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

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
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.