Week of April 8 - 12, 2013

Week of April 8 - 12, 2013

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 4/8

Hr. 1

Joan Roby Davison,  veteran community activist and social service professional, discusses what she saw at recent city budget hearings

Hr. 2

Scandal visits the State Legislature again; we talk about possible reforms with Bill Mahoney, legislative director of the NT Public Interest Research Group

 

Tuesday 4/9

Hr. 1

Author Barbara Garson, whose latest book Down The Up Escalator discusses the experiences of the 99% of Americans not among the privileged

Hr. 2

U of R education professor David Hursh joins us along with several aspiring educators now studying for the field, to discuss trends which may discourage effective teaching

 

Wednesday 4/10

Hr. 1

Nazareth College foreign policy expert Sharon Murphy on America’s possible responses to North Korean saber-rattling

Hr. 2

Meet filmmaker and communications expert Carvin Eison of SUNY Brockport and Rochester Community Television

 

Thursday 4/11

Hr. 1

Teacher and author Mary Skvorak, author of Resistant Students; Reach Me Before You Teach Me

Hr. 2

The Best of 1370 Connection; memorable conversations with Julio Iglesias and the late Mel Torme (recorded)

 

Friday 4/12-Education Friday (first hour)

Hr. 1

Frank Cegelski looks at the reference resources available at the Eastman School of Music (recorded)

Hr. 2

Bob Smith discusses consumer sentiment in NY with the Siena Research Institute’s founding director Dr. Douglas Lonnstrom, joining us live on the line from the Capital District

 

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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