Friday, November 30, 2012 – Friday, December 7, 2012
|In the face of the fiscal cliff, some Republicans have backed off an anti-tax pledge. What effect could this have on negotiation talks? And on what are Democrats willing to compromise? Aaron Blake, political reporter for “The Washington Post”, joins us to discuss.
In the latest installment of our education series, “Too Important to Fail: A Day in the Life of…”, we’ll spend a day with Seattle school teacher Zac Stowell and get his perspective on the challenges of being an educator today.
We continue our conversation with author and talk show host Larry Elder and discuss how he was able to mend a decade-long strained relationship with his father, as he details in the new book, “Dear Father, Dear Son”.
Sports commentator George Johnson brings us up to date in the world of sports with his 3-minute sports drill.
Twenty years into his career, seven-time Grammy nominee Dave Koz shares his first live album, “Dave Koz: Live at the Blue Note Tokyo”, and talks about his 15th annual Christmas tour.