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The Roundtable
2:31 am
Tue May 27, 2008

Children's Museum (aired 5/23/08)

West Hartford, CT – Alan, Joe, and Julia regress - in a good way - and enjoy hearing about the Children's Museum.

The Roundtable
2:30 am
Tue May 27, 2008

Elizabeth Park Rose Garden (aired 5/23/08)

West Hartford, CT – Alan, Joe, and Julia learn about the rose garden in historic Elizabeth Park.

The Roundtable
2:29 am
Tue May 27, 2008

Charter Oak Students and Teachers (aired 5/23/08)

West Hartford, CT – Representatives from the 3rd and 5th grades join The Roundtable hosts.

The Roundtable
12:46 am
Tue May 27, 2008

David Rothenberg (aired 5/27/08)

Albany, NY – Joe and Julia speaks with musician, composer, author and philosopher-naturalist David Rothenberg.

The Roundtable
12:26 am
Tue May 27, 2008

Congressional Corner with Maurice Hinchey (2 of 3 - aired 5/27/08)

Albany, NY – Dr. Alan Chartock speaks with Congressman Maurice Hinchey. http://www.house.gov/hinchey/

The Roundtable
12:19 am
Tue May 27, 2008

Karen Adler - BBQ Queen (aired 5/27/08)

Albany, NY – As summer swings in with Memorial Day weekend just past, Katie Britton speaks with Karen Adler about barbecuing!

The Roundtable
12:15 am
Tue May 27, 2008

Book Picks (aired 5/27/08)

Albany, NY – Red Fox books gives us our must-have summer reads!

The Roundtable
12:06 am
Tue May 27, 2008

Congressional Corner with Chris Murphy (Hartford Special - aired 5/23/08)

West Hartford, CT – Congressman Chris Murphy joins Alan to talk about his district.

WAMC New York News
11:50 am
Mon May 26, 2008

Peak Oil and Off Grid

Kingston, NY – Over the past few years there's been a gradual change in attitude toward renewable energy. It's gone from science fiction to hybrid cars and solar powered city halls. Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett spoke with one scientist who fears it may be too little too late and people who are already disconnecting from western civilization.

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WAMC New York News
10:39 am
Mon May 26, 2008

Holocaust Survivor Remembers Auschwitz

Plattsburgh, NY – It has been just over 63 years since the most notorious concentration camp in history was liberated and survivors were able to tell the world of the atrocities that occurred at Auschwitz. More than a million-and-a-half men, women and children died in the crematoriums, and many of those who survived honor them by assuring that the world never forgets. North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley recently spoke to a man who survived the death camp and has written a book about his experiences.

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