Week of May 21 - May 25, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 5/21

Hr. 1

Steve Greenberg of the Siena Research Institute discusses new polling that shows where New Yorkers stand on the issues in this election season

Hr. 2

Former Rochester Mayor Bill Johnson, now a senior public policy professor at RIT, discusses why cities in New York State are in serious crisis

 

Tuesday 5/22

Hr. 1

Is the day of the great newspaper passing? Cornell University professor Daniel Schwarz examines the state of one of America’s great news organizations and sees serious trouble ahead

Hr. 2

Metropolitan development expert Ellen Dunham Jones discusses why suburbs need help too (recorded, broadcast rescheduled from an earlier date)

 

Wednesday 5/23

Hr. 1

Local author Eloise Susan Johnson discusses why her research and experience leads her to believe that in the family courts of our state, adults are bullying adults

Hr. 2

Meet Rabbi David Horowitz, national president of Parents and Friends of Lesbians And Gays

 

Thursday 5/24

Hr. 1

Democrat and Chronicle home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig answers your questions

Hr. 2

The networks announce their fall TV schedules; what will it mean to us? We’ll talk about it with media analyst Tom Proietti of MCC and St. John Fisher College

 

Friday 5/25

Hr. 1

Jim Smith and Jane Ballard of the Spiritus Christi Prison Outreach discuss their work helping people return to the community after incarceration

Hr. 2

As Memorial Day approaches, we discuss the needs of veterans, and available services and programs for veterans returning from all America’s armed conflicts, with Judge Patricia Marks and with the incoming director of the Veterans’ Outreach Center whose appointment is being announced this week.

 

Frank Cegelski’s Education Friday program  focusing on issues and topics concerning the educational system, originally scheduled for the 25th, has been postponed to Friday, June 8.

 

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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