AirTalk

Lively and in-depth discussions of city news, politics, science, entertainment, the arts, and more. Hosted by Larry Mantle

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AirTalk for August 6, 2001

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Health Care & County Care

Guest host and Third District County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky takes a look at Los Angeles County's health care at a crossroads. He is joined in discussion with Acting Director of the Department of Health Services, Fred Leaf, Health Policy Attorney, Beth Osthimer, and the CEO of L.A. Free Clinic, Dr. Joseph Dunn. Also joining the conversation is Anita Bock, the Director of the Department of Children and Family Services.

Transportation Update

Guest host Zev Yaroslavsky speaks with Surface Transit Project Manager Martha Welborne about LA's latest transportation issues.

County Music And Performing Arts Update

Executive Vice President and Managing Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, Deborah Borda, joins guest host Zev Yaroslavsky in conversation about efforts to attract world-class talent to Los Angeles through developing the arts infrastructure, as well as a performing arts update, and more.

Vin Scully

Guest host and LA County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky speaks with the "Voice of the Dodgers" Vin Scully. Vin Scully discusses his half-century career as announcer for the Dodger's, life on the road, some of baseball's most memorable moments, and more.

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