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					                                             ISSUES/PROGRAMS
                                     WOSU Public Media 89.7 FM & 820 AM
                                      January 1, 2011 – March 31, 2011
             With our extensive public affairs and issues coverage, the majority of stations’ issues/programs commitment
                       Is covered by the programs listed below as heard on All Sides with Ann Fisher on 89.7
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Crime              Frontline Correspondent Lowell Bergman and Ohio State         1/31 11:06/54 mins
                   Coroners Association Board Chair/Union County Coroner
                   Dr. David Applegate, M.D. and Franklin County Coroner
                   Dr. Jan Gorniak, DO talk about popular television shows
                   Like CSI portraying death investigators as high tech sleuths,
                   But a PBS Frontline report says the American system has few
                   Standards and little oversight and discuss Ohio’s
                   System of coroners and death investigations.

Crime              Compulsive gambling consultant Arnie Wexler, talks about 2/16 10:40/20 mins
                   What it takes to recover from gambling addiction in light
                   Of the arraignment of former OSU quarterback Art Schlichster
                   On a first degree felony charge in Franklin County Municipal
                   Court.

Crime              Former Attorney General of Ohio Jim Petro and his wife     2/24 11:06/54 mins
                   Nancy Petro talk about why they are dedicated to the cause
                   Of reforming the criminal justice system to investigate
                   Wrongful convictions and pursue the real criminals.

Crime              A special report on human sex trafficking in Central Ohio                                 2/28 11:40/20 mins
                   With WOSU News Reporter Mandie Trimble.

Crime              Frontline Correspondent Lowell Bergman, Ohio State                                        3/18 10:06/54 mins
                   Coroners Association Board Chair/Union County Coroner
                   Dr. David Applegate, M.D. and Franklin County Coroner
                   Dr. Jan Gorniak, D.O. talk about popular television shows
                   Like CSI that portray death investigators as high tech
                   Sleuths, but a PBS Frontline report says the American
                   System has few standards and little oversight.

Culture            Journalist and Random Acts of Kindness author M.J. Ryan                                   1/4       10:06/54 mins
                   Talks about making the most of unexpected changes in
                   Our lives.

Culture            Biographer James Kaplan talks about the amazing life of    1/7                                      11:06/54 mins
                   Frank Sinatra: radio, movie and recording star who changed
                   The face of popular culture.
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Culture         New York Times “Curious Cook” columnist Harold McGee          1/13 11:06/54 mins
                With the science of food and helpful tips of good cooking
                At home.

Culture         Author Thomas Chatterton Williams with a young man’s          1/14 10:06/54 mins
                Struggle to balance hip-hop culture with intellectual life.

Culture         WOSU restaurant critic Rich Terapak and City Scene            1/14 11:06/54 mins
                Magazine Restaurant Critic Steve Stover join WOSU News
                Host Marilyn Smith to talk about the best food and
                Restaurants in Central Ohio.

Culture         Playwright Sean Christopher Lewis, Buckeye Ranch            1/20 11:06/54 mins
                Outpatient Program Clinical Supervisor Dr. Pam Scott, PhD
                And Ohio State University Social Work Professor Gil Green
                Discuss how a playwright was inspired to write a play about
                His troubled childhood and talk about new approaches to
                Working with at risk youth.

Culture         WOSU book critic Kassie Rose, book critic Bill Eichenberger   1/21 11:06/54 mins
                And Capital University English Professor and poet Kevin
                Griffith join WOSU-FM Classical Music Host Christopher
                Purdy to talk about the best books and reading for winter.

Culture         Author and “SimpleMom.net” blogger Tsh Oxenreider             1/24 10:06/54 mins
                Talks about how to de-clutter and organize our homes
                To reflect our true values.

Culture         Columbus Parent Magazine Editor Jane Hawes talks about        1/24 11:06/54 mins
                The joys and challenges of parenting in Central Ohio.

Culture         Daily Beast Reporter Lauren Streib, Outlook Media Co-         1/25 11:06/54 mins
                Publisher Michael Daniels, Real Living HER Founding
                Partner/ Realtor Terry Penrod and Family Policy Network
                Policy Analyst Alexander Mason talk about how Ohio
                Compares to other states as welcoming or not welcoming
                To gays, in light of the article in The Daily Beast ranking
                Ohio as one of the least tolerant states on gay rights.

Culture         The Other Paper Film Critic Hope Madden, Columbus Alive 1/28 11:06/54 mins
                Movie critic/web producer Brad Keefe and Columbus Dispatch
                Film critic Frank Gabrenya join host Amy Juravich to talk
                About the movie awards season and the Oscar nominations
                Coming out.
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Issue           Significant Programming                          Date Time/Duration
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Culture         Drumline Live Company Manager Reggie Brayon and               2/1    10:40/20 mins
                Drumline Live Assistant Musical Director Brian Snell talk
                About Drumline Live, a movie and now a musical inspired
                By the tradition of show-style marching bands at Historically
                Black Colleges and Universities in the U.S.

Culture         Food and wine journalist Lynn Alley talks about simple and     2/3   10:06/54 mins
                Sophisticated vegetarian dishes based on traditional one-
                Pot meals from around the world, adapted for the slow
                Cooker.

Culture         Author Faith Durand talks about casseroles and offers          2/8   11:06/54 mins
                Streamlined techniques and seasonal ingredients to make
                Healthy, gourmet, one-dish meals.

Culture         A conversation with language expert Ralph Keyes about the 2/9        10:06/54 mins
                Origins of euphemisms from Victorian taboos to todays
                Modern doublespeak.

Culture         “Grammar Girl” podcast creator and host Mignon Fogarty 2/9           11:06/54 mins
                Talks about good grammar and word usage tips to become
                More effective writers.

Culture         Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) Education Director         2/14 11:06/54 mins
                Jacqui O’Hanlon, RSC Senior Text-and-Voice Coach Alison
                Bomber, OSU MFA acting student Moopi Mothibeli and
                Hannah Aston Middle School teacher Amy McKibben talk
                About a unique collaboration between Ohio State University
                And the Royal Shakespeare Company to bring Shakespeare
                To Central Ohio classrooms in ways that inspire active
                Learning and about an OSU theatre production of
                Shakespeare’s Othello designed to appeal to a high school
                Audience.

Culture         “Spirit of the 1960’s Coffeehouse” performer Bill Cohen        2/17 11:06/54 mins
                And documentary filmmaker Ken Bowser talk about the life
                and times of 1960’s political activist and singer/songwriter
                Phil Ochs.

Culture         ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Executive Director Janet         2/18 11:06/54 mins
                Chen, WOSU-TV ArtZine Executive Producer Cindy Gaillard
                And Available Light Theatre Artistic Director Matt Slaybaugh
                Join FM Classical Music host Christopher Purdy to discuss
                Arts and culture in Central Ohio.
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Issue           Significant Programming                          Date Time/Duration
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Culture         Columbus Dispatch Editorial Cartoonist Jeff Stahler talks   2/21 11:06/54 mins
                About the unique world of a humorist and cartoonist.

Culture         Author Paula McLain talks about a new novel depicting the 2/24 10:40/20 mins
                Bohemian life of Ernest Hemingway and his first wife Hadley
                In Paris in the 1920’s, before he became a famous writer.

Culture         New York Times “Curious Cook” columnist Harold McGee        2/25 10:06/54 mins
                Talks about the science of food and helpful tips on good
                Cooking at home.

Culture         Columbus Dispatch Film Critic Nick Chordas, freelance writer 2/25 11:06/54 mins
                And film critic Melissa Starker and Drexel Theatres Owner
                Jeff Frank join host Amy Juravich to discuss the Oscars past
                And present and predict who will be the 83rd Annual Academy
                Award winners.

Culture         A conversation with Jim Lorimer, former FBI Agent and Vice 3/2     10:40/20 mins
                President of Government Relations at Nationwide Insurance
                Company and the co-founder with Arnold Schwarzenegger,
                Of the annual Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus.

Culture         “Grammar Girl” podcast creator and host Mignon Fogarty 3/2         11:06/54 mins
                Talks about good grammar and word usage tips to become
                More effective writers.

Culture         Author and filmmaker Mark Logue, grandson of Lionel Logue 3/3      10:06/54 mins
                With the true story of the remarkable friendship between
                King George VI of England and Australian speech therapist
                Lionel Logue based on “The King’s Speech.”

Culture         Mandalay Entertainment Group Chairman/CEO Peter Gruber 3/3         10:40/20 mins
                Talks about how creating compelling stories can persuade
                Others to support a vision, dream or cause.

Culture         WOSU restaurant critics Rich Terapak and Rich Terapak,      3/4    11:06/54 mins
                Father and son join WOSU News Host Marilyn Smith to
                Talk about the best food and restaurants in Central Ohio.

Culture         Author and public radio journalist Lisa Napoli talks about a 3/9   11:06/54 mins
                Youth-oriented radio station in Bhutan, the happiest kingdom
                On earth.
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Issue           Significant Programming                          Date Time/Duration
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Culture         Documentary film director Gregg Marks and Frank Ferrante, 3/10 11:06/54 mins
                Who is the subject of the film talk about three co-workers in
                A vegan café in San Francisco, who transform the life and
                Health of depressed, overweight man.

Culture         Author and SimpleMom.net blogger Tsh Oxenreider talks       3/11 10:06/54 mins
                About how to de-clutter and organize our homes to reflect
                Our true values.

Culture         WOSU book critic Kassie Rose, book critic Bill Eichenberger 3/11 11:06/54 mins
                And Capital University English Professor and poet Kevin
                Griffith join WOSU FM Classical Music Host Christopher Purdy
                To talk about the best books and reading for the end of
                Winter.

Culture         Authors, Oregon State University Human Development         3/15 11:06/54 mins
                Professor Richard Settersten and former MacArthur
                Research Network on Transitions to Adulthood
                Communications Director Barbara E. Ray talk about research
                Supporting the wisdom of a slower passage to adulthood.

Culture         Suburban News Publications syndicated columnist and         3/21 10:06/54 mins
                Author Pat Snyder talks about adventures in spring cleaning
                And finding a “balanced life” in Central Ohio.

Culture         OSU College of Veterinary Medicine social worker Jennifer   3/21 11:06/54 mins
                Brandt and Indiana University Veterinary Medicine social
                Worker Jennifer Brandt and Indiana University South Bend
                Culture sociologist David Blouin discuss how attitudes
                Toward pets can impact family relationships.

Culture         Biographer James Kaplan talks about the amazing life of   3/25 10:06/54 mins
                Frank Sinatra, radio movie and recording star who changed
                The face of popular culture.

Culture         CATCO Director Steven Anderson, Ohio Arts Council           3/25 11:06/54 mins
                Executive Director Julie Henahan and Greater Columbus
                Arts Council President Milt Baughman join Classical 101
                Music host Christopher Purdy to discuss arts and culture
                In Central Ohio.

Culture         Language expert Ralph Keyes talks about the origins of    3/28 10:06/54 mins
                Euphemisms from Victorian gentility to today’s postmodern
                Doublespeak.
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Culture         Author and Oregon State University Human Development          3/29 11:06/54 mins
                Professor Richard Settersten with research supporting the
                Wisdom of a slower passage to adulthood.

Culture         Director and WOSU staff member Darrin McDonald talks       3/30 10:40/20 mins
                About his new documentary that explores the underground
                Surfing community of Cleveland that dates back to the 1960s.

Culture         “Ohio’s Bike Lawyer,” attorney Steve Magas talks about the 3/31 10:40/20 mins
                Rights of bicyclists, driver education and bicycle safety.

Economy         Coalition on Homelessness and Housing Youth Empower-         1/5    11:06/54 mins
                Director Angela Lariviere and Franklin County Children’s
                Services Independent Living Director Edward Mills talk about
                The growing problem of homeless young people in Central
                Ohio.

Economy         Author and Condo Homeowners Association educational           1/12 10:06/54 mins
                Website founder Patrick Hohman and Columbus Attorney
                Specializing in Condominium & Homeowners Associations,
                Kaman & Cusimano, LLC, Associate Marie Rutkowski talk
                About how condominium owners and Condominium
                Homeowner Associations can deal with the challenges of
                The foreclosure crisis.

Economy         Author and PBS Financial Advisor Jonathan Pond with           2/4   10:06/54 mins
                Practical advice for planning for a secure financial future
                Amid the economic downturn.

                Jonathan Pond continues.                                      2/4   11:06/54 mins

Economy         Author and Condo Homeowners Association educational           2/18 10:06/54 mins
                Website founder Patrick Hohman, Columbus attorney
                Specializing in Condominium & Homeowners Associations,
                Kaman & Cusimano, LLC, Associate Marie Rutkowski and
                Vogt Santer Insight local real estate consultant Rob Vogt
                Discuss how condominium owners and Condominium
                Homeowner Associations can deal with the challenges of
                The foreclosure crisis.

Economy         PBS personal finance expert Suze Orman talks about            3/14 11:06/54 mins
                Creating a plan for financial security.
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Issue           Significant Programming                          Date Time/Duration
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Economy         Allen Proctor Consulting, LLC, founder and author Allen      3/15 10:06/54 mins
                Proctor and OSU John Glenn School of Public Affairs
                Assistant Professor Stephanie Moulton discuss the
                Challenges facing nonprofits as a result of state budget
                Cuts and a downturn in the economy.

Education       Author and educator Mimi Chenfeld and Phoenix Middle     1/5       10:06/54 mins
                School social studies teacher Tim Dove, who was recently
                Named 2011 Ohio Teacher of the Year by the Ohio Department
                Of Education talk about creative education for children.

Education       Delta Cost Project Executive Director Jane Wellman and OSU 1/27 10:06/54 mins
                Undergraduate Student Government President Micah Kamrass
                Talk about access to public education as tuitions rise.

Education       A conversation with Ohio State University President Gordon 2/16 10:06/54 mins
                Gee about rising tuition and student enrollment at The
                Ohio State University.

Education       Author and Duke University Public Policy Professor Charles 3/29 10:06/54 mins
                Clotfelter talks about the commercialization of college sports
                And how it creates conflicts for traditional academic values.

Environment     Buckeye Forest Council Interim Executive Director Cheryl     1/26 11:06/54 mins
                Johncox, Ohio Oil and Gas Association Executive Vice
                President Thomas Stewart and Earthworks Marcellus
                Regional Organizer Nadia Steinzor talk about proposals
                To allow oil and gas drilling in state parks, including
                Hydraulic fracturing, as a source of state revenue and the
                Potential environmental impact on the state parks and
                Groundwater.

Environment     Author and Bird Watcher’s Digest Editor Bill Thompson III    2/3   11:06/54 mins
                Talks about identifying and feeding backyard birds.

Environment     Ohio Wesleyan University’s Perkins Observatory Director      2/8   10:06/54 mins
                Tom Burns talks about backyard astronomy and exploring
                The night sky with binoculars.

Environment     State-Certified Nursery Professional Martha Gilson, Franklin 2/28 11:06/54 mins
                Soil and Water Conservationist Stephanie Suter and Ohio
                Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Biologist Donna
                Daniel discuss how to bring our backyards to life with native
                Plants that attract birds, bees, butterflies and other wild
                Creatures.
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Environment     Natural history writer, artists and NPR commentator Julie      3/8   10:06/54 mins
                Zickefoose talks about living a life in nature in Ohio.

Environment     Ohio’s “Garden Sage”, Debra Knapke talks about getting         3/14 10:06/54 mins
                Ready for the planting season.

Environment     Columbus Dispatch Travel Writer Steve Stephens, Columbus 3/18 11:06/54 mins
                Alive Reporter and Venture Columnist John Ross and Metro
                Parks Public Information Manager Peg Hanley join WOSU
                Host Amy Juravich to talk about the great outdoors in Ohio.

Environment     Ohio EPA Division of Surface Water Wetland Ecologist Mick 3/23 10:06/54 mins
                Macacchion, Ohio Environmental Council Air & Water Special
                Projects Director David Celebrezze and Metro Parks
                Executive Director John O’Meara talk about unique habitats
                And why they should be protected.

Environment     George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust Field Director      3/23 11:06/54 mins
                And author Tony Raymond Fitzjohn talk about the
                Rehabilitation and return of lions and other African species
                To the wild.

Environment     Ohio Environmental Council Air and Water Special Projects      3/24 11:06/54 mins
                Director David Celebrezze and Metro Parks Executive
                Director John O’Meara discuss unique habitats and why
                They should be protected.

Environment     FirstEnergy spokesperson Todd Schneider and NukeFree.org 3/28 11:06/54 mins
                co-founder Harvey Wasserman with two points of view about
                the safety and security of Ohio’s two nuclear power plants.

Finances        Tax journalist and author David Cay Johnston talks about     2/17 10:40/20 mins
                Fundamental tax reform and simplifying the federal tax code.

Government      Public Strategies Group Senior Partner David Osborne and 1/6         11:06/54 mins
                Capital Partners President/former Ohio Office of Budget and
                Management Director Greg Browning talk about a new report
                Recommending sweeping changes to the state’s budgeting
                System and agency operations.

Government      Eastern Michigan University Criminology Professor Donna     1/19 10:06/54 mins
                Selman, Reason Foundation Research Vice President Adrian
                Moore and prison reform advocate, Cincinnati attorney
                Alphonse Gerhardstein with the pros and cons of outsourcing
                Prison administration to private corporations.
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Government      Greater Ohio Policy Center Executive Director Lavea      1/19 11:06/54 mins
                Brachman and Ohio Township Association Executive
                Director Matthew DeTemple discuss “regionalism”:
                Combining government entities or sharing functions among
                Government entities, as a possible governance reform and
                Cost saving measure.

Government      Rep. Jay Hottinger and Ohio Municipal League Deputy       1/19 11:40/20 mins
                John Mahoney with two points of view about H.B. 3,
                The proposed repeal of the Ohio Estate Tax: local
                Governments rely on the estate tax as a dependable source
                Of income and what will replace the revenue if the estate
                Tax is repealed?

Government      Ohio State Political Science Chair Herb Weisberg and Ohio    1/26 10:06/54 mins
                Wesleyan University Politics and Government Professor
                Dr. Joan McLean discuss President Obama’s State of the
                Union Address.

Government      Good Jobs First Research Director Philip Mattera, a critic of 1/31 10:06/54 mins
                Privatization of Ohio’s Department of Development, local
                supporter, Columbus Partnership President/CEO Alex
                Fischer and Ohio Department of Development Director Mark
                Kvamme talk about Governor Kasich’s plan to privatize the
                Ohio Department of Development.

Government      Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau Chief Karen          2/15 11:06/54 mins
                Kasler and Associated Press Reporter Julie Carr Smyth
                Talk about legislation being considered in the Ohio General
                Assembly including bills to kill the estate tax, ban most
                Abortions and eliminate collective bargaining for state workers.

Government      AARP Regional Tax Aide Leader Bruce Gelsinger and Ohio       2/17 10:06/54 mins
                Society of CPAs tax advisor Mary McVicar CPA talk about
                Tax tips and finding qualified help.

Government      Ohio Senate President Pro Tempore/State Senator Keith        2/24 10:06/54 mins
                Faber and Senator Gene Branstool with two points of view
                About Ohio Senate Bill 5, legislation that eliminates many
                Provisions of Ohio’s collective bargaining law for public
                Employees.
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Government      Association of Public Television Stations President/CEO       3/1    10:06/54 mins
                Patrick Butler and Heritage Foundation Vice President of
                Communications Mike Gonzalez with two points of view
                About cutting off all federal funding for public broadcasting
                And what cuts could mean for the future of public television
                And radio on a local and national level.

Government      NPR’s Washington Editor, “political junkie” Ken Rudin talk   3/2     10:06/54 mins
                About the political uprisings in Libya, public employee
                Protests around the U.S. and a possible shut-down of the
                Federal government if Congress can’t reach a budget deal.

Government      Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Reporter Bill Cohen, who 3/3       11:06/54 mins
                Is covering the legislative process to limit collective bargaining
                Rights of public employees moving through the Ohio Senate,
                Joins Democratic political consultant Dale Butland and Republican
                Political consultant Terry Casey with their point of view.

Government      NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Executive Director Kellie Copeland     3/7     11:06/54 mins
                And State Representative Lynn R. Wachtmann with two
                Points of view about legislation about abortion introduced
                In the Ohio General Assembly.

Government      Steiner Strategy Group CEO Curt Steiner and Innovation       3/8     11:06/54 mins
                Ohio President and CEO Janetta King discuss how Ohio
                Rates on a range of measures, including our economy.

Government      Columbus Dispatch Senior Reporter Randy Ludlow and         3/14 11:20
                And local civil rights attorney Fred Gittes talk about the
                Importance of open government and freedom of information
                In Ohio and nationally.

Government      Ohio House Speaker Pro Tempore Louis Blessing (29th         3/28 10:06/54 mins
                District, proponent) and Ohio House Minority Leader
                Rep. Armond Budish (8th District, opponent) with two points
                Of view about legislation requiring voters to show a photo
                ID at the polls that passed the Ohio House of Representatives.

Health          University of Mount Union Psychology Professor Tamara        1/3     11:06/54 mins
                Daily look at how people with mental illness and
                psychological disorders are portrayed in movies.
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Health          Ohio Department of Health Medical Director Dr. Marion    1/3   11:40/20 mins
                Sherman, M.D. and Nationwide Children’s Hospital
                Psychiatrist Dr. John Campo, M.D. talk about the
                Pediatric Psychiatry Network and how it helps primary
                Care doctors recognize and manage common psychiatric
                Disorders in young patients.

Health          Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association Executive Director 1/11 10:06/54 mins
                John Murphy, Columbus criminal defense attorney James
                Tyack, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas Judge Daniel
                Hogan and ADAMH Board of Franklin County Medical Director
                Dr. Kathy Burns, M.D. talk about mental illness and the
                Criminal justice system in Ohio.

Health          Oakstone Academy Middle School and High School Director 1/12 11:06/54 mins
                Of Curriculum Dr. Kristyn Miller, Luttuce Work Foundation
                Executive Director Doug Sharp, Aspiritech Executive Director
                Brenda Weitzberg and Marshall University West Virginia
                Autism Training Center Associate Director Marc Ellison talk
                About preparing autistic young adults for employment or
                Higher education and how do we prepare the workplace to
                Accommodate the needs and recognize the special talents of
                Adults on the autistic spectrum?

Health          Celiac Foundation Medical Advisor Dr. Cynthia Rudert, M.D. 1/21 10:06/54 mins
                Nationwide Children’s Hospital Clinical Dietician Mary Kay
                Sharrett and Celiacs in the House blogger Wendy Gregory
                Kaho talk about the latest research and discuss diet and
                Medication options for the two million Americans that are
                Affected by celiac disease, requiring a life-long gluten free
                Diet.

Health          Award winning actress Anna Deveare Smith talks about her 2/2   11:06/54 mins
                One-woman show based on real-life interviews with doctors,
                patients and politicians, amid the partisan rhetoric about
                Health care reform.

Health          Mayo Clinic Preventative, Occupational and Aerospace     2/10 11:06/54 mins
                Medicine Vice-chair Dr. Philip Hagen, M.D. talks about
                Common health problems that can be treated with simple
                Treatments at home.
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Health          Oakstone Academy Middle School and High School Director 2/16 11:06/54 mins
                Of Curriculum Dr. Kristyn Miller, Lettuce Work Foundation
                Executive Director Doug Sharp, Aspiritech Executive Director
                Brenda Weitzberg and Marshall University West Virginia
                Autism Training Center Associate Director Marc Ellison talk
                About the first wave of children diagnosed with autism-
                Related disorders moves beyond high school, how do we
                Prepare autistic young adults for employment or higher
                Education and how do we prepare the workplace to
                Accommodate the needs and recognize the special talents
                Of adults on the autistic spectrum?

Health          Author, gardener and Columbia University Nutrition         2/17 11:40/20 mins
                Professor Emerita Joan Dye Gussow explains why the
                U.S. should move toward a local, organic, whole food system.

Health          Mental Health American of Franklin County (MHAFC)            2/22 11:06/54 mins
                Executive Director Laura Moskow Sigal, Pro Bono Counseling
                Program Director Jennifer Martinez and Physicians Free Clinic
                Volunteer Services Director Isi Ikharebha talk about a new
                Pro bono counseling program to link volunteer mental health
                Professionals with those in need in Central Ohio.

Health          Author and Smith College Psychology Professor Randy Frost 3/11 10:40/20 mins
                Talks about the hidden disorder of compulsive hoarding.

Health          Columbus Dispatch Reporter Catherine Candisky and NAMI 3/17 10:06/54 mins
                Ohio Interim Executive Director Terry Russell talk about
                The impact of proposed state budget cuts on mental health
                Services in Ohio.

Health          Ohio Governor’s Office of Health Transformation Director      3/30 11:06/54 mins
                Greg Moody talks about Governor Kasich’s plans to
                Restructure Medicaid in Ohio.

History         Local historian Ed Lentz, Bicentennial Program Coordinator 2/14 10:20
                Jamie Green and Bicentennial Initiative Committee Co-Chair
                Christie Angel talk about the milestones of the illustrious
                Past and ongoing plans for the 2012 Columbus Bicentennial
                Celebration.

History         Author and historian Daniel Rasmussen tells the untold        2/23 10:06/54 mins
                Story of America’s largest slave revolt that nearly toppled
                New Orleans and changed the course of American history.
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History             Pulitzer Prize winning historian and author Doris Kearns     3/30 10:06/54 mins
                    Goodwin talks about Abraham Lincoln’s leadership and
                    Ohio’s contributions to the Civil War.

Human Rights        United Nations Foundation Senior Advisor Gillian Sorenson    2/1   11:06/54 mins
                    Talks about humanitarian relief and human rights in a Post
                    9-11 world.

International       PBS Frontline reporter Jim Gilmore, Council of Foreign       1/18 11:06/54 mins
Issues              Relations National Security Studies Senior Fellow Stephen
                    Flynn and Ohio Homeland Security Executive Director William
                    Vedra have a discussion to talk about a PBS Frontline report
                    Asking if we are safer from terrorism almost ten years after
                    9/11.

International       New York Times reporter David Rohde and fashion/             1/20 10:06/54 mins
Issues              photography director Kristen Mulvihill take a look at the
                    War in Afghanistan through the dual perspective of a
                    Journalist kidnapped by the Taliban and of his wife, who
                    Advocated for his release.

International       OSU Mershon Center for International Security Studies      2/1     10:06/54 mins
Issues              Director Richard Herrmann and OSU Undergraduate
                    International Studies Program and Political Science Senior
                    Lecturer Omar Keshk talk about the prospects for democracy
                    In Egypt and the impact on U.S. foreign policy.

International Issues Arab American Institute Founder and President James         2/14 10:06/54 mins
                     Zogby talks about the prospects for democracy in Egypt,
                     The impact on the Middle East and Arab reaction following
                     The resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and
                     The handover of power to the military.

International       Ohio Wesleyan University Politics and Government Professor 3/17 11:06/54 mins
Issues              Sean Kay talks about Ireland’s dramatic financial collapse
                    And hopes for an economic renewal.

International       The Nation Managing Editor Roane Carey and OSU Military      3/22 11:06/54 mins

Issues              History Professor Peter Mansoor, Colonel,, U.S. Army (retired)
                    discuss issues raised by U.S. bombing in Libya as part of an
                    Allied force in support of a UN Security Council resolution.

International       Local businessman Homdi Soliman talks about organizing         3/23 10:06/54 mins
Issues              Central Ohio supporters in solidarity with protestors in Libya
                    Trying to overthrow the Gadhafi regime.
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Law             Sports Illustrated Legal Analyst/Vermont Law School          1/4   10:40/20 mins
                Professor Michael McCann talks about the legal rights of
                Student athletes.

Middle East     Ohio State University Economics Professor Hassan Aly, local 3/1    11:06/54 mins
                businessman Homdi Soliman and Heba Benomran, a
                A preschool teacher with an analysis of the history and
                Political context of the Libyan uprising.

Politics        Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman talks about his plans       1/6     10:06/54 mins
                To run for an unprecedented fourth four-year term as
                Mayor and the city’s budget and other issues facing Columbus.

Politics        Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau Chief Karen         1/7   10:06/54 mins
                Kasler, Columbus Dispatch Senior Editor Joe Hallett and
                Cleveland Plain Dealer Columbus Bureau Chief Reginald
                Fields look back at 2010 and look forward to the new year.

Politics        Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library Reference Archivist 1/10 11:06/54 mins
                Tom Rieder and Retired United Press International and
                Columbus Dispatch Reporter Lee Leonard take a look at the
                history of Ohio’s governors and politics.

Politics        NPR’s “political junkie” Political Editor Ken Rudin talks about 1/13 10:06/54 mins
                Big changes in Washington politics in the coming year.

Politics        A conversation with NPR Ombudsman Alicia Shepard about 1/18 10:06/54 mins
                Her role as the independent, public’s representative to
                National Public Radio in a polarized political environment.

Politics        Author/Hoover Institution Research Fellow Kiron Skinner and 2/1    11:40/20 mins
                Former spokesperson for the U.S. Justice Department during
                The Reagan Administration Mark Weaver talk about President
                Ronald Reagan’s legacy as a transformative President and an
                Inspiration to public service on his 100th birthday.

Politics        NPR’s “Political Junkie” Washington Desk Political Editor    2/15 10:06/54 mins
                Ken Rudin talks about political upheaval in Egypt,
                Remembering Ronald Reagan and Washington politics.

Politics        Republican candidate for Columbus Mayor Earl Smith talks     2/21 11:40/20 mins
                His plans for the November election and his vision for the
                Future of Columbus.
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Issue           Significant Programming                          Date Time/Duration
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Politics           Ohio State University Political Science Professor Herb Asher 2/28 10:06/54 mins
                   And author and Fox News political analyst Juan Williams
                   Discuss the importance of maintaining civility in political
                   Discourse.

Politics           POLITICO Health Care Reporter Sarah Kliff explains how     3/22 10:06/54 mins
                   States are managing Medicaid and budget deficits.

Politics           Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging Director Cindy Farson    3/22 10:20
                   And Ohio Health Care Association Executive Director Peter
                   Van Runkle talk about budget proposals regarding Medicaid.

Science            The Atlantic.com Correspondent/author David Shenk and      1/3   10:06/54 mins
                   The Wellington School Head Robert Brisk with scientific
                   Research suggesting intelligence and talent are not pre-
                   Determined at birth and how parents and educators can
                   Foster the “genius in all of us.”

Science            University of California, San Francisco, Neuroscience      2/7   10:06/54 mins
                   Professor Emeritus Dr. Michael Merzenich talks about
                   Memory and the new science of brain plasticity.

Science            Dr. Michael Merzenich continues.                           2/7   11:06/54 mins

Science            Astrophysicist and NOVA ScienceNOW host Neil deGrasse      3/10 10:06/54 mins
                   Tyson talks about the most intriguing stories and
                   Personalities in science and technology today.

Social Commentary Psychologist Colin Ellard with a conversation about why     1/10 10:06/54 mins
                  Humans, the species capable of navigational feats like a
                  Trip to the moon, get lost more easily and more
                  Frequently than any other animal.

Social Commentary Columbus Dispatch photographer Doral Chenoweth III and 1/11 11:06/54 mins
                  John Glenn School Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs
                  Journalism Director Debra Jasper talk about the video of
                  Ted Williams, a homeless man with a “golden radio voice,”
                  Went viral in the internet bringing him fame and employment,
                  And the impact of social media on the news media and
                  Popular culture.

Social Commentary Author Charles Euchner talks about the drama behind the       1/17 10:06/54 mins
                  Scenes of the August, 1963 March on Washington and
                  Dr. Martin Luther King calling it “the greatest demonstration
                  For freedom in the nation’s history.”
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Issue           Significant Programming                          Date Time/Duration
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Social Commentary Ohio State University Professor of History Kasan Kwame       1/17 11:06/54 mins
                  Jeffries, State University of New York (SUNY) Geneseo
                  History Professor Emilye Crosby and Denison University
                  History Professor Lauren Araiza talk about the importance of
                  Mass mobilization and mass action to the achievements of
                  The Civil Rights movement and how the struggle for racial
                  Equality continues.

Social Commentary “The Right Thing” ethics columnist Jeffrey Seglin, Columbus 1/25 10:06/54 mins
                  Dispatch Columnist Joe Blundo and Columbus Police Public
                  Information Officer St. Rich Weiner talk about the ethical
                  Dilemmas of ordinary citizens and the adequacy of the
                  Mental health and law enforcement systems.

Social Commentary Graduate student David Simmons and undergraduate senior 1/27 10:40/20 mins
                  Tiffany Hart, two student from OSU’s College of Social Work
                  Who volunteered to count the homeless, talk about how many
                  Homeless people really live in Columbus.

Social Commentary Davante Goins, a Mifflin High School Sophomore talks about 1/27 11:40/20 mins
                  His developing project to refurbish vacant Columbus homes
                  Into transitional housing for homeless veterans.

Social Commentary Author and Oberlin Conservatory of Music Visiting Professor 2/2   10:06/54 mins
                  Katherine Meizel talks about the television show American
                  Idol and if is a passing fad or if it has influenced American
                  And global culture.

Social Commentary Author and media critic William Powers talks about        2/21 10:06/54 mins
                  disconnecting ourselves from our gadgets and reconnecting
                  with everyday life.

Social Commentary Columbus Dispatch Reporter Mark Ferenchik and WOSU          2/22 11:40/20 mins
                  News Reporter Mandie Trimble talk about the rezoning
                  Of Cooper Stadium for a racetrack and an automotive
                  Research facility and the continuing community opposition
                  And the next steps to gain approval.

Social Commentary Filmmaker David Swajeski and fashion designer Nary         2/25 11:40/20 mins
                  Manivong Talk about Nary growing up homeless in Columbus,
                  Ohio and his journey as a self-taught fashion designer now
                  Recognized by Women’s Wear Daily as a new designer to
                  watch.
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Issue           Significant Programming                          Date Time/Duration
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Social Commentary Authors New York Times reporter David Rohde and fashion/ 3/4       10:06/54 mins
                  Photography director Kristen Mulvihill take a look at the war
                  In Afghanistan through the dual perspective of a journalist
                  Kidnapped by the Taliban and of his wife, who advocated
                  For his release.

Social Commentary OSU Social Studies and Global Education Professor Merry      3/7   10:06/54 mins
                  Merryfield, OSU Public Health graduate student Kristen
                  Mallory and OSU Center for International Business Education
                  Academic Director Stephen Mills, all former Peace Corps
                  Volunteers, talk about the life-changing impact of the Peace
                  Corp experience and how the Peace Corps’ mission has
                  Evolved to the present with foreign correspondent and author
                  Stanley Meilser.

Social Commentary L.A. Times Washington Bureau Reporter Kathleen Hennessey 3/7       11:40/20 mins
                  Talks about the recent focus on abortion related issues in
                  Congress.

Social Commentary Public Children Services Association of Ohio Executive       3/24 10:06/54 mins
                  Director Crystal Ward Allen and Kinship Caregiver Martha
                  Renda talk about the importance of kin caregivers as
                  Permanent custodians for children as an alternative to
                  Foster and group care.

Social Commentary Author and journalist Anna Quindlen talks about her latest   3/31 11:06/54 mins
                  Novel “Every Last One”, a story about the undercurrents
                  Beneath the happy surface of an ordinary marriage and
                  Family.

Technology         A conversation with Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, a    1/28 10:06/54 mins
                   Free, open-sourced and collaborative web-based
                   Encyclopedia.

				
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