Here's the rundown for this week's guestsď»ż
NO SHOW-Pre-empted for holiday specials
We talk with Reg Neale of Citizens for a Better New York about how the Legislature and Governor could come to agreement on redrawing the political map and reforming the electoral process
Peace advocates, and former combatants, Yuval Ramahim and Ali Abu Awwad discuss how theyâ€™re working for reconciliation in Israel and the Palestinian territory
A possible reform agenda for New York; we talk with Russ Haven. legislative director of the nonpartisan New York Public Interest Research Group on the line from Albany
Capital Bureau correspondent Karen DeWitt joins us from the State Capitol with a preview of the State of the State, and veteran editor and political commentator Jim Blount of aboutâ€¦Time magazine joins us in studio; then youâ€™ll hear the Governorâ€™s State of the State Message live from Albany
We convene the College of Collectible Knowledgeâ€”our antiques and collectibles experts answer your questions about your
New York League of Women Voters legislative director Barbara Bartoletti reacts to the Governorâ€™s message and discusses the 2012 legislative agenda
Friday 1/6-Arts Friday
Gannett film critic Jack Garner examines the state of film today, and shares his list of the best of 2011
WXXI president and chief executive Norm Silverstein and Little Theater and WXXI board member Mark Cleary discuss the joining of forces between Rochesterâ€™s public broadcasting organization and the regionâ€™s principal venue for the showing of independent film, the Little Theater
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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