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WAMC New England News
2:19 am
Wed March 25, 2009

ART at Berkshire County ARC

Pat Hogan and Kathy work together to create a painting
ART at BCARC

Lee, Ma – Artistic Realization Technologies, or ART, helps artists with disabilities to create their works by pairing them with non-disabled artists that perform the physical work. WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief Charlie Deitz reports on an ART program at a Berkshire area day treatment facility

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WAMC New York News
2:11 am
Wed March 25, 2009

Equal Marriage Movement Has a New Ally

Hudson Valley, NY –

The newly announced support of NY's senior Senator for equal marriage rights is seen as more fuel for the movement to legalize same sex marriages in the state. Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett reports.

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The Roundtable
12:26 am
Wed March 25, 2009

Brad Gooch- Flannery (aired 3/25/09)

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with author Brad Gooch about his book "Flannery: A Life of Flannery O'Connor" in on of celebrating what would be Flannery O'Connors 84th birthday. The new biography chiefly explores her daily life through her writing.

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Congressional Corner
12:19 am
Wed March 25, 2009

Congressional Corner- Eric Sundwall Pt. 2 (aired 3/25/09)

Albany, NY – In today's Congressional Corner, Steve Felano is re-joined by New York Libertarian Party Chairman Eric Sundwall. They discuss his positions on the Federal Reserve, privacy issues, the national debt, and foreign policy.

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The Roundtable
12:15 am
Wed March 25, 2009

Listener Essay- Getting Dumped (aired 3/25/09)

Albany, NY – In today's listener essay, Donna Miller tells us about getting dumped.

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Women in Science on the Air
4:51 pm
Tue March 24, 2009

Her-Story, Then: Mileva Maric Einstein

Albany, NY – (1875-1948) SHE DIED ALONE AND PENNILESS. BUT SOME SCHOLARS SAY THIS LITTLE KNOWN SERBIAN WOMAN CONTRIBUTED TO THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY.

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Women in Science on the Air
4:51 pm
Tue March 24, 2009

Her-Story, Then: Alice Hamilton

Albany, NY – (1869-1970) ALLOWED TO OBSERVE LECTURES ON THE CONDITION THAT SHE 'MAKE HERSELF INCONSPICUOUS,' THIS PIONEER IN INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE EVENTUALLY ACHIEVE WIDESPREAD RECOGNITION AS A PROMINENT "MAN OF SCIENCE".

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Women in Science on the Air
4:50 pm
Tue March 24, 2009

Her-Story, Then: Elizabeth Fleischmann

Albany, NY – (1859?-1905) THIS BOOKKEEPER WAS TOO POOR TO FINISH HIGH SCHOOL. BUT IN 1896 SHE DEVELOPED HER OWN X-RAY EQUIPMENT. NINE YEARS LATER SHE WAS THE FINEST RADIOGRAPHER IN THE WORLD.

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Women in Science on the Air
4:50 pm
Tue March 24, 2009

Her-Story, Then: Marie Curie

Albany, NY – (1867-1934) WHEN THE FAMILY BUSINESS IS SCIENCE, DON'T BE SURPRISED TO FIND A FEW NOBEL PRIZES IN THE CLOSET. ONE OF POLAND'S FAVORITE DAUGHTERS WON TWO, AND HER DAUGHTER, ANOTHER.

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Women in Science on the Air
4:49 pm
Tue March 24, 2009

Her-Story, Then: Beatrix Potter

Albany, NY – (1866-1943) WHAT DO CUDDLY BUNNIES FLOPSY, MOPSY, COTTONTAIL AND PETER HAVE IN COMMON WITH FUNGUS AND ALGAE? ARTIST AND VICTORIAN NATURALIST BEATRIX POTTER.

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