Week of October 15 - 19, 2012

Week of October 15 - 19, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 10/15

Hr. 1

Our series of conversations with candidates seeking your votes continues; 27th District Congressional hopeful Chris Collins

Hr. 2

The continuing crisis in HIV infections, especially in the minority community; we talk with the U of R’s Ed Brockenbrough, Bruce Small and Rev. Alicia Heath Toby

 

 

Tuesday 10/16

Hr. 1

One of the most successful entrepreneurs and philanthropists in modern Rochester history, Paychex founder Tom Golisano

Hr. 2

Former NPR Middle East correspondent Joyce Davis (recorded)

 

Wednesday 10/17

Hr. 1

Harvest time, and a fall foliage scorecard, from our garden, tree and lawn experts Greg Frank and Mike Tanzini

Hr. 2

Continuing our conversations with the candidates, we talk with Congresswoman Louise Slaughter about the decisions that must soon be made on Capitol Hill

 

Thursday 10/18

Hr. 1

Michael Winship, senior writer and producer for Bill Moyers’ PBS series Moyers  and Company, speaks with us in advance of his weekend lecture at FLCC

Hr. 2

Joni Monroe and Roger Brown of the Rochester Regional Community Design Center unveil the winners of this year’s community design awards and discuss the issues the community faces today as it seeks renewal

 

Friday 10/19

Hr. 1

Award winning TV and film actress Mimi Kennedy returns to Rochester next week, and even before she arrives, joins us on the line from Hollywood for a special 1370 Connection

Hr.2

1-1:30pm Active transportation
The Rochester Cycling Alliance continues to push for a more active transportation model for Rochester.
Gusts: Dr. Scott MacRae and Erick Frisch, City of Rochester transportation office.
 
1:30-2pm Meningitis/Steroid shot
The latest on the outbreak of fungal meningitis related to steroid shots.
Guest: Dr. Ed Walsh, infectious disease expert.

 

Education expert Ken Saltman, originally scheduled to appear on the 18th in the first hour, will be heard instead on Tuesday 10/23 in the second 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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