Katie Britton

Program and Outreach Director

Katie grew up in Poughkeepsie, NY and is a graduate of the University at Albany.  Aside from overseeing the programming, she also is in charge of the WAMC Internship Program, and community outreach. Her voice can be heard on The Roundtable & National Productions. Katie is also the baker in residence and showers the newsroom with cakes & pies.

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The Roundtable
10:35 am
Wed February 13, 2013

Stefan Bachmann - The Peculiar

Stefan Bachmann has been named one of the Huffington Post’s 18 Under 18: List Of The Most Amazing Young People Of The Year in 2012, which included Malala Yousafzai, and Gabby Douglas. And it’s with good reason; he’s accomplished an incredible amount in his 19 years. Not only did he have his first book, The Peculiar published, but he also wrote a symphony to accompany it, and attends the Zurich Conservatory in Switzerland.  WAMC's Katie Britton spoke with Bachmann about the novel, and his accomplishments.

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WAMC News
4:38 pm
Fri February 1, 2013

Hurricane Sandy

As Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast, our news team stayed on air from 4PM - 10PM reporting on the havoc the storm was creating in our listening area. This is from our 6PM news show Northeast Report Late Edition.

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WAMC News
4:21 pm
Fri February 1, 2013

Northeast Report Late Edition 10/18/12

This show featured:

Daniel Robison on police health study

Lucas Willard: Mass Creative new lobby efforts

Dave Lucas: Bread-Alone helps stimulate Hudson Valley economy

Pat Bradley: Mission of Hope Receives Entire Nursing Home Contents for Nicaragua Poverty Project

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The Roundtable
10:35 am
Wed January 30, 2013

Gayle Forman - Just One Day

Fall in love with Gayle Forman all over again.

Readers were enthralled with Gayle Forman’s If I Stay books, and now she’s captivated them again as they fall in love with her characters in Just One Day. It’s the first of a duo, and in it we’re brought into a world of Shakespeare, borrowed identities, and the crushing and exhilarating experience of first love found and lost.

You can meet Gayle Forman Sunday, Feb. 3rd  at Oblong Books in Rhinebeck NY. 

The Roundtable
11:18 am
Mon January 28, 2013

Natasha Solomons - The House at Tyneford

In Natasha Solomons’ novel The House at Tyneford, we’re brought into the Downtown Abbey-esque

upstairs/downstairs world of England at the beginning of World War II. Our main character Elise escapes Nazi occupied Vienna to Tyneford as a parlor maid, and we see the barriers begin to crumble between the floors, and how the small town and house hold struggles to stay afloat.

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The Roundtable
11:12 am
Tue January 22, 2013

Susane Colasanti - Keep Holding On

As a teenager author Susane Colasanti was bullied by her peers and didn’t have anyone to turn to for help.

Since then she has decided to use her experiences as a base for her novel Keep Holding On, where we learn that it does get better, it’s ok to let your freak flag fly, and help is available if you mutter the courage to ask for help.

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The Roundtable
11:45 am
Fri January 18, 2013

Morgan Rhodes - Falling Kingdoms

Most people know Morgan Rhodes as paranormal romance novelist Michelle Rowen.  But under this pen name Rhodes has launched another successful series with her novel Falling Kingdoms. In this Game of Thrones-esque  high fantasy, Rhodes has created a world that’s raging with war, deceit, spoiled royals, and a populous needing little to spark a revolution.

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The Roundtable
12:05 pm
Wed January 16, 2013

Abigail Dodge - Mini Treats & Hand-Held Sweets

Credit Abby Dodge

There’s just something about having that perfect single serving of sweet goodness in a neat package, like a cupcake. But if you’re sick of the same old cupcakes and cookies, and want to add some spice to your desserts, we have the perfect cookbook for you. Abigail Johnson Dodge has created some delectable recipes for her book Mini Treats & Hand-held Sweets.

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The Roundtable
11:10 am
Mon January 14, 2013

Jack Bishop - The Science of Good Cooking

Cook's Illustrated's The Science of Good Cooking

In the past decade a resurgence has occurred in the family home, as more people have become foodies and broadened their palates as they experiment with newly available ingredients. Jack Bishop is the editorial  director of America’s Test Kitchen, and has helped put together everything we’ve wanted to know about The Science of Good Cooking to make sure those newly tweaked recipes are up to snuff. WAMC's Katie Britton spoke about the new cookbook, and how just because he’s an editorial director, doesn’t means he’s not hands-on in the kitchen.

The Roundtable
11:12 am
Tue January 8, 2013

Will Schwalbe - The End of Your Life Book Club

When Will Schwalbe’s mother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer life for her family and friends didn’t come to a stop, but morphed into something even more beautiful. Her compassion towards others never faltered, her grown children learned more about themselves and her, and a bond solidified as Will and his mother unconsciously formed The End of Your Life Book Club.

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