Albany, NY – The Roundtable hosts speak with Dr. Morton Meyers, author of Happy Accidents: Serendipity in Modern Medical Breakthroughs- When Scientists Find What They're NOT Looking For. They discuss the phenomenon of unexpected epiphanies in science.
Albany, NY – The Roundtable hosts speak to Pam Mertz, member of the College of St. Rose's Fluency Council and the National Stuttering Association. Pam seeks to dispel some of the misconceptions about stuttering, and discuss some of the treatment options.
Albany, NY – Listener essayist Kathrun Allen hasn"t always seen eye-to-eye with her Mom but they've come to respect and understand each other over the years. She tells us how a traumatic experieence brought her and her mother closer together.
Albany, NY – SHARE is a national hotline dedicated to making support and understanding, as well as information, available to women who recieve a cancer diagnosis. Roundtable hosts Susan Arbetter and Selma Kaplan speak with three women involved with the hotline.
Albany, NY – The Roundtable's Joe Donahue speaks with New York Congressman Charles Rangel about his new memoir,"And I Haven't Had a Bad Day Since." Rangel speaks about topics ranging from his childhood in Harlem to his Chairmanship of the House ways and Means Committee. (Part 3 of 3)