Week of September 3 - 7, 2012

Week of September 3 - 7, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests (updated)

Monday 9/3

Hr. 1

WXXI News sends “Postcards from Camp”—Bob Smith and LeShea Agnew host as the WXXI News team reports on what young Rochesterians were doing this summer. Plus, a conversation with journalist Tom Wilber about the “fracking” issue

Hr. 2

NO SHOW—we present a Labor Day special from NPR

 

Tuesday 9/4

Hr. 1

Rochester hosts an international conference on electronic games…meet RIT’s Stephen Jacobs and his colleagues as they prepare to welcome the IEEE’s annual conference on the games so many of us play

Hr. 2

A conversation with scholar Tom Muldoon about the place of religion in the lives of younger Americans (recorded)

 

Wednesday 9/5

Hr. 1

Local producer Chris Wilmot prepares to unveil a series of new independent film projects

Hr. 2

Rochester’s annual book fair approaches; book enthusiasts and fair organizers John Perry Smith and Jeff Marks join us

 

Thursday 9/6

Hr. 1

Antiques and collectibles experts Jack Wanderman and Yvonne Jordan join us as we convene the College of Collectible Knowledge

Hr. 2

The Rochester Regional Community Design Center looks to recognize people who have contributed to the livability of our community; we talk with the center’s Joni Monroe and Roger Brown

 

Friday 9/7-Arts Friday

Hr. 1

Headlining the cast of Geva’s production of You Can’t Take It With You, we meet award winning television and film star and author Robert Vaughn

Hr. 2

We look at what’s going on internationally on the independent stage; a report from GeVa’s Sean Daniels

 

The innovation trail program about hydrofracking originally scheduled for the second hour on 9/4/has been postponed to a later date TBA.

 

 

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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