30 November 2011
Professional historian and ge
nealogist Jane E. Wilcox will have the following upcoming programs on her talk radio show, The Forget-Me-Not Hour: Your Ancestors Want Their Stories to Be Told, on WHVW 950 AM radio in and on www.BlogTalkRadio.com/JaneEWilcox. Poughkeepsie
7 December: Behind the Scenes on TV and David Rambo. David Rambo, the former producer of the hit TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, joins Jane to talk about the behind-the-scenes development of and writing scripts for fictional TV shows and his work on CSI and as a playwright using history as inspiration. This show airs live at on WHVW 950 AM radio in
and is rebroadcast at on www.BlogTalkRadio.com/JaneEWilcox that evening. Poughkeepsie
21 December: Hereditary Societies. Sandra MacLean Clunies, a professional ge
nealogist, author, lecturer and member of such hereditary societies as the Daughters of the American Revolution and Hereditary Order of the Families of the Presidents and First Ladies of America, will tell us what these societies are all about and how you, too, could become a member of one. Airs on BlogTalkRadio.com/JaneEWilcox at
Editor’s Note: There is an archive of past shows available and includes topics such as:
o NY Library Fire and Doc Donations
o Community Ge
nealogy and Helen Shaw
o Photo Detective Maureen Taylor
o Edwin Ford,
Historian Kingston, NY
o Jewish Gen IAJGS Gary Mokotoff
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