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Monday, January 01, 2007

For the new year, we begin in the married couple’s home with Esther Perel, author of “Mating in Captivity,” then move on to the movie theater with legendary indie film producer Christine Vachon, then live coverage of Eliot Spitzer’s inaugural address.

Mating In Captivity

Esther Perel, marriage and family therapist and author, Mating In Captivity (Harper Collins 2006)
- talks about sustaining a relationship within the marriage

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Celluloid City

Christine Vachon, independent film producer, author, A Killer Life: How an Independent Film Producer Survives Deals and Disasters in Hollywood and Beyond (Simon & Schuster, 2006)
- what life is like for an independent film producer in New York

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Sean Bell Commentary

Brian Lehrer comments on the Sean Bell shooting

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From Rocky to Pataki

Peter Eisenstadt, New York scholar and editor of The Encyclopedia of New York State (Syracuse University, 2005)
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Ester Fuchs, professor of international and public affairs and political science, the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University and former advisor to Mayor Bloomberg ...

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On Day One!

Douglas Muzzio, professor of Public Affairs at Baruch College
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Fred Dicker, state editor for the New York Post
- preview Governor Spitzer's first day

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Live Coverage

of Governor Eliot Spitzer's inaugural address

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The People's Inaugural

Errol Cockfield, Albany Bureau Chief, Newsday
and
Elaine Rivera, WNYC reporter
and
Douglas Muzzio, professor of Public Affairs at Baruch College
- on the inauguration address of Governor Eliot Spitzer

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