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WAMC/Northeast Public Radio is a regional public radio network serving parts of seven northeastern states. These include New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Jersey, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. Stations and translators are in twenty locations throughout the region. Alan Chartock is President and CEO of the network. Our studios and offices are located at 318 Central Avenue in Alba

WAMC/Northeast Public Radio is a regional public radio network serving parts of seven northeastern states. These include New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Jersey, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. Stations and translators are in twenty locations throughout the region. Alan Chartock is President and CEO of the network. Our studios and offices are located at 318 Central Avenue in Alba

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01/10/2022
The Media Project #1597 - Alan, Rosemary, Judy, Rex

ICYMI: The Media Project panel talks about how the media should cover the threat to democracy in America, a listener letter about storm coverage, and much more. Alan Chartock https://bit.ly/WAMCMP1597

(Airs 01/09/22 @ 6 p.m. & 01/10/22 @ 3 p.m.) The Media Project is an inside look at media coverage of current events with WAMC’s CEO Alan Chartock, former Times Union Editor Rex Smith, former Editor of the Daily Gazette and Vice President for Editorial Development for the New York Press Associatio...

ICYMI The Best Of Our Knowledge #1633: We hear the story about a lesser known casualty of the Jim Crow south: Clinton Me...
01/09/2022

ICYMI The Best Of Our Knowledge #1633: We hear the story about a lesser known casualty of the Jim Crow south: Clinton Melton. To hear more visit: https://bit.ly/3b23cpZ (Photo: Everett Collection Historical / Alamy Stock Photo)

ICYMI The Best Of Our Knowledge #1633: We hear the story about a lesser known casualty of the Jim Crow south: Clinton Melton. To hear more visit: https://bit.ly/3b23cpZ (Photo: Everett Collection Historical / Alamy Stock Photo)

ICYMI The Legislative Gazette #2201: On Tuesday, New York Congressman Paul Tonko recounted his experiences inside the Ho...
01/09/2022

ICYMI The Legislative Gazette #2201: On Tuesday, New York Congressman Paul Tonko recounted his experiences inside the House Gallery during the January 6th U.S. Capitol siege last year. To hear this story and more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: Zoom Screenshot/WAMC)

ICYMI The Legislative Gazette #2201: On Tuesday, New York Congressman Paul Tonko recounted his experiences inside the House Gallery during the January 6th U.S. Capitol siege last year. To hear this story and more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: Zoom Screenshot/WAMC)

ICYMI The Book Show #1746: New York Times bestselling author Judi Picoult discusses her new novel, “Wish You Were Here,”...
01/08/2022

ICYMI The Book Show #1746: New York Times bestselling author Judi Picoult discusses her new novel, “Wish You Were Here,” about the resilience of the human spirit in a moment of crisis. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/39ndC2X (Photo: Ballantine Books)

ICYMI The Book Show #1746: New York Times bestselling author Judi Picoult discusses her new novel, “Wish You Were Here,” about the resilience of the human spirit in a moment of crisis. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/39ndC2X (Photo: Ballantine Books)

ICYMI The Legislative Gazette #2201: We discuss NY Gov. Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address with Ken Lovett, an aw...
01/08/2022

ICYMI The Legislative Gazette #2201: We discuss NY Gov. Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address with Ken Lovett, an award-winning reporter and communications expert and consultant for Ichor Strategies. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: Ichor)

ICYMI The Legislative Gazette #2201: We discuss NY Gov. Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address with Ken Lovett, an award-winning reporter and communications expert and consultant for Ichor Strategies. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: Ichor)

Tonight at 10:30 on Person Place Thing: Mathematician Steven Strogatz, discusses his person - Arthur Winfree - his place...
01/08/2022

Tonight at 10:30 on Person Place Thing: Mathematician Steven Strogatz, discusses his person - Arthur Winfree - his place - a field near Ithaca, NY - and his thing - a pendulum. On-air and online at wamc.org (Photo: John Groo)

Tonight at 10:30 on Person Place Thing: Mathematician Steven Strogatz, discusses his person - Arthur Winfree - his place - a field near Ithaca, NY - and his thing - a pendulum. On-air and online at wamc.org (Photo: John Groo)

Peter Bogdanovich - in memoriam
01/07/2022
Peter Bogdanovich - in memoriam

Peter Bogdanovich - in memoriam

Legendary director, actor and screenwriter Peter Bogdanovich has died at age 82. He shot to fame with “The Last Picture Show” in 1971, earning an Academy Award nomination in his early 30s. Other films included “Paper Moon,” “Mask,” “Saint Jack” and a long-running project to finish Or...

On The Best of Our Knowledge: The program Radio Diaries brings us the forgotten story of Clinton Melton. We’ll hear from...
01/07/2022

On The Best of Our Knowledge: The program Radio Diaries brings us the forgotten story of Clinton Melton. We’ll hear from Deloris Melton Gresham, the daughter of Clinton and Beulah Melton, at 3 p.m. on-air and at wamc.org
Photo Credit: Everett Collection Historical / Alamy Stock Photo

Congressional Corner with Richard Neal
01/07/2022
Congressional Corner with Richard Neal

Congressional Corner with Richard Neal

Sometimes in the Senate, you have to win by 20. In today’s Congressional Corner, Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal of the 1st district wraps up his conversation with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

01/07/2022

How do we best educate future business leaders?

Today on The Academic Minute: Arran Caza, associate professor of management at UNC Greensboro, outlines why the answer might be different than you think.

https://bit.ly/ACazaAM

WAMC's David Guistina goes over the morning's headlines with the Associated Press’ Marina Villeneuve:  https://www.wamc....
01/07/2022
Morning Headlines with Marina Villeneuve of The Associated Press

WAMC's David Guistina goes over the morning's headlines with the Associated Press’ Marina Villeneuve: https://www.wamc.org/news/2022-01-07/morning-headlines-with-marina-villeneuve-of-the-associated-press

WAMC's David Guistina speaks with AP reporter Marina Villeneuve about New York's move to once again accept applications for pandemic rental relief and the health care goals and tax breaks proposed in New York Governor Kathy Hochul's State of the State address earlier this week.

Good morning! Here's today's morning forecast with Paul Caiano: Cloudy with snow this morning, steadiest south of I-90 a...
01/07/2022
Paul Caiano's Morning Forecast

Good morning! Here's today's morning forecast with Paul Caiano:

Cloudy with snow this morning, steadiest south of I-90 and east of I-88. Light snow showers north and west. Drying out and becoming breezy later in the day. Highs near 30.

Total accumulation:
3-6 inches For Massachusetts and Connecticut east of the Connecticut River
2-4 inches for the Catskills, Mid and Lower Hudson Valley, Taconics, Western Massachusetts and Connecticut and Southern Vermont.
1-2 inches for I-88 corridor, Mohawk Valley, Greater Capital District, Southern and Central Adirondacks, Central Vermont.
A coating up to 1" Northernmost New York, and Vermont, the Champlain Valley.

Partly cloudy with a few snow showers tonight. Lows in the lower teens.

Sunny tomorrow. Highs in the mid to upper 20s.
https://www.wamc.org/weather/2022-01-07/paul-caianos-morning-forecast

Newschannel 13 meteorologist Paul Caiano delivers the Morning Weather Summary for Friday, January 7, 2022.

Airing now - an encore 2011 Power of Words. On this program, WAMC's Alan Chartock and historian Dr. Christopher Breiseth...
01/06/2022

Airing now - an encore 2011 Power of Words. On this program, WAMC's Alan Chartock and historian Dr. Christopher Breiseth discuss FDR's Four Freedoms Speech, delivered 81 years ago today - on January 6, 1941. wamc.org
Photo: Wikimedia

Airing now - an encore 2011 Power of Words. On this program, WAMC's Alan Chartock and historian Dr. Christopher Breiseth discuss FDR's Four Freedoms Speech, delivered 81 years ago today - on January 6, 1941. wamc.org
Photo: Wikimedia

01/06/2022

Hybrid workplaces could be the way of the future.

Alanah Mitchell, associate professor of information management and business analytics at Drake University, examines how to make them successful.

https://bit.ly/AMitchAM

Good morning! Here's today's morning forecast with Paul Caiano: A mix of sun and clouds and breezy today. Highs in the l...
01/06/2022
Paul Caiano's Morning Forecast

Good morning! Here's today's morning forecast with Paul Caiano:

A mix of sun and clouds and breezy today. Highs in the lower to mid 30s.

Snow moving in tonight, mainly south of I-90. most places south of I-90 1-3 inches by sunrise. Lows in the lower to mid 20s.

Cloudy with snow tomorrow, steadiest south of I-90. Light snow showers north of I-90. Drying out and becoming breezy later in the day. Highs near 30.

Total accumulation:
2-4 inches for the Catskills, Mid and Lower Hudson Valley, Taconics, all of Massachusetts and Connecticut and Southern Vermont.
1-2 inches for I-88 corridor, Mohawk Valley, Greater Capital District, Southern and Central Adirondacks, Central Vermont.
A coating up to 1" Northernmost New York, and Vermont, the Champlain Valley.

https://www.wamc.org/weather/2022-01-06/paul-caianos-morning-forecast

Newschannel 13 meteorologist Paul Caiano delivers the Morning Weather Summary for Thursday, January 6, 2022.

WAMC’s David Guistina goes over the morning’s headlines with The Times Union’s Tracy Ziemer https://www.wamc.org/news/20...
01/06/2022
Morning Headlines with Tracy Ziemer of The Times Union

WAMC’s David Guistina goes over the morning’s headlines with The Times Union’s Tracy Ziemer https://www.wamc.org/news/2022-01-06/morning-headlines-with-tracy-ziemer-of-the-times-union

WAMC’s David Guistina speaks with Tracy Ziemer of The Times Union about the 12 mid-Hudson Valley men charged in the January 6 Capital Riots last year and New York Governor Kathy Hochul's proposal in her State of the State Address to make to-go cocktails permanent after it lapsed last year.

Tune in at 8 p.m. for "Live At The Linda." On-air and online at wamc.org
01/06/2022
Live At The Linda featuring Biscuits 'N' Gravy and Alexis P. Suter

Tune in at 8 p.m. for "Live At The Linda." On-air and online at wamc.org

Each Wednesday and Sunday evening at 8 p.m. “Live At The Linda” brings you some of the best musical acts to grace the stage at The Linda - WAMC's Performing Arts Studio. This week we feature Poet James Duncan, Capital Region blues duo Biscuits ‘N’ Gravy and Brooklyn based blues artist Alexis...

An interview with Mark Bowden about new book, "The Steal"
01/05/2022
An interview with Mark Bowden about new book, "The Steal"

An interview with Mark Bowden about new book, "The Steal"

The new book, "The Steal: The Attempt to Overturn the 2020 Election and the People Who Stopped It," (Grove Atlantic) delivers a bird’s eye view of this period, following participants you may not have heard of, but who played a critical role in the immediate aftermath of the 2020 election.

"White Hot Hate" by Dick Lehr
01/05/2022
"White Hot Hate" by Dick Lehr

"White Hot Hate" by Dick Lehr

Dick Lehr's new book is "White Hot Hate: A True Story of Domestic Terrorism in America's Heartland." It tells the true story of an averted case of domestic terrorism in one of the most remote towns in the US.

Congressional Corner with Richard Neal
01/05/2022
Congressional Corner with Richard Neal

Congressional Corner with Richard Neal

How long is too long? In today’s Congressional Corner, Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal of the 1st district speaks with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

01/04/2022

We have many ways to present information for students in today’s world.

Melissa Wells, assistant professor in the department of education studies at SUNY Empire State College, discusses why different students may need different learning techniques.

https://bit.ly/MWellsAM

01/03/2022

Fixing infrastructure in rural areas can be difficult.

Guangping Chi, professor of rural sociology and demography at Penn State, explores why.

https://bit.ly/GChiAM

This week on The Media Project the panel discusses the New York Times and the state judge that upheld his block on their...
01/02/2022

This week on The Media Project the panel discusses the New York Times and the state judge that upheld his block on their coverage of Project Veritas. We also discuss both sides journalism and emotional broadcasters. At 6 p.m. on-air and at wamc.org Alan Chartock

ICYMI The Best Of Our Knowledge #1632: On our last episode of the year, we look back at some of the coolest people we me...
01/02/2022

ICYMI The Best Of Our Knowledge #1632: On our last episode of the year, we look back at some of the coolest people we met in 2021. This week, we revisit our social worker roundtable. To hear more: https://bit.ly/3b23cpZ (Photo: Lakeview Center)

ICYMI The Best Of Our Knowledge #1632: On our last episode of the year, we look back at some of the coolest people we met in 2021. This week, we revisit our social worker roundtable. To hear more: https://bit.ly/3b23cpZ (Photo: Lakeview Center)

The Legislative Gazette #2153: As 2022 begins we take a look at the weaknesses of the Joint Commission on Public Ethics....
01/02/2022

The Legislative Gazette #2153: As 2022 begins we take a look at the weaknesses of the Joint Commission on Public Ethics. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: JCOPE)

The Legislative Gazette #2153: As 2022 begins we take a look at the weaknesses of the Joint Commission on Public Ethics. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: JCOPE)

ICYMI 51% #1693: We continue our series talking to women religious leaders. Rabbi Debora Gordon discusses how music can ...
01/01/2022

ICYMI 51% #1693: We continue our series talking to women religious leaders. Rabbi Debora Gordon discusses how music can help build connection and community. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3mTkIBU (Photo: Julie Seltzer)

ICYMI 51% #1693: We continue our series talking to women religious leaders. Rabbi Debora Gordon discusses how music can help build connection and community. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3mTkIBU (Photo: Julie Seltzer)

The Legislative Gazette #2153: We take a look at a pilot program designed to improve outcomes for non-violent mental hea...
01/01/2022

The Legislative Gazette #2153: We take a look at a pilot program designed to improve outcomes for non-violent mental health emergency calls. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: A. Hupfl)

The Legislative Gazette #2153: We take a look at a pilot program designed to improve outcomes for non-violent mental health emergency calls. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: A. Hupfl)

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ICYMI: The Media Project panel talks about how the media should cover the threat to democracy in America, a listener letter about storm coverage, and much more. Alan Chartock https://bit.ly/WAMCMP1597
ICYMI The Best Of Our Knowledge #1633: We hear the story about a lesser known casualty of the Jim Crow south: Clinton Melton. To hear more visit: https://bit.ly/3b23cpZ (Photo: Everett Collection Historical / Alamy Stock Photo)
ICYMI The Legislative Gazette #2201: On Tuesday, New York Congressman Paul Tonko recounted his experiences inside the House Gallery during the January 6th U.S. Capitol siege last year. To hear this story and more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: Zoom Screenshot/WAMC)
ICYMI The Book Show #1746: New York Times bestselling author Judi Picoult discusses her new novel, “Wish You Were Here,” about the resilience of the human spirit in a moment of crisis. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/39ndC2X (Photo: Ballantine Books)
ICYMI The Legislative Gazette #2201: We discuss NY Gov. Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address with Ken Lovett, an award-winning reporter and communications expert and consultant for Ichor Strategies. To hear more subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hTBPkA (Photo: Ichor)
Tonight at 10:30 on Person Place Thing: Mathematician Steven Strogatz, discusses his person - Arthur Winfree - his place - a field near Ithaca, NY - and his thing - a pendulum. On-air and online at wamc.org (Photo: John Groo)
On The Best of Our Knowledge: The program Radio Diaries brings us the forgotten story of Clinton Melton. We’ll hear from Deloris Melton Gresham, the daughter of Clinton and Beulah Melton, at 3 p.m. on-air and at wamc.org Photo Credit: Everett Collection Historical / Alamy Stock Photo