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Gary L. Wells
Professor of Psychology at Iowa State University and an expert in eyewitness identification
John Wells
Producer of TV shows like Southland, ER and The West Wing, he's currently producing Southland for TNT and Shameless for Showtime; President of the Writers Guild of America , he testified before Congress against the proposed merger of NBC/Universal and Comcast
Walker Wells
Head of the Green Buildings Cities and Schools Program for Global Green USA , a national environmental organization headquartered in Santa Monica, California
Ben Welsh
Reporter for the Los Angeles Times
Nick Welsh
Reporter for the Santa Barbara Independent
Patrick Welsh
English teacher at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia and a contributor to USA Today and the Washington Post
John Welter
Anaheim Police Chief
Erik Wemple
Media columnist for the Washington Post
Evelyn Wendel
Founding Director of WeTap, a non-profit dedicated to improving awareness, access and use of public drinking fountains
Kate Wendleton
President of the Five O’Clock Club, a national career-counseling organization
Eileen Wenger Tutt
Deputy Secretary for Climate Change programs at the California Environmental Protection Agency
John Wennberg
Founder and Director Emeritus of the Dartmouth Institute and its Dartmouth Atlas , a fifteen year series of studies into variations in healthcare costs and treatments across the US
Marissa Wenzke
UC Santa Barbara student, Class of 2014, and editor-in-chief of the student newspaper The Daily Nexus
Roy Wenzl
Reporter for the Wichita Eagle
Mike Werb
Screenwriter , half of the long-time writing team known as "The Mikes"
Kevin Werbach
Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School; former Counsel for New Technology Policy at the Federal Communications Commission (1994-1998)
Julia Werdigier
Reporter for the New York Times
Daudi Were
Blogger at Mentalacrobatics, founder of KenyaUnlimited.com and the Kenyan Blogs Webring
Roger Werholtz
Secretary of the Kansas Department of Corrections
Marco Werman
Host of Public Radio International's The World
Llewellyn Werner
Chairman of C3, a Los Angeles, Californa-based holding company for private equity firms; private businessman investing in Iraq
Wendy Werris
Author of An Alphabetical Life , which chronicles her long experience as a sales representative for more than 100 publishers, from independent presses to major houses
Margaret Wertheim
director of the Institute for Figuring
David Wertheimer
CEO and executive director of the Entertainment Technology Center at the University of Southern Califoria, a nonprofit consortium that brings top entertainment and technology companies together with next-generation consumers; former high-tech professional, recruited to be the first president of Paramount Digital Entertainment, he started WireBreak Entertainment , one of the first digital content-delivery studio/networks
Fred Wertheimer
Founder and President of Democracy 21, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that works to promote campaign finance reform and other political reforms; former president of Common Cause (1981-1995)
Linda Wertheimer
As NPR's senior national correspondent, Linda Wertheimer travels the country and the globe for NPR News, bringing her unique insights and wealth of experience to bear on the day's top news stories. Before taking the senior national correspondent post, Wertheimer spent 13 years as a host of NPR's flagship news magazine, All Things Considered.
Brian Wesbury
Chief Economist at First Trust Advisors, in Lisle, Illinois, and a regular economic forecaster on TV and in print
Lawrence Weschler
Author and Director of the New York Institute for the Humanities at New York University
David Wesley
Assistant Presiding Judge of Los Angeles Superior Court and a member of the Judicial Council , which sets policy for California trial courts, appeals courts and state supreme court
Eric Wesoff
Editor-in-Chief of Greentech Media
David Wessel
Economics Editor at the Wall Street Journal, he writes its Capital column; author of Red Ink : Inside the High-Stakes Politics of the Federal Budget
Mike Wessells
Professor of Psychology at Randolph-Macon College and Senior Advisor on Child Protection for the Christian Children's Fund ; Author of of Child Soldiers : From Violence to Protection
Herb Wesson
Former State Assemblyman; Los Angeles City Councilman representing the 10th District
West Indian Girl
LA-based collective West Indian Girl performs songs from its shiny new release, 4th & Wall, on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Darrell West
Vice President and Director of the Center for Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, and founding director of its Center for Technology Innovation
Diana West
Syndicated columnist and contributor to CNN, and author of The Death of the Grownup (How America’s Arrested Development Is Bringing Down Western Civilization)
John West
Partner at the law firm of Allred, Maroko & Goldberg, specializing in representing employees who have disputes with their employers, in both litigation and in the negotiation of claims. He frequently lectures to professional groups and has had many articles published.  A number of his cases have resulted in published opinions in state and federal appellate courts.  
Johnny West
Journalist who has reported from the Middle East for many years, including for Reuters, and advisor to the United Nations Development Program on public policy aspects of the oil industry in the Middle East; author of Karama! Journeys in the Arab Spring, based on interviews with citizens of several Middle Eastern countries
Sonja West
Associate Professor of Law at the University of Georgia Law School; former clerk for Justice John Paul Stevens
Jody Westby
CEO of Global Cyber Risk, a private security consultancy in Washington, DC, and chair of the American Bar Association's Privacy and Computer Crime Committee
Drew Westen
Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at Emory University and author of The Political Brain : The Role of Emotion in Deciding the Fate of the Nation
Tracy Westen
Vice Chairman and CEO of the Center for Governmental Studies, a nonprofit research organization that looks at ethics and campaign financing; Adjunct Professor of Communications at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California
Tim Westergren
Brett Westfall
Designer and co-owner of the Comme des Garçons guerilla store , located in downtown Los Angeles
Jennifer Westfeldt
Actress, screenwriter and director
Peter Westwick
Assistant Research Professor in History at the University of Southern California and director of the Aerospace History Project at the Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West ; co-author of The World in the Curl : An Unconventional History of Surfing
John Wetzel
Secretary of Pennsylvania’s State Department of Corrections
Celia Wexler
Vice President for Advocacy at Common Cause , a nonprofit, nonpartisan government-watchdog group
Chuck Wexler
Executive Director of the Police Executive Research Forum , a national membership organization of progressive police executives
Gary Wexler
Owner of Designer Specialty Linens, a small rental company in San Pedro, who says he plans to move his business out of Los Angeles
Haskell Wexler
Oscar-winning cinematographer, film producer, and director
Micah Wexler
Chef and co-owner of Wexler's Deli in Grand Central Market in Los Angeles, CA
Robert Wexler
Democratic Congressman representing Florida's 19th District, in the southeastern part of the state, covering parts of Palm Beach and Broward Counties; co-chair of Barack Obama's presidential campaign
Trish Wexler
Spokesperson with the Electronic Payments Coalition , an advocacy organization representing banks, credit unions and payment networks
Peter Weyand
Associate Professor of Applied Physiology and Biomechanics at Southern Methodist University
Bill Whalen
Research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, a conservative think-tank, and blogger at Politi-Cal ; chief speechwriter for then- Governor Pete Wilson
Lauren Whaley
David Wharton
Sports reporter for the Los Angeles Times
What Made Milwaukee Famous
Austin, based pop-rock quartet, What Made Milwaukee Famous, perform on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Billy Wheeler
Writes about dog shows on his blog, Dog Show Poop
Bonnie Wheeler
Associate Professor and Director of Medieval Studies at Southern Methodist University, and Director of the International Joan of Arc Society ; editor of Fresh Verdicts of Joan of Arc and co-author of Joan of Arc and Spirituality
Justin Wheeler
Vice President of Liberty in North Korea, a Torrance-based nonprofit which helps refugees fleeing that country
Matthew Wheeler
Political and management consultant in Sacramento whose clients include trade organizations; a self-described Gen Xer and Republican; instructor of public policy at the University of Phoenix
Russell Wheeler
Visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution; former Deputy Director of the Federal Judicial Center , the research and education agency for the Federal Courts
Winslow Wheeler
Director of the Straus Military Reform Project at the Center for Defense Information , a non-profit security-related research group; former National Security advisor to both Republican and Democratic members of the US Senate (1971-2002); author of Wastrels of Defense : How Congress Sabotages US Security, Military Reform : A Reference Handbook and Americas Defense Meltdown : Pentagon Reform for President Obama and the New Congress; editor of The Pentagon Labyrinth : 10 Short Essays to Help You Through It
Ed Whelan
Lawyer and President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, a conservative think-tank in Washington, DC; former law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia , he worked in the Office of Legal Counsel in the first George W. Bush Administration
Patrick Whelan
Doctor and member of the Pediatrics Faculties at Harvard Medical School in Boston and the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles; President of Catholic Democrats
The Whip
Manchester’s The Whip get things crackin’ on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Mark Whitaker
Author of the Bill Cosby biography Cosby: His Life and Times
Rudy Whitcomb
Member of the Los Angeles Area Helicopter Noise Coalition in Torrance
White Denim
Four-piece rock band from Austin, Texas
White Lies
English post-punk band
White Rabbits
American indie rock band
The White Stripes
Rockin-duo, White Stripes, perform new songs on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. Click Here to Watch!
Andrew White
Director of the Center for New York City Affairs at the New School
Aoife White
Reporter for Bloomberg News
Ben White
Junior the University of Wisconsin at Madison , majoring in political science and sociology, and author of an op-ed article in the campus' Badger Herald on the lack of campus action on the way in Iraq
Ben White
Economics reporter for Politico.com
Chapin White
Senior health researcher at the nonpartisan, nonprofit Center for Studying Health System Change
Curtis White
American essayist and author
Dave White
Film critic for Movies.com and co-host of movie podcast Linoleum Knife
Edmund White
Novelist and short-story writer
Garrett White
Literary editor, agent and translator
Greg White
Moscow Bureau Chief for the Wall Street Journal
Herbert White
Editor of the Charlotte Post , a weekly newspaper serving the black community
Jeremy White
Politics reporter for the Sacramento Bee
Joe White
Senior editor at the Wall Street Journal, he writes the Eyes on the Road column
John White
Executive Director of the Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology in Sacramento, California
Joseph B. White
Senior editor in the Wall Street Journal 's Washington Bureau, he writes its Eyes on the Road column
Josh White
Military affairs reporter for the Washington Post
Lawrence White
Professor of economics at George Mason University; author of The Clash of Economic Ideas: The Great Policy Debates and Experiments of the Last Hundred Years
Lonnie White
Senior NCAA writer at FanHouse.com and author of UCLA vs. USC : 75 Years of the Greatest Rivalry in Sports; former wide receiver for USC (1982-1986), he still holds its kick-off return record
Michael White
Associate Editor of the Guardian newspaper and commentator on the BBC
Mike White
Writer, actor, producer and director
Nick White
Producer of 'Unfictional'
Pete White
Director of the Los Angeles Community Action Network , a community-based organization on Skid Row that represents the interests of the poor and homeless on housing, and economic and community development
Ronald White
Staff writer at the Los Angele Times
Stephen White
Fellow in Catholic Studies at the Ethics and Public Policy Center
Susanna White
Director and producer
Sylvain White