Patrick Cockburn and Jahangir Golestan-Parast on the Scott Horton Show at Antiwar Radio
Cockburn and Jahangir Golestan-Parast will be the featured guests on the Scott
Horton Show at Antiwar Radio, Wednesday, June 11th.
Patrick Cockburn will be discussing a pending
agreement between the United States and Iraq regarding prolonging the U.S.
military presence in Iraqat 12:15PM Eastern.
Golestan-Parast will be discussing his 2006 documentary movie, “Bam 6.6” at 1:15PM Eastern.
Patrick Cockburn has been a Middle East correspondent
since 1979 for the Financial Times,
and presently, for The Independent.
Cockburn has written five books on Iraq including The
Occupation: War and Resistance in Iraq, Two, Out of the Ashes, The
Resurrection of Saddam Hussein, Saddam Hussein: An American Obssession, and Muqtada: Muqtada al-Sadr, the Shia revival and the Struggle for Iraq.
Jahangir Golestan-Parast is an independent filmmaker. An
international financier and a student of film making at UCLA, Jahangir's first
documentary “ Isfahan , A City Known as
Half the World” was based on the city of his birth and released in 1997.
Expanding that effort into a series known as “The Essence of Iran Series”, “ Iran
, a Video Journey” was released in 2000 and captures the life of a typical
modern-day Iranian. Both films have achieved critical acclaim and accolades. He is the producer and director of his latest
documentary movie, “Bam 6.6.”
The Scott Horton Show airs Monday through Friday from
12PM-2PM Eastern on KAOS
92.7FM. Additional feeds and archives available at Antiwar Radio.
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