I've just been listening to one of the bravest radio programs...and it's on every night from 8 to 9 p.m. central time. It's on rRadio Globo, rebroadcast on La Voz Lenca. It often has live interviews with Pres. Zelaya, and has call-ins from all over Honduras. The host, Felix, really dissects the news and explains it clearly...highly recommended to those who speak Spanish. And, yes, it has been the focus of serious repression.
Cris, of COMPPA, loaded a copy of "Audacity" onto my computer. It's a program for recording and editing audio material. I've been recording some sample programs. Unfortunately, our satellite link is going back to Guatemala tonight, but I'll bring the recordings home. There may be a way to get them onto our website or this blog.
Well, that problem with the power meter is still with us...people needing to turn on the shower or all the burners of the electric stove to get the lights back on. My friend, Berta Caseres, promises that the people from ENEE will be out tomorrow to turn off the power so I can repair the meter base.
So, this is probably the last entry from here at Utopia. I'll try to get at least one more sent out from some place in La Esperanza before I leave here on Thurs. p.m.
Pax vobiscum! Bill