The Roundtable

The Roundtable
1:05 am
Thu July 12, 2007

Listener Essayist Valerie DeLaCruz 7-12

Albany, NY – Women aren't the only ones who get older. Listener essayist Valerie DeLaCruz asks the question, "What happened to Tom Petty and Me?"

The Roundtable
1:03 am
Thu July 12, 2007

Julia Taylor and David Guistina speak with Maggie Cahill, Elizabeth Doran, and Nancy Slusser 7-12

Albany, NY – Menopause the Musical uses four female characters to explore the changes women face as they age. Producing Artistic Director Maggie Cahill, brand new Managing Director Elizabeth Doran and actress Nancy Slusser discuss Capital Repertory Theatre's production of Menopause the Musical.

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The Roundtable
12:53 am
Thu July 12, 2007

51% Preview 7-12

Albany, NY – This week's show focuses on West Point, which has accepted a record number of women in its entering class. We hear from Mindy Kimball who graduated from West Point in 1966, and has stayed beyond her 5-year military service commitment.

The Roundtable
12:49 am
Thu July 12, 2007

Julia Taylor and David Guistina speak with Akiko Busch 7-12

Albany, NY – Author and journalist Akiko Busch swam across eight of the country's largest rivers in preparation for her recent book Nine Ways to Cross a River.

Nine Ways to Cross a River, by Akiko Busch.
Published by Bloomsbury.

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The Roundtable
1:15 am
Wed July 11, 2007

Joe Donahue speaks with Anya Kamenetz 7-11

Albany, NY – Anya Kamenetz is the author of the book Generation Debt: Why Now Is A Terrible Time To Be Young. She speaks with Joe Donahue about how she came to this subject.

Generation Debt: Why Now Is A Terrible Time To Be Young, by Anya Kamenetz.
Published by Riverhead.

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The Roundtable
1:07 am
Wed July 11, 2007

Listener Essayist Eve Ogden Schaub 7-11

Albany, NY – Listener Essayist Eve Ogden Schaub tells us how she really feels about themed art shows.

The Roundtable
1:03 am
Wed July 11, 2007

Health Show Preview 7-11

Albany, NY – Many of us believe that as we age we will inevitably become frail, tethered to walkers or bound to wheel chairs...probably in a state of despair or depression. But new research reveals that chronically sedentary elders, even frail ones, who begin to exercise, will not only gain certain mobility, but their depression may lift. The Health Show's frequent contributor Jacqueline Froelich is taking a five part look at elder mental health. Here is her first report.

The Roundtable
12:59 am
Wed July 11, 2007

Joe Donahue speaks with Connie Schultz 7-11

Albany, NY – Connie Schultz has just written the book "...And His Lovely Wife: A Memoir From the Woman Beside the Man" about what it was like to give up her Pulitzer Prize winning column for the Cleveland Plain Dealer to jump to her husband's campaign for US Senate. The book gives a look into the rigors, adrenaline joys, and madness of a new marriage at midlife and campaigning with her husband who is now the Junior Senator from Ohio.

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The Roundtable
12:53 am
Wed July 11, 2007

Joe Donahue speaks with Jed Perl 7-11

Albany, NY – Jed Perl is the author of the book New Art City: Manhattan at Mid-Century, in which he focuses on aspects of the emergence of modern art.

New Art City: Manhattan at Mid-Century. By Jed Perl.
Published by Vintage.

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The Roundtable
3:55 am
Tue July 10, 2007

Congressional Corner with John Hall

Albany, NY – In this Congressional Corner, New York's John Hall speaks with Alan about energy independence, Veteran's Affairs, and the Climate Change Mitigation Act.

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