1370 Connection Old Show Archives - 2005

The following are lists of guests and topics that were discussed on episodes of the WXXI radio program 1370 Connection for the given years.  The program is no longer in production and has been replaced by Connections with Evan Dawson.  Follow this link to return to the listings archive page.

Week of 12/19-23/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Media analyst Tom Proietti examines a year of change on the airwaves
Hr. 2-"Megatrends 2010" co-author Patricia Aburdene looks ahead (live line)

Tue:
Hr. 1-The year in the economy; economist Kathy Bromley
Hr. 2-2005 in public education; outgoing Rochester School Board member Jim Bowers

Wed:
Hr.1-Advice on holday planting from Mile Tanzini and Greg Frank
Hr.2-City Councilman Ben Douglas, chair of the Fast Ferry board

Thu:
Hr. 1-MCC business professor Joe Marchese reviews the markets in 2005
Hr. 2-Our final open phone forum of 2005; nominate your winners and losers of the year

Fri:
NO SHOW (pre-empted for holiday special programming)

The segment with Seinfeld writer Dan O'Keefe on the story behind Festivus, originally scheduled
for December 13 in the second hour, has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.

1370 Connection, week of 12/26-30/05

Mon:
NO SHOW-Pre-empted for special holiday programming

Tue:
Hr. 1-Political historian Timothy Kneeland joins us to review 2005 in local and regional politics (recorded)
Hr. 2-Former Presidential national security advisor Charles Kupchan, on our relations with our allies
during the year now ending (recorded)

Wed:
Hr.1-Author Bob Marcotte shares the secrets of birds and wildlife in the Genesee Valley (recorded)
Hr.2-Presented in full for the first time, a conversation with theologian, lawyer and foirmer senior House
Judicary Committee member Father Robert Drinan (recorded)

Thu:
Hr. 1-Part I of our special 2005 in Review; the artists, writers and performers who made our lives more
memorable during the year (recorded)
Hr. 2-Commemorating the people and events that topped the list for stupidity in 2005; Mad Magazine editor
John Ficarra joins us to share his Top 20 for the year (recorded)

Fri:
Hr. 1-Part 2 of our special 2005 in Review; the political and business leaders who shaped our lives and our
understanding of the issues during the year (recorded)
Hr. 2-NO SHOW; We present a Capitol Steps special in advance of their New Year's weekend appearance
in Rochester

Week of 12/12-16/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-RIT criminologist and Duffy administration transition team member John Klofas
Hr. 2-George Conboy of Brighton Securities; can the revised Fast Ferry business plan succeed?

Tue:
Hr. 1-Rochester native Barbara Lakeberg Dridi; eyewitness observer to the elections in Iraq
Hr. 2-Intellectual historian Jennifer Hecht traces the history of "Doubt" in our civilization (recorded)

Wed:
Hr.1-Nationally syndicated real estate columnist Edith Lank
Hr.2-Two centuries of firefighting in Rochester; Fire Captain Dan McBride

Thu:
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig; fixing your home for the holidays
Hr. 2-Rochester's southwest side remembered; local historian Michael Leavy

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando presents a "Healthy Friday" special

Week of 12/5-9/05 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-RIT political scientist Spencer Meredith
Hr. 2-Judy Braiman, Empire State Consumers Assn., on unsafe holiday toys

Tue:
Hr. 1-Author Edward E. Gordon predicts a meltdown as skilled workers grow scarce (live line)
Hr. 2-Privacy expert Phil Mulivor

Wed:
Hr.1-Dr. Michael McCabe of the U of R Medical Center; what we're learning about lead
Hr.2-Derick Hazle of the Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning; what we should DO about lead

Thu:
Hr. 1-Robert Volpe of Citizens for Better Government; the next stage of reform
Hr. 2-Making the voting process user friendly; Sally Brown of the League of Women Voters
and Chris Hilderbrant of the Center for Disability Rights

Fri:
Hr. 1-James Fatula of SUNY Brockport; why health insurance rates are rising
Hr. 2-Rochester-based novelist Rafe Martin (recorded) or TBA

Week of 11/28-12/2/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Real estate expert Edith Lank
Hr. 2-Rochester's Mayor-elect Robert Duffy

Tue:
Hr. 1-Dr. Charles Haynes of the Freedom Forum on the relationship between faith and public schooling
Hr. 2-Open phone forum

Wed:
Hr.1-MCC business professor and personal finance expert Joe Marchese
Hr.2-Rochester's outgoing Police Chief, Dr. Cedric Alexander, on the state of the city's safety

Thu:
Hr. 1-The 'College of Collectible Knowledge' answers your questions on antiques
Hr. 2-What next for reform? We ask Robert Volpe of Citizens for a Better Government

Fri:
Guest host Peter Iglinski presents "Arts Friday"; topics and guests TBA

The previously scheduled segment with author Lamar Waldron has been cancelled.

Week of 11/21-25/05 (revised-updated)

Mon:
Hr. 1-State Senator Joe Robach looks ahead to 2006
Hr. 2-Media analyst Tom Proietti examines the end of an era in TV news

Tue:
Hr. 1-SUNY Brockport criminologist Richard Lumb helps us understand the latest reports on
safety and danger in America's cities---and where we rank
Hr. 2-Tamara Wittes of the Brookings Institute examines the Middle East (recorded)

Wed:
Hr.1-Assemblyman Joe Morelle and Irondequoit Supervisor-elect Mary Ellen Heyman
Hr.2-Saving Midtown Plaza; attorney Samuel Tilton and historian Daniel Singal

Thu:
No show; pre-empted for Thanksgiving holiday special programming

Fri:
No show; pre-empted for Thanksgiving holiday special programming

Week of 11/14-18/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Really Rochester; broadcaster and music historian Mike Lasser
Hr. 2-Peter Eisenstat, editor in chief of the Encyclopedia of New York State

Tue:
Hr. 1-State Assemblyman David Koon
Hr. 2-Animator Theresa Drilling, the RIT grad who brought Wallace and Grommit to life (recorded)

Wed:
Hr.1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank help you put your garden to bed
Hr.2-Monroe County Legislators Stephanie Aldersley (D) and Dan Quatro (R)

Thu:
Hr. 1-Democrat and Chronicle home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-U of R education professor David Hursh; putting tests to the test

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando presents "Healthy Friday"

Week of 11/7-11/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Monroe County Bar Association President Jim Grossman and Judiciary Committee Chair
Carolyn Nussbaum; the picking of a new judge, nationally and locally
Hr. 2-Meet Emmy and Golden Globe winning actress and director Christine Lahti, just before
she accepts a signature award from the High Falls Film Festival (recorded)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Monroe County Election Commissioners Peter Quinn and Thomas Ferrarese
Hr. 2-Local historian Donovan Shilling on leaders of Rochester's past and their legacy

Wed:
Hr.1-Documentary filmmakers and Rochesterians Renee Sotile and Mary Jo Godges
Hr.2-Rochester Mayor Bill Johnson; his work on community peace, and his advice to his
newly chosen successor

Thu:
Hr. 1-New Yorkers' choices on spending and reform; Blair Horner of NYPIRG
Hr. 2-Sportswriter John Feinstein on a season in the NFL (rescheduled from 10/28)

Fri:
Hr. 1-Patricia Hogan and Chris Bensch of the Strong Museum reveal the new inductees
in the National Toy Hall of Fame
Hr. 2-Economist Kathy Bromley of MCC; making sense of the economic numbers

Week of 10/31-11/4/05 (updated/revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Your home and how to get the most value from it; real estate expert Edith Lank
Hr. 2-Dr. Kent Gardner, Center for Governmental Research; some say the local economy's
beset with 'malaise'; are they right?

Tue:
Hr. 1-Former House Judiciary Committee member Father Robert Drinan on ethics, government
and the law (recorded)
Hr. 2-RIT economist Robert Manning on the impending credit crunch and how we'll cope

Wed:
Hr.1-Meet representatives of all three slates for Rochester City Council
Hr.2-Paula Silvestrone, executive director of AIDS Rochester, and client services director Annie
Piazza on the HIV resurgence among low income Rochesterians

Thu:
Hr. 1-The pros and cons of Proposition 1 (to change the state's budget process); Rachel Leon of
Common Cause NY vs. Diana Fortuna of Citizens' Budget Commission (live line)
Hr. 2-The College of Collectible Knowledge answers your questions on antiques

Fri:
Hr. 1-Arts Friday; guest host Peter Iglinski talks with Garth Fagan
Hr. 2-Arts Friday; guest host Peter Iglinski profiles the emerging next generation of young musicians in Rochester

Week of 10/24-28/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Affordable housing; Brian Kane and John Perry Smith, Interfaith Action
Hr. 2-A panel of foreign journalists visits Rochester and shares its perspectives (tape)

Tue:
A special 2 hour program; A conversation with Paychex founder and possible future
gubernatorial contender Tom Golisano

Wed:
Hr.1-MCC's Joe Marchese on money management
Hr.2-The changing face of health care in Rochester; SUNY Brockport health administration expert Jim Fatula

Thu:
Hr. 1-Mayor's Race 2005; Working Families Party candidate and veteran City Councilman Tim Mains
Hr. 2-Acclaimed actress and former head of the National Endowment of the Arts Jane Alexander, in
advance of her keynote appearance at the High Falls Film Festival (live line)

Fri:
Hr. 1-NPR commentator John Feinstein on life and the NFL (live line)
Hr. 2-Open phone forum

Week of 10/17-21/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter; the truth about WMDs (tape)
Hr. 2-Former Deputy Commerce Secretary Kent Hughes on making America more
competitive (in advance of his appearance this evening at RIT)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Economist Kathy Bromley; interpreting the latest numbers from Wall Street and Washington
Hr. 2-The Mayor's Race 2005; independent candidate Chris Maj

Wed:
Hr.1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank; fall garden and lawn tips
Hr.2-MCC media analyst Tom Proietti

Thu:
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-U of R Anthony Center director Nora Bredes; women and government

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando with "Healthy Friday"

The program originally scheduled for broadcast during the second hour on October 17 with NY State
Transportation Commissioner Tom Madison will air instead during hour 2 on October 31.

Week of 10/10-14/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Has American business lost its marketing knack? We ask RIT marketing expert Eugene Fram
Hr. 2-Historian Frank Annunziata discusses the process of picking members of the Supreme Court

Tue:
Hr. 1-The Mayor's Race 2005; Republican John Parrinello
Hr. 2-Proposals to change how we choose the President; Timothy Kneeland of Nazareth College

Wed:
Hr.1-The Mayor's Race 2005; Democrat Bob Duffy
Hr.2-How foreign outsourcing affects our industrial economy; RIT's Ron Hira

Thu:
Hr. 1-Is warm, wild weather a permanent part of our future? We ask Cornell University climatologist\
Mark Wysocki
Hr. 2-City Councilman Adam McFadden and Rev. Marlow Washington on a new campaign to end
youth violence

Fri:
Hr. 1-Sister Beth LeValley, Marilyn Clement of Healthcare Now, and Congressman John Conyers on
a new campaign for universal health coverage
Hr. 2-Jocelyn Goldberg-Schaible of Rochester Research Group; the Voice of the Voter poll

Week of 10/3-7/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-A perspective on church-state relations from historian R. Scott Appleby (tape)
Hr. 2-Rev. Marvin Chandler; remembering FIGHT

Tue:
Hr. 1-Kelly Reed, SPCC, on protecting our community's children (rescheduled from 9/26)
Hr. 2-Dr. Brian Greene takes us on a tour of the "Elegant Universe" (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-John Oberlies of the Rochester Health Commission, on the status of health care cost
and quality in Rochester
Hr.2-Wilson Magnet High School administrator Desure Matthew and School Board President
Darryl Porter on an urban school winning national acclaim

Thu:
Hr. 1-We convene the "College of Collectible Knowledge" to answer your questions on antiques
Hr. 2-Should we ELECT our Supreme Court? Historian Richard Davis makes the argument (live line)

Fri:
Guest host Brenda Tremblay conducts discussions of the Mercury Opera and the Arts and Cultural
Council on "Arts Friday"

The program scheduled for hour 2 on Thursday, 9/29 featuring recipients of this region's annual Business Ethics Award was postponed at the scheduled guests' request to a later date TBA because of scheduling conflicts.

Week of 9/26-30/05 (revised/updated)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Brian Kane of Interfaith Action and Deacon Allan Stevens of ACT; relief on the Gulf Coast
Hr. 2-Roberto Suro of the Pew Research Center on the growing Latino community in America (tape)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O'Flynn
Hr. 2-Richard Heinberg makes the case that when it comes to America's prodigious energy use
"The Party's Over" (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-MCC business professor Joe Marchese on money management
Hr.2-Tom Proietti grades the media on its response to recent national emergencies

Thu:
Hr. 1-Child care and the community; Jeff Kazirowski and Jacquie Cady
Hr. 2-Derick Hazle of the Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning on the proposed legislation taken up this week by
Rochester City Council

Fri:
Hr. 1-Nationally syndicated real estate columnist Edith Lank
Hr. 2-Open phone Friday forum

Week of 9/19-23/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Former Xerox VP of human resources Ed Ciaschi; the future economy and how you'll fit in
Hr. 2-The power of the lobbyist; Rachel Leon of Common Cause NY and Leah Rush of the Center for
Public Integrity (live line)

Tue:
Hr. 1-City School Board finance chair Willa Powell; what next for Rochester schools?
Hr. 2-New Paltz mayor Jason West; bringing the same-sex marriage issue to NY State (live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank on fall gardening needs
Hr.2-Keenan Allen, director of Pathways to Peace

Thu:
Hr. 1-Mark Dunlea of Hunger Action; advocacy groups for the poor across NY State meet in Rochester
Hr. 2-MCC economist Kathy Bromley; is a recession possible?

Fri:
Hr. 1-Author and Western NY resident Pam Yates on coping with loss and finding meaning
Hr. 2-Home repair and remodeling expert Jerry Ludwig answers your questions

Week of 9/12-16/05

Please note; the entire live program is pre-empted on Monday 9/12, and hour 1 of the program Tuesday 9/13, Wednesday 9/14 and Thursday 9/15 is pre-empted as well, because of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Judge Roberts. An abbreviated program will air live on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Pre-recorded programming highlighting memorable past programs will be selected for the 9 PM replay slot all week.

Mon:
Program pre-empted in its entirety for hearings on Judge John Roberts

Tue:
Hr. 1-Pre-empted for hearings on Judge John Roberts
Hr. 2-Dr. Paul Kurtz; a pioneer exponent of secular humanism (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Pre-empted for hearings on Judge John Roberts
Hr.2-(tent) Dr. Susan Bukata; Speaking of Women's Health preview

Thu:
Hr. 1-Pre-empted for hearings on Judge John Roberts
Hr. 2-Should we elect Supreme Court judges? Meet a man who thinks so, legal
and political scholar Richard Davis (live line)

Fri:
Healthy Friday special; Elissa Orlando, guest host

The appearance of Brian Kane of the Interfaith Alliance to discuss a new initiative for affordable housing, originally scheduled for 9/12 in hour 1, will be heard instead on Monday, 9/26 in hour 1. The appearance of Kelly Reed of SPCC on the fight to protect children from abuse, originally scheduled to be heard on Monday, 9/12 in hour 2, will be heard instead on Monday, 9/26 in hour 2. Monroe County's election commissioners, originally scheduled to appear Tuesday, 9/13 in hour 1, have requested to be rescheduled and will be heard instead on Tuesday, November 8 in hour 1.

Week of 9/5-9/05

(Bob Smith on vacation)

Please note; some or all segments during the period 9/6-9/9 may be pre-empted for coverage of
the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee John Roberts

Mon:
NO SHOW-Special programming for Labor Day

The first scheduled airing of 1370 Connection (noon-2 PM ET) on Tuesday, 9/6 through Friday. 9/9
may be pre-empted in whole or in part by coverage of the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court
nominee John Roberts, which will be carried live each day the remainder of this week.

Tue:
Hr. 1-Meet the people of the Museum and Science Center planning a special commemoration
of the Underground Railroad (tape)
Hr. 2-Rochester novelist Rafe Martin unveils his newest work, "Birdwing" (tape)

Wed:
Afternoon play;
Bud Lowell, guest host, guests and topics TBA
Night play;
Hr. 1-Scholar Leon Sigal discusses what we should do about North Korea (tape)
Hr. 2-Josh Rubenstein of Amnesty International (tape)

Thu:
Afternoon play;
Julie Phillip, guest host, topics and guests TBA
Night play;
Hr. 1-Kathleen Stack on the global battle against world hunger (tape)
Hr. 2-Rabbi Harold Kushner on the meaning of one of the world's most loved scriptures (tape)

Fri:
NO SHOW-Special programming in commemoration of the anniversary of 9/11

1370 Connection, week of 8/29-9/2/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Tina Orcutt, superintendent, Women's Rights National Park (live line)
Hr. 2-Maidstone Mulenga, member D&C editorial board, on ending violence

Tue:
Hr.1-Privacy and technology expert Phil Mulivor
Hr.2-Edith Lank on real estate

Wed:
Hr.1-MCC faculty member Joe Marchese on money management
Hr.2-James Spiller, SUNY Brockport; where does the space program go next?

Thu:
Hr.1-Our College of Collectible Knowledge answers your questions on antiques
Hr.2-Meet the four primary candidates for Rochester's Board of Education

Fri:
Hr.1-Meet our state's Poet Laureate, Billy Collins (tape)
Hr.2-The state of labor today with local AFL-CIO council president Jim Bertolone (tape)

1370 Connection, week of 8/22-26/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Glenn Williams and Mary D'Alessandro; two views on dealing with lead poisoning
Hr. 2-Matt Hurlbutt of RochesterWorks on finding more candidates for the most demanding jobs

Tue:
Hr.1-John Marah of SUNY Brockport on ways the US can improve relations with the Third World
Hr.2-Mayor Jason West of New Paltz, NY; the same-sex marriage issue updated (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Christine Vanderline of Environmental Advocates of New York (live line)
Hr.2-15 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act; Chris Hildebrandt of the Center for
Disability Rights

Thu:
Hr.1-Terry Slaybaugh, director, Monroe County Planning and Development department
Hr.2-Michael Luo of the NY Times on Medicaid fraud and waste in NY State (live line)

Fri:
Hr.1-John Mueller, Ohio State University, author of the forthcoming "Devils and Duct Tape",
on terror today (live line)
Hr.2-Open phone Friday forum

On the Ballot

1370 Connection, week of 8/15-19/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Monroe County Bar Association President Jim Grossman and Judiciary Committee chair
Carolyn Nussbaum; the picking of a Supreme Court judge
Hr. 2-On The Ballot (WXXI/WDKX cooperative project cohosted by Bob Smith and Tariq Spence);
Councilman Tim Mains

Tue:
Hr.1-Space scientist Gary Matthews gives us a tour of the soon to arrive full size replica of the
upcoming James Webb Space Telescope (tape)
Hr.2-On The Ballot; Councilman Wade Norwood

Wed:
Hr.1-Growing your garden with Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank
Hr.2-On The Ballot; former Police Chief Robert Duffy

Thu:
Hr.1-Home repair expert Jerry Ludwig (tape)
Hr.2-On The Ballot; Activist Chris Maj

Fri:
Hr.1-Attorney Van White on his work commemorating our community's and country's legal
past
Hr.2-On The Ballot; Former Vice-Mayor John Parinello

 

1370 Connection, week of 8/8-12/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-MCC economist Kathy Bromley helps you understand the economic news
Hr. 2-City Councilman Adam McFadden; is the NET program working?

Tue:
Hr.1-The Erie Canal's Frank Dean and Larry Stid of the City of Rochester's development team;
making the most of the Erie Canal's potential
Hr.2-Monroe County DA Mike Green on how the prosecutor's office is doing business differently

Wed:
Hr.1-The media examined, with MCC's Tom Proietti
Hr.2-Dr. Eric Caine of the U of R Medical Center on his leadership in the battle against depression

Thu:
Hr.1-MCC business professor Joe Marchese; Investors' FAQ
Hr.2-The premiere installment of "On The Ballot", WXXI and WDKX's joint project spotlighting the 2005
race for mayor; WDKX's Tariq Spence and WXXI-TV's Mike Caputo join me in talking with Mayor
Bill Johnson about what the next mayor will need to deal with, and how he should approach the
job (originating from the WDKX studios). Mark your calendar for the second through sixth in-
stallments of the series in the 1 PM hour all next week, as Tariq Spence and I do a series of inter-
views with all five mayoral hopefuls.

Fri:
Hr.1-City Councilman Bob Stevenson with an update on plans for the Charlotte harbor neighborhood
Hr.2-State Assembly Transportation Committee Chairman David Gantt

1370 Connection, week of 8/1-5/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-The stem cell issue; U of R Medical College Dean Dr. David Guzick and U of R Medical Center
CEO C.M. 'Mac' Evarts
Hr. 2-RIT business professor Eugene Fram; is nostalgia good business?

Tue:
Hr.1-Attorney Van White on his efforts to commemorate Rochester's past
Hr.2-Adjusting Lake Ontario; Dr. Gene Stakhiv, Dr. Tony Eberhardt and Dr. Dan Barletta on the
lake's level and its effect on our overall environment

Wed:
Hr.1-Congresswoman Louise Slaughter
Hr.2-Rump Group president John 'Dutch' Summers on redefining Rochester's future

Thu:
Hr.1-The College of Collectible Knowledge answers your questions on antiques
Hr.2-Greece Odyssey coach Chris Cleveland; the effects of residual racism on individuals
and society

Fri:
Hr.1 and Hr.2-Guest host Peter Iglinski presents "Arts Friday";

1370 Connection, week of 7/25-29/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-New York State Comptroller Alan Hevesi; the fiscal health of local government in NY (live line)
Hr. 2-State Assemblyman (and Democratic party chair) Joe Morelle; part 1 of our look at the state of
the major parties

Tue:
Hr.1-Peter Jemison, historian and director of the Ganondagan state historic site
Hr.2-Commentator Curt Smith on the future of the Republican party

Wed:
Hr.1-MCC business professor and personal finance expert Joe Marchese
Hr.2-RGRTA executive director Mark Aesch on security and service in public transportation

Thu:
Hr.1-Eating better and healthier; Author and PBS host Kofi Moyo (live line)
Hr.2-Political analyst and pollster Gerald Goldhaber on New York post-Pataki (live line)

Fri:
Hr.1-Peter Smith, president of NYSERDA, on conservation and alternative energy (recorded)
Hr.2-Josh Rubenstein, Amnesty International regional director and editor of the papers of
Andrei Sakharov, on historic campaigns for human rights in the 20th Century (recorded)

1370 Connection, week of 7/18-22/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-NPR commentator and author Heather Lende on small town life (live line)
Hr. 2-State Assembly Minority Leader Charles Nesbitt (live line)

Tue:
Hr.1-Former Police Chief Bob Duffy, in our continuing series on the contenders for mayor in 2005
Hr.2-Fairport HS Principal David Paddock on military recruitment and the schools (Pentagon reps also
invited; we're awaiting their response)

Wed:
Hr.1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank on gardening
Hr.2-The impact of Kodak's latest downsizing; Kent Gardner of the Center for Governmental Research,
and business and technology analyst John Larish

Thu:
Hr.1-Jerry Ludwig answers your questions on home repair problems
Hr.2-The Citizens' Environmental Coalition's Christian Werwaiss unveils the "Dirty Dozen" polluters in NY
(Kodak representatives also invited)

Fri:
Hr.1-Geoffrey Canada, whose Harlem Children's Center may form the model for future efforts to meld
education and social services in Rochester (live line)
Hr.2-Open phone Friday forum

1370 Connection, week of 7/11-15/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Examining the media with producer and media analyst Tom Proietti
Hr. 2-Are libraries becoming stressed? We ask Paula Smith, acting Rochester Public Library director

Tue:
Hr.1-Judge John Ninfo explains the new federal bankruptcy laws
Hr.2-Dr. Milton Cofield, Rochester's representative on the State Board of Regents (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-State Senator Joe Robach
Hr.2-Rochester Mayor Bill Johnson

Thu:
Hr.1-Standards of the legal profession; Past and current Monroe County Bar Association presidents
Michael Wolford and James Grossman
Hr.2-"Hugo" Award-winnng science fiction novelist Robert Sawyer unveils his latest

Fri:
Hr.1-Elissa Orlando, guest host; "Healthy Friday"
Hr.2-Elissa Orlando, guest host; "Healthy Friday"

1370 Connection, week of 7/4-8/05

Mon:
NO SHOW-Pre-empted for holiday special featuring the life & work of Bob Dylan

Tue:
Hr.1-Tom Golisano discusses the economic prospects of the region--and his own possible political future
Hr.2-NYC Councilwoman Gail Brewer proposes that younger people be given the vote (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Regional planning expert Tom Hylton discusses what he's proposing for portions of our metro (live line)
Hr.2-Incoming U of R President Joel Seligman

Thu:
Hr.1-The College of Collectible Knowledge answers your questions on antiques
Hr.2-Is nostalgia becoming hot? Marketing expert Eugene Fram answers

Fri:
Hr.1-The latest (and most maverick) entrant into the mayor's race, Chris Maj
Hr.2-Economist Kathy Bromley of MCC

1370 Connection, week of 6/27-7/1/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-RIT sociologist Danielle Taana Smith; the civil wars of West Africa and their refugees in America
Hr. 2-Researcher Susan Costa on Rochester's homicide victims

Tue:
Hr.1-Susan Christopherson of Cornell University; upstate's economic woes and how we could solve them
Hr.2-Charles Kellum of Poor People United

Wed:
Hr.1-Anti-drug activist Cindy O'Grady, who helped push for new changes in state law on methamphetamines
Hr.2-RDDC President Heidi Zimmer-Mayer on proposed major changes for downtown

Thu:
Hr.1-RIT's Nabil Nasr; how today's high tech may be tomorrow's toxic waste
Hr.2-Open phone forum

Fri:
Hr.1-Peter Iglinski, guest host; outgoing Little Theater CEO Bill Coppard
Hr.2-Peter Iglinski, guest host; (tentative) Memorial Art Gallery director Grant Holcomb

Week of 6/20-24/05 (revised/updated)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Washington Post journalist (and Rochester native) John F. Harris, author of a new
study of Bill and Hillary Clinton (live line)
Hr. 2-Local government expert David Rusk on his new study asserting that upstate New York may
have too many layers of local government for its own good (live line)

Tue:
Hr.1-The Best of 1370 Connection, featuring Gail Collins and Diane Rehm on women in media (recorded)
Hr.2-John Rubenstein of Amnesty International discusses the controversial report that ac-
cused the Bush administration of running an "American Gulag" (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Barbara Bartoletti of the NY League of Women Voters; breaking news on changes in state
ethics laws and the election process (live line)
Hr.2-The NYCLU celebrates its 40th birthday; co-founder Tom Hampson and current local executive
director Barbara DeLeeuw look at the state of civil liberties today

Thu:
Hr.1-Lobbying in NY as the state legislature wraps up its annual session; NYPIRG's Blair Horner and
U of R political scientist Sarah Liebschutz (live line and in studio)
Hr.2-Israeli Consul Ido Aharoni

Fri:
Hr.1-U of R political scientist Gerald Gamm examines the dynamic between White House and Congress
Hr.2-Former Buffalo Mayor Jim Griffin discusses the challenges of running a large upstate city, from the
perspective of a man who did it for 16 years; part of our series of reports on a mayor's job today
(live line)

 

All shows live in studio unless otherwise noted

Schedule subject to change in response to breaking news

Week of 6/13-17/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Ruhi Maker and Barbara Van Kerkhove, Empire Law Center; insurance redlining
Hr. 2-Larry D'Andrea of the EPA; reclaiming brownfields in Rochester (live line)

Tue:
Hr.1-Pre-empted for a special AM-FM simulcast special on the passing of David Diamond with
guest host Julia Figueras and guests from the musical community
Hr.2-Eastman School of Music dean James Undercofler; Grammy winning jazz artist Chick Corea

Wed:
Hr.1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank; making your garden grow better
Hr.2-Christopher Burns, advocate for reviving light rail and re-using the old subway

Thu:
Hr.1-Jerry Ludwig, D&C home repair and remodeling columnist
Hr.2-Journalist John Dicker; an examination of the social and economic impact of Wal-Mart (live line)

Fri:
"Healthy Friday" with guest host Elissa Marra

Week of 6/6-10/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-MCC media expert Tom Proietti
Hr. 2-Matthew Gardner of the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy; how we'll deal with
the mandates of the CFE decision (live line)

Tue:
Hr.1-Do we have money to fund ChildHealth Plus? We ask Diana Fortuna of the Citizens'
Budget Commission (live line)
Hr.2-David Hursh of the U of R helps us understand state standard test results in our schools

Wed:
Hr.1-Nancy Hurlbut, co-author of 50 Ways to Improve Women's Lives (live line)
Hr.2-PBS President Pat Mitchell; the future of public television

Thu:
Hr.1-Real estate expert Edith Lank
Hr.2-John Nugent, impresario of the upcoming Jazz Festival; plus a conversation with jazz
legend Sonny Rollins (recorded)

Fri:
Hr.1-Susan Sered and Rushika Fernandopulle of Harvard University; the uninsured (live line)
Hr.2-MCC economist Kathy Bromley on reading current trends

Week of 5/30-6/3/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Best of 1370 Connection; ABC's Cokie Roberts and AP CEO Thomas Curley (recorded)
Hr. 2-Pre-empted for PBS President Pat Mitchell's address to the National Press Club

Tue:
Hr.1-One of the globe's most prominent warriors against hunger, Kathleen Stack (recorded)
Hr.2-Yale University's Nayan Chanda brings us closer to the complexity of Asia (recorded)

Wed:
Hr.1-Guest host Bud Lowell; topic and guest TBA
Hr.2-Guest host Bud Lowell; topic and guest TBA

Thu:
Hr.1-The College of Collectible Knowledge, with guest host Peter Iglinski
Hr.2-Bob Smith interviews Dr. Vyacheslav Bryukhovysky of the National University of Kiev,
a prominent figure in the Ukraine's 2004 "Orange Revolution"

Fri:
Hr.1-Guest host Peter Iglinski meets David Newell, who you know best as "Mr. McFeely," from MisterRogers' Neighborhood
Hr.2-RIT marketing expert Eugene Fram offers his insights on how to make the upcoming revival of the Fast Ferry successful (recorded)

Week of 5/23-27/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Asra Nomani, journalist and author of "Standing Alone in Mecca", describes her experiences as
a journalist, an American woman and a Muslim (live line)
Hr. 2-Democrat and Chronicle home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig

Tue:
Hr.1-Is insurance redlined in Rochester? We ask Ruhi Maker and Barbara VanKerkhove of the
Public Interest Law Office
Hr.2-Ruby Lockhart and Norbert Penniwell of Garth Fagan Dance on the future of modern dance

Wed:
Hr.1-MCC business professor and personal finance expert Joe Marchese
Hr.2-The future of the UN; Krestie Utech of the United Nations Association of Rochester

Thu:
Hr.1-Politics, perceptions and the media; political and media analyst and pollster Gerald Goldhaber
Hr.2-pre-empted for a special forum on freedom of information and the press

Fri:
Hr.1-Action for a Better Community CEO James Norman, calling for a renewed community commitment
to fight poverty
Hr.2-Open phone forum

Our program with Harvard University's Susan Sered and Dr. Rushi Fernandopulle on the plight of America's
uninsured, originally scheduled for May 23 in the first hour, will be heard instead on June 10 at noon.

Week of 5/16-20/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Meet New York's, and formerly America's, poet laureate, Billy Collins (recorded)
Hr. 2-pre-empted for installment 1 of the Global Public Radio collaborative

Tue:
Hr.1-City Council Finance Chair Ben Douglas discusses Rochester's 2005-06 civic budget
Hr. 2-pre-empted for installment 2 of the Global Public Radio collaborative

Wed:
Hr.1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank answer your gardening questions
Hr.2-pre-empted for installment 3 of the Global Public Radio collaborative

Thu:
Hr.1-Rochester Mayor Bill Johnson on the budget and the future of Rochester
Hr.2-pre-empted for installment 4 of the Global Public Radio collaborative

Fri:
Hr.1-pre-empted for "Healthy Friday" special programming
Hr.2-pre-empted for installment 5 of the Global Public Radio collaborative

Week of 5/9-13/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Meet the contestants representing our area in the global "Odyssey of the Mind" competition
Hr. 2-Rochester's new acting Police Chief, Dr. Cedric Alexander

Tue:
Hr.1-The Empire Zone program and whether it works; Assemblyman Richard Brodsky (live line)
Hr. 2-Privacy expert Phil Mulivor on identity theft, data loss and security of your private information

Wed:
Hr.1-The future of Kodak after the changing of the guard; business and technology correspondent John Larish, Greentree
Capital's T.C. Lewis, WXXI's Bud Lowell and D&C business editor Ellen Rosen provide information and perspective
Hr.2-Plans for downtown; Rochester City Councilman Bill Pritchard

Thu:
Hr.1-Tests put to the test; educator Dan Olson
Hr.2-"Citizens Against Government Waste" national president Tom Schatz (live line)

Fri:
Hr.1-The future of the theater; Mark Cuddy of GeVa, David Spiro of Blackfriars, and Nazareth College theater faculty
chairman David Farrell
Hr.2-Assemblyman David Koon on what's been accomplished and what's next on the Albany agenda

The program on the plight of the uninsured with Susan Sered and Dr. Rushi Fernandopulle of Harvard University, originally scheduled for 5/11 in the first hour, will instead air on 5/23 in the first hour.

Week of 5/2-6/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Kathy Bromley of the MCC business/economics faculty; what is the economy really like?
Hr. 2-Tom Proietti dissects the media for us

Tue:
Hr.1-Monroe County Health Director Dr. Andrew Doniger and Stewart Putnam, executive VP of Unity Health; ensuring broad-based access
to health care
Hr. 2-Peter Iwanowicz of the American Lung Association; New York's air quality report card (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Talkin' baseball with Curt Smith
Hr.2-Pulitzer Prize winning author Tracy Kidder

Thu:
Hr.1-The "College of Collectible Knowledge" answers your questions on antiques and collectibles
Hr.2-Henrietta Supervisor Jim Breese; a town at the crossroads examines its options (including a casino resort?)

Fri:
Hr.1-D&C Columnist Mark Hare shares his personal reflections on life and death in his newly released book
Hr.2-Veterans of the Second World War remember the 60th anniversary of VE Day

Week of 4/25-29/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Deb Cohen of the Career Development Services organization; what is the job market really like?
Hr. 2-State Senator Joe Robach with a perspective on the state budget's local impact

Tue:
Hr.1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank answer your gardening questions
Hr. 2-State Senator George Maziarz; unfinished business in Albany (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-How healthy are our schools? We talk with Stephen Boese, NY director of the Healthy Schools initiative
Hr.2-The Patriot Act and its impact on immigrants; Scott Forsyth of the NYCLU, and Jameel Jamir of the ACLU

Thu:
Hr.1-YWCA President Jean Carroll
Hr.2-Monroe County District Attorney Mike Green

Fri:
Hr.1-Dr. Dennis Foley of the U of R; understanding cases like Michael Jackson's
Hr.2-Open phone forum

Week of 4/18-22/05
(Please note the change in Thursday, 4/21's lineup. This schedule remains subject to change in response to breaking news---in light of the possible imminent election of a new Pope at any time after the beginning of the vote on 4/18, it may change at a moment's notice)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Former Vice-Mayor John Parrinello, on his possible plans fora political comeback; part of our continuing
coverage of Election 2005
Hr. 2-John Oberlies of the Rochester Health Commission; a fresh assessment of health care locally

Tue:
Hr.1-Privacy expert Phil Mulivor assesses the risk of identity theft and privacy invasion
Hr. 2-Susan Sered and Dr. Rushika Fernandopulle; the plight of America's working uninsured (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Nazareth College historian Timothy Thibodeau; setting the selection of a new Pope in perspective
Hr.2-Councilman Tim Mains on his campaign for Mayor, as part of our continuing series on Election 2005

Thu:
Hr. 1-City Councilman Ben Douglas; a progress report on the Fast Ferry
Hr. 2-Roberto Suro, director of the Pew Latino Center, on the Latino community in America today (recorded)

Fri:
Hr.1-Issues surrounding the end of life; Dr. Timothy Quill of the U of R Medical Center
Hr.2-Death, life and the law; attorney Eric Stonehill

Our conversation with Assemblyman David Koon, looking at the new budget and unfinished state business, has been rescheduled tentatively for Hour 2 on Friday, May 13

Week of 4/11-4/15/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-The future of nuclear energy; P. Andrew Karam of RIT
Hr. 2-Public education in Rochester; School Superintendent Dr. Manuel Rivera

Tue:
Hr.1-Bart Roselli and Vicki Schmidt of the Rochester Museum and Science Center; commemorating the Underground
Railroad (taped)
Hr. 2-Joe Marchese of MCC answers your most often asked questions about investments (taped)

Wed:
Hr.1-What young people do NOT know about sexuality, and how ignorance may hurt them; educators Sandy
Powlak and Audrey Korokeyi, and Rick Bartell of Planned Parenthood
Hr.2-Representatives of the Israeli/Arab community of Neve Shalom/Wahat Al Salaam

Thu:
Hr. 1-City Councilman Wade Norwood states his case to become Rochester's next mayor
Hr. 2-Dr. Lynn Paltrow, who will deliver the Lyon Lecture for the Rochester Academy of Medicine

Fri:
Healthy Friday: a two hour special on health issues, guest-hosted by Elissa Orlando
Hour 1 - Topic: Depression with three specialists from Unity Health
Hour 2 - Topic: Back pain with two specialists from URMC

Week of 4/4-8/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-The issue of same sex marriage and the legal profession; Vince Buzard, President-Elect of the NY State Bar Association
Hr. 2-Health care, public finance, and the fate of retirees; James Fatula, chair of the Public Administration faculty, SUNY Brockport

Tue:
Hr.1-E.J> McMahon of the Manhattan Institue; one projection of the cost of the CFE case (live line)
Hr. 2- Features an interview just recorded late last week with outgoing SUNY Chancellor Bob King for the first 32 minutes of the show, followed by a brief open phone segment.

Wed:
Hr.1-Joseph Calabrese, outgoing CEO, United Way of Greater Rochester
Hr.2-Dr. Thomas Eisner of Cornell University, lecturer at the RMSC Distinguished Scholars' Series

Thu:
Hr. 1-Your questions on antiques answered by the members of the "College of Collectible Knowledge"
Hr. 2-Taking the campaign for growth forward; Michael Finney, CEO of Greater Rochester Enterprise

Fri:
Hr. 1-County Legislator and possible mayoral candidate Chris Wilmot
Hr. 2-Assemblywoman Barbara Lifton; now that the budget's done, what will the Legislature do about her
proposed reforms of the voting process in NY? (live line)

All shows originate live in studio unless otherwise noted

Schedule subject to change without notice in response to breaking news

Week of 3/28-4/1/05
(Bob returns)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Is government in New York too fat? We ask Common Cause NY executive director Rachel Leon (live line)
Hr. 2-Assemblyman Felix Ortiz; why he proposes legislation to promote better nutrition for children and stop youth obesity (live line)

Tue:
Hr.1-Tim Joseph, Tompkins County Legislature chairman, on one upstate county's study of a local income tax-and why it may work (live line)
Hr. 2-City Councilman Bob Stevenson; what the fast ferry could do for northwest Rochester

Wed:
Hr.1-Willa Powell, finance chair of the Rochester School Board, presents the newly proposed budget
Hr.2-Greece Town Supervisor John Auberger; suburban communities join the cities on a fiscal diet

Thu:
Hr. 1-Congresswoman Louise Slaughter briefs us on what's going on, on Capitol Hill
Hr. 2-Open Phone Forum wraps up the month of March

Fri:
Hr. 1-Examining the media with MCC communications professor Tom Proietti
Hr. 2-The Capitol Steps share their unique take on April Fool (recorded)

Week of 3/21-25/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Elinor Freer, Eastman School of Music faculty member and coordinator, "Music For All" (recorded)
Hr. 2-Guest host Brenda Tremblay welcomes Bob Meuceli and Gardner Light as they welcome the birds of spring

Tue:
Hr.1-Monroe County Legislator Carla Palumbo; keeping porn out of the neighborhood and other quality-of-life issues (recorded)
Hr. 2-Rabbi Harold Kushner on the meaning and resonance of the 23rd Psalm (recorded; aired in full for the first time)

Wed:
Hr.1-Guest host Bud Lowell talks with Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks
Hr.2-Guest host Bud Lowell; topic, developing the Erie Canal

Thu:
Hr. 1- Michael Kimmelman, chief art critic at The New York Times. (Live on the phone. He's coming to Rochester next week to lecture at R.I.T. and the MAG) Also, in the studio, artists Wendell Castle and Nicole Maynard on where they find inspiration in Rochester. Brenda Tremblay guest hosts.

Hr. 2-The Best of 1370 Connection, featuring Judy Collins and Sally Kellerman (recorded)

Fri:
Hr. 1-Guest hosts Peter Iglinski and Julia Figueras talk with Bill Nowlin (author of "Blood Feud") about baseball's greatest rivalry, as opening
day approaches (live line)
Hr. 2-Former Clinton administration advisor Rachel Bronson; what to do about Saudi Arabia (recorded)

Week of 3/14-18/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Nebraska education commissioner Doug Christiansen, who's visiting Rochester for an evening symposium at Nazareth
College, takes a critical look at the movement for standardized high stakes testing
Hr. 2-Rochester Police Chief Robert Duffy, who will soon retire to devote full time to his campaign for Mayor of Rochester

Tue:
Hr.1-Alicia Fraser and Alberta Rosser of NOW Rochester; are women being discouraged from entering the sciences?
Hr. 2-Journalist and author Douglass Perry; what happens to people after they enjoy their moment of fame? (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank open the gardening season with a preview of the annual Rochester gardening show
Hr.2-Elaine Good, David Kyle and Glenn Wilson of Blackfriars; a half century of theater in Rochester

Thu:
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-State Senator Mike Nozzolio; will we get an on-time budget this year? (live line from Albany)

Fri:
Hr. 1 and Hr.2-"Healthy Friday" special programming with guest host Elissa Orlando

Week of 3/7-11/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Michael Rebell of Campaign for Fiscal Equity, the man whose lawsuit overturned the state's education funding system (live line)
Hr. 2-Daan Braveman, president-elect of Nazareth College (live line)

Tue:
Hr.1-Overhauling our marriage and divorce laws; Vince Buzard, president-elect, NY State Bar Association
Hr. 2-Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center; hate and violence in America (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Author Daniel Silva; inside the world of spycraft (live line)
Hr.2-Emily Jones and Todd Plank, GAGV; the gay marriage issue

Thu:
Hr. 1-City Council President Lois Geiss and Councilman Wade Norwood; lobbying to preserve federal aid to cities
Hr. 2-MCC economist Kathy Bromley; what's the real state of health of our economy?

Fri:
Hr. 1-Developing a new legislative report card on the environment; Rob Moore of Environmental Advocates of NY
Hr. 2-National Book Award winner and former Rochesterian Andrea Barrett, whose latest novel is this year's choice
for "If All Rochester Read The Same Book" (live line)

Week of 2/21-25/05 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Charles Zettek of the Center for Governmental Research; are local governments over-stressed?
Hr. 2-MCC business professor Joe Marchese on money management and the economy

Tue:
Hr. 1-City Councilman Ben Douglas and Environmental Commissioner Ed Daugherty on the fast ferry's future
Hr. 2-Foreign policy expert Leon Sigal; what to do about North Korea (recorded)

Wed:
Hr.1-Media under the microscope with MCC's Tom Proietti
Hr.2-Dr. Lynn Rogers; what we learn from nature's creatures

Thu:
Hr. 1-Ambassador Nancy Soderberg on America's relationship with the world (live line)
Hr. 2-Your questions on antiques answered by the "College of Collectible Knowledge"

Fri:
Hr. 1-The history of Rochester's west side remembered with local historian and author Michael Leavy
Hr. 2-State Assemblyman David Gantt

The segment with Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center on the growth of online hate in America, originally scheduled for Tuesday, 3/1/05 in the second hour, has been rescheduled for 3/8/05 in the second hour.
The segment with State Senator Mike Nozzolio originally scheduled for Friday, 3/4/05 in the first hour, has been rescheduled for Thursday,
3/17/05 in the second hour.

All shows originate live in studio unless otherwise noted

Schedule subject to change without notice in response to breaking news

Week of 2/7-11/05 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Best selling author Jeremy Rifkin asks, why can't we be more like Europe? (live line)
Hr. 2-The College of Collectible Knowledge (rescheduled from 2/3 at noon)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Hal Wolman of George Washington University; why Rochester's poor image for growth may be an unhappy reality (live line)
Hr. 2-Star operatic soprano, and Rochester native, Renee Fleming (live line); Memorial Art Gallery experts survey the visual arts

Wed:
Hr.1-Dr. Neil Herrendine, Lori Van Auken and Nancy Kaplan of the RACF's "Campaign to Help Babies"
Hr.2-Rev. Karyn Carter, director of Families and Friends of Murdered Children (rescheduled from 1/12/05)

Thu:
Hr. 1-Historian Jeffrey Kluger; the 50th anniversary of the polio vaccine (live line)
Hr. 2-Lynn Parson of SUNY Brockport; religion and politics in America, yesterday and today

Fri:
Hr. 1-Frank Morietti, T-R-I-P; how bad are Rochester's roads? (live line)
Hr. 2-Mark Potok, Southern Poverty Law Center's Project Information; how many hate groups does New York State host? (live line)

Week of 1/31-2/4/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-Dr. Muhammad Shafiq and colleagues from Nazareth College's new interfaith center
Hr. 2-Downstairs Cabaret's Chris Kowalski, plus additional guests TBA; arts in Rochester

Tue:
Hr. 1-James Fatula, SUNY Brockport; the impact of proposed Medicaid changes
Hr. 2-Death penalty considered, part II; David Kaczynski, anti-capital punishment advocate, on why he believes
the law should not be revised and re-activated

Wed:
Hr.1-MCC economist Kathy Bromley; how healthy is the economy right now?
Hr.2-Dr. Edward Kolb, from the RMSC Distinguished Scholars' Series; on quantums and the cosmos

Thu: (this day's schedule revised)
Hr. 1-The Greensboro Four and the civil rights movement remembered; Jibreel Khazan, a member of the trailblazing sit-in quartet, and Jean Howard
Hr. 2-Jody Siegle of the Monroe County School Boards Association; is the state budget proposal adequate?

Fri:
Hr. 1-Media analyst Tom Proietti
Pre-empted for a special documentary on the arts in Rochester

Week of 1/24-28/05

Mon:
Hr. 1-State Sen. George Maziarz; reaction to the state budget, part II
Hr. 2- A conversation with Rachel Bronson of the Council on Foreign Relations national research and policy team, on the Middle East and the forthcoming elections in Iraq.

Tue:
Hr. 1-Entrepreneurship analyzed; Dr. Kent Gardner, economic research director, Center for Governmental Research
Hr. 2-The Eastman School's Vincent Lenti on the history of a major local cultural institution (tape)

Wed:
Hr.1-MCC business professor Joe Marchese on the markets and the economy
Hr.2-Rochester Mayor Bill Johnson

Thu:
Hr. 1-State Assemblyman Joseph Lentol; reviving the death penalty bill (live line)
Hr. 2-Rochester School Board President Darryl Porter

Fri:
Hr. 1-Trial by Jury; Commissioner of Jurors Charles Peraud and State Supreme Court Judge John Ark
Hr. 2-Open Phone Forum

Week of 1/17-21/05 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-29th District Congressman Randy Kuhl (tape)
Hr. 2-Ambassador Charles Stith, keynoter of the King Day observance at Nazareth College

Tue:
Hr. 1-Robert Ward, research director at the Business Council's Public Policy Institute, on state budget day (live line)
Hr. 2-The College of Collectible Knowledge answers questions on antiques (rescheduled from 1/6/05)

Wed:
Hr.1-Home repair advisor and Democrat and Chronicle columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr.2-Curbing youth violence; Councilman Adam McFadden and Victor Saunders of Pathways for Peace

Thu:
Program pre-empted for presidential inauguration coverage

Fri:
Hr. 1-The state of symphonic music in Rochester; RPO executive director Rick Nowlin and musical director Christopher Seaman
Hr. 2-Assemblyman David Koon; reaction to the state budget, part I

Week of 1/10-14/05 (updated)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Doctors Mark Gestring and Mary Donbovy of the U of R Medical Center join us to talk about the frontiers in treating brain injury
Hr. 2-Dialogues on Disability, Part I (national production)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Chris Hildebrandt of the Center for Disability Rights
Hr. 2-Dialogues on Disability, Part II (national production)

Wed:
Hr.1-Rev. Laurence Hargrave and Judge Michael Miller, co-authors of a major report on police-cimmunity relations
Hr.2-first-run prerecorded program featuring author and historian Jennifer Hecht

Thu:
Hr. 1-Sharon Boyd of the Alzheimer's Association
Hr. 2-Dialogues on Disability, Part III (national production)

Fri:
Hr. 1-Healthy Friday specilal on disability; Elissa Marra, guest host
Hr. 2-Dialogues on Disability, Part IV (national production)

Week of 1/3-7/05 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Meet the people who make music for the RPO; Peter Iglinski guest hosts
Hr. 2-The critics speak on the Rochester performing arts scene; Peter Iglinski guest hosts

Tue:
Hr. 1-U of R political scientist David Primo; does money talk in politics, and if so, how loudly?
Hr. 2-A preview of the State of the State; Capital Bureau correspondent Karen DeWitt (live line)

Wed:
Hr.1-Will reform win the day in Albany? NY Common Cause executive director Rachel Leon
Hr.2-Pre-empted for the State of the State message live from Albany

Thu:
Hr. 1-Your antiques questions answered by the College of Collectible Knowledge
Hr. 2-Vincent Lenti of the Eastman School of Music; the history of muisic education in 20the century Rochester (tape)

Fri:
Hr. 1-Criminologist John Klofas; the impact of changes in NY's drug laws
Hr. 2-The science fiction scene; locally based and now nationally published author Marcos Donnelly (tape)

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