ABQ Journal investigative reporter Mike Gallagher on attempt to reduce the inmate population at the Bernalillo County, NM, Jail.
Retired US Army General Mark Hartling, on training a better Iraqi Army.
Reuters Senior Correspondent James Pomfret on pro-democracy, anti-Beijing demonstrations in Hong Kong, and what it’s like to get a snoot-full of tear gas.
Amb. John Herbst, who represented the US in Kiev during the 2004 Orange Revolution on today’s on-going Ukraine crisis and what the US might do to mitigate it.
Al Jazeera English’s Sao Paulo-based correspondent Gabriel Elizondo on Brazil’s controversial presidential election
Photoi-journalist Damaso Reyes on his donation of a kidney to his good friend and sometime journalist-partner Jimmie Briggs. So far so good for them…a fascinating personal and medical story for us.
Santa Fe New Mexican political reporters Steve Terrell and Patrick Malone on NM”s 2014 elections.
Egyptian journalist Mohannad Sabry, on how top management at Al Jazeera English recklessly endangered Cairo-based journalists has shaken the world of global media news, and left 3 AJE journalists in Egyptian prisons.
The long-time sports columnist of the NY Times, George Vecsey on the World Series, the World Cup, and the world of sports today.
KRQE TV News investigative producer Jeff Proctor on the killing of the homeless and mentally ill James Boyd, and how the case and the investigation of it resulted in Federal oversight of the Albuquerque Police Department.
Silver City Press reporter Ben Fisher on the end, after 72 years, of an iconic mineworkers union, whose founding was chronicled in an iconic Progressive movie of the 1950s, Salt of the Earth.
Today on HERE AND THERE — Lenny De Paul, a retired commander for the US Marshal’s Service…on hunting down “bad guys” in New Mexico and elsewhere.