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Preview of guests for week of Monday April 25,  2005: 

Click on day & date of airing for more information about guests:

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Monday April 25,

 SARA ROSENBERG

Founder & Creative Director

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RYAN KNOWLES

Cast Member of the Group

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 Millennium Talent Group

www.millenniumtalentgroup.org

info@millenniumtalentgroup.org

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Tuesday April 26,

L. SOMI ROY

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Karen Helmerson (Director of the Electronic Media and Film, NYSCA) and Somi Roy

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 THE MANIPUR FIELD TRIP 

               

                     Rice paddies in Imphal Valley, Manipur.

Filmmaker / Film & Media Curator / Arts Producer

somiroy@gmail.com

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Wednesday April 27,  

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Due to a mishap the program with Dr. DAVID MELLINS was not aired as

originally scheduled on Wednesday April 20. I apologize to the viewers and

Dr. Mellins and am happy to re-air  the program here.

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DAVID MELLINS Ph.D

Adjunct Professor of Sanskrit Poetics 

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Columbia University

drm8@columbia.edu

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Thursday April 28,  

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Due to a mishap the program with DANKO VASOVIC was not aired as

originally scheduled on Thursday April 21.  I apologize to the viewers and

Mr. Vasovic and am happy to re-air  the program here.

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 DANKO  VASOVIC

              

 

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Belgrade Based Journalist /

Writer / Poet and Researcher

 drvasovic@yahoo.com

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Tito Socialist Yugoslavia was declared by Marshall Tito in 1945. The communists wer1979 - Pioneers of Belgrade welcome Josip Titoe able to deal with national aspirations by creating a federation of six nominally equal republics - Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Macedonia. In Serbia the two provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina were given autonomous status. Communist rule restored stability and good relations with the west ensured a steady stream of loans.  Later, however, national and ethnic tensions increased due to unequal development and a growing burden of debt. When Tito died in 1980 many expected the federation to break up but Yugoslavia was to survive for another ten years.

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Friday  April 29,   

ALEXANDRA FULLER

   

    Writer

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 Scribbling the Cat - Travels With An  African Soldier

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