Week of April 15 - 19, 2013

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

*This week will be guest hosts*


Monday 4/15

Hr. 1

RIT professor and psychologist Caroline Easton discusses the best approaches to dealing with substance abuse

Hr. 2

Rochester’s own platinum recording artist Lou Gramm discusses his life and career as his autobiography Juke Box Hero is released—and he celebrates enshrinement in the Rochester Music Hall of Fame and the national Songwriters’ Hall of Fame


Tuesday 4/16

Hr. 1

U of R professor emeritus of medicine Dr, Paul Griner, author of The Power of Patient Stories

Hr. 2

Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge tell the story of what may be the most single important battle of the 20th Century for America’s forces


Wednesday 4/17

Hr. 1

Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank answer your lawn and garden questions

Hr. 2

Marine scientist Jeff Wyatt discusses how we’re reviving the life of the Genesee River in the latest Rochester Museum Science on the Edge presentation


Thursday 4/18

Hr. 1

The community’s report card; Ann Johnson, director of the Rochester Area Community Foundation’s ACT Rochester project

Hr. 2

Meet Melissa Silverstein, scholar on film and presenter at this year’s High Falls Film Festival, on the growing role of women in the film industry


Friday 4/19-Healthy Friday

Elissa Orlando presents a two hour discussion on issues of personal health and well-being

12-12:30 pm
Emergency room preps for Spring Races (The Flower City Challenge and the Chase Corporate Challenge)
Dr. Jeremy Cushman, Strong ER and Dr. Tim Lum , Highland ER by telephone
Allergy season
Dr. Shahzad Mustafa RGH. In studio live
1pm-1:30 pm
Alcohol abuse awareness month,
Rebecca Kieffer, PROS addiction program at RGH. In studio live
Child Obesity and upcoming Weight of the Nation screenings
Dr. Nancy Bennett, Center for Community Health, pre-recorded


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.