The Roundtable

The Roundtable
8:29 am
Mon February 26, 2007

Joe Donahue's Interview with Frank Luntz

Albany, NY – Joe Donahue spoke with Frank Luntz about his new book - Words That Work: It's Not What You Say, It's What People Hear, published by Hyperion Press.

The Roundtable
3:00 am
Wed February 21, 2007

Rembrandt Meets Paris at the Hyde

Albany, NY – What do Rembrandt and Paris have in common? This Dutch master's etchings and a series of Parisian prints currently share the same room at the Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, New York. Joe and David speak with director Randall Suffolk and curator Erin Coe about this unlikely pair.

www.hydecollection.org

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The Roundtable
2:50 am
Wed February 21, 2007

Congressional Corner with CT's Chris Murphy 2/21, 2/22, 2/23

Albany, NY – Connecticut's Chris Murphy joins Alan Chartock in the Congressional Corner to discuss his committee assignments, the role of lobbyists, and the war in Iraq.

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The Roundtable
2:41 am
Wed February 21, 2007

Mr. President Exhibit at the UAlabany Museum

Albany, NY – Watching television or looking through the paper, you may think that the only way to celebrate President's Week is to look for a new car or attend a matress sale.

We have another suggestion for you. How about attending the Mr. President exhibit at the University at Albany Art Museum. Joe Donahue and David Guistina speak with museum director Janet Riker and co-curator Corinna Ripps Schaming.

www.albany.edu/museum

The Roundtable
12:23 am
Tue February 20, 2007

Joe Donahue's interview with Kurt Vonnegut 2/20/07

Albany, NY – Kurt Vonnegut died at the age of 84 on April 11th, 2007. A few weeks prior to his death, Joe Donahue spoke with him about his new book of essays A Man Without a Country, published by Random House.

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The Roundtable
7:28 am
Thu February 15, 2007

Bard College's Hungarian Reunion

Albany, NY – In 1956, 300 Hungarian freedom fighter refugees arrived at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, fresh from the Hungarian Revolution.

To commemorate their fight for freedom, Bard is hosting a reuion for students, their families, and faculty members.

Susan spoke about the revolution and its aftermath with former refugees Laszlo Bito, Ferenc Novak, and reunion organizer Susan Gillespie.

http://hungary56.bard.edu

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The Roundtable
7:13 am
Thu February 15, 2007

Sexuality and Spirituality Roundtable 2/14/07

Albany, NY – Has sexual freedom in America gone too far? We ask you to weigh in, along with our panel of experts:

Reverend Debra Haffner - The Director of the Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing. www.religiousinstitute.org

Rabbi Rena Blumenthal - Assistant Director of the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and Rose and Irving Rachlin Advisor to Jewish Students at Vassar College.

Reverend Jim Bridges - Minister to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Rock Tavern, NY and the UU Fellowship of the Poconos in Stroudsburg, PA.

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The Roundtable
1:06 am
Thu February 15, 2007

Congressional Corner with NY's Michael Arcuri 2/15, 2/16, 2/20

Albany, NY – New York's Michael Arcuri joins Alan Chartock in the Congressional Corner to discuss his committee assignments, the war in Iraq, and his hopes for alternative energy development.

The Roundtable
11:22 am
Wed February 14, 2007

Importance of Black History Month 2/13/07

Albany, NY – February is Black History Month. We're joined by Paul Finkelman, Professor of Law and Public Policy at Albany Law School, to talk about the importance of this month.

Professor Finkelman is the author of dozens of books and scholarly articles on Constitutional Law, American legal history, civil rights, civil liberties, race relations, and American slavery.

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