Monday, we talk with Karla Kash of Repertory Theater of Iowa about Shakespeare on the Lawn, happening this week. I tackle a bunch of other topics, and encourage people to call in with their own issues and concerns.
Tuesday, we get an update from Robert Nehman on the sand-fracking controversy in northeast Iowa. And we launch A Different Beat on Education with Shari Hrdina and Mary Jean Annexstad of Cowles Montessori School.
Wednesday, Adam Mason with Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement discusses the proposed purchase of Smithfield by China’s largest ag corporation. We also talk with Donna Redwing of One Iowa.
Thursday, Ron Yarnell tells us of the fun he had getting his drivers license renewed. . . then we move on to more global issues. Dan Kelley joins us on the show, too, and we interview Wenonah Hauter of Food and Water Watch.
Monday-Friday, join the conversation live from 12:00-1:00 pm on the Fallon Forum website. Call-in at 244-0077 or toll free (855) 244-0077 and add your voice to the dialogue. Video and audio-only podcasts are available after the program. Also, a rebroadcast of Tuesday’s Fallon Forum can be heard on KHOI 89.1 (Ames) Wednesdays at 5:00, and KPVL 89.1 (Postville) Wednesdays at 7:00 pm. Thanks!