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July 8th, 2013: - Listen | Download

Remembering Ruairí Ó Brádaigh, Victory in Rwandan Case

Featured Guest(s):
Des Dalton, Philippe LaRochelle

Des Dalton outlines the principled career of Irish revolutionary Ruairí Ó Brádaigh.
Philippe LaRochelle, lead counsel for Jacques Mungwarere, explains the significance of defense victory in Rwandan genocide case.




November 22nd, 2010: - Listen | Download

Paul Rusesabagina, hero of Hotel Rwanda, resists Kagame threats. Des Dalton, Republican Sinn Fein spokesman, opposing the IMF.

Featured Guest(s):
Paul Rusesabagina, Des Dalton




February 2nd, 2009: - Listen | Download

We speak with Des Dalton, vice-president of Republican Sein Fein

Featured Guest(s):
Des Dalton




March 5th, 2007: - Listen | Download

Featured Guest(s):
Dave Zirin, Des Dalton, David Hoile

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November 14th, 2005: - Listen | Download

Featured Guest(s):
Des Dalton, Kevin Skarett

The guests for this week's show were: Des Dalton, Vice-President of Rupublican Sinn Fein and Kevin Skarett, a leader of the Canadian-Haitian Action Network.




August 15th, 2005: - Listen | Download

Featured Guest(s):
Des Dalton, Tamara Rosenleaf

Phil interviews Des Dalton, Vice-President of Republican Sinn Fein, regarding the recent IRA declaration that it was "dumping" arms, the struggle for a united Ireland, and the use of Ireland's Shannon airport by the U.S. military.

Phil's second guest was Tamara Rosenleaf, wife of a U.S. soldier who is soon to be shipped for duty in Iraq. Tamara spoke from the ongoing demonstration outside the Bush ranch in Crawford, Texas where she has joined Cindy Sheehan, who is demanding the President tell her why her son had to die in a phoney "noble cause".

The program also features a song, Mother's Son, by singer-songwriter, labour militant and anti-war militant, Mike Hersh.




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