Week of December 5-9, 2011

Week of December 5-9, 2011

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 12/5

Hr.1

Erica Rosenberg and Kirsten Pryor of the Center for Governmental Research discuss educational reform ideas now on the table in New York

Hr. 2

Graeme Russell of the international Rights Action organization, on the human rights situation in Central America (recorded)

 

Tuesday 12/6

Hr.1

Stan Main of Rochester MovieMakers discusses the independent film scene in upstate New York and the upcoming annual short film contest

Hr.2

Mitch Kaidy, Jack Foy and Bill Staats of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge discuss the upcoming 70th anniversary of the start of the Second World War and how it changed their lives, and the life of the nation

 

Wednesday 12/7

Hr. 1

Dick Dadey of the Citizens’ Union of New York on the upcoming battle over drawing New York’s political map and what it means to you as a voter

Hr. 2

Meet homeowner Fran Cosentino and some of the key people restoring his home—which happens to be Rochester’s only Frank Lloyd Wright designed home, and subject of an upcoming documentary on WXXI-TV and PBS nationwide

 

Thursday 12/8

Hr. 1

Canandaigua National chairman and former Federal Reserve Bank of NY board member George Hamlin and bank president Frank Hamlin discuss the current condition of the markets and the global financial system

Hr. 2

Drew Berry, the latest speaker in RIT’s “Visionaries in Motion” series

 

Friday 12/9

Frank Cegelski presents an Education Friday program

 

All programs live from our studio unless otherwise noted. This schedule is subject to change in response to breaking news; notice of any changes will be announced on-air and posted as soon as possible.

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