Here's the rundown for this week's guests
Pre-empted in part for coverage of President Obama’s news conference
We discuss issues of race, politics and the media with about…Time publisher Jim Blount; one of a series of programs relating to issues raised by the Rochester Museum and Science Center’s exhibit RACE: Are We So Different?
Some complex responses, as the Siena Research Institute examines consumer attitudes in New York and across America, and the attitudes of the region’s business leaders; institute director Don Levy shares the details
Locally based novelist Mark Obbie discusses his provocative new book, God’s Nobodies
Rochester city planning and zoning director Marcia Barry previews upcoming community meetings on how the development of the city’s center should proceed, and how you can offer your own input at next week’s stakeholder meeting
Rochester Museum and Science Center president Kate Bennett shares with us, a preview of what you’ll see in the museum’s
upcoming major exhibit RACE: Are We So Different?
Democrat and Chronicle home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig helps you cope with winter troubles
Rochester School Board President Malik Evans discusses the school system’s challenges, and how the city’s schools will change in response to changes in community expectations and state policy
Friday 1/18 (Healthy Friday second hour)
WXXI TV and Radio journalist Helene Biandudi shares what she’s learned from her time exploring the newly emerging nation of South Sudan—and the role Rochesterians are playing in building its educational system
Healthy Friday; Elissa Orlando presents an hour on issues of personal health and wellbeing
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.