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Program Information
Making Waves
Weekly Program
Denis Halliday, Kathy Kelly, Tom Jackson
 Tom Jackson  Contact Contributor
Jan. 2, 2005, 12:02 p.m.
December 3, 2004 interviews with Halliday and Kelly about the current state of US-Iraq relations.
Steve Diamond, engineer
Denis Halliday, who led the UN's Iraq Program until he resigned in 1998, stating that the US-led sanctions were "genocidal", discusses the realities of the so-called Oil for Food Program "scandal".

Three time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Kathy Kelly, of Voices in the Wilderness discusses the US occupation of Iraq and suggests things we can do to help bring it to an end.

These December 3, 2004 phone interviews with Tom Jackson (producer of "Greetings From Missile Street") from Joe Public Films (www.joepublicfilms.com) aired December 4, 2004 on "Making Waves", a news program produced for WSCA-LP, Portsmouth, NH community radio.

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