Albany, NY – This week's show is 868. Listeners can
purchase a cassette copy by calling 1-800-323-9262.
There is a :30 promo at the end of the program.
Mary Darcy and Jeanne Neff review some of the news stories you may have missed.
Tracy Drain is an engineer who helped build the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. As the orbiter approaches the red planet, we listen in on an audio diary Tracy recorded while working on the project.
This audio diary project is made possible by the National Science Foundation
Mary looks back on events that happened in March in women's history.
Tandaleya Wilder reviews the latest in women's sports.
In the artists spotlight, singer/songwriter Barbara Bailey Hutchison.
30 Second Promo
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Satellite feed: Friday, March 3rd 1100-1129,
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"51 Percent" is produced by WAMC with
support from Russell Sage College, the
college for women in Troy, New York
and her sister colleges in the Sage Colleges
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