All Together Now!: Frank Snowden
90.7-FM in NY's Upper Hudson Valley and wgxc.org/listen everywhere
Produced by many contributors.
First, tune in The River Newsroom's weekly COVID-19 report, with all the latest pandemic news from the Catskills and Hudson Valley. Then, WOOC's Lovonia Mallory interviews Professor Dr. Frank Snowden about his book "Epidemics and Society, 1600 to the Present (2019)." Snowden discusses the societal implication of pandemic, and the importance of corporation and planning. Snowden received his B.A. degree in Government from Harvard in 1968 D.Phil. Degree in 1975 from Oxford. He was an Assistant Professor of History at Yale University, 1975 – 1978, a Lecturer, then Reader, in History at the University of London from 1978 – 1990; and a Professor of History at Yale University, where remained from 1991 until his retirement in 2018.
"All Together Now!" is a daily news show brought to you by WGXC-FM in Greene and Columbia counties. The show is a unique, community-based collaboration between listeners and programmers, both on-air and off. "All Together Now!" features local and regional news, weather updates, feature segments, and newsmaker interviews. "All Together Now!" begins with The WGXC Daily, a news roundup with local event listings. Then, there are special segments of shows about the Hudson Valley, interviews with newsmakers, and your friends and neighbors talking about local subjects. Contributors include Rob Gelles, Joe Demanso of the Catskill Makers Syndicate, Philip Grant, Tim Light, Tom Roe, Lynn Sloneker, Julia Joern, and many others. Some reports come from WGXC's partner station WOOC-LP in Troy, New York. Tune in to learn more about the issues that affect communities throughout the Capital Region and the Hudson Valley, from the Catskills to the Berkshires and beyond. Listeners can call (518) 291-9492 any time and leave a three-minute message, that may be included on "All Together Now!”. Or, if you want to get involved, email the WGXC news team at email@example.com. "All Together Now!" also has a 24/7 news stream online, where you can tune in to local and regional news and more, any time of the day or night. Click on the "Listen Live" bar at wgxc.org.