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9:06 am
Wed April 2, 2008

Book Picks- Northshire Bookstore, VT (aired 4/ 1/08)

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with a book seller from Northshire Bookstore in this week's book nook. They discuss poetry picks in honor of National Poetry Month. Northshire Bookstore is located in Manchester, VT. For more information about this bookstore and the book picks, visit www.northshire.com.

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1:46 am
Wed April 2, 2008

Culinary Corner- Classic Scone (aired 4/2/08)

Albany, NY – Heidi Hoyt of Black Diamond Caterers in Saratoga Springs, NY bakes classic scones with the Roundtable's associate producer Sarah LaDuke.

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12:35 am
Wed April 2, 2008

Congressional Corner with David Hawking, Editor of Congressional Quarterly (aired 4/2/08) 1 of 3

Albany, NY – In today's Congressional Corner, Alan speaks with the editor of the Congressional Quarterly, David Hawking, about the current state of the Democratic candidates as well as check in with the presumptive Republican candidate John McCaine. April 22 marks the date of the Pennsylvania primaries, but it may not settle the race between Clinton and Obama.

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12:16 am
Wed April 2, 2008

Listener Essay by Mary Jo Hebert (aired 4/2/08)

Albany , NY – Mary Jo Hebert's listener essay captures the struggles and rewards in caring for an ill loved one.

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12:10 am
Wed April 2, 2008

Mary Cuffe Perez and Nancy Caparulo (aired 4/2/08)

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Mary Cuffe Perez and Nancy Caparulo about their Quilt Story Project that they have created. The Quilt Story Project collects poems from the community and turns them into a one page poem that gets performed in Saratoga County and beyond, put into book form and is a way to record history and preserve culture.

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12:02 am
Wed April 2, 2008

Bard's Eye View- Paul Elisha with Barbara Unger (aired 4/2/08)

Albany, NY – In today's Bard's Eye View, Paul Elisha speaks with Barbara Unger about her newest work of poetry, "The Origin of the Milky Way". Barbara Unger is a poet and professor at St. Rose College and her poetry has appeared in some of the most prestigious publications.

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The Roundtable
10:59 am
Tue April 1, 2008

Liza Donnelly, Barbara Smaller and Victoria Roberts (aired 4/1/08)

Albany, NY – Joe and Selma speak with Liza Donnelly, Barbara Smaller and Victoria Roberts about their book, "Sex and Sensibility: Ten Women Examine the Lunacy of Modern Love...in 200 Cartoons". These New Yorker cartoonist discuss the craziness of modern love.

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8:53 am
Tue April 1, 2008

Ilene Marder and Carla Smith (aired 4/1/08)

Albany, NY – Ilene Marder and Carla Smith of the Woodstock Arts Consortium join the Roundtable to talk about the 8 day art extravaganza! Beginning April 5, the Woodstock Arts Consortium will host the Woodstock Taste of the Arts, featuring food, entertainment and various types of art. For more information, visit www.woodstockartsconsortium.com.

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1:05 am
Mon March 31, 2008

Gloria Steinem (aired 3/31/08)

Albany , NY – Joe speaks with Gloria Steinem about the significance of the New York State Pay Coalition's upcoming Gloria Steinem for Fair Pay Day that will occur this Wednesday April, 2 in Albany. Steinem is an American feminist icon, journalist, founder of Ms. Magazine and women's rights activist. Joe and Steinem discuss the need for equal pay among men and women and the inequalities that still exist between the two sexes.

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12:58 am
Mon March 31, 2008

Bill James (aired 3/31/08)

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with the stats king, Bill James, about how he came to write his new book, "Bill James Gold Mine 2008". James uses scientific data to analyze and predict which baseball team will win and lose.

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