Week of January 9-13, 2011

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 1/9

Hr. 1

Rochester School Board President Malik Evans discusses the process of finding a new superintendent, the drafting of a new budget, the district’s administrative challenges, and the revival of the proposal for mayoral control

Hr. 2

Our series of programs in the Dialogue on Disability begins with discussion of issues of access and inclusion with Bill McDonald of the Medical Motor Service

 

Tuesday 1/10

Hr. 1

Examining the state of Western New York’s economy; Dr. Richard Dietz, regional economist for the Federal Reserve, gives us the regional “Beige Book” for upstate New York

Hr. 2

We continue the Dialogue on Disability by examining issues of independent living with Stephanie Bourne and Mike Riddell of the Epilepsy Foundation and Midge Kogler of Rochester Rehabilitation

 

Wednesday 1/11

Hr. 1

The increasingly controversial issue of gas drilling by “fracking” in the Marcellus Shale region south and east of Rochester is examined scientifically by Bruce Selleck and Seamus McGraw, who deliver the opening lecture in this year’s Science on the Edge series at the Rochester Museum and Science Center

Hr. 2

The Dialogue on Disability continues with Al Sigl Community of Agencies President Dan Meyers and attorney Justin Vigdor; and Cindy Huether, CEO of Rochester Rehabilitation

 

Thursday 1/12

Hr. 1

The Dialogue on Disability continues with a discussion of early intervention in response to potentially disabling conditions; we talk with Kara Streeter and Tawn Feeney of the Rochester Hearing Center

Hr. 2

The Dialogue on Disability concludes with a discussion on healthy lifestyles that can prevent or minimize the impact of disability, with Nancy Steinkamp of Rochester Rehabilitation and Anita O’Brien of SportsNet

 

Friday 1/13-Education Friday

Frank Cegelski presents a two hour program on issues in education

 

 

All programs originate live in our studios unless otherwise indicated. Schedules are subject to change in response to breaking news.

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