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 1 of 3)
Albany, NY – You can't talk truckin' movies without paying homage to Convoy. This classic 70s flick - full of sex, crime, and high speed chases - paints a picture of truck drivers as freewheeling outlaws who play by their own rules.
Albany, NY – The Roundtable hosts speak with Tom Mercer, Penny Perkins and Paul Rapp, creators of the film UnCivil Liberties. The film explores a hypothetical future where the government has increased access to personal information.
Albany, NY – The Roundtable hosts speak with Jane Eye-Say, author of Walking on Eggshells: Navigating the Delicate Relationship Between Adult Children and their Parents. They spoke about the book, and how to to deal with what can be a difficult relationship.
Albany, NY – James Warhola, nephew of Andy Warhol, recently completed a children's book on his famous uncle, entitled Uncle Andy's: A faabbbulous visit with Andy Warhol. He spoke to the Roundtable hosts about the book and his life.
Albany, NY – Environmental activists Daryl Hannah and Ed Begley Jr. spoke with the Roundtable's hosts just prior to attending an environmental expo in Saratoga, NY. The celebrity activists discuss how consumers can be more environmentally conscious.
Albany,NY – Walter Reed is only one facet of a much larger issue. On Saturday, April 10, a conference was held in Springfield, Mass. on the medical consequences of the war in Iraq. Conference attendees Dr. John Pastore and Major Jaime Perez discuss their experiences with the military healthcare system.
Albany, NY – CNN journalist Soledad O'Brien is coming to Union College in Schenectady to speak about diversity on television, behind the scenes, and in our lives.
Joe and David ask her about her time as co-host of CNN's American Morning and her new position with CNN's Special Investigations Unit. Then they delve into the heady issue of how to create and maintain diversity, both in the newsroom and in our communities.