Here's the rundown for this week's guests
MCC Economics professor emeritus Kathy Bromley discusses the state of the economy today
Inside the mind of the terrorist; journalist Ken Ballen
The Colorado shootings, the law, society, and the impact of violent portrayals in entertainment and the media; RIT criminologist John Klofas, and SUNY Brockport communications professor and documentary filmmaker Carvin Eison
A new way to look at our energy alternatives, from Hobart & William Smith faculty member Tom Drennen (rescheduled from 7/17)
SUNY Albany Rockefeller Institute senior fellow Richard Nathan examines the challenges facing government in the realm of health care even after reform takes effect
John Ninfo II, retired judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Western NY, examines the future of Kodak as it tries to emerge from Chapter XI—and how individuals can get the knowledge to avoid insolvency in their own financial future
Politics and the media; about…Time editor Jim Blount
Karen Scharff, executive director of Citizen Action NY, joins us on line from Albany to discuss the Governor’s promised initiative on campaign reform, and its chances of success
Meet Oscar-nominated director Deborah Dickson and her creative team for the film The Lost Bird Project, focus of a weekend screening at the Dryden Theater
Nominations are closing for the National Toy Hall of Fame based at Rochester’s Strong Museum; meet museum VP Chris Bensch and make your own proposals for candidates
The program with urban development expert Katharine Ross previously scheduled for Tuesday the 24th in the first hour will instead air on Wednesday, August 1 in the first hour.
Recorded programming may be replaced with live content, and rescheduled, on short notice.
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