Monday, September 19, 2011

How could the devastation of Hurricane Katrina have been prevented?

On the next Your Call, we'll have a conversation with Harry Shearer, humorist, actor, radio host, and creator of the new documentary, <em>The Big Uneasy</em>. Shearer interviews New Orleans residents, investigators of Hurricane Katrina--concluding that much of the storm's death and destruction was preventable. What do you want to know that the mainstream media wasn't reporting? Join us live at 10 or send us an email at How could new information keep other cities safe from the same fate? On the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

Harry Shearer is a comic personality, author, director, satirist, musician, journalist, radio host, playwright, multimedia artist, and record label owner. He is the voice to a variety of characters on The Simpsons. He hosts the weekly radio program, Le Show (which airs on KALW Sundays at noon). And he is director of the recent documentary, The Big Uneasy, about Hurricane Katrina.

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