Week of February 11 - 15, 2013

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 2/11

Hr. 1

As Valentine’s Day approaches, let’s talk about love with U of R psychologist Harry Reis

Hr. 2

We approach the celebration of Susan B. Anthony’s birthday with a conversation with Anthony House and Museum executive director Deborah Hughes

 

Tuesday 2/12

Hr. 1

Dr. Christine Bochen of Nazareth College will discuss the significance of Pope Benedict XVI’s retirement and what may be next for the Roman Catholic Church

Hr. 2

Public opinion researcher Steve Greenberg of the Siena Research Institute on what New Yorkers think of gun laws, the Governor, the Legislature, the minimum wage hike proposal and more key issues in New York today

 

Wednesday 2/13

Hr. 1

Center for Governmental Research President Dr. Joseph Stefko and officials from Princeton, New Jersey discuss their consol-

Idation effort and what it may teach localities here in New York thinking of the same step (recorded the morning of 2/13)

Hr. 2

Democrat & Chronicle senior editor and columnist Jim Memmott discusses his ongoing project to commemorate the most notable people from Rochester, past and present

 

Thursday 2/14

Hr. 1

Philosopher and scholar James Carroll, guest lecturer at Hobart & William Smith Colleges, discusses the ethics of war and whether there can be such a thing as a “holy war”, or even a just war

Hr. 2

CGR associate director Kirsten Pryor on a project she’s now leading to learn what the public expects from our public libraries

 

Friday 2/15 (Healthy Friday)

Elissa Orlando presents a two hour program on issues of personal health and wellness

Heart Month – cardiology
Insomnia
Gaming and Health.

 

Some bookings can be subject to change or addition.

 

Nobel Laureate John Mather, originally scheduled to be heard on February 12, will instead be heard on the 19th in the first hour.

 

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.

 

 

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