Here's the rundown for this week's guests (updated)
Are young voters connecting with top state officials, or turned off? And what issues drive New Yorkers’ concerns? We talk with Steve Greenberg of the Siena Research Institute in the Capital District
One of the founding fathers of the counterculture of the 60s, musician, poet and historian Ed Sanders (recorded)
Bill Mahoney of the NY Public Interest Research Group tells us what campaign finance filings with the state tell us…and what they DON’T
MCC business professor and personal finance expert Joe Marchese discusses managing your money
U of R President Joel Seligman and MCC President, Ann Kress on the economic impact of higher education in our region
We look at ongoing efforts to reform public education in our area with Erika Rosenberg of the Center for Governmental Research
Author and investigative journalist Katherine Stewart discusses how some organizations are crossing the line of separation between church and state, to use access to public schools to preach to children and their families (recorded)
Rochester City Council public safety committee chair Adam McFadden discusses impending changes to the system of civilian police oversight, and strategies we can use to reduce the toll of violence, especially among Rochester’s youth
A celebration; we mark the Rochester Museum and Science Center’s 100th birthday with museum President Kate Bennett
An analysis of the GOP convention, and preview of the Democratic gathering next week, with former Presidential speechwriter and current U of R faculty member Curt Smith
The program with economist Kathy Bromley on the state of the economy and the story behind the economic numbers, originally scheduled for the first hour on August 30, has been postponed because of an illness in the guest’s family. We hope to reschedule her appearance as soon as possible, tentatively during the week of September 10.
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.