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CONNECTICUT PUBLIC RADIO, The Great Debates
By Robin Dorman (ebluegoose.com)
Co-produced a national radio and television series broadcast by over seventy-five radio and television stations nationwide. Noted scholars and experts joined moderator Robert Krulwich, then economics correspondent for National Public Radio (now technology correspondent for television) to debate whether justice is served by our current rape laws, the relevance of civil defense plans, the morality of our immigration policies, and hazardous waste disposal. The executive producer was Faith Middleton, now host of The Faith Middleton Show on Connecticut Public Radio and the recipient of the George Foster Peabody Award.
Researched and wrote a grant for a national public radio program called Classical Call-In, a live classical music program on the controversies in classical music as pure theater, featuring a panel of guests all chosen for their wit and wisdom and ability to disagree. Confirmed panelists included three regulars (Murry Sidlin of the Aspen Music Festival, Martin Bresnik of the Yale School of Music, and Donald Harris of the Hartt School of Music) and an additional special guest of national stature from among the countrys leading composers, musicians, and conductors, including Isaac Stern, Lorin Hollander, James Tocco, Garrick Ohlsson, Gary Graffman, and John Cage.