Albany, NY – Julia speaks with Sally Ride about why young girls in upper elementary and high school lose interest in science, despite their aptitude. Ride has given lectures throughout the country and has realized that this issue occurs at the grassroots level.
Albany, NY – Wildlife documentary show host of Wild America, Marty Stauffer, speaks with the Roundtable's producer, Andy Clegg, about how his childhood in Arkansas inspired his work. For more information, visit www.wildamerica.org.
Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Paul Zaloom who will be performing Beakman Live at Proctors this week in Schenectady. Beakman Live is based on the Emmy winning educational television show for children that features wacky science demonstrations. For more information, visit www.proctors.org.
Albany, NY – Author James Howard Kunstler, joins The Roundtable to speak about his book, "World Made By Hand", which is the Book Club's April book pick. Kunstler's book explores what our world would be like without oil.