The Roundtable

The Roundtable
2:01 am
Tue July 10, 2007

Julia Taylor and David Guistina speak with Ken Gloss 7-10

Albany, NY – Kenneth Goss is the proprietor of the nationally known Brattle Bookshop in downtown Boston and he's also been a featured expert on PBS' Antiques Roadshow.

www.brattlebookshop.com
www.gildedage.org

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The Roundtable
2:01 am
Tue July 10, 2007

Julia Taylor and David Guistina speak with Ken Gloss 7-10

Albany, NY – Kenneth Goss is the proprietor of the nationally known Brattle Bookshop in downtown Boston and he's also been a featured expert on PBS' Antiques Roadshow.

www.brattlebookshop.com
www.gildedage.org

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The Roundtable
1:58 am
Tue July 10, 2007

Joe Donahue speaks with Jeffrey Deaver 7-10

Albany, NY – Jeffrey Deaver has been called "a master of ticking time-bomb suspense" by People Magazine and has twenty thrillers under his belt, including The Bone Collector, which became a film starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie, and Maiden's Grave which became an HBO movie. Deaver's latest novel, The Sleeping Doll, investigates the ability to read and interpret body language as a crime solving tool.

The Sleeping Doll, by Jeffrey Deaver.
Published by Simon and Schuster.

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The Roundtable
1:14 am
Mon July 9, 2007

Tech Expert Jesse Feiler 7-9

Albany, NY – The congress recently released all of the earmark information from 2005, and our resident tech expert Jesse Feiler has compiled a searchable database using the information.

www.northcountryconsulting.com

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The Roundtable
1:09 am
Mon July 9, 2007

Listener Essayist Susan Thompson 7-9

Albany, NY – If you live in a city, it can be tough to find enough space to maintain a prosperous garden. Essayist Susan Thompson inverted a famous line from a Joni Mitchell song to make room for her garden, which she lovingly returns to each and every year.

The Roundtable
1:06 am
Mon July 9, 2007

Julia Taylor and Jen Nathan speak with LeRell Ross and Efrain Solis 7-9

Albany, NY – Imagine spending three full weeks studying chamber music or getting your hands dirty in the Connecticut wilds. That's what 86 teenagers from all walks of life are doing this summer at the Hotchkiss School, as part of their Summer Portals program. Julia Taylor and Jen Nathan took a drive out to Lakeville, Connecticut to meet two remarkable students and their teachers.

www.hotchkiss.org

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The Roundtable
1:00 am
Mon July 9, 2007

Joe Donahue speaks with Anne Perry 7-9

Albany, NY – Anne Perry's Victorian mysteries have established her as one of the world's best known and loved historical novelists. Not to be lazy, Perry has published not one, but two new books in her World War I series. In one month, both We Shall Not Sleep, and At Some Disputed Barricade have been published. Joe Donahue speaks with Perry about how she ended up writing two books in such a short period of time.

We Shall Not Sleep, by Anne Perry.
Published by Ballantine.

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The Roundtable
12:52 am
Mon July 9, 2007

Joe Donahue speaks with Michael Connelly 7-9

Albany, NY – When it comes to contemporary crime writers, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Michael Connelly is "quite simply one of the best." Connelly is the author of the Harry Bosch crime series and his thirteenth novel in that series is called The Overlook. And this book started out as a 16-part serial for The New York Times. It has been expanded and revised and Joe Donahue talked with Connelly about how he came to write The Overlook.

The Overlook, by Michael Connelly.
Published by Little, Brown.

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The Roundtable
1:53 am
Fri July 6, 2007

Steven Wood 7-6 Live from Tanglewood

Albany, NY – A Tanglewood experience could not be complete without a picnic. Steven Wood is here to instruct us in the art of picnic-packing. Wood is executive chef at Tanglewood, so he speaks with experience.

www.patinagroup.com

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The Roundtable
1:48 am
Fri July 6, 2007

Kristine Jepson 7-6 Live from Tanglewood

Albany, NY – Mezzo-soprano Kristine Jepson has performed all over the world, and tonight she will open the Tanglewood Season by performing A Midsummer Night's Dream with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and conductor James Levine.

www.tanglewood.org

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