It's a Reporter's Dream

HERE & THERE with Dave Marash features informed conversations with journalists, analysts and witnesses to the news. 50 minutes of timely insights and eyes-on reporting from HERE (New Mexico and the American Southwest) and THERE (everywhere else). It’s a reporters dream and a listener’s feast.

Tune in Monday-Thursday 5:05-6PM Mountain @KSFR FM 101.1 Santa Fe, New Mexico
Listen to podcasts of each show: download or subscribe on iTunes.  Learn something every time.

Upcoming Shows

Lawrence Pintak, What Trump should know about Islam in America
Demetrios Papademetriou, More than 60 million people in migration in the world today…more than ever before.
Shelly Culbertson, The battle for the classroom in the Middle East
Christopher Smart, The fight to end homelessness in Utah

Current Shows

Thursday 1/12 - Xanthe Ackerman - The Fuller Project for International Reporting - Education in post coup Turkey

Thursday 1/12
Xanthe Ackerman
The Fuller Project for International Reporting
Education in post coup Turkey

What’s a mother to do? Her children’s schools have been changed from secular academies preparing students for the modern world to religious imam-hatips, preparing students for the eternal world of Sunni Islam, for the boys, as religious leaders, for the girls, as traditional Muslim wives. Not only have the kids’ schools changed, so have the faculties. Thousands of teachers, from kindergarten to graduate school have been fired by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government after a failed military coup. And it…

Thursday  1/5 -  Lenny Bernstein - Washington Post - A DEA crackdown of opiates derailed by politics

Thursday 1/5
Lenny Bernstein
Washington Post
A DEA crackdown of opiates derailed by politics

An investigative blockbuster from Lenny Bernstein of the Washington Post…how the DEA developed a strategy to slow the spread of opiates across America…crack down on the 3 big distributors who control more than 80% of the market. Then politics, at the Obama Justice Department and from conservative Republicans in Congress intervened, and the distributors were in the clear.

Greatest Hits

June 23, 2015 - Christopher Smart

June 23, 2015
Christopher Smart

10 years ago Utah had some 2000 chronically homeless people. What to do about it? Reporter Christopher Smart of the Salt Lake Tribune says the state’s answer was, “Give them places to live,” with no strings attached, no demands to stay clean. It worked…now the chronically homeless number just 178 and the State says, we can place them, too.

April 21, 2015 - Rivka Galchen

April 21, 2015
Rivka Galchen

Over the past decade, Oklahoma has gone from a couple of earthquakes a year, to a couple a day, and almost all geologists agree on the cause: deeply buried deposit wells for waste waters that come up with oil.  Rivka Galchen documented the case in the New Yorker magazine.

Monday Dec 5 - Gareth Porter - Truthout - Trump's Security Advisor

Monday Dec 5
Gareth Porter
Truthout
Trump's Security Advisor

Lt Gen Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s choice as National Security Adviser is frequently called, “the best intelligence officer of his generation.” His revolution in how intelligence is gathered and processed changed the war against terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan. Gareth Porter of Truthout says Flynn’s methods raised the body count, but many of the killed were not legitimate targets.

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