Political Rountable/Fall Foliage/tempest/essay

Political Roundtable: Frank Stasio hosts a roundtable conversation on the political news of the day. Guests include Mike Munger, chair of the political science department at Duke University; Ed Cone, opinion columnist at the Greensboro News and Record and author of the weblog EdCone.com; and Kerra Bolton, reporter with the Asheville Citizen-Times. Listener Call-In. (32:00)

Fall Foliage in NC: Host Frank Stasio asks Gary Walker, professor of biology at Appalachian State University, his predictions for this year’s fall colors. (5:00)

The Tempest: Host Frank Stasio speaks with composer and librettist Lee Hoiby. Hoiby’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” is being performed by The Long Leaf Opera, and opens at The Carolina Theater in Durham on Thursday, Sept. 30. (7:00)

Essay: When President George Bush and Senator John Kerry face the TV cameras tonight there will surely be plenty of talk about God, morality and doing the right thing. Writer Michael Chitwood wonders if the candidates truly know of what they speak. (3:00)

Political Roundtable
Fall Foliage
The Tempest and Essay

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