Skip to comments.Podcast of 12.20.05 Christopher Hitchens' Iraq debate with Scott Ritter
Posted on 01/08/2006 2:31:02 AM PST by F14 Pilot
Yes, even The Music Hall is planning regular podcasts, to highlight upcoming shows with samples and little interviews, etc, about 5-10 minutes each.
We also intend to publish special podcasts featuring debates, interviews and shows recorded at events. Enjoy!
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Our first podcast is the Iraq debate, presented by popdebate.com, held at The Music Hall on December 20, 2005. Moderated by Jay Diamond (replacing Laura Flanders last-minute) it featured former UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter and Vanity Fair columnist Christopher Hitchens. Sound Engineer for the event was Tim Brady of Edit Audio.
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The fact that we have a Brit explaining the War on Terror to us, is a sorry commentary on the state of our republic.
__Hitchens recently became an American citizen.
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