Week of October 8 - 12, 2012

Week of October 8 - 12, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 10/8

Hr. 1

The polls bring good news to some, not so good to others seeking office in our region; Steve Greenberg of Siena Research shares numbers on some surveys especially important to our area

Hr. 2

Jobless numbers bring a pleasant surprise…how should we interpret them and what do they say about the near future? Economist Kathy Bromley shares her analysis

 

 

Tuesday 10/9

Hr. 1

What kind of winter should we expect? Cornell University meteorologist Mark Wysocki tells us what’s literally in the wind for the months ahead

Hr. 2

MCC business professor and personal investment expert Joe Marchese looks at the markets and offers his advice on a winning investment strategy

 

Wednesday 10/10

Hr. 1

Business, health care and reform; how will they respond? We talk with senior executive Paul Speranza of Wegman’s and Wafe Norwood of the Finger Lakes Health Systems Association

Hr. 2

Domestic violence is a serious issue—we talk about the dimensions of it in our area with Janine Lucas and her team from the Alternatives for Battered Women organization

 

Thursday 10/11

Hr. 1

133rd Assembly District candidate Bill Nojay joins our series of electoral contenders in our continuing series of conversations with the candidates

Hr. 2

First portion of the hour; Prior to her appearance as part of the U of R’s Meliora Weekend, Katherine Hayles discusses issues raised by the growing impact of technology on communication, personal expression and our perception of life and the world

Second portion of the hour; Eastman Kodak Retirees Association President Art Roberts discusses the latest word on curtailment of retiree benefits under the Kodak bankruptcy proceeding

 

 

Friday 10/12 (Education Friday)

Frank Cegelski presents a two hour discussion with guests taking on issues in education at all levels. His first hour guest is Susan Pliner of Hobart & William Smith Colleges on the role of leadership at the collegiate level. Second hour we’ll meet New York State Teacher of the Year Gregory Ahlquist of Webster.

 

 

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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Abuse of men by women

I think abuse is not gender specific...your organization "by it's name" ignores a majority of victims. Men are also not likely to speak to others about their abuse or seek help so the problem. How about changing your organization to support both men and women, programs to help men remove themselves from abuse.