Week of December 19-23, 2011

Week of December 19-23, 2011

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 12/19

Hr. 1

Don Levy, director of the Siena Research Institute, discusses a new report examining New Yorkers’ engagement in civic issues

Hr. 2

Ohio State University security and foreign policy professor John Mueller (formerly of the U of R) joins us on the line to discuss the impact of Kim Jong-Il’s passing on the security of our Far Eastern allies and trade partners


Tuesday 12/20

Hr. 1

Business and technology analyst John Larish examines Kodak’s future, and Innovation Trail reporter Zach Seward shares his findings on Kodak’s recently announced change of direction

Hr. 2

Col. Jim McDonough, executive director of the Veterans’ Outreach Center, examines the needs of returning vets as America’s involvement in Iraq officially comes to an end


Wednesday 12/21

Hr. 1

We speak with members of the leadership team of “Let New York Work” pushing for major mandate relief, including representatives of the NY State Mayors’ Conference, NY State School Boards Association, NY State Council of School Superintendents and the Business Council

Hr. 2

NO SHOW-pre-empted so we can present the special holiday program “Hanukkah Lights”


Thursday 12/22

Hr. 1

International policy analyst Sharon Murphy of Nazareth College discusses what may be next now that America’s engagement in the Iraq conflict is officially ended

Hr. 2

A conversation with new NPR chief executive Gary Knell (recorded); then, a conversation with the pioneer of crime scene investigation, Dr. Henry Lee (recorded)


Friday 12/23

NO SHOW-pre-empted so we can present the holiday special “Tinsel Tales”


Live 1370 Connection programming will resume on Tuesday, December 27


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12/20 program

will you have the first hour of the program available as a podcast?


re: 12/20 program


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Steve Dawe