Week of June 18 - 22, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 6/18

Hr. 1

Democrat and Chronicle home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig (rescheduled from 6/21)

Hr. 2

On the radio; we discuss what you hear, with St. John Fisher and MCC media professor Tom Proietti and WDKX morning host Tariq Spence


Tuesday 6/19

Hr. 1

The state of New York State’s balance sheet; a conversation with State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli (recorded earlier this morning)

Hr. 2

Should Rochester ban “fracking” and business activities that support it? City Council member Loretta Scott discusses why she’s bringing up such an ordinance for a vote tonight, and also discusses the scheduled vote on the city budget


Wednesday 6/20

Hr. 1

Summer is about to begin, and we get summer gardening tips from experts Greg Frank and Mike Tanzini

Hr. 2

Where Kodak’s thousands of local retirees now stand; we get an update from Art Roberts, newly elected president of the Eastman Kodak Retirees’ Association


Thursday 6/21

Hr. 1

Rochester’s jazz scene and its place in the upcoming Rochester International Jazz Festival; we talk with veteran performer, composer and recording artist Gap Mangione in advance of his upcoming festival appearances Saturday evening

Hr. 2

Veteran diplomat and foreign policy analyst Molly Williamson on America’s relations with global trouble spots (recorded)


Friday 6/22


Is Rochester’s school system about to downsize, and what might that mean to students as well as teachers and staff?

We talk with School Board President Malik Evans

Hr. 2

A preview of Monday night’s special Jazz Festival free concert to raise awareness and funds for Eastman School students; we talk with guest artist Clay Jenkins



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.






Question for Jerry Ludwig today at noon.

I am tearing up my old asphalt driveway in the city - by myself, not using a contractor - and I wonder if and where the material can be recycled. I would rather not send it off to the landfill.
Sorry I am unable to call in live today.
Thank You!