Recorded at the Lensic Theater in Santa Fe, New Mexico on March 1st, 2006.
Chris Hedges, a veteran war correspondent now at _The New York Times_, has survived ambushes in Central America, imprisonment in the Sudan, and a beating by Saudi military police. In this podcast, Chris Hedges joins in conversation with Amy Goodman, host of the daily radio program, Democracy Now!.
You may learn more about this event on the Lannan website.
This is the best essay on the implications of war I have ever heard. Chris Hedges and Lannan should be applauded for this most revealing podcast. Outstanding presentation followed by an illuminated discussion of the present war, all wars.
I wish your RSS feeds would cover shows beyond 2007. Otherwise, I will have buy QuicktimePro to save the clip. I was not able to save Chris Hedges interview with Amy Goodman either, as Democracy Now’s RSS feeds only allow access to archived shows within the last two months. In order to save the show, one has to purchase Quicktime Pro – $30.00. Is there a work-a-round? Thanks, James
@James: Below the Flash player, where it says “Right click here to download” Just right click there and choose “Download linked file” (or whatever your browser lists as a download option.
Once the MP3 is downloaded to your machine you can listen to it in iTunes or the MP3 player of your choice.