Tuesday, April 3 at 1pm Central Standard Time. Rebroadcast Thursday, April 5 at  8 am Central Standard Time.

Nicki Lehrer 1-1:30pm

Nicki Lehrer is the Founder and President of Children of Guayaquil. Ms. Lehrer is a senior at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she majors in aerospace engineering. Last year while visiting Ecuador, Nicki was profoundly touched by the number of street children-- with no shoes, no clothing, no food, and no education. As a result of her experience, she started a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of the Ecuadorian street children.

Mubashar Jawed Akbar 1:30-2pm

Join host James Moore for a wide-ranging show today that will feature co-host Stuart Tanner joining in from England.

There will be a brief interview with former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, whose wife Valerie Plame appeared before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform this past week. She was scheduled to appear at the IMU Ballroom In Iowa CIty at 7:30pm on Monday March 26th but has been advised against it on legal grounds. Her husband will replace her as speaker for the event. He held a press junket yesterday. James and a number of other newspeople asked questions.

Valerie Plame & Joe Wilson

At 3pm, Tanner and Moore will interview Ms. Kirsten Gagnaire who is Vice Chair of Social Enterprise Alliance and Principal, Social Enterprise Group. She has a broad background in developing and assessing social enterprise business models in all sectors. 

This week's show, broadcast Tuesday March 20 from 1 - 2pm Central Standard Time and rebroadcast Thursday March 27 from 8 - 9 am Central Standard Time, will feature:

1:00 - 1:30 pm - Ed Sarath. 

BBC Filmmaker Stuart Tanner

BBC Filmmaker Stuart Tanner will discuss global events with Planet Erstwild's James Moore today.

Tanner and Moore will interview Giovanni Ciarlo of the Global Ecovillage Network who is presently at the network's ecovillage in Mexico--Ecoaldea Huehuecoyotl.

This topic was introduced to KRUU listeners on Planet Erstwild by Tanner and Moore on February 16, 2006. The archive is available for streaming or downloading on the website.

This will be Tanner's last in-studio appearance for some time as he will be returning to England on Tuesday. Stuart will continue to offer his insights and commentary from overseas each week and promises to keep us informed as his next documentary film project unfolds.