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Asia-Pacific Forecast; Pearl Harbor; Due Process Lawsuit; Bela Fleck

It’s Friday, December 6 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

UHERO Asia-Pacific Forecast: Byron Gangnes

Byron Gangnes

Byron Gangnes is professor and chair of the UH Manoa Economics Department and is Senior research fellow with UHERO. He is an expert on international economic policy, particularly the economic relationships between the US and Pacific Asian economies.

Intro Music: Falling Back by Washed Out

Outro Music: Backyard Quiz Theme – Jon de Mello

Pearl Harbor: Burl Burlingame

Burl Burlingame

Burl Burlingame is the curator of the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor.

Intro Music: Medal of Honor: Rising Sun Main Theme by Christopher Lennertz

Outro Music: Begin The Beguine by Artie Shaw

Due Process for Indigent Parents: Victor Geminiani

Victor Geminiani

Victor Geminiani is the Executive Director of Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice, The center advocates on behalf of low-income people in Hawai`i to help them gain access to resources, services, and fair treatment. It is one of the public service law groups advocating for a uniform policy of legal representation for poor parents facing abuse and neglect proceedings.

Intro Music: The Lawsuit Song by Three Times Lucky

Outro Music: Kalena Kai by Keola Beamer

HSO Concert: Bela Fleck

Bela Fleck

Bela Fleck, banjo master, will perform “The Impostor,” his own concerto for banjo and orchestra, tomorrow and Sunday at the Blaisdell Concert Hall in Honolulu.

Intro Sounds: Hymn To Brothers Lost by Christopher Lennertz

Outro Music: Infiltration (From “The Imposter”) by Bela Fleck

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