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Bob Salter

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New York , NY

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CBS Radio

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English


Episodes

10/20/13 The Law Profession

10/21/2013
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Criminal defense and civil law attorney Adam Thompson discussed why he views practicing law as the noblest of professions, how the jury system works, and the media effect on trial outcomes.

10/20/13 Island Harvest

10/21/2013
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Island Harvest CEO/President Randi Dresner discussed hunger on Long Island, the majority of people accessing the network are working poor, the lingering effects of Hurricane Sandy on Long Island communities, and programs for children.

10/13/13 Show

10/14/2013
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Dr. Bob DeMaria discussed ongoing exposure to massive amounts of estrogen, his drugless strategies to prevent cancer, his view that soy puts too much estrogen in the body, and steps to balance female hormones.

10/6/13 Haiti

10/6/2013
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Activist Beverly Bell discussed Haiti’s history of resistance, how women in Haiti have played a large role in changing the balance of political and social power, and the country’s ongoing effort to recover from the devastating January 2010 earthquake.

10/6/13 Teaching about Race and Racism

10/6/2013
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University of Massachusetts Philosophy Professor Lawrence Blum discussed his experience teaching a public high school course on race and racism, the directness of students’ questions, and the paradoxes of his own role as a white college professor teaching in a multiracial high school classroom.

9/29/13 Surviving Breast Cancer

10/6/2013
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Author Linda Morin discussed her experience as a breast cancer patient and survivor, how she feels patients can handle the diagnosis, and her efforts to inspire other patients to survive while fighting breast cancer aggressively.

9/15/13 Program

9/16/2013
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Author Dara Feldman discussed her experience as a classroom teacher, why honoring students is important, why relationships are most important in education, the work of the Virtues Project International, and the difference between virtues and values.

9/8/13 Prostate Health

9/9/2013
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Integrated Medical Foundation president Dr. Eric Mitchnick discussed the incidence of prostate cancer, the importance of early detection in diagnosing and treating prostate cancer, treatment options, and the fact prostate cancer is highly treatable in the majority of patients.

9/1/13 NJ Special Olympics

9/1/2013
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Special Olympics New Jersey President/CEO Marc Edenzon discussed the organization’s milestones of success, changing perceptions of Special Olympics athletes, and plans for the 2014 USA Special Olympics National Game.

9/1/13 Kurth Cup Hockey Tournament Fundraiser

9/1/2013
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Robert Harclerode discussed health problems that plagued fellow hockey player Tom Kurth, organization of the Kurth Cup Hockey Tournament Fundraiser, and how the hockey community is supporting Kurth’s family and his recovery efforts.

9/1/13 Dealing with Stress

9/1/2013
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Deborah Moore discussed the mind-body connection as it relates to stress, issues related to stress management, and terrorism concerns with the upcoming twelfth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

8/25/13 The Jodi AriasTrial

8/26/2013
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Author and HLN host Jane Velez-Mitchell discussed her investigation of convicted murderer Jodi Arias’ history of deceit, her brutal killing of her boyfriend, and the complicated penalty phase of her capital murder trial.

8/25/13 The 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington

8/26/2013
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Rainbow Push Coalition founder and president Reverend Jesse Jackson discussed the legacy of the 50th anniversary of the National March on Washington, his memories as a student attending the 1963 March, and economic disparities present among different segments of society.

8/11/13 Drinking and Driving (don't do it)

8/12/2013
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Author Steven Benvenisti discussed his recovery from a coma and injuries after he was rundown by a drunk driver on Spring Break, how the injuries and recovery motivated him to become a personal injury attorney, and the need for greater awareness about the dangers of drinking and driving.

8/11/13 PAL

8/12/2013
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Police Athletic League Director of Field Operations Richard Guevara discussed the nonprofit organization’s mission keeping young people out of trouble by channeling their energies into recreational and athletic programs, the creation of play-streets as a safe environment for New York City children, and the organization’s partnership with the New York city police department.

8/11/13 U.S. Civil War

8/12/2013
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Sociologist and historian James Loewen discussed basic misconceptions about the Confederacy, the Civil War, and the actions of subsequent neo-Confederates.

8/4/13 A goofier than usual Bob with Ben Frank

8/4/2013
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Author Ben Frank discussed research of an ancient relatives experience during the Russian Civil War and its consequences, why many Russian Jews left for America, and Frank’s experience travelling despite heightened security precautions.

8/4/13 Alison Tocci

8/4/2013
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City Parks Foundation president Alison Tocci discussed the organization’s work offering park programs throughout New York city, the free arts, education and sports programs offered, and empowering citizens to support their parks.

7/21/13 Peter Lance

7/21/2013
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Former ABC News correspondent Peter Lance discussed the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s secret relationship with mob killer Greg Scarpa Sr., why the use of Scarpa as a paid confidential informant continued, and why Lance’s revelations have largely been ignored by mainstream media outlets.

7/21/13 Leslie Grossman

7/21/2013
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Leadership and business development expert Leslie Grossman discussed her LINK OUT approach to networking, how to transform brief connections into long-term relationships, and how prospective job seekers can get a foot in a prospective employer’s door.
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