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Original Air Date: 6/8/2006 Avian Flu and Author on South
Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries Commissioner Ron Sparks discusses concerns about hurricane season. He will discuss lessons learned from last year and take viewer questions at 1-866-552-0025. Plus, Carla Thompson talks about a book she’s written on life in Alabama. She will discuss where her inspiration came from and the view of Alabama she is trying to convey.
Original Air Date: 6/7/2006 Primary Wrap
The day after primary elections “For the Record” political analysts Dax Swatek and John Anzalone debate the meaning behind the votes. Were voters sending a message about how they will vote in November or will other issues become the topics of discussion in the coming months. Swatek and Anzalone will also preview any runoff races and interesting November match-ups.
Original Air Date: 6/6/2006 Election Day
Alabamians go to the polls to cast votes in either the Democratic or Republican primaries. The votes will determine the nominees for the general election. The turnout for the elections will be analyzed. A special live “For The Record” at eleven will have returns and reaction from candidates in key races.
Original Air Date: 6/5/2006 Party Chairs Preview Primary
The heads of the Democratic and Republican Parties discuss the next day primary races. Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh from the Alabama Republican Party and the Alabama Democratic Party’s Joe Turnham give their expectations on turnout and provide last-minute information for voters on the importance of primaries and the role the event plays in state government. They will also take viewer questions at 1-866-552-0025.
Original Air Date: 6/2/2006 Week In Review
Kim Price from the “Wetumpka Herald” and John Ehinger with the “Huntsville Times” will be among the three Alabama journalists discussing the events of the past week.
Original Air Date: 6/1/2006 Governor Bob Riley (R)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Bob Riley is Governor of Alabama.
Original Air Date: 5/31/2006 Governor Candidate Roy Moore (R)
Roy Moore is seeking the Republican Nomination for Governor. Moore was once Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.
Original Air Date: 5/30/2006 Governor Candidate Don Siegelman (D)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Don Siegelman was Governor of Alabama.
Original Air Date: 5/29/2006 Governor Candidate Lucy Baxley (D)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Lucy Baxley is currently Lt. Governor.
Original Air Date: 5/26/2006 Week In Review
Ken Hare from the “Montgomery Advertiser” will be among the three Alabama journalists discussing the events of the past week.
Original Air Date: 5/25/2006 Governor Candidate James Potts (D)
James Potts is seeking the Democratic nomination for Governor. Potts is a financial professional from Wilton.
Original Air Date: 5/24/2006 Governor Candidate Nathan Mathis (D)
Former State Representative Nathan Mathis talks about why he is running for Governor. Mathis represented parts of the Wiregrass in the Alabama House of Representatives.
Original Air Date: 5/23/2006 Anthony Lake, former National Security Advisor
Anthony Lake was National Security Advisor for President Bill Clinton’s first term. Lake would be nominated to become the head of the Central Intelligence Agency but withdrew his nomination amid criticism of his previous policies. Lake is now the Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.
Original Air Date: 5/22/2006 Governor Candidate Harry Lyon (D)
Democrat Harry Lyon talks about why he is running for Governor. Lyon is an attorney from Pelham.
Original Air Date: 5/19/2006 Week In Review
3 top Alabama journalists review the stories of the week.
Original Air Date: 5/18/2006 Governor Candidate Copeland (D)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Joe Copeland is a retired businessman running for the state’s top office.
Original Air Date: 5/17/2006 Hollywood Actor from Alabama
Program Note: The scheduled interview with Democratic candidate for Governor Lucy Baxley has been rescheduled for airing on Monday, 5/29. CBS Television has announced it is picking up the drama “Jericho”, a drama about what happens when a nuclear mushroom cloud suddenly appears on the horizon, plunging the residents of a small, peaceful Kansas town into chaos, leaving them completely isolated and wondering if they're the only Americans left alive.. A veteran TV and movie actor from Alabama is up for a major role in the show, and we’ll talk with Vic Polizos about acting, Hollywood and more.
Original Air Date: 5/16/2006 Lt. Governor Candidate George Wallace, Jr. (R)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. George Wallace, Jr. is currently on the Public Service Commission.
Original Air Date: 5/15/2006 Lt. Governor Candidate Luther Strange (R)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Luther Strange is a Birmingham attorney.
Original Air Date: 5/12/2006 Week in Review
3 Journalists join Tim Lennox to review this week's stories.
Original Air Date: 5/11/2006 Lt. Governor Candidate Mo Brooks (R)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Mo Brooks once served in the Alabama Legislature and is a Madison County Commissioner.
Original Air Date: 5/10/2006 Lt. Governor Candidate Hilbun Adams (R)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Hilburn Adams is a cabinetmaker from Vestavia Hills.
Original Air Date: 5/9/2006 Attorney General Candidate Mark Montiel (R)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Mark Montiel was once on the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals.
Original Air Date: 5/8/2006 Attorney General Candidate Troy King (R)
For the Record interviews electoral candidates during the month of May. Troy King was appointed Attorney General and is seeking a full term.
Original Air Date: 5/5/2006 Week In Review
Bill Barrow of the “Press-Register” will be among the three Alabama journalists discussing the events of the past week.
Original Air Date: 5/4/2006 Attorney General Candidate John Tyson (D)
Mobile District Attorney John Tyson is running for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General. Tyson talks about his campaign and what the important issues in the race are.
Original Air Date: 5/3/2006 Attorney General Candidate Larry Darby (D)
Larry Darby is seeking the office of Attorney General. Darby, a Democrat, describes why he wants to be Attorney General and what he would do if elected.
Original Air Date: 5/2/2006 Chief Justice Candidate Tom Parker (R)
Tom Parker is an Associate Justice on the Alabama Supreme Court. A Republican, Parker talks about why he wants to be Chief Justice and how he would operate the state’s highest court.
Original Air Date: 5/1/2006 Chief Justice Candidate Drayton Nabers (R)
Drayton Nabers has been Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court since June of 2004. He discusses why he wants a full-term as Chief Justice and is seeking the Republican nomination for the office.
Original Air Date: 4/28/2006 Week In Review
Dan Delong of the “Western Star” will be among the three Alabama journalists discussing the events of the past week.
Original Air Date: 4/27/2006 Rehabilitation Services
Steve Shivers is the Commissioner for the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services. The agency helps children and adults with disabilities. In 2005 they served some 63,000 Alabamians. Shivers will discuss the department’s work and take viewer questions when they call 1-866-552-0025.
Original Air Date: 4/26/2006 Alabama is Open for Business
Hurricanes Ivan and Katrina dealt a hefty blow to Alabama's coastal tourist and lodging facilities, but the state's Travel and Tourism director says "Alabama is open for business." The shops and condos may be ready but are the tourists coming back? Lee Sentell, director of the Alabama Bureau of Travel and Tourism is our guest.
Original Air Date: 4/25/2006 Primary Questions
Former Governor Don Siegelman is about to go on trial for federal corruption charges. Siegelman is also running to win his old job back. With the primary only weeks away, the situations raises a number of questions on what the Democratic Party will have to do depending on if the trial results in a guilty verdict.
Original Air Date: 4/24/2006 Professor David Harrell
Retired Auburn University Professor David Harrell says Pentecostalism is growing in influence in Christianity. Harrell has written a book on this growing movement and how religion influences society.
Original Air Date: 4/21/2006 Week in Review
Steve Chiotakes from WBHM-FM in Birmingham, Jon Kent of WVAS-FM Montgomery, and Bob Martin of the "Montgomery Independent" will discuss the events of the past week.
Original Air Date: 4/20/2006 Segregation Pardons
The legislature passed a bill allowing for pardons for people like Rosa Parks convicted of breaking segregation laws. But there is debate about whether the civil rights workers want the record of their stand against those laws stricken from records. A look at how the legislation could impact history.
Original Air Date: 4/19/2006 Auburn University President
Auburn University President Ed Richardson discusses future plans for the state’s largest university. Richardson is planning a number of initiatives to help the school fulfill its educational mission. Richardson became interim President of Auburn University in January of 2004.
Original Air Date: 4/18/2006 Review of 2006 Regular Session
The 2006 Regular Session finished on Monday April 17th. Auburn University Montgomery Political Scientist D'Linell Finley will be among the guests analyzing the issues lawmakers addressed and the measures not passed during the session.
Original Air Date: 4/17/2006 Economic Recruitment Director
Alabama did not win Kia’s new automotive plant, but the state is hard at work to recruit suppliers to the facility being built in Georgia. Neal Wade is the Director of the Alabama Development Office. The department works to bring quality jobs to the state. Wade will talk about helping existing companies expand and convincing new firms to choose the state as a location. He will also take questions from viewers when they call 1-866-552-0025.
Original Air Date: 4/14/2006 Week In Review
Sallie Owen from the "Press-Register" will be among the three Alabama journalists discussing the events of the past week.
Original Air Date: 4/13/2006 Tax Cut Credit
Lawmakers passed a bill to raise the level of income a person makes before being required to pay income taxes. Tax relief proposals received a great deal of attention during the session. With this being an election year, how big of a role will the passed tax cut impact this year's elections.
Original Air Date: 4/12/2006 Massachusetts Healthcare
Massachusetts lawmakers want universal healthcare for all in the state. The measure calls for everyone to buy medical insurance, businesses not offering health insurance would pay to help cover the uninsured. Will the state’s effort work? Will Alabama look at some way to address the issue of rising healthcare costs and getting coverage for the uninsured?
Original Air Date: 4/11/2006 Immigration Debate
The U.S. Congress is trying to pass an immigration reform bill. But a compromise bill has been delayed in the U.S. Senate. Leaders from both parties believed an agreement had been reached on the bill that would divide illegal immigrants into three categories. The categories would determine the process for the undocumented immigrants to become U.S. citizens. Now any work on the bill is not expected until after the Easter recess.
Original Air Date: 4/10/2006 Donate A Life
April is Donate A Life Month. The month is devoted to raising the importance of organ donation. In Alabama, some 2600 people are waiting for an organ donation. Representatives from the Alabama Organ Center will discuss the need for organ donation. Viewers can ask questions when they call 1-866-552-0025.
Original Air Date: 4/7/2006 Week In Review
Bill Perkins of the "Dothan Eagle" will be among the three Alabama journalists discussing the events of the past week.
Original Air Date: 4/6/2006 Immigration
Congress is currently debating what to do about the number of people immigrating to America. There are various ideas. President Bush proposes three elements: more border security, enforcing laws of undocumented aliens working in U.S. Businesses, and a temporary worker program to provide a legal way to bring people in the country.
Original Air Date: 4/5/2006 Religious Fundamentalism
Retired Auburn University Professor David Harrell says Pentecostalism is growing in influence in Christianity. Harrell has written a book on this growing movement and how religion influences society.
Original Air Date: 4/4/2006 Boat Battle
The Alabama House of Representative has passed a bill restricting the size of boats on some Alabama lakes. This raised concerns with boat owners on their freedom to own and use the boat of their choice. Advocates say the measure is needed to preserve lakes for the enjoyment for everyone.
Original Air Date: 4/3/2006 Natural Resources Commissioner
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is responsible for the management of 22 state parks, 23 public fishing lakes, 34 wildlife areas and oversight of other natural resources. M. Barnett Lawley serves as the Commissioner of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, and he will discuss ongoing renovations and improvement to state parks and other programs his agency is responsible for operating. Lawley will also take questions when viewers call 1-866-552-0025.
Original Air Date: 3/31/2006 Week In Review
Kim Price from the "Wetumpka Herald" and Leada Gore of the "Hartselle Enquirer" will be among the three Alabama journalists to discuss the events of the past week.

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