30 Issues in 30 Days’ New Jersey development week concludes with a look at planning and transit. Independent candidate Chris Daggett weighs in on how he thinks the Garden State should grow. Plus, dinner party how-to.
Michael Shear, White House correspondent for The Washington Post and Alex Counts president and CEO of the Grameen Foundation, partner to the Grameen Bank, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, talks about President Obama being awarded the international honor nine months into his presidency. Plus, George Packer of the ...
Roy Richard Grinker, an anthropologist who conducts research on autism at George Washington University, and father of a child with autism, follows up on a comment about the link between autism and thimerosal in vaccines, as well as general uneasiness about vaccines.
Kelly M. Pyrek, editor of Infection Control Today, follows up on a listener question about infection and doctors wearing their scrubs on the subway. Plus, the difference between "flouting" the rules and "flaunting" something.
New Jersey Development week wraps up. Robert W. Burchell, director of the Urban Planning and Policy Development Program at Rutgers University, and WNYC senior reporter Bob Hennelly discuss the problems of suburban sprawl in New Jersey.
WNYC 93.9 FM and AM 820 are New York's flagship public radio stations, broadcasting the finest programs from NPR and Public Radio International, as well as a wide range of award-winning local programming. WNYC is a division of New York Public Radio.