The following are transcripts of those key individuals  who appeared on Redding News Review Editor and Publisher Rob Redding's daily afternoon talk show on WAOK-AM in Atlanta. Redding very rarely had guest on the show  - started Dec. 26, 2001 trough May 30, 2003 - due to  it being a news program from an independent perspective.  "If there are no current news items surrounding an  individual to warrant placing them on the show then I go without guest for the day," he explains. "I am the cake and anything beyond that is icing. Let me put it to you this way, call me when you are above the 'A' sections fold." When some politicians accept the invite some have debatably regretted it, he says.  "I am  an independent  journalist in a constant search for the truth and that does not include indulging in political partisan role-playing. If someone does not like the way their interview turns out the chances are they were trying to get away with deceiving the public."

Rev. Al Sharpton

Ben Ammi 

Ga. Gov. Sonny Perdue 

Ga. Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor

Former U.S. Rep. Cynthia McKinney 

Green Party activist Ralph Nader

U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige

AJC Editor Julia Wallace

Author Barbara Reynolds

Former Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell

Chicago Alderwoman Dorothy Tillman

Former Ga. Gov. Roy Barnes

CBS News Correspondent Byron Pitts

Tuskegee Airman James Williams 

Independent activist Dr. Lenora Fulani

Independent activist Dr. Lenora Fulani's 2nd appearance

President of The National Association of Black Journalist Condace Pressley



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