3
(37.06MB) Stereo
227 Download File...