Week of July 30 - August 3, 2012

Week of July 30 - August 3, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

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

Monday 7/30

Hr. 1

Barb Van Kerkhove and Ruhi Maker of the Empire Justice Center on whether minorities are overpaying when they take real estate loans

Hr. 2

Are we frustrated with a lack of civility in this year’s campaigning? Analyst and pollster Dr. Lee Miringoff of the Marist Institute shares the results of the latest surveys; plus, a conversation with novelist Tim O’Brien (recorded)

 

Tuesday 7/31

Hr. 1

Are local and state governments short on cash as tax revenues reflect a slack economy—or are things improving? Lucy Dadayan of the Rockefeller Institute at SUNY Albany shares the latest finding; plus, a conversation with playwright Spencer Christiano, whose play To My Friends, about the life and death of George Eastman, will be staged this weekend at the MUCCC.

Hr. 2

MCC Business Professor Joe Marchese answers your questions on money management and investment strategy

 

Wednesday 8/1

Hr. 1

Laura Speer, associate director of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, shares a new report on how well children are faring educationally and economically at a time of sluggish recovery—it shows New York well down on the list among the states

Hr. 2

Kodak’s reaching a crucial stage with its upcoming patent auction—how did it get to this pass? Business analyst John Larish examines that question in his forthcoming book Out of Focus and shares his findings now

 

Thursday 8/2

Hr. 1

The College of Collectible Knowledge is convened to answer your questions about your antiques

Hr. 2

Pat Esswein, associate editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, on why Rochester ranks as one of the five best cities in America to raise a family

 

Friday 8/3 (Arts Friday)

Hr. 1

Meet producing director Mark Cuddy and his team from GeVa Theater, and get a preview of the upcoming season

Hr. 2

Brenda Tremblay interviews Eastman School professor emeritus Donald Hunsberger, noted conductor and contributor to the development of the modern wind ensemble, as he celebrates his 80th birthday (recorded)

 

Recorded programming may be replaced with live content, and rescheduled, on short notice.

 

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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