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PRI's Environmental News Magazine

Air Date: Week of December 31, 2004

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[MUSIC: Kronos Quartet “Dumisani Maraire” PIECES OF AFRICA (Nonesuch – 1992)]

[MUSIC: Various Artists – International “Fever” ARABESQUE (Gut Records – 1999)]

CURWOOD: Our storytelling special was produced by Jennifer Chu, with help from Cynthia Graber and Andy Farnsworth. Special thanks to Michael Marsalik at KUFM, Montana Public Radio. Also thanks to Tristan Clum from KUNM in Albuquerque, New Mexico. If you’d like to comment about today’s show, call our Listener Line at 800-218-9988. That’s 800-218-9988. Or write to 20 Holland Street, Suite 408, Somerville, Massachusetts, 02144.

And if you’d like for more information about any of our storytellers, or about the stories presented here, visit our web page at livingonearth dot org. That’s www.livingonearth.org. CDs, tapes and transcripts are 15 dollars. I’m Steve Curwood. Thanks for listening.

[MUSIC: Various Artists – International “Fever” ARABESQUE (Gut Records – 1999)]

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