Break out the fireworks! We’re building this year’s summer reading list and we want your suggestions. Just use the comment function at the end of the list to share your recommendations with us. This is NOT your grandmother’s book...
Jul 12, 2007 — Hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson are joined by John Ernst and your calls to compile a selection of the best warm weather books for this year's annual summer reading list. You can request an email or printed copy of the list from firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling the station, 1-877-388-6277. Go to full article
May 11, 2007 — Local weather and natural observations recorded for the region over many years give support for the claim that the North Country mirrors the rest of the world in experiencing a warming climate. What might that mean for the environment, the economy, and our way of life? Martha Foley, paleoclimatologist Curt Stager and physicist Aileen O'Donoghue discuss the possibilities and take calls from listeners. Go to full article
Apr 05, 2007 — Each April, Poetry Month, Readers & Writers opens the airwaves to poets and poetry fans throughout the region. Callers join special guests Kathleen Curry, Albert Glover and Allen Hoey with poetry of adversity and overcoming obstacles. Chris Robinson and Dale Hobson co-host. Go to full article
Jan 04, 2007 — Our Annual Winter Reading Call-in, a special two-hour edition of Readers & Writers. Ellen Rocco, Chris Robinson and guest John Ernst discuss their picks for the best winter reading this year. They are joined by callers and correspondents from throughout the region. Go to full article
Dec 18, 2006 — Host Martha Foley is joined by Jackie Sauter, Wally Seibel and Carol Berard, cooks and food enthusiasts all, to share holiday recipes and tips with callers. The call-in is an annual holiday feature. Go to full article
May 24, 2006 — Cornell Cooperative Extension horticulturist and NCPR gardening maven Amy Ivy take calls from listeners about the best thing to do in May--work in the garden. Tips, troubleshooting, suggestions and more. With host Martha Foley. Go to full article