Here's the rundown for this week's guests
Nationally recognized legal scholar Anne Emanuel discusses the courts and the civil rights revolution in postwar America, a peaceful revolution in which Martin Luther King and his colleagues played such a major part—and looks at the special contributions of some unsung heroes in America’s courtrooms
Poet and social commentator Nikki Giovanni shares with us her perspectives of the progress made, and the road still to travel, in the years since Dr. King (recorded)
The College of Collectible Knowledge answers your antiques questions (rescheduled from 1/5)
Kodak, past, present and future; George Conboy of Brighton Securities and additional guests TBA
MCC and St. John Fisher College communications faculty member Tom Proietti on the media and politics today—both at home and abroad
The U of R’s Adam Frank, in advance of his evening address in the Science on the Edge series at the Rochester Museum & Science Center
Previously scheduled show pre-empted; two hour discussion of the impact of the Eastman Kodak bankruptcy. During the first hour we’ll hear from U of R Simon School dean Mark Zupan and Greater Rochester Enterprise CEO Mark Peterson, and added guests
In the second hour we’ll hear from those affected by the action—and get latest word on the bankruptcy, on Kodak’s future, and your reaction and its impact on you as you call in to share your impressions with us
Friday 1/20-Healthy Friday
Elissa Orlando presents a two hour program on issues in the realm of personal health
Bausch + Lomb study on contact users and general eye health.
Dr. Joseph Barr Vice President, Global Clinical & Medical Affairs and Professional Services, Vision Care for Bausch + Lomb.
Linda Greene/ RN Director of Infection Prevention at Rochester General Health system.
All programs originate live in our studios unless otherwise indicated. Schedules are subject to change in response to breaking news.