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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
Wayne White
American artist, art director, cartoonist and illustrator
Wayne White
Policy expert at the Middle East Policy Council
Paul Whitefield
Copy chief of the Editorial/OpEd page at the Los Angeles Times
Colson Whitehead
Author of The Noble Hustle : Poker, Beef Jerky and Death
Russ Whitehurst
Senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, where he's director of the Brown Center on Education Policy ; former director of the Institute of Education Sciences at the US Department of Education under President George W. Bush
Whitetree is the name of the unique colloboration between acclaimed pianist and classical composer Ludovico Einaudi and electronic duo Robert and Ronald Lippok.They join Chris Douridas for a live set and interview on Saturday, June 6 at 1pm PST.
Ed Whitfield
Republican Congressman from Kentucky and Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Energy and Power Subcommittee
David Whitley
Archaeologist and author of Cave Paintings and the Human Spirit : The Origin of Creativity and Belief
Isiah Whitlock, Jr.
Film, theatre, television and commercial artist    
Cathy Whitlock
Author on costume design, fashion, and film whose works include the book Designs on Film: A Century of Hollywood Art Direction  and the blog Cinema Style
Craig Whitlock
Pentagon correspondent , and former Berlin Bureau Chief, for the Washington Post
Sylvia Whitman
Manager of Shakespeare & Company and daughter of owner George Whitman
Steve Whitmore
Communications Director for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Craig Whitney
Former reporter for the New York Times and author of Living with Guns : A Liberal’s Case for the Second Amendment
Jacqueline Whitt
Assistant Professor of Military History at West Point; she has studied the role of military chaplains during Vietnam and after
Jeremy Whittle
Cycling Correspondent for the Times of London and author of Le Tour : A Century of the Tour De France
Peter Whittle
Director of the New Culture Forum , a right-leaning think-tank, and commentator for several British papers, including the Telegraph , Sunday Times and Spectator magazine; author of several books, including Monarchy Matters and Being British : What's Wrong with It?
Margaret Whitton
American stage, film, and television actress
Peter Whoriskey
Reporter at the Washington Post
Peter Whybrow
Psychiatrist, and Director of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA and author of American Mania : When More Is Not Enough
Doug Wick
Academy Award-winning movie producer  (Gladiator, 2000) co-head, with wife Lucy Fisher , of Red Wagon Entertainment
Dorothy Wickenden
Executive Editor at the New Yorker and host of its weekly Campaign Trail podcast
Stephen Wicker
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University and author of the forthcoming book, Cellular Convergence and the Death of Privacy
Carl Wicklund
Executive Director of the American Probation and Parole Association
Ted Widmer
Director and librarian at the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University and editor of the Library of America's two-volume American Speeches : Political Oratory from the Revolution to the Civil War; speechwriter for then-President Bill Clinton
Jon Wiener
Professor of History at UC Irvine and author of How We Forgot the Cold War : A Historical Journey across America
Scott Wiener
Member of San Francisco Board of Supervisors for the 8th District (Castro, Noe Valley and the Mission), where he serves as the Chair of the Land Use and Economic Development Committee
Gerrit Wiesmann
Berlin correspondent for the Financial Times
Ruth Wiesmann
Post-doctoral Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute and creator of the Global Hunger Index
Marianne Wiggins
Novelist; 1989 winner of an NEA grant, the Whiting Writers' Award, and the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for John Dollar
Ryan Wiggins
Southern California Organizer for Transportation for America , which advocates for reform to federal transportation policy
Kristen Wiig
Actress and writer who co-wrote and starred in Bridesmaids , and a cast member of Saturday Night Live
Del Quentin Wilber
Justice Department Correspondent for Bloomberg News.
Dan Wilcox
It was evident at an early age that Dan Wilcox had a passion for music – he learned how to use his parents' turntable before he could tie his shoes. Growing up in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, interesting music was in short supply and Dan would frequent the college record store, comb garage sales, scan fanzines and make out-of-town trips just to satisfy his craving for intriguing and exotic tunes, both new and old. This experience serves him well to this day as both a DJ and a music supervisor. For years, Dan was Music Director at Ten Music, a company that found commercial licensing opportunities for indie artists. He now works freelance as a music supervisor for various film, TV and ad projects.  Since 2007, Dan has hosted a Saturday night music program on KCRW. He hosts a musical piñata of sounds perfect for a night of partying, including new discoveries, remixes and rarities, b-sides and lost classics.  In addition, he has deejayed at many of the top nightspots in Los Angeles, including The Standard Hotel, Bardot, Zanzibar, The Crocker Club and a residency at The Doheny, as well as various events at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles Film Festival and the Independent Spirit Awards.
Jonathan Wilcox
Adjunct Professor in Journalism at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication ; speechwriter for then- Governor Pete Wilson and former Communications Director for Rescue California, the 2003 recall of Governor Gray Davis
Philip Wilcox
President of the Foundation for Middle East Peace and adjunct scholar with the Middle East Institute; former Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism at the State Department , and American Chief-of-Mission in Jerusalem (1988-1991)
Wild Beasts
The soaring and ambitious music of Wild Beasts has been lauded by the BBC for its combination of theatrical falsettos and shimmering guitar work. We'll find ourselves tamed by the UK band's prowess when we are treated to a live session on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Wild Nothing
American indie rock/dream pop band formed by Jack Tatum
Lorraine Wild
Graphic designer and principal of Green Dragon Office , a design firm based in Los Angeles.
Ben Wildavsky
Senior fellow in research and policy at the Kauffman Foundation and author of The Great Brain Race : How Global Universities are Reshaping the World
Olivia Wilde
American actress, born Olivia Jane Cockburn
Victor Wilde
Los Angeles-based fashion designer
John Wildermuth
Political reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle
Amy Wilentz
Author of The Rainy Season : Haiti Since Duvalier and Farewell, Fred Voodoo : A Letter from Haiti; Professor of English at the University of California, Irvine  
Dan Wilhelm
Vice President and Chief Program Officer at the Vera Institute of Justice
David Wilhelm
Manager of the 1992 Gore-Clinton presidential campaign, and now a regular spokesperson for the Obama campaign ; investment banker based in Ohio, and founder of the website FaithfulDemocrats.com
Andreas Wilke
Assistant Professor of Psychology at Clarkson University
Willie Wilkerson
Writer and TV producer , he is the son of the former owner of The Hollywood Reporter
Michael Wilkes
Dr. Michael Wilkes opens your eyes to the ethical and sometimes political issues facing the medical profession.
Tom Wilkey
Executive Director of the US Election Assistance Commission , which was founded after the Help America Vote Act was passed in 2002, to develop voluntary voting-system guidelines
Howard Wilkinson
Political reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer
Paul Wilkinson
Professor of International Relations at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and Chairman of its Center for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence
Tracy Wilkinson
Mexico City Bureau Chief, and former Southern Europe Bureau Chief, for the Los Angeles Times
Louisa Willcox
Senior Wildlife Advocate at the Natural Resources Defense Council , she's based in Livingstone, Montana, just north of Yellowstone National Park
George Willeit
Spokesperson with SOS Children's Villages
Tom Willey
Farmer and owner of T & D Willey Farms in Madera, California
William Orbit
Innovative producer William Orbit, who’s worked with everyone from Madonna to Beth Orton, performs for the very 1st time in the United States on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Derrian William
Student at Santa Monica College, who has gone through the Chamber's Hire LA program
Ann Williams
Reporter for SurfSantaMonica.com , Santa Monica's online newspaper
Brad Williams
Former chief revenue forecaster for the California Legislative Analyst's Office , which provides nonpartisan analysis to the state legislature
Bryce Williams
Managing Director of Exchanges for Towers Watson , a global benefits consultancy; founder of one of the nation's original private health insurance exchanges almost 10 years ago
C.K. Williams
2000 Pulitzer Prize winner for Repair ; 2003 National Book Award winner for The Singing ; 1987 National Book Critics Circle Award winner for Flesh and Blood ; Professor of Creative Writing at Princeton University
Carol Williams
Senior international affairs writer, and former Moscow Bureau Chief, for the Los Angeles Times
Caroline Williams
Television writer who began with The Office , and sold a spec script for a new show, all in the same year; Creator and Co-Executive Producer of Miss Guided on ABC
Cecil Williams
Founder and Minister at Glide Memorial United Methodist Church in San Francisco, California; civil rights activist in Kansas City, he went to Washington in 1963 as a member of the Congress on Racial Equality
Chuck Williams
Director of the Center for the Prevention of School-Aged Violence at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Conney Williams
Artistic director for the World Stage
Craig Williams
Director of the Chemical Weapons Working Group , a national coalition of an anti-chemical weapons organizations
Das Williams
California State Assemblyman (D-SB and Ventura Counties)
Emily Williams
Campaign Director for the California Student Sustainability Coalition
Gareth Williams
Curator of Early Medieval Coinage at the British Museum
Hubert Williams
Chair of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence , a collaboration among ten national law enforcements groups; 40-year veteran of policing, he was police director in Newark, New Jersey for 11 years
Ian Williams
UN Correspondent for The Nation magazine