The Roundtable

The Roundtable
1:18 pm
Mon May 17, 2004

Congressional Corner with NHs Charlie Bass 4/04

Albany, NY – Republican Charlie Bass, who served under both Bush and Clinton on the Intelligence Committee, joins Alan to discuss the 9-11 Hearings and Condaleeza Rice's testimony. The conversation moves on to OPEC, the price of fuel and NH Governor Benson's departure from the adminidstration regarding the re-importation of prescription drugs. (24:00 mins)

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2:09 pm
Fri May 14, 2004

Cal Ripken - Part 2

Albany, NY – This is the seceond part of Joe Donahue's interview with baseball legend, Cal Ripken.

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12:29 pm
Fri May 14, 2004

Brian Lamb - Booknotes: On American Character, Pt. 2

Albany, NY – In the second part of Joe Donahue's 2-part interview with Brian Lamb, they talk about C-Span, his new Booknotes book on American Character and Joe began by asking his if the success over the past 25-years of C-SPAN has surprised him.

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The Roundtable
9:37 am
Fri May 14, 2004

Brian Lamb - Booknotes: On American Character, Pt. 1

Albany, NY – Brian Lamb, the CEO of C-SPAN and host of Booknotes, has interviewed 765 authors on the program, and these deep and wide-ranging interviews have been the basis for three bestselling Booknotes books.

Now, in a new collection, Booknotes: On American Character, Lamb has selected seventy original pieces that reveal something about America: the nation's people, history, and character. WAMC's Joe Donahue spoke with Brian Lamb, in the first of a 2-part interview, about how the book came about.

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The Roundtable
9:29 am
Fri May 14, 2004

Cal Ripken - Part 2

Albany, NY – This is the seceond part of Joe Donahue's interview with baseball legend, Cal Ripken.

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The Roundtable
3:20 pm
Wed May 5, 2004

Roundtable: Why I Am a Muslim - Azma Gull Hasan

Albany, NY – Did you know that after 9/11 there were Muslim peace marches in the US? Or that Islam and the US share some very basic values, like a belief in democracy? First generation American Azma Hasan wanted to inform her fellow Americans about her religion and its culture, and wrote, "Why I Am A Muslim". According to Hasan, women's rights are deeply rooted in Islam. Susan Arbetter asked her how it is then, that in many countries, Muslim women are treated as 2nd class citizens...

The Roundtable
12:26 pm
Fri April 30, 2004

Congressional Corner with New York's John McHugh 3/04

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12:57 pm
Mon April 26, 2004

Craig Unger - House of Bush House of Saud

Albany, NY – Craig Unger's new book rigorously details how the personal fortunes of both Bush administrations have been entwined with the ruling family of Saudi Arabia.

Unger, who is the former deputy editor of the New York Observer, and former editor of Boston Magazine, also questions the current Bush administration's decision to allow over 140 Saudi citizens to fly out of the US 2 days after 9/11 when American air traffic was shut down.
Susan Arbetter asked Unger what happened on September 13, 2001.

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The Roundtable
3:58 pm
Sat March 27, 2004

Congressional Corner with NY's Sherwood Boehlert 2/04

Albany, NY – New York Republican Sherwood Boehlert joins Alan in the Congressional Corner in a series of discussions including such topics as Boehlert's recent trip to the middle east as a member of the Select Committee on Intelligence and spending at NASA.

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4:17 pm
Thu March 25, 2004

Congressional Corner with NY's Michael McNulty 2/04

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