Week of March 12 - March 16, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 3/12

Hr. 1

A look at politics in the 60s and today, and the lasting legacy of JFK, with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews (rescheduled from 3/5)

Hr. 2

A conversation about the legacy of the 60s counterculture from one of its founding fathers, Ed Sanders (recorded)

 

Tuesday 3/13

Hr. 1

Jay Fowler and Max Reim, headlining speakers at an upcoming conference of the Rochester Regional Community Design Center

Hr. 2

Prof. Barbara LeSavoy discusses issues raised by upcoming films to be shown here in Rochester on Afghanistan—and especially the position of women—as that region of the world becomes more turbulent

 

Wednesday 3/14

Hr. 1

Reform advocate Blair Horner discusses the need for change in New York with special emphasis on access to health services

Hr. 2

Marian Wright Edelman and George Moses join us in advance of their presentation at the U of R’s Warner Graduate School of Education; they’ll discuss access to quality education for children of the disadvantaged

 

Thursday 3/15

Hr. 1

Examining the cultural heritage and current politics of Iran with scholar Shahin Monshipour, director of the International Culture and Arts Network

Hr. 2

Charles Burns, award-winning illustrator and the latest speaker in RIT’s Caroline Werner Gannett “Visionaries In Motion” series

 

Friday 3/16

Elissa Orlando presents a two hour Healthy Friday program on issues of personal health

12pm-1pm
Dr. K.K. Rajamani
The Unity Diabetes Center Director
Chief of Endocrinology, Unity Health
 
1pm-1:30 pm
Candice Lucas – URMC Cancer Services
Dr Byron Kennedy – Monroe County Health Department
 
1:30-2pm
Diane Delorm
Rochester General Health System Registered Dietitian.

 

All programs originate live in our studios unless otherwise indicated. Schedules are subject to change in response to breaking news. Pre-recorded programming may be replaced with live content on short notice.

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