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Republican National Convention - Special Program - August 27, 2012
by KPFA-Pacifica
Monday Aug 27th, 2012 10:59 PM
Live coverage from the convention hall and from demonstrations and actions as they unfold outside.
(audio 3:59:30)

Special Program - Republican National Convention - August 27, 2012 at 5:00pm

Anchored by: Davey D, KPFA-Pacifica; Margaret Prescod, KPFK-Pacifica; and Mitch Jeserich, KPFA-Pacifica.

Amongst various guests invited to discuss RNC events and related issues was Dave Id of Indybay live from Tampa (at 18:46 into program).

Also, listen online to WMNF Community Radio for local Tampa broadcasts during the RNC:

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by 56 year listener
Tuesday Aug 28th, 2012 7:46 AM
The good thing about saturation coverage on KPFA of the Democrat-Republican convention (2 weeks of the same thing) is that I do not have to listen to KPFA for 2 weeks and can listen to classical music on a different station as classical music is always better than KPFA except the one classical music program on KPFA, Sundays 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. Usually, I listen to Democracy Now as I walk to work at 9 a.m., at least the headlines as the interviews are usually not worth it, then Flashpoints at 5 p.m. and the Evening News at 6 p.m. On Mondays and Fridays I listen to the Morning Mix at 8 a.m. Monday August 27, 2012 was an EXCELLENT Morning Mix with Steve Zeltzer on the massacre of South Africa's miners, Mumia Abu-Jamal's weekly commentary, and other labor perspectives, all sorely needed everywhere. On Wednesdays at 1 p.m. I listen to Guns & Butter. Yesterday, August 27, Democracy Now, Flashpoints & the Evening News had the convention garbage so I switched to classical music. This writer has been listening to KPFA since early childhood and cannot remember so much garbage on KPFA. Yesterday, August 27, even the SF Chronicle had a good investigative story on the lack of affordable senior housing in San Francisco. We don't even get that on KPFA.