Here's the rundown for this week's guests
Democrat and Chronicle home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig (rescheduled from 6/21)
On the radio; we discuss what you hear, with St. John Fisher and MCC media professor Tom Proietti and WDKX morning host Tariq Spence
The state of New York State’s balance sheet; a conversation with State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli (recorded earlier this morning)
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
Summer is about to begin, and we get summer gardening tips from experts Greg Frank and Mike Tanzini
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
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
Veteran diplomat and foreign policy analyst Molly Williamson on America’s relations with global trouble spots (recorded)
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
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.