Week of August 20 - 24, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests (updated)

Monday 8/20

Hr. 1

Underwater explorers Jim Kennard reveal a new discovery under the surface of Seneca Lake

Hr. 2

Democrat and Chronicle columnist and senior editor Jim Memmott shares his ideas for a roster of Rochester’s most distinguished people, past and present…and asks for your ideas to further fill out the list (rescheduled from 8/14)


Tuesday 8/21

Hr. 1

RIT’s Richard DeMartino on the campus business incubator he directs, recently hailed as the best of its kind in America

Hr. 2

Oscar nominated documentarian Bob Bilheimer on his new film Not My Life, an exploration of the phenomenon of human trafficking which is now making grim regional news; we’ll also be joined on line by former FBI agent and expert investigator

Greg Bristol, and then, Democrat and Chronicle reporter Gary Craig


Wednesday 8/22

Hr. 1

Metropolitan development expert Katharine Ross, who predicts the emergence of the “mega-region” (recorded; broadcast rescheduled for today after being postponed from an earlier date)

Hr. 2

The Center for Governmental Research’s newly installed President Joseph Stefko examines current issues of regional and local financing


Thursday 8/23

Hr. 1

An encore presentation of conversations with noted artist Albert Paley and Pulitzer-winning Harvard educator Edward Wilson (recorded)

Hr. 2

Filmmaker Rick Bosner, returning to Rochester to premiere his film “Falling Up” next week at the Little


Friday 8/24

Hr. 1

School’s about to begin…and we look at the issues facing area school systems with Jody Siegle, executive director of the Monroe County School Boards Association

Hr. 2

An analytical look at Election 2012 as the conventions approach, with political historian Timothy Kneeland of Nazareth College



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.



Mon. 8/20, Hr 2

Bob.....please less fauning over and pandering to the concept of identity-politics. It's a re-occuring theme in many broadcasts. Thank you.