This hour on Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders, Jean Feraca and her guests talk about Pamplona's festival of San Fermín and its most famous event, running of the bulls.
- Joe D'Emidio, has for the last 30 years been traveling to Pamplona. He's ran with the bulls for 15 of those years.
- Spanish Professor Juan Egea, University of Wisconsin-Madison, shares his view on the contemporary state of bull fighting culture in Spain.
- Maria Gines Cano, a college student in the UK, just recently returned from the ongoing San Fermin festival in Pamplona. She joins us from her family home in Merida, Spain.
- Jamie Jeffery, a college student in the UK, just recently returned from his first San Fermin festival.
- Jill 7/19/07: "Last week I sat in my car hoping and waiting for some balance to the program on the Running of the Bulls. I was just disgusted with the direction of the piece. There was the slightest mention of Peta's stance against this torture of animals and there was also a caller who was offended. However the host brushed off all of this and only spoke of the excitement and great fun. I am really tired of one sided programming on this particular program, Here on Earth. This continues to be the reason that I will never donate to NPR."