Saturday, November 10, 2007

Second Saturday Magazine

10:00 a.m. - Bob Johnson, Second Saturday Magazine This week guests include: 10AM Roland Merullo author of "Golfing With God" talks about his new novel "Breakfast With Buddha." While traveling across the US with a crimson-robed Skovorodinian monk, Otto Ringling discovers his own true heart. 10:20AM Stacy Malken discusses the ugly side of beauty industry, in her new book “Not Just a Pretty Face" she says that is not just the lead in lipstick that has her concerned. 10:40 AM Kevin Kwan talks of how he brought the Ramiro Fernandez collection of photographs to book form. “I was Cuba” is an extraordinary tour of some of the most striking images of street and country life during the 19th and 20th century. 11AM Mark Bittman is our guest this hour. The New York Times minimalist who taught thousands to cook with his award winning "How to Cook Everything" has a new book: "How to Cook Everything Vegetarian." 11:20AM Richard Hindberg returns to the program to talk about his new book, “Peak Everything.” Hindberg once again offers some new ideas to help stop a possible worldwide environmental collapse. Time approximate: 11:50 AM to 12:10PM John Banta “Extreme Weather Hits Home.” This is a nuts and bolts guide to help you prepare your home for climate change. 12:30 PM Our guest is Robert Morgan author of “Boone: A Biography.” Daniel Boone’s legacy is the state of Kentucky. Daniel Blake Smith says that Morgan's work is "... Informed by serious scholarship propelled by superb story telling." 12:50 Bettie B. Youngs and Joanne Wolf discuss their book "Teaching Kids to Care." Learn how to teach the universal basic concepts of humanity. 1:10 PM to 1:30 PM James Loewen wrote “The Lies My Teacher Told Me”. He continues to monitor the way history is taught in high schools. The new edition is completely revised. 1:30PM Professor Alfred Gerteiny, PhD author of "Terrorist Conjunction" in studio guest-- we talk about hope and latest mid-east peace talks between the Israeli and Palestinian governments. Technorati tags: , , , , ,