Arts Express Radio:Arts Express Radio, 9/17/18 
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Arts Express Radio  Arts Express Radio, 9/17/18   
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Artsmagazine  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
BANNON, SATAN, TOP COP 9/11, FROM JAILER TO JAILED, GRAVE ABOVE THE GRAVE, VAN GOGH, PETERLOO, THE MASQUE OF ANARCHY, BLUEPRINT FOR UTOPIA

** "You know, I look at it this way. I'd like to be judged based on the good things that I've done - and not on the tabloid headlines."

Bernard Kerik On The Hot Seat: The former NYC both Police and Corrections Commissioner fields questions on the show, about what it was like finding himself on the other side of those prison bars instead as a convicted felon himself - for a mysterious unreported, interest free loan from an Israeli billionaire defense contractor investor. Has it changed his perspective in any way about mass incarceration? And what his conviction had to do with still top secret lingering details about the connection to meeting in Israel with the contractor and terrorism expert officials there, less than two weeks before 9/11.

Plus Kerik's latest book and first fictional work based on memories of 9/11 while serving under Mayor Giuliani then, The Grave Above The Grave - and his reaction to assertions of 9/11 as an inside job with Israeli involvement. Along with these thoughts about incareration as detailed in his book, From Jailer To Jailed: "We shouldn't take convicted felons out of the workforce for eternity. We're creating a permanent second class citizen in this country - and it's by the millions."

** "How many characters have I interviewed for my films that have embraced the idea that they might be Satan. I can't think of any except one - Steve Bannon."
~~ Errol Morris, American Dharma

Bro On The World Film Beat: The Venice Film Festival Wrap-Up Report: MeToo, Fascists Of All Stripes, The Mafia Exposed, And Beheading Of A King. Arts Express Paris Correspondent, Sorbonne Professor Dennis Broe explores the festival offerings due to hit both big and small screens here later this year. And having to do with class relations in Mexico, the best non-actor, an identity politics moment, Falstaff, Trump, and 'the tracing of paths of resistance of the black community - an expression of the will of the community to survive.'

Along with 'the surprise appearance of Steve Bannon at the screening of Errol Morris' fantasmagoric depiction of the evil that is Bannon, in American Dharma. Bannon, on a tour of right wing parties in Europe, was not invited - he seemed to have slipped in and slipped out.'

Book Corner: Methods Vs. Visions. A Continuing Conversation With South End Press Co-Founder, Activist and Author, Mike Albert.

** "I have my moments of doubt, I have my moments of depression of course, but I am optimistic - if we don't try to attain a better world we won't, period."

Jack Shalom discusses and debates with Albert the issues and ramifications in his new book of futuristic radical fiction, RPS 2044: An Oral History Of The Next American Revolution. Referencing class divisions within the workingclass; Bill Gates, Noam Chomsky; strikes, occupations, boycotts, consciousness raising, armed struggle dealing with the power of the state - and drawing up a blueprint for an imagined future with no clear destination. 
 
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  Host, Prairie Miller 
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