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Vanessa Aramayo
Director of the California Partnership
Gerry Arances
National Coordinator for the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice
Tim Arango
Baghdad Bureau Chief for the New York Times
Norton Arbelaez
Owner of two dispensaries and a commercial grow in Denver, Colorado, and founding member of the Medical Marijuana Industry Group
David Archer
Professor in the Department of the Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago and author of The Long Thaw : How Humans are Changing the Next 100,000 Years of Earth's Climate
John Archibald
Columnist for the Alabama Media Group, which publishes the Birmingham News, Huntsville Times and Mobile Press Register
Lennox Archibald
Infectious disease physician and epidemiologist
Randal Archibold
New York Times Bureau Chief for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean
Architecture in Helsinki
Aussie collective Architecture in Helsinki expose their pop sensibilities and humor on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
The Arcs
Musicians
Arctic Monkeys
Sheffield based Arctic Monkeys play their songs on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.Click HERE to Watch Video!
Scott Ard
Editor-in-Chief of CNET, a technology website
Eddie Arellano
Former gang member; school chaplain and youth minister for Victory Outreach, Compton, a church-based outreach organization for gang members
Gustavo Arellano
Editor  of the OC Weekly and author of its ' Ask a Mexican ' column; author of Orange County : A Personal History and Taco USA : How Mexican Food Conquered America
Joel Arends
Platoon Leader and Company Commander for the Army's 1 st Cavalry Division , based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota; recent graduate from the University of South Dakota Law School
Yigal Arens
Director of the Intelligent Systems division for the Information Sciences Insitute
John Arensmeyer
Founder and CEO of the Small Business Majority, a nonprofit advocacy group
Martha Arevalo
Interim Director of CARECEN , the Central American Resource Center, which is located in Pico Union/Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles
Mike Arias
Attorney in Los Angeles and President of the Neighborhood Council of Westchester/Playa del Rey
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Pop surrealist
Dan Ariely
James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics at Duke University; author and documentary filmmaker
Abdullah Arif
Former translator for National Public Radio's Deborah Amos in Iraq; student at the Columbia School of Journalism in New York
Said Arikat
Washington bureau chief for Al Quds, a Palestinian daily newspaper, based in Jerusalem
Alan Arkin
Veteran actor and Oscar nominee for his role in Little Miss Sunshine
Ronald Arkin
Regents Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology and Director of its Mobile Robot Laboratory
William Arkin
Online columnist for the Washington Post, and co-author of 'Top Secret America,' a series of articles, published in the Washington Post in July, about the build-up, since 9/11, of a massive and secret national security apparatus; military analyst for NBC News
David Arkush
Director of the Congress Watch committee for Public Citizen, and member of the Executive Committee of Americans for Financial Reform , a coalition of about 250 labor and consumer groups who have worked for financial reform
Rae Armantrout
American poet and Professor of Poetry and Poetics at the University of California, San Diego; 2008 Guggenheim fellow and winner of the 2009 National Book Critics Circle Award and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for Versed
Joe Armendariz
Executive Director of the Santa Barbara County Taxpayers Association and the Santa Barbara Technology & Industry Association
Fred Armisen
Co-creator and co-star of IFC's Portlandia; former cast member of Saturday Night Live
David Armor
Professor Emeritus of Public Policy at George Mason University and author of Forced Justice : School Desegregation and the Law
John Armor
Counsel to the American Civil Rights Union
Jody Armour
Professor of Law at USC and author of 'Negrophobia and Reasonable Racism: The Hidden Costs of Being Black in America'
Nancy Armour
Sports columnist for USA Today
Stephanie Armour
Correspondent covering healthcare policy for the Wall Street Journal
Anne Armstrong-Coben
Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at Columbia University
David Armstrong
Bureau Chief at the National Security News Service and and co-author of America and the Islamic Bomb
Drew Armstrong
Healthcare reporter for Bloomberg News ; former healthcare reporter for Congressional Quarterly
Elizabeth Armstrong
Assistant director for exhibitions and programs and curator of contemporary art of the Orange County Museum of Art and curator of the exhibition Birth of the Cool: California Art, Design, and Culture at Midcentury
Jeffrey Armstrong
Dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Michigan State University, and chair of the United Egg Producers' Animal Welfare Advisory Committee , an industry group; advisor to McDonald’s on animal welfare issues
Jerome Armstrong
Founder of MyDD , a liberal blog
Karen Armstrong
Religious scholar, former nun and author, most recently, of The Case for God ; creator of the Charter for Compassion
Robert Armstrong
Finance columnist for the Financial Times
Mario Arnaudo
Manager of Arnaudo Brothers Farm in Tracy, California and a fifth-generation cattle farmer
Skyler Arndt-Briggs
Associate Director of the Deutsche Film-Aktiengesellschaft Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, better known as DEFA Film Library, the state film monopoly in the German Democratic Republic throughout that country's history
Issa Arnita
Director of Corporate Communications for MTC Management & Training Corporation
Andrea Arnold
 Academy Award-winning filmmaker and former actress
Carrie Arnold
freelance science writer who wrote about addiction vaccines for “Scientific American.”
Hadley Arnold
Co-director of Arid Lands , a think tank at Woodbury University
Jen Arnold
Emmy-nominated and award-winning writer, director and producer in television and film
Matthew Arnold
English teacher and Academic Decathlon coach at Granada Hills Charter High School
Mike Arnold
Executive Director of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), a joint-powers agency of the City and County Government
Peter Arnold
Co-founder of Arid Lands , a think tank at Woodbury University
Ben Arnoldy
South Asia correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor
Kevin Arnovitz
NBA Editor for ESPN.com and founder of ClipperBlog
Charles Arntzen
Professor of the BioDesign Institute at Arizona State Univerisity; he helped develop one of the experimental drugs that has been approved to fight the Ebola virus
Hillel Aron
Contributor to LA Weekly ; former reporter for LA School Report , a website that focuses on news and analysis about the Los Angeles Unified School District
Leon Aron
Resident Scholar and Director of Russian Studies at the American Enterprise Institute ; author of Yeltsin : A Revolutionary Life, the first definitive biography of Boris Yeltsin
Kate Aronoff
Independent writer on social movements and climate politics; co-founder of the Fossil Fuel Divestment Student Network
Darren Aronofsky
Academy Award-nominated film director, screenwriter and film producer
Geoffrey Aronson
Director of Research and Publications of the Foundation for Middle East Peace, a  nonprofit organization that promotes a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine
Patricia Arquette
Actress
John Arquilla
Professor of Defense Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California and writer for Foreign Policy magazine; author of Worst Enemy : The Reluctant Transformation of the American Military
Jane Arraf
Middle East correspondent for Al Jazeera English and the
Eduardo Arriagada
Professor of Communications at Chilean Catholic University in Santiago
Emily Arrowood
Assistant Editor for Opinion at US News & World Report
William Arroyo
Medical Director of the Child, Youth and Family Administration for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health
Miguel Arteta
Filmmaker behind movies like Cedar Rapids
Arthur Verocai
Brazilian folk and jazz composer Arthur Verocai makes a rare appearance in Los Angeles and stops by KCRW studios for a very special session on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Rick Arthur
Equine Medical Director for California Horse Racing Board
Avishay Artsy
KCRW news producer and producer of 'DnA: Design and Architecture'
Alberto Arvelo
Director of the film The Liberator
Peter Asaro
Assistant professor at the New School and Vice Chair of the International Committee for Robot Arms Control.
Christie Aschwanden
Lead writer for science for FiveThirtyEight, a data-driven news site
Katie Aselton
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Jim Ash
Reporter covering Florida politics for Gannett News Service
John Ashbery
American poet and 2011 winner of the National Book Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award
Lauren Asher
President of the Institute for College Access and Success, a nonprofit research and advocacy group that works to make higher education more affordable
Elizabeth Ashford
Spokeswoman for California Governor Jerry Brown
Michelle Ashford
Screenwriter and producer
Rohini Ashok
San Jose mother who started an online petition called “UC for Californians”
Paul Ashworth
Senior US Economist at Toronto, Canada-based Capital Economics, which analyzes the American economy for foreign investors and large banks
Nanette Asimov
Higher education reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle
Reza Aslan
Professor of creative writing at the University of California-Riverside, founder of Aslan Media and member of the Council on Foreign Relations; former contributing editor to the Daily Beast and Middle East analyst for public radio's Marketplace
Anders Aslund
Senior fellow at the Peterson Institute of International Economics; former Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for Peace
Stephen Asma
Professor of Philosophy at Columbia College Chicago, and author of On Monsters : An Unnatural History of Our Worst Fears and Why I Am a Buddhist : No-Nonsense Buddhism with Red Meat and Whiskey
Melanie Asmar
Staff writer at Westword , an alternative weekly in Denver.
Greg Asner
Earth scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science
Asobi Seksu
Brooklyn’s Asobi Seksu perform their dreamy pop tunes on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Maria Aspan
Senior editor of Inc. magazine
John Assaraf
Life coach and motivational speaker ; author of many books, including Having It All : Achieving Your Life's Goals and Dreams and The Complete Vision Board Kit
The Asteroids Galaxy Tour
Copenhagen’s The Asteroids Galaxy Tour bring their Technicolor pop sound to Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
James Astill
South Asia correspondent for the Economist magazine
Nan Marie Astone
senior fellow at the Urban Institute and professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Ron Avi Astor
Professor in the Schools of Social Work and Education at the University of Southern California and author of School Violence in Context : Culture, Neighborhood, Family, School, and Gender
Nastassia Astrasheuskaya
Moscow correspondent for Reuters
Amjad Atallah
Director of the Middle East Task Force at the New America Foundation and an editor for the Middle East Channel at ForeignPolicy.com
Matt Atchity
Editor-in-chief of Rotten Tomatoes
Aterciopelados
Colombian duo, Aterciopelados, return to perform songs from their long-awaited release on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Athlete
London-based Athlete have a playful set planned for Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. Click Here to Watch!
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