1370 Connection 2006 Programs




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Week of 12/25-29/06 (Bob on vacation)

Monday
NO SHOW-Special presentation of "A Christmas Carol" (recorded)

Tuesday (Richard McCollough, guest host)
Hr. 1-A special celebration of Kwanzaa with the Memorial Art Gallery
Hr. 2-A discussion of handwriting and penmanship

Wednesday (Richard McCollough, guest host)
Hr. 1-Rochester Police Chief David Moore
Hr. 2-Fitness author Brian Wilmot

Thursday (Richard McCollough, guest host)
Hr. 1-Local Hobbyists share their unusual avocations
Hr. 2-Local historian Helen Vollmer Elam

Friday (Bob returns, on tape)
1370 Connection, 2006 in review; highlights of the year's news and newsmakers (recorded)

Week of 12/18-22/06

Monday
Hr. 1-The media in review, 2006; MCC's Tom Proietti
Hr. 2-Political and energy analyst Gustavo Coronel on Venezuela today (recorded)

Tuesday
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig answers your questions
Hr. 2-Assemblyman David Koon looks back at 2006, and ahead to a new legislative session
and a new administration in Albany

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Holiday planting tips from Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank
Hr. 2-Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy reviews his first year in office

Thursday
Hr. 1-A year end market and financial review with MCC's Joe Marchese
Hr. 2-Incoming House Rules Committee chair Louise Slaughter looks ahead to the 110th
Congress

Friday
Hr. 1-RIT criminologist and City Public Safety Initiatives Center director John Klofas; the
city's challenges, and his role in the Spitzer transition team
Hr. 2-Promoting Rochester's economic future; Dennis Mullen and James Senall of the
Greater Rochester Enterprise organization

Week of 12/11-15/06 (further revised & updated)

Monday
Hr. 1-The 50th anniversary of Rochester Community Baseball, part 1; sportswriters and sports
         historians Scott Pitoniak and Jim Mandelaro
Hr. 2-Business historian Charles Ellis on the heritage of Joe Wilson and Xerox (recorded)

Tuesday
Hr. 1-The 50th anniversary of Rochester Community Baseball, part 2; team CEO Naomi Silver and
          former Red Wings and Baltimore Orioles championship-winning manager Joe Altobelli
Hr. 2-SUNY Brockport Middle East scholar Carl Avila asks if our language in discussing the
         region is leading us astray on crucial policy evaluations and decisions

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Nationally syndicated real estate columnist Edith Lank
Hr. 2-Incoming House Rules Committee chairwoman Louise Slaughter looks ahead to the
         110th Congress

Thursday
Hr. 1-Political scientist and historian Sarah Liebschutz analyzes prospects for reform in Albany
Hr. 2-Economist Kathy Bromley examines the numbers--and the story behind them

Friday
Guest host Elissa Orlando presents a special Healthy Friday edition

Week of 12/4-8/06 (revised/updated)

Monday
Hr. 1-Privacy expert Phil Mulivor; do young Americans care about the 4th Amendment?
         (rescheduled from 11/21)
Hr. 2-Hans Ulrich Gerber of the World Council of Churches on the global campaign against
         violence (recorded)

Tuesday
Hr. 1-Pre-empted because of confirmation hearings for Secretary of Defense-designate
         Robert Gates (which will be heard live)
Hr. 2-Journalist Jake Bernstein, co-author of an in-depth examination of the career and
          life of Vice-President Cheney (recorded) (Will air as time permits during break in hearings)

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Are stepchildren really maltreated in the family setting and in society? Researchers
         Dr. Martin Daley and Dr. Margo Wilson share their findings
Hr. 2-Visit the Toy Hall of Fame this holiday season with Strong Museum curators

Thursday
Hr. 1-We convene the College of Collectible Knowledge
Hr. 2-Rochester's active winter professional sports scene; Steve Donner of the Amerks and
         Knighthawks, and Steve Rossi of the Razorsharks

Friday
Hr. 1-City Councilman Ben Douglas and Group 14621 president Joan Roby Davison; making the
         northeast side of Rochester a safer and more prosperous place
Hr. 2-Meet humorist, author and PBS/NPR commentator and personality Roy Blount, Jr. (recorded)

Week of 11/27-12/1/06

Monday
Guest host Richard McCollough
Hr. 1-Technology for the holidays; RIT's Steve Jacobs
Hr. 2-Crime and victims; Victor Saunders of Pathways to Peace and Pat Harrington of the Rochester Police Department's victims' services unit

Tuesday (Bob returns from the holidays)
Hr. 1-Bo Lipari of New Yorkers for Verified Voting" on whether our next elections will accurately count our votes (live line)
Hr. 2-Author and Financial Times correspondent Brooke Masters; inside Elliot Spitzer

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Best-selling author John Berendt, a day before he addresses a local audience at Writers and Books (live line)
Hr. 2-David Dey, who's launching new projects for empowerment of the disadvantaged on Rochester's west side

Thursday
Hr. 1-MCC business professor Joe Marchese offers advice on money management
Hr. 2-Acclaimed photographer Joel Meyerowitz, whose images of post-9/11 New York are the subject of a new book and an upcoming lecture at Eastman House

Friday
"Arts Friday"-guest host Peter Iglinski:
Hr. 1- The Physics of Music with Astronomer Alice Quillen and students from the University of Rochester's Physics of Music class.
Hr. 2- Art Museums' Special Exhibitions with Marlene Hamann-Whitmore and Marie Via of the MAG

Week of 11/20-24/06 (Revised)

Monday
Hr. 1-Best-selling automotive writer Brock Yates on the industry's future (live line)
Hr. 2-Henry "Pete" French of MCC examines the alternatives facing us in Iraq

Tuesday
Hr. 1-Impact of the CFE decision; Rochester School Board finance committee chair
Willa Powell, and Monroe County School Boards Association executive director
Jody Siegle
Hr. 2-Monroe County Legislature leaders Bill Smith and Carla Palumbo share their
perspectives on the proposed county budget for 2007

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Global security expert John Mueller, author of "Overblown" (live line)
Hr. 2-Garth Fagan previews the new season of Garth Fagan Dance

Thursday
NO SHOW--Pre-empted for special holiday programming including "Giving Thanks" and Garrison Keillor's "We Gather Together"

Friday
NO SHOW--Pre-empted for the annual "Third Coast Festival" holiday program

The segment with privacy expert Phil Mulivor on younger Americans ' attitudes about
privacy and the 4th Amendment, originally scheduled for hour 1 on November 21, will
instead air at a later date TBA.

Week of 11/13-17/06

Monday
Hr. 1-Nationally syndicated real estate columnist Edith Lank
Hr. 2-Rochester Downtown Development Corporation president Heidi Zimmer-Mayer; should the city buy Midtown Plaza?

Tuesday
Hr. 1-Stuart Berger, president of Citizens for Better Government in New York
Hr. 2-The story behind the economic numbers; MCC's Kathy Bromley

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank on how to put your garden to bed for the year
Hr. 2-Analysis of the media from MCC';s Tom Proietti

Thursday
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy

Friday
Guest host Elissa Orlando presents a special "Healthy Friday" edition

Week of 11/6-10/06

Monday
Hr. 1-Samantha Power, a world-renowned expert on genocide in the modern world, joins us on live line in advance of her lecture in Rochester later this week
Hr. 2-Rochester Business Alliance President.CEO Sandy Parker; how business is meeting its health care costs (rescheduled from October 25)

Tuesday
Hr. 1-Diana Fortuna of the Citizens' Budget Commission on why she believes New York's debt should be an issue this election day--even if few people are talking about it (live line)
Hr. 2-The issues driving people to the polls, with our election night analysis team, Tariq Spence and Erika Rosenberg

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (tentative) and SUNY Geneseo political historian and former Congressional candidate Bill Cook; the election and its impact
Hr. 2-Analysis of the election results from across the spectrum; Jim Bowers and Curt Smith

Thursday
Hr. 1-The future of space exploration; NPR's space correspondent Pat Duggins (live line)
Hr. 2-Scott O'Grady, the pilot who evaded capture during the 1999 battle over Kosovo

Friday
Hr. 1-The High Falls Film Festival; organizer/festival director Catherine Wyler, and special guest actress Shirley Knight
Hr. 2-Trade policy and the next stage of Western Hemisphere free trade; Barbara Bowie Whitman, Senior Trade Coordinator for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.S. State Department (recorded)

The segmment on the story of Xerox, its founder Joseph C. Wilson, and lasting lessons for business with author Charles Ellis , originally set to air on November 10, will instead air on Monday, November 27.

Week of 10/30-11/3/06 (REVISED)

Monday
Hr. 1-Alan Lubin of the Business and Labor Coalition of NY (live line)
Hr. 2-GOP gubernatorial contender John Faso (recorded)

Tuesday
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-The Capitol Steps celebrate Halloween; and a conversation with humorist Roy Blount, Jr. (recorded)

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Ambassador Joseph Wilson, central figure in the CIA/WMD controversy (recorded)
Hr. 2-Dorothy Borgus and Nancy Kleintop of the League of Women Voters on making elections clean and fair

Thursday
Hr. 1-The College of Collectible Knowledge answers your antiques questions
Hr. 2-U of R political scientist Gerald Gamm; what if Congress changes hands?

Friday
Hr. 1-WXXI's Norm Silverstein and library trustees Tom Hampson and Henry "Pete" French in a remembrance and celebration of Harold Hacker (recorded)
Hr. 2-An Arts Friday special edition; guest host Peter Iglinski with Ned Corman and the RPO's Herb Smith on music and youth

Week of 10/23-27/06 (REVISED)

Monday
Hr. 1-Edith Lank on real estate
Hr. 2-Israeli consul Benjamin Krasna (recorded)

Tuesday
Hr. 1-Authior Dr. Randy Nesse on why we get sick
Hr. 2-Incumbent David Koon and challenger Mark Johns; the battle for the 135th
State Assembly District

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Lawrence Norden and Suzanne Novak of the Brennan Center at NYU; following up on
the center's landmark report on the State Legislature (live line)
Hr. 2-School Without Walls principal Dan Drmacich; why he resists standardized testing

Thursday
Hr. 1-MCC business professor and personal finance expert Joe Marchese
Hr. 2-RIT historians Joseph Fornieri and Lawrence Winnie on the conference they're leading
to examine the state of American democracy

Friday
Hr. 1-Rosemary Rivera and Bob Cohen of the Alliance for Quality Education
Hr. 2-A journey into the region's past with Victor town historian and author Babette
Mann Huber

The segment with Rochester Business Alliance CEO Sandra Parker on health care costs
originally scheduled for October 25 in the second hour, will instead air in the second hour
on Monday, November 6.

The segment on the anti-war movement with organizers Stan Goff and Lee Zaslofsky origin-
ally scheduled for the second hour on October 27 will air at a later date TBA.

Week of 1016-20/06 (first release)

Monday
Hr. 1-Eye on the media with MCC media analyst Tom Proietti
Hr. 2-Talking baseball with Curt Smith

Tuesday
Hr. 1-NOW national president Kim Gandy (live line)
Hr. 2-Brighton Town Judges Riick Dollinger and Karen Morris; how the community can fight teen drug and alcohol abuse

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Gardening tips with Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank
Hr. 2-Part II of our look at downtown development--the developer's viewpoint with Larry Glazer

Thursday
Hr. 1-Your antiques questions answered by our College of Collectible Knowledge
Hr. 2-John Donnelly, GOP candidate in the 28th Congressional District

Friday
Guest host Elissa Marra presents a two hour Healthy Friday special

Week of 10/9-13/06 (updated)

Monday
Hr. 1-Journalist and Asian affairs expert Gordon Chang on America's relationship with China and North Korea (recorded)
Hr. 2-The issues Rochesterians care about in this election year; opinion research analyst Jocelyn Goldberg-Schaible presents the Voice of the Voter poll

Tuesday
Hr. 1-The race for Governor; Republican candidate John Faso (live line)
Hr. 2-Economist Kathy Bromley of MCC examines the latest numbers

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Finding fakes; Dartmouth College's Hany Farid tells us how he uses math and technology to do it (recorded)
Hr. 2-Heidi Zimmer-Mayer of the Rochester Downtown Development Corporation on the renewal of development activity in the central city core

Thursday
Hr. 1-Gary Mervis, chair of the Project Exile advisory committee
Hr. 2-Incumbent Susan John and challenger John Ferlicca on the race for the 131st District seat in the NY State Assembly

Friday
Hr. 1-Senator Barbara Boxer (D-California) on federal communications policy, and her own second career as a novelist (live line)
Hr. 2-RIT's Sam McQuade; how to fight cyber-stalkers, and protect your children from them

2006 Shows:

 

Week of 10/2-6/06

Monday
Hr. 1-Dr. Muhammad Shafiq and J. Patrick O'Connor, Muslim/Catholic Alliance
Hr. 2-Author Philip Gold; why we may soon reinstitute the draft (live line)

Tuesday
Hr. 1-RIT's Robert Manning on why our de facto national motto is becoming "In Debt We Trust"--and why it's going to hurt us
Hr. 2-Lynn Sherr of ABC News joins us on live line in advance of her appearance as part of the U of R's Meliora Weekend

Wednesday
Hr. 1-We begin our examination of health care with James Fatula of SUNY Brockport on why the wealth of a community determines quality of care
Hr. 2-Fran Weisberg and Wade Norwood of Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency; how we can join together to improve local health outcomes

Thursday
Hr. 1-Our panel of antiques experts answers your questions
Hr. 2-Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy

Friday
A special "Arts Friday" program; Peter Iglinski talks with Richard Reisem and Andrew Olenick about architecture, and Brock Yates about nonfiction writing

Week of 9/25-29/06 (revised/updated)

Monday
Hr. 1-Nationally syndicated real estate columnist Edith Lank
Hr. 2-Space travel; space scientist Hap McSween (tape)

Tuesday
Hr. 1-From Photokina, John Larish is joined by Kodak digital executives Nicki Zongrone and Larry Morgan (live line)
Hr. 2-Victor Saunders of Rochester's Pathways to Peace on curbing youth gangs

Wednesday
Hr. 1-From Photokina, John Larish brings Popular Photography's Mike McNamara to our microphones (live line)
Hr. 2-Charles Zettek of the Center for Governmental Research on the complexity of local government in NY today

Thursday
Hr. 1-Managing your money; MCC business professor Joe Marchese
Hr. 2-David Hursh of the U of R's Warner Graduate School helps us examine the importance of leadership in a time of transition in public schools

Friday
Hr. 1-Guest host Richard McCollough; RIT's Steve Jacobs on communication technology and its uses today
Hr. 2-Security and terror; John Mueller of Ohio State University previews surprising conclusions of his forthcoming study of the subject, "Overblown" (live line)

The segment scheduled for Hour 1 on 9/25 with John Thompson of the MacKenzie Institute in Toronto was cancelled; there are no immediate plans to reschedule. The segment scheduled for Hour 2 on 9/29 with Robert Manning of RIT has tentatively been rescheduled for Hour 2 on Tuesday, 10/3.

Week of 9/18-22/06 (revised)

Monday
Hr. 1-Tom Proietti of MCC analyzes the media
Hr. 2-Sarah Liebschutz analyzes the evolution of local and regional government

Tuesday
Hr. 1-Pre-empted for Bush speech at UN
Hr. 2-Gardening with Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Dr. Eugenie Scott, first lecturer in this year's Caroline Warner Gannett series at RIT
Hr. 2-Jim Healy of Eastman House; the new world of independent film

Thursday
Hr. 1-Democrat & Chronicle home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-Meet the people of the "Forgiveness Project" (recorded)

Friday
Guest host Elissa Orlando with a special two-hour "Healthy Friday" edition
(rescheduled from 9/15/06)

The appearance of Rochester mayor Robert Duffy originally scheduled for 9/20 in the second hour
has been rescheduled for Thursday, 10/5 in the second hour. The appearance of author Phillip
Gold originally scheduled for 9/21 in the second hour has been rescheduled for 10/2 in the second
hour.

Week of 9/11-15/06 (revised final release)

Monday
Hr. 1-Henry "Pete" French; are we safer than we were 9/11/01?
Hr. 2-First segment; Arun Gandhi on 100 years of nonviolent movement for change
Second segment; Former Senator Max Cleland on the search for peace

Tuesday
Hr. 1-Andrew and Rona Wyner of Rochester with an eyewitness account of Cuba today
Hr. 2-AFL-CIO regional president Jim Bertolone

Wednesday
Hr. 1-Pollster Gerald Goldhaber on the post-primary political landscape in NY
Hr. 2-John Perrone, director of MCC's Homeland Security Institute

Thursday
Hr. 1-Mark Lopez, research director of the CIRCLE organization, on why voters under 30
may make a difference in this fall's balloting in New York (live line)
Hr. 2-Historian Jonathan Zimmerman on the relationship between public education and
religion in America

Friday
Hr. 1-Theologian Ada Maria Issas-Diaz on women in today's Church (recorded)
Hr. 2-Israeli consul David Saranga (recorded)

The Healthy Friday program originally scheduled for Friday 9/15 is now rescheduled to
Friday, 9/22. The program featuring anti-war advocates Stan Goff and Lee Zaslofsky, previously
scheduled for 9/15 at 1, will be heard at a later date TBA.
Recorded programming scheduled for Friday, 9/15, is tentative, and may be replaced in
part or in full by live programming

Week of 9/4-8/06 (first release)

Mon:
NO SHOW-Pre-empted for special Labor Day programming

Tue:
Hr. 1-Rev. Gordon Webster and Ed Saphar; what follows for the smart growth issue
Hr. 2-The state of teens today; Shiela Driscoll of the Metro Council for Teen Potential, Danette Campbell of Charles Settlement and Corey Johnson of SPCC

Wed:
Hr. 1-Tom Drennen of Hobart and William Smith Colleges; is any relief in sight for energy consumers?
Hr. 2-WXXI commemorates 40 years of service with former board chair Harold Hacker and WXXI CEO Norm Silverstein

Thu:
Hr. 1-We convene our panel of antiques experts to answer your questions
Hr. 2-Are the Great Lakes about to shrink? We ask Reg Gilbert of Great Lakes United (live line)

Fri:
Hr. 1-Examining the economy with MCC economics faculty member Kathy Bromley
Hr. 2-Meet the man who found the Titanic and unlocked its secrets, Dr. Robert Ballard (live line)

Our conversation with Robert Manning of RIT, originally scheduled for the second hour on 9/7, has been rescheduled for September 29 in the second hour.

Week of 8/28-9/1/06 (revised-updated; note change 8/29)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Nationally syndicated real estate columnist Edith Lank
Hr. 2-29th District Congressional challenger Eric Massa (live line)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Jean Coco and Rev. Rod Frohman...New Orleans and the Gulf Coast revisited, on the anniversary of Katrina and Rita
Hr. 2-Andrew Stainton of the Peak Oil Action Network

Wed:
Hr. 1-MCC business professor and personal finance expert Joe Marchese
Hr. 2-Documentary filmmaker Bob Bilheimer in studio and USA health correspondent Steve Sternberg on live line; the worldwide AIDS story as covered in the film "A Closer Walk"

Thu:
Hr. 1-Harvard University public health expect Katharine Swartz on the crisis of the uninsured
Hr. 2-Area congresswoman Louise Slaughter

Fri:
Hr. 1-Bud Lowell presents the statements of all those competing for your vote for Governor this year (recorded)
Hr. 2-Bob Smith speaks with James Howard Kunstler, best selling author and critic of urban sprawl (recorded)

Week of 8/21-25/06 (first release)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Media analyst Tom Proietti of MCC
Hr. 2-25th District Congressional challenger Dan Maffei, appearing as part of our con-
tinuing coverage of Campaign 2006 (live line)

Tue:
Hr. 1-The Water Authority audit; County Legislators Travis Heider and (tentatively) Bill
Smith
Hr. 2-John Bogle, author of The Battle for the Soul of Capitalism, on live line; Rochester Business
Ethics award founder Alan Ziegler and Rochester Business Alliance VP Barbara Cutrona
in studio

Wed:
Hr. 1-Center for Disability Rights director Bruce Darling
Hr. 2-Rochester Mayor Bob Duffy

Thu:
Hr. 1-Historian and columnist Bob Marcotte
Hr. 2-The court rulings on government wiretaps explained; former NYS Bar Association President Vince
Buzard

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando presents a Healthy Friday special edition

Week of 8/14-18/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Thomas Grasso, head of the Canal Society of NY State; rewatering the Erie Canal
Hr. 2-America's premier crime scene investigator, Henry Lee (recorded)

Tue:
Hr. 1-MCC economist Kathy Bromley examines the economy behind the numbers
Hr. 2-Common Cause NY's Rachel Leon and the Brennan Center's Suzanne Novak
on the state's campaign laws (live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Gardening experts Mike Tanzini & Greg Frank
Hr. 2-Rochester Police Chief David Moore

Thu:
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-Commemorating the 19th Amendment and women's right to vote, we're joined by Sue
Gaffney and Doreen DeCamp of the Susan B. Anthony House

Fri:
Hr. 1-Andrew Stankevich of the "Friends Helping Friends" organization and Dan DeBruin, coordinator
of Juvenile Drug Treatment Court
Hr. 2-Dr. John Klofas, newly appointed director of the City of Rochester's Public Safety
Initiatives Center

Week of 8/7-11/06 (update & additions)

Mon:
Hr. 1-NPR senior correspondent Juan Williams discusses his new book, "Enough" (live line)
Hr. 2-Chemung County Executive Thomas Santulli on his county's approach to Medicaid cost control (live line)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Hobart and William Smith Colleges political science chair Iva Deutchman; is America ready to elect a woman President? (live line)
Hr. 2-We continue our coverage of Campaign 2006; today you'll meet GOP Senate primary hopeful John Spencer (live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Area Congressman Jim Walsh joins us in studio
Hr. 2-The community, its economy and historic preservation; Fairport Mayor Clark King and Landmark Society executive director Joanne Arany

Thu:
Hr. 1-The FBI's Special Agent in Charge for the western NY region, Laurie Bennett
Hr. 2-Joe Carozzi of the Ontario Beach Park Program Committee and Glenn Gardner of the Charlotte Neighborhood Association; what neighborhood residents think of the harbor revitalization plan

Fri:
Hr. 1-John Faso, GOP candidate for Governor (live line)
Hr. 2-Hany Farid of Dartmouth College; how science finds fakery (recorded)

Week of 7/24-28/06 (update; note change on Tuesday, 7/25)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Are we ready for a pandemic? Prof. Joseph Roscoe of the U of R will consider that question
Hr. 2-Stem cell researcher Dr. Mark Noble of the U of R Medical Center considers the scientific and ethical questions

Tue:
Hr. 1-James Fatula of SUNY Brockport; can a single city launch universal health care--and might others join it?
Hr. 2-Rochester City Councilman Adam McFadden updates the proposal for a youth curfew

Wed:
Hr. 1-Personal finance expert Joe Marchese
Hr. 2-Tom Cray, executive director of the Veterans' Outreach Center

Thu:
Hr. 1-The Healthy Teens Act; Joann Smith and Rev. Kaaren Anderson call for passage of the bill to mandate comprehensive education on sexuality in New York's schools
Hr. 2-Jody Siegle of the Monroe County School Boards Association and Tom Nespeca, member of the board of the NY State School Boards' Association; is it time for a full study of the effectiveness and quality of charter schools?

Fri:
Hr. 1-Rev. Avery Blackman; how will the community mobilize to end violence and generate social and economic progress?
Hr. 2-Playwright, actor and member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters Wallace Shawn (recorded)

Week of 7/24-28/06 (update; note change on Tuesday, 7/25)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Are we ready for a pandemic? Prof. Joseph Roscoe of the U of R will consider that question
Hr. 2-Stem cell researcher Dr. Mark Noble of the U of R Medical Center considers the scientific and ethical questions

Tue:
Hr. 1-James Fatula of SUNY Brockport; can a single city launch universal health care--and might others join it?
Hr. 2-Rochester City Councilman Adam McFadden updates the proposal for a youth curfew

Wed:
Hr. 1-Personal finance expert Joe Marchese
Hr. 2-Tom Cray, executive director of the Veterans' Outreach Center

Thu:
Hr. 1-The Healthy Teens Act; Joann Smith and Rev. Karen Anderson call for passage of the bill to mandate comprehensive education on sexuality in New York's schools
Hr. 2-Jody Siegle of the Monroe County School Boards Association and Tom Nespeca, member of the board of the NY State School Boards' Association; is it time for a full study of the effectiveness and quality of charter schools?

Fri: (This day's schedule subject to last minute change because of breaking news)
Hr. 1-Deputy State Comptroller Mark Pattison and business analyst George Conboy; the Fast Ferry audit
Hr. 2-Assemblyman Joseph Errigo, on why he and colleague Brian Kolb wanted an audit of the process behind the Fast Ferry Project

The segment with Dr. Muhammad Shafiq and Lynn Boucher of Nazareth College's Center for Interfaith Study and Dialogue, originally scheduled for the second hour on July 25, is now scheduled to air in the second hour on August 1. The conversation with playwright, actor and member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters Wallace Shawn is tentatively scheduled to air during the second hour on August 4. Our conversation with Rev. Avery Blackman will air during August on a date TBA.

Week of 7/17-21/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Real estate expert and best selling author Edith Lank
Hr. 2-Michael Caputo of the Center for Governmental Research on the latest soundings of
area residents' concerns in this election year

Tue:
Hr. 1-City Councilmen Bill Pritchard and Dana Miller on community redevelopment
Hr. 2-Rev. Kenneth Williams, First Baptist Church of Rochester; why the faith community
must make a commitment to fight poverty

Wed:
Hr. 1-Gardening experts Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank
Hr. 2-Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy

Thu:
Hr. 1-Democrat and Chronicle home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-The independent film scene today; Bob Russell, executive director of the Little Theater

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando presents a Healthy Friday special

Our conversation with Hany Farid of Dartmouth College, originally scheduled to air on the 17th
in the second hour, will instead be heard on the 31st in the second hour.

Week of 7/10-14/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-NYS Bar Association past president A. Vincent Buzard; the courts and same-sex marriage
Hr. 2-Dr. Michael McCabe of the U of R medical school explains why the city's new campaign
against lead contamination is crucial

Tue:
Hr. 1-Creating the Rochester Chidren's Zone; Rochester Area Community Foundation president Jennifer Leonard
Hr. 2-Author Tom Lutz examines the appeal of the slacker in modern American society (live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Opening a world of play; G. Rollie Adams of the Strong Museum and Ed Abell of the American Association of Museums
Hr. 2-Carl Augusto, president of the American Foundation for the Blind

Thu:
Hr. 1-The media and crime; RIT criminologist John Klofas and MCC communications professor and media analyst Tom Proietti
Hr. 2-Roderick Jones, executive director of Community Place of Rochester, on leadership in the African-American community

Fri:
Hr. 1-Has our space program lost its groove? We take up the question with one of the premier historians of space exploration, James Spiller of SUNY Brockport
Hr.2-Economist Kathy Bromley helps us understand the economic news of the day

Week of 7/3-7/06 (first release)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Honolulu mayor Jeremy Harris on how to solve urban problems even in an island paradise (tape)
Hr. 2-Space scientist Hap McSween on the past, present and future of space flight (tape)

Tue:
Hr. 1-No show; pre-empted for holiday special
Hr. 2-Capitol Steps July 4th special; plus, reminiscences of the national pastime with former Voice of the Red Wings Joe Cullinane (tape)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Climatologist Jose Maliekal of SUNY Brockport on our wild weather
Hr. 2-Matt Hurlbutt of RochesterWorks on the job market today

Thu:
Hr. 1-Rochester native and former Little, Brown editor in chief Robert Emmett Ginna
Hr. 2-Our College of Collectible Knowledge convenes to answer your questions on antiques

Fri:
Guest host Peter Iglinski presents an Arts Friday special program

Week of 6/26-30/06 (first release)

Mon:
Hr. 1-The issues that move New Yorkers this year; Erika Rosenberg of the Center for Governmental Research discusses the "New York Matters" poll
Hr. 2-Election '06 coverage continues with Green Party Senate candidate Howie Hawkins

Tue:
Hr. 1-Historian Rose O'Keefe shares vignettes of the past of Rochester's southeast side
Hr. 2-The year in Albany, part I; State Assemblyman Joseph Morelle

Wed:
Hr. 1-Money management advice from MCC faculty member Joe Marchese
Hr. 2-The year in Albany, part II; State Senator Joseph Robach

Thu:
Hr. 1-Suburban communities' challenges; Greece Supervisor Jack Auberger, Irondequoit Supervisor Mary Ellen Hayman
Hr. 2-Matthew McGuire of the Business Council of NY discusses the latest employment numbers for NY State in general and upstate NY in particular (live line)

Fri:
Hr. 1-The question of terror: MCC emeritus professor Henry 'Pete' French
Hr. 2-Open Phone Friday Forum

Our conversation with Dr. Muhammad Shafiq, director of the Center for Interfaith Studies and Dialogue, and Lynne Boucher, campus ministry director at Nazareth College , originally scheduled to air on June 29 in the second hour, will instead be heard on July 14 in the second hour.

Week of 6/19-23/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-Real estate expert Edith Lank
Hr. 2-Dr. Marvin Mich, Rochester Community of Churches, on an upcoming countywide series of forums on issues surrounding Monroe County's budgetary and governmental challenges

Tue:
Hr. 1-The brain drain of young talent from our area; Laura Jeanne Hammond of NextStep magazine and Rolf Pendall of Cornell University
Hr. 2-Where will the next generation of leadership come from in the African-American community? Roderick Jones, president and CEO of The Community Place of Greater Rochester, offers an answer

Wed:
Hr. 1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank on gardening
Hr. 2-Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy - **rescheduled**

Thu:
Hr. 1-Astronomer Ken Croswell on what we've learned lately about the solar system (live line)
Hr. 2-James Howard Kunstler addresses the future of urban life (tape)

Fri:
Hr. 1-Christopher Burns offers an update on the "Chill The Fill" issue
Hr. 2-A critical look at the forthcoming federal budget from analysts Trudi Renwick and Ellen Nissenbaum

Our conversation with Matt Hurlbutt of RochesterWorks, scheduled for June 20 in the second hour, has been postponed to a later date TBA at the guest's request.

Week of 6/12-16/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-Dr. T. Frank Williams and Howard Davidson on how to make Rochester a health care model again
Hr. 2-Alexa Gifford, executive director of the new New York Wine and Culinary Center

Tue:
Hr. 1-Rev. Rod Frohman with an update on the recovery of New Orleans from Katrina; and Ben Jaffe of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on the return of New Orleans as a capital of jazz
Hr. 2-Mark Miller of the Webster school district on how he's helping teens and their parents become wiser
about Internet dangers

Wed:
Hr. 1-Examining the media with MCC's Tom Proietti
Hr. 2-Lisa O'Malley and her students from the Museum and Science Center's Genesee Charter School on
their study of a possible future for the Erie Canal in Rochester

Thu:
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-25 years after the first reported AIDS cases, Paula Silvestrone of AIDS Rochester updates our progress against AIDS and HIV

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando presents a two hour Healthy Friday special

Week of 6/5-9/06 (Bob's back)

Mon:
Hr. 1-The state of human rights; Amnesty International's Josh Rubenstein (live line)
Hr. 2-SUNY Brockport President Dr. John Halstead

Tue:
Hr. 1-Lawyer Robert Koegel, and Cynthia Howk of the Landmark Society; the Stagecoach Inn and the issue of historic preservation
Hr. 2-Matt Hurlbutt of RochesterWorks

Wed:
Hr. 1-Keith Powell of the Community Taskforce on Bullying
Hr. 2-NY State Bar Association President Vince Buzard

Thu:
Hr. 1-Gubernatorial hopeful Tom Suozzi (tape) + TBA
Hr. 2-Kathy Bromley of MCC's economics faculty sets all the numbers in perspective

Fri:
Hr. 1-Former Milwaukee mayor John Norquist on how to turn a city around (tape)
Hr. 2-Author James Howard Kunstler with a striking view of the urban future (tape)

Week of 5/29-6/2/06 (revised) (Bob on vacation)

Mon:
Hr. 1-PRE-EMPTED for Memorial Day special "Families At War"
Hr. 2-U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black (tape)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Guest Host Peter Iglinski covers the Democratic convention with political analyst Frederic Dicker and other guests
Hr. 2-Women and the church; theologian Ana Maria Issa-Diaz (tape)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Tamra Brosseau of the Susan B. Anthony House on the national landmark's renovation (tape)
Hr. 2-Renowned criminologist Henry Lee unveils the secrets of the real CSI (tape)

Thu:
Hr. 1-The "College of Collectible Knowledge" with guest host Bud Lowell
Hr. 2-Ferreting out fakes; Hany Farid of Dartmouth College (tape)

Fri:
Guest host Peter Iglinskli spotlights the arts on an Arts Friday special edition

Week of 5/22-26/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Max Pfeffer of Cornell University, on what New Yorkers say about the immigration issue (live line)
Hr. 2-City Council Finance Chairman Ben Douglas on the mayor's proposed budget

Tue:
Hr. 1-Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank help you grow your garden better (rescheduled from May 17)
Hr. 2-Mayor Bob Duffy details his 2006-07 budget proposals

Wed:
Hr. 1-U of R President Joel Seligman
Hr. 2-Examining the new network TV season lineup and the current state of electronic communication with MCC media analyst Tom Proietti

Thu:
Hr. 1-Roberts Wesleyan College President Dr. John Martin
Hr. 2-Real estate expert Edith Lank answers your questions

Fri:
Hr. 1-Implementing the new Rochester lead law; NET Director Molly Clifford and Derick Hazle of the Lead-Free Coalition
Hr. 2-Open phone forum to give you the chance to choose your subject and speak out

Week of 5/15-19/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-It's D-Day for Medicaid Part D; Ron Brandwein of Lifespan sets it in perspective
Hr. 2-Looking at the history of America's music with Peabody-winning broadcaster and author Mike Lasser

Tue:
Hr. 1-Meet the people behind America's biggest diversity conference-convening in Rochester next week
Hr. 2-Market analyst T.C. Lewis on why the markets have tumbled lately--and locally based companies
have struggled

Wed:
Hr. 1-Attorney Donald Thompson tells the story of a local man wrongfully convicted of murder, and now newly freed
Hr. 2-A worker's eye view of the future of the auto industry with the UAW's John Huber and Dan Maloney

Thu:
Normal scheduled programming will be pre-empted for carriage of the Senate hearings into the confirmation of General Michael Hayden to be CIA Director. Former intelligence officer and strategy expert Henry "Pete" French will be on hand for a special hour during an expected midday break in the hearings, to discuss issues surrounding the new nominee for the CIA

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando covers issues of stroke and AIDS on a Healthy Friday special edition (this edition of Healthy Friday may be pre-empted for the hearings on General Hayden's confirmation if the go into a second day of public questioning instead of going into closed session).

Week of 5/8-12/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-MCC's Joe Marchese helps you manage your money
Hr. 2-City Councilman Bob Stevenson; now that the ferry's sold, what's next for Charlotte?

Tue:
Hr. 1-The FBI's Paul Moskal on the hunt for Internet predators (live line)
Hr. 2-Economist Kathy Bromley helps us make sense of the economic news

Wed:
Hr. 1-Setting standards for New York's elections; Barbara Bartoletti, legislative director, NY
League of Women Voters (live line)
Hr. 2-Is a youth curfew coming to Rochester, and what else can be done to cut youth violence?
We speak with curfew proponent Councilman Adam McFadden

Thu:
Hr. 1-State Senator George Maziarz; why he's proposing new tougher guidelines on local
industrial development authorities
Hr. 2-Dr. Douglas Lonnstrom of the Siena Research Institute; how historians will rate the current
administration, and why (live line)

Fri:
Hr. 1-State Assemblyman David Gantt on how he and his colleagues view the current sales tax
proposal
Hr. 2-SUNY Brockport health policy expert James Fatula; what do recent reports of high salaries
for health administrators really mean to us?

Week of 5/1-5/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-A report card on high stakes tests and standards in schools; Kati Haycock of the Education Trust
Hr. 2-Steven Cohen of the Brookings Institute on America's relationships in South Asia (recorded)

Tue:
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-What's next for school funding in NY? On the eve of an expected Court of Appeals argument, we talk with Geri Palast and Michael Rebell of Campaign for Fiscal Equity (live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Jeffrey Simon of the Institute for National Strategic Studies (live line)
Hr. 2-How high can gasoline prices go? We'll ask an expert on the economics of energy, Tom Drennen of Hobart & William Smith Colleges

Thu:
Hr. 1-The "College of Collectible Knowledge" answers your questions on antiques
Hr. 2-Health and Spirituality; Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn (live line)

Fri:
Hr. 1-Julie Philipp guest hosts, Carol Roberts Wojcik on comedy on stage
Hr. 2-Julie Philipp guest hosts; Heidi Zimmer-Mayer, John Nugent and Tony Bannon on Rochester as a center of the arts

Week of 4/24-28/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-Dr. Jerome Kassirer examines the impact of "big pharma" on your health
Hr. 2-MCC media analyst Tom Proietti

Tue:
Hr. 1-Dennis Mullen, CEO of Greater Rochester Enterprise
Hr. 2-Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks

Wed:
Hr. 1-MCC business professor Joe Marchese on managing your money
Hr. 2-ITT aerospace engineering director Kathy Rapp on four decades of space explioration

Thu:
Hr. 1-Monroe County District Attorney Mike Green
Hr. 2-Youth violence as both a social problem and a public health problem ; Kathy Reixach of
Project Safe Start and County Health Director Dr. Andrew Doniger

Fri:
Hr. 1-Examining privacy, technology and surveillance with Phil Mulivor
Hr. 2-Open phone forum

Week of 4/17-21/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-Our neighbor Massachusetts moves toward universal health coverage...could NY do the same? We talk with Massachusetts state lawmakers and with Stuart Altman of Brandeis U, (live line)
Hr. 2-TBA

Tue:
Hr. 1-State Senator Joseph Robach
Hr. 2-Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy; we follow up on the State of the City address

Wed:
Hr. 1-Gardening with Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank
Hr.2-Erika Rosenberg of CGR; the power of pork barrel spending in New York

Thu:
Hr. 1-Nationally syndicated real estate columnist Edith Lank
Hr. 2-The immigration issue and New York's farm industry; John Lincoln of the NY Farm Bureau and Luis Torres Rivera of Rural and Migrant Ministries

Fri:
"Healthy Friday" with guest hosr Elissa Orlando

Week of 4/10-14/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Former Milwaukee mayor John Norquist offers advice to Rochester's leaders on how to create an urban renaissance (recorded)
Hr. 2-Analyzing Bob Duffy's first 100 days; Charles Zettek, director of government management services, Center for Governmental Research, and members of the Voice of the Voter panel

Tue:
Hr. 1-Admission directors at area colleges talk about the challenge of finding a place for your child
Hr. 2-Linguist William Lebov, author of a national study on regional dialects, on why our speech in Western NY is so distinctive (live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Kati Haycock of the Education Trust; how NY is doing compared to the nation (live line)
Hr. 2-Public education's opportunities and challenges; Rochester School Superintendent Dr. Manuel Rivera

Thu:
Hr. 1-Examining immigration; Immigration attorney Walter Ruehle
Hr. 2-Inside the work of the real CSI labs; criminologist Henry Lee (rec)

Fri:
Hr. 1-State Assemblyman Joseph Morelle
Hr. 2-Political scientist and former Rochester School Board member Jim Bowers

Week of 4/3-7/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Cay Johnston of the NY Times; is our tax system working?
Hr. 2-Heidi Zimmer-Mayer of the RDDC, on proposed changes for downtown's future

Tue:
Hr. 1-The story behind the economic numbers with Kathy Bromley of MCC
Hr. 2-Kevin McKeon and Tim Shanahan of the IRS regional staff

Wed:
Hr. 1-The political process and the prospect of reform; Rachel Leon of Common Cause NY (live line)
Hr. 2-Restoring our historical legacy; Patrice Sampson Bouchard and Tamra Brosseau, Susan B.
Anthony House

Thu:
Hr. 1-Your questions on antiques answered by the "College of Collectible Knowledge"
Hr. 2- Dr, George Eisen of Nazareth College on Israel's election; part 2 of a series of shows on Israel
in transition

Fri:
Our monthly "Arts Friday" special edition, with guest host Peter Iglinski

Week of 3/27-31/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Nazareth College President Daan Braveman
Hr. 2-"Rebuilding Hope"; a special first person report from Rochesterians working to relieve the
Gulf Coast on New Orleans' recovery from Katrina (recorded)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Joe Marchese on money management
Hr. 2-Rima Vesele-Vlad of the NY Coalition of Advocates for Re-Entry and Re-Employment; helping
the former inmate

Wed:
Hr. 1-Former Rochester mayor Bill Johnson; his personal observations on the relief mission to the
Gulf Coast in which he took part
Hr.2-Rochester Roman Catholic Bishop Matthew Clark

Thu:
Hr. 1-Israeli Consul Ben Krasner; part 1 of a series of shows on Israel in transition
Hr. 2-David Jewell of SUNY Brockport on how to effectively deal with child abuse

Fri:
Hr. 1-Hunger in Rochester; Patti Lorenzen, director of St. Peter's Kitchen, and Tom Ferraro of Foodlink
Hr. 2-The Capitol Steps April Fools' Special, plus a conversation with author Robert Emmett Ginna (recorded)

Week of 3/20-24/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-Why do national big box stores kill regional and local merchants? We ask marketing expert Eugeme Fram of RIT
Hr. 2-Remembering Susan B. Anthony; Mary Huth and Christine Rodarsky, co-chairs, Susan B. Anthony Conference at the U of R

Tue:
Hr. 1-Business and how it incubates; Tom Ioele, chair, Small Business Council, RBA
Hr. 2-Nationally syndicated real estate columnist Edith Lank

Wed:
Hr. 1-Considering the media; communications expert and analyst Tom Proietti
Hr.2-The remnants of the ancient past; Josh Smith of Washington University

Thu:
Hr. 1-Are we ready for a pandemic? Monroe County Health Director Dr. Andrew Doniger and Public Health Emergency Manager Margy Peet
Hr. 2-Preserving the region; Joann Arany of the Landmark Society

Fri:
Hr. 1-Allison Smith, author of the book all Rochester's reading, "Name All The Animals"
Hr. 2-George Conboy; can a fast ferry service to Toronto ever be revived?

Week of 3/13-17/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Barbara Bartoletti, NY League of Women Voters (live line)
Hr. 2-Todd Plank, GAGV

Tue:
Hr. 1-Previewing the President's speech; Timothy Kneeland of St. John Fisher College in studio, Curt Smith live-line
Hr. 2-Pre-empted for Presidential appearance

Wed:
Hr. 1-Gardening season begins; Mike Tanzini and Greg Frank
Hr.2-Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy

Thu:
Hr. 1-Fixing your home with the help of D&C home repair and remodeling columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-Patricia Jackson of the SWAN Neighborhood organization

Fri:
Elissa Orlando guest-hosts on the special "Healthy Friday" edition

Week of 3/6-10/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Best selling author Deborah Tannen on the relationship between mothers and daughters, and what we learn about it from what they say to each other
Hr. 2-Part 1 of our week long series on the Rochester Economy; Dr. Kent Gardner of the Center for Governmental Research sets the stage (recorded)

Tue:
Hr. 1-James Fatula of SUNY Brockport; why health costs are skyrocketing
Hr. 2-Part 1 of our week long series on the Rochester economy; Rochester Business Alliance CEO Sandy Parker on the state of the economy and what business believes needs to be done

Wed:
Hr. 1-Death penalty opponent David Kaczynski weighs in on the renewed debate over capital punishment
Hr.2-Part 3 of our week long series on the Rochester economy; PaeTec founder and CEO Arunis Chesonis talks about how a new business can take root and grow today...and why it must operate by the highest standards of ethics and customer service to survive

Thu:
Hr. 1-The future of puboic transit; Mark Aesch of RGRTA
Hr. 2-Part 4 of our week long series on the Rochester economy; John "Dutch" Summers of JASCO Tools and the Rump Group on what established firms can contribute to future growth

Fri:
Hr. 1-The working man's life takes to the stage; representatives of Blackfriars and of the RochesterWorks initiative
Hr. 2-Part 5 of our week long series on the Rochester economy; the role of the public sector and the non-profit sector in marketing our region examined with Terry Slaybaugh, Monroe County's planning and development director, and Stacey Henning, marketing director of Greater Rochester Enterprise

Week of 2/27-3/3/06 (revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-John Larish is joined by Kodak's Lesley Marangola and photo industry analysts Bob McKay and John Henshall at the Photo Marketing Association convention in Orlando (live line)
Hr. 2-NAACP Rochester Chapter president Joseph Brown

Tue:
Hr. 1-John Larish is joined by PMA head Ted Fox and photo industry analyst Mike McNamara at the Photo Marketing Association convention in Orlando (live line)
Hr. 2-SUNY Geneseo social scientist Steven Kirsh examines the relationship between media, youth and violent behavior

Wed:
Hr. 1-NYSERDA head Peter Smith (recorded)
Hr.2-NY State Bar Association president A. Vincent Buzard

Thu:
Hr. 1-The "College of Collectible Knowledge" answers your questions on antiques
Hr. 2-Renewable energy and our area's role in its future; Larry Simpson of RENEW-NY; plus a conversation with Attorney General and Gubernatorial candidate Eliot Spitzer

Fri:
Hr. 1-Arts Friday; celebrating Mozart's 250th with Mozart scholar Kris Bezuidenhout
Hr. 2-Arts Friday; the vocal arts; voice educator Nadine Earl Carey of Hochstein School, and a conversation with Grammy-winning soprano Jessye Norman

The program on the gay marriage issue and the courts with Todd Plank, GAGV, originally scheduled for hour 1 on March 3, has been rescheduled for the second hour on March 13. The originally
scheduled March 3 second-hour segment with Paul Muldoon, executive director of the Canadian Environmental Law Association, will be rescheduled for a later date TBA. The program with Gerald
Goldhaber originally scheduled for March 1 was cancelled by the guest and has not been rescheduled at this time.

Week of 2/20-24/06 (revised)

Mon: (Presidents' Day holiday programming---both hours recorded)
Hr. 1-Dr. Alice Quillen of the U of R on the hunt for new worlds
Hr. 2-Theresa Drilling, key animator of the Oscar-nominated Wallace & Grommit film

Tue:
Hr. 1-Real estate expert Edith Lank helps you make the most of your home's value
Hr. 2-MCC media analyst Tom Proietti

Wed:
Hr. 1-Money management expert Joe Marchese
Hr.2-Author Patricia Thompson; how caregivers and family members deal with a loved one's
Alzheimer's disease

Thu:
Hr. 1-D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig
Hr. 2-Security and the port controversy; Henry "Pete" French

Fri:
Hr. 1-Rev. Rod Frohman and Jean Coco update us on the Gulf Coast six months after Katrina,
in advance of their upcoming relief mission
Hr. 2-Open Phone Forum lets you voice your views on any subject you choose

Programs originate live in our studios unless otherwise noted.

The program originally scheduled with political analyst Gerald Goldhaber for Thursday, 2/23, will air instead on 3/1 in the first hour.

Week of 2/13-17/06 (first release)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Jeremy Creelan of the NYU Brennan Center for Justice on a proposed state ethics law (live line)
Hr. 2-Pulizter Prize winning historian and former Presidential aide Doris Kearns Goodwin (recorded)

Tue:
Hr. 1-A Valentine's Day look at love and relationships with U of R psychologist Harry Reis
Hr. 2-Dr. Muhammad Shafiq of the Islamic Center and Nazareth College's Interfaith Center on
the roots of the cartoon controversy

Wed:
Hr. 1-U of R energy expert Ben Ebenhack...will we achieve energy independence?
Hr.2-Tim Gallagher of Cornell University; did they really find a lost bird from America's past?

Thu:
Hr. 1-David Demsey on the story of a Rochesterian and a musical legend
Hr. 2-The story of Rochester's 1964 riots goes nationwide again; meet the producers of the film
about to air on PBS' "Independent Lens"

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando tackles topics of cystitis and vision correction with expert guests on
a "Healthy Friday" special

Week of 2/6-10/06 (updated)

Mon:
Ambassador Ed Masters on US/Pacific Rim relations (recorded)
Note; only one hour today, because of live coverage of Senate Judiciary hearings on domestic spying

Tue:
Hr. 1-Monroe County Medical Society executive director Nancy Adams
Hr. 2-Honolulu mayor Jeremy Harris; how a city revives its core (part 1 of a series on reshaping the urban
community) (recorded)

Wed:
Hr. 1-James Fatula of SUNY Brockport analyzes new Bush administration health policies
Hr.2-Episcopal Bishop Jack McKelvey; how the church responds to changing social values

Thu:
Hr. 1-State Senator Joseph Robach
Hr. 2-U of R psychologist David McDonnell on the challenges of parenting

Fri:
Hr. 1-MCC economist Kathy Bromley helps us understand the reality behind the numbers
Hr. 2-Charleston, SC mayor Joseph Riley on making an old city new and vital again (part 2 of a series on reshaping the urban community) (recorded)

Week of 1/30-2/3/06 (updated & revised)

Mon:
Hr. 1-Rochester School Board President Domingo Garcia on the Children's Zone and the
rebuilding of Rochester's schools
Hr. 2-Veteran reproductive choice advocate Kate Michelman, author of "With Liberty
and Justice For All" (live line)

Tue:
Hr. 1-Film critic George Grella on the Oscar nominations and the state of film
Hr. 2-Coretta Scott King remembered; attorney and historian of civil rights Van White, and
Rev. Raymond Graves of United Church Ministries

Wed:
Hr. 1-Gerald Gamm of the U of R analyzes last night's State of the Union address
Hr.2-RIT criminologist and mayoral transition advisor John Klofas on reducing violence

Thu:
Hr. 1-Our "College of Collectible Knowledge" answers your antiques and collectibles questions
Hr. 2-Freelance journalist Brian Conley, "Alive In Baghdad" (recorded)

Fri:
"Arts Friday" special programming with guest host Brenda Tremblay; Music is the topic, with
Jeff Tyzik and members of Rochester's emerging chamber ensembles

Week of 1/23-27/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-Tom Proietti casts a critical eye on the media
Hr. 2-Peter Regenstrief of the U of R; Canada's election and what it means to us

Tue:
Hr. 1-Barbara Van Kerkhove and Ruhi Maker of the Empire Law Center shares the center's finding
on continued allegations of mortgage redlining
Hr. 2-Scott Forsyth of the NYCLU and Henry 'Pete' French of MCC on the Patriot Act

Wed:
Hr. 1-Managing your money; MCC professor Joe Marchese
Hr.2-Bishop Kearney HS President Donna Dedee on private education's future

Thu:
Hr. 1-D&C hope repair columnist Jerry Ludwig; and a conversation with Martin Luther King III
in advance of his Friday speech at the U of R
Hr. 2-NET Director Molly Clifford and Charles Zettek of the Center for Governmental Research

Fri:
Hr. 1-MCC President R. Thomas Flynn
Hr. 2-Open Phone Forum

Week of 1/16-20/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-The progress of the disabled today; Center for Disability Rights advocacy director Chris Hilderbrant
Hr. 2-Part I of the Dialogue on Disability

Tue:
Hr. 1-Dr. Donald Bain, new president of St. John Fisher College
Hr. 2-Douglas Lonnstrom of the Siena Research Institute; why consumer confidence in Upstate NY is low
(live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Enhancing the value of your home; real estate expert Edith Lank
Hr.2-What we learn from the lions of the Serengeti; Dr. Meegan Craft, special guest lecturer at the RMSC

Thu:
Hr. 1-Former Congressman Tony Coelho, principal author of the Americans with Disabilities Act (recorded)
Hr. 2-Part II of the Dialogue on Disability

Fri:
Guest host Elissa Orlando with "Healthy Friday" and a special spotlight on disability issues and health

Week of 1/9-13/06

This week there will be only one live hour of 1370 Connection each day, so we can make room for day-long live coverage of the Alito confirmation hearings. The start time for 1370 Connection may vary from 12:30 to 1:15 PM depending on the progress of the morning hearing session. This week, and this week only, the program which airs live will NOT be replayed between 9 and 11 PM the same evening; selected recorded 1370 Connection segments will air during the evening replay hours.

Mon:
NO LIVE SHOIW (hearings to begin at noon and continue until 5 PM or later)

Tue:
Dr. George Eisen of Nazareth College, on Israel post-Ariel Sharon (recorded 1/9)

Wed:
The Fast Ferry is frozen. Why did it fail, and what does that mean to our economy? We talk with
George Conboy of Brighton Securities and Ed Hall, President, Greater Rochester Visitors' Association

Thu:
Melissa McCabe of Education Week and the Pew Research Center on how New York compares
to other states in setting and maintaining educational standards (live line)

Fri:
MCC economist Kathy Bromley on reading the message behind today's economic statistics

Week of 1/2-6/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-The church and society; theologian R. Scott Appleby (recorded)
Hr. 2-"The Best of 1370 Connection" features two of the nation's jazz masters, Chick Corea and Sonny
Rollins, in revealing interviews (recorded)

Tue:
Hr. 1-A new year and a new County Legislature; a view from new minority leader Carla Palumbo
Hr. 2-Veteran Albany journalist Jay Gallagher on why things are breaking down in New York (live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Albany bureau correspondent Karen DeWitt joins us on live line to preview the State of the State
message (live line)
Hr.2-Pre-empted for live coverage of Gov. Pataki's final State of the State speech

Thu:
Hr. 1-Our "College of Collectible Knowledge" answers your questions on antiques
Hr. 2-Monroe County Bar Association President Jim Grossman and Judiciary Committee Chair Carolyn
Nussbaum; what to expect from the upcoming Alito confirmation hearings

Fri:
Guest host Brenda Tremblay devotes both hours to the arts; the focus is on literature and reading with author
Leander Watts, and officials from the Rochester Public Library

Week of 1/2-6/06

Mon:
Hr. 1-The church and society; theologian R. Scott Appleby (recorded)
Hr. 2-"The Best of 1370 Connection" features two of the nation's jazz masters, Chick Corea and Sonny
Rollins, in revealing interviews (recorded)

Tue:
Hr. 1-A new year and a new County Legislature; a view from new minority leader Carla Palumbo
Hr. 2-Veteran Albany journalist Jay Gallagher on why things are breaking down in New York (live line)

Wed:
Hr. 1-Albany bureau correspondent Karen DeWitt joins us on live line to preview the State of the State
message (live line)
Hr.2-Pre-empted for live coverage of Gov. Pataki's final State of the State speech

Thu:
Hr. 1-Our "College of Collectible Knowledge" answers your questions on antiques
Hr. 2-Monroe County Bar Association President Jim Grossman and Judiciary Committee Chair Carolyn
Nussbaum; what to expect from the upcoming Alito confirmation hearings

Fri:
Guest host Brenda Tremblay devotes both hours to the arts; the focus is on literature and reading with author
Leander Watts, and officials from the Rochester Public Library

 

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