Plattsburgh, NY – Plattsburgh State is Preparing for the campus' annual Holocaust Remembrance Week. The series of events occurs next week, with survivors and artists on campus discussing the legacy of the death camps. North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley talked to the organizer and to an artist presenting a unique look at the people of the Holocaust.
Buchanon, NY – Indian Point's operators say the plants completely back on line todoay, but yesterday's unplanned shutdown has reduced its margin for error, and reinforced the concerns of some local officials. Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett reports.
Albany, NY – Host Dr. Philip Stieg is joined by Dr. Benjamin Natelson, author of "Your Symptoms Are Real: What to Do When Your Doctor Says Nothing Is Wrong." Dr. Natelson describes the symptoms and treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia, two commonly misdiagnosed and misunderstood disorders. He also offers listeners tips on communicating with your doctor.
Albany, NY – Susan Jacoby takes on both the right and the left in her new book "The Age of American Unreason," an examination on the anti-intellectualism and anti-rationalism of modern American culture.
Albany, NY – Julia speaks with renown opera singer, Jessye Norman, about her work and her upcoming performance at the Paramount Center for the Arts. Norman will be performing Saturday April, 26, at 8pm at the Paramount Center for the Arts. For more information, visit www.paramountcenter.org.
Albany, NY – Katie speaks with Alix Strauss about her new book, "Have I Got a Guy for You: What Really Happens When Mom Fixes You Up". Strauss' book explores the at times comical situations when mothers try to set up their daughters on blind dates.
Albany, NY – WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, reports on climate change in the world. The melting glaciers in Antarctica and Greenland could cause sea levels to rise and flood coastal plains that could even lead to extinction of some species. Saldo discovers that the effects of climate change could hit close to home.