ON AIR
00:00:00 | 3:02:50

DONATE!

close

FROM THIS EPISODE

The special 2 hour edition of "Which Way, L.A.?" continues on day two of the Democratic National Convention. Join host Warren Olney and a variety of guests as they discuss the Convention, Shadow Convention, and the protest scene outside. Plus Louis Fantasia, Sandra Tsing Loh, and "Left, Right & Center".
  • Eric Roy reports from the streets of LA. (Listen)
  • Carol Sobel, delegate Ed Fouglia, and Zev Yaralzowsky talk from different points of view about the events last night at Staples. (Listen)
  • Jim Newton, city hall reporter for the LA Times talks about the city hall perspective on last night's protests, police and civil rights (Listen)
  • Fred Harris and Larry George share their points of view on Clinton, Gore and the convention. (Listen)
  • Mikey Kantor talks with Warren Olney about the end of the Clinton Presidency(Listen)
  • Warren talks with Terry McAuliffe, chairman of the Democratic National Convention. (Listen)
  • Joe Cerrel and author Richard Reeves talk about the history of the 1960 DNC. (Listen)
  • Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson and Rob Houseman from the White House Drug Office debate drug policy over the past eight years. (Listen)
  • Louis Fantasia gives his thoughts on the spectacle of the first evening. (Listen)
  • Sandra Tsing Loh goes through the transitions from Shadow to Staples to Sidewalk. (Listen)
  • -Left, Right and Center- hosts Matt Miller, Robert Scheer and Arianna Huffington banter over past days events. (Listen)

CREDITS

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Frances Anderton

Subscribe to the 5 Things To Do newsletter

Never miss the best of what to do with your free time.

 

More From Which Way, L.A.?

LATEST BLOG POSTS

Upcoming

View Schedule

New Episodes

Events

View All Events

iTUNES SPOTIFY
AMAZON RDIO
FACEBOOK TWITTER

Player Embed Code

COPY EMBED