Albany, NY – The ethical and moral debates surrounding prostitution are complex. Even films give us mixed messages about the business - providing glamorous roles for actors like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman to the less-sympathetic character played by a puffy, almost unrecognizable Charlize Theron in Monster.
Boston, MA – Voters in Massachusetts may be allowed to register to vote on Election Day in November. Lawmakers hope to debate a bill allowing same-day voter registration in the coming weeks. More from WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo;
Albany, NY – Julia speaks with Jon Bowermaster about climate change. Bowermaster, an editor, writer and filmaker for National Geographic, set out on an adventure to see the problems of global warming in Antarctica.
Albany, NY – Julia and David speak with the director of the Poughkeepsie Day School James Earl Jones Theatre, Margot Whitcomb, about the play, "The Yellow Boat". Writer David Sore wrote this play to commemorate the death of his son Benjamin, who died of AIDS.
Albany, NY – Joe speaks with former San Fransisco mayor, Willie Brown, about his new book, "Basic Brown: My Life and Our Times". This book explores a personal view inside public policy making from this powerful politician.
Albany, NY – Joe speaks with author, Michael Beschloss, about his book, "Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America 1789- 1989". This leading presidential historian talks about past and present presidential politics.
Albany, NY – The controversial project to run a 200 mile long power line through central New York is now projected to cost more than two billion dollars. Yet the developer claims it will still lower electricity costs. Susan Barnett reports.