On this week’s 51%, we’ll learn about ovarian transplants. Hear from the executive director of Carlos Santana’s foundation and her mission to help underserved youth, and find out about a project to register births via text.[Continue reading...] about #1400: Ovarian Transplants Present New Pregnancy Options
Host Dr. Alan Chartock is joined by Yancey Roy, Albany Bureau Chief for Newsday.1515[Continue reading...] about #1621: Yancey Roy Of Newsday
WAMC’s Alan Chartock In Conversation with Ruth Abram, President of Behold! New Lebanon – a new type of living museum without walls. For more information head tohttp://beholdnewlebanon.org/[Continue reading...] about Ruth Abram, President Of Behold! New Lebanon
Reading is the core of the Common Core. For the most part, education cannot begin without a student first learning how to read. Today on the Best of Our Knowledge, we’ll talk to the co-author of the new book Reading Reconsidered, which looks at the power of reading and how it is being taught on […][Continue reading...] about #1339: “Reading Reconsidered”
Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Richard Russo is one of America’s most celebrated fiction writers, as well as an acclaimed screenwriter and memoirist. His new novel, Everybody’s Fool, is a sequel to his novel Nobody’s Fool, which revisits the upstate New York setting and characters of that highly-praised novel.[Continue reading...] about #1452 – Richard Russo
The Media Project is an inside look at media coverage of current events with WAMC’s CEO Alan Chartock, Albany Times Union Editor Rex Smith, and Daily Gazette Editor Judy Patrick. On this week’s show they talk about mysterious small fires started in the Daily Gazette newsroom, Researchers say computer screens change how you think about what […][Continue reading...] about #1302: Do Computer Screens Change How You Think About What You Read?