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The Michael Slate Show
Disaster, Pending Disaster and the Art of Deliverance: From Spilled Oil in Santa Barbara to a Seed Bank Under Norwegian Ice to the Art of Oscar Brown Jr.
Scott Smith (Chief Scientist at Water Defense); Sandy McLeod (Film Director/Producer); Oscar Brown Jr. (Singer/Songwriter, Poet, TV Director/Producer, Writer, Political Hell Raiser)
 Michael Slate  Contact Contributor
June 2, 2015, 10:36 p.m.
Scott Smith about two environmental crises. The Santa Barbara Oil Spill, which began around May 19, has leaked at least 100,000 gallons of oil along the coast. And the use of oilfield waste water to irrigate farm crops. Sandy McLeod about the film Seeds of Time. Oscar Brown Jr., extraordinary artist, jazz vocalist, songwriter, playwright, poet and actor.
Michael Slate - Host and Producer
Henry Carson - Assistant Producer
Jeff Pryor - Production Assistant
Federico Garcia - Engineer
Broadcast ready with 30 second musical break at 23:50 and 40:13 and can accommodate local id if needed. If you use the show or simply check it out, write to us at with your comments, criticisms, suggestions and questions.

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