Tuesday, November 20, 7 p.m. CST (KAMU 90.9 FM, College Station)
1. News Media, Take One
Erica Chickowski, writer for the Washington Post, discusses the ability of programs like Google Maps to help organizations in times of crisis.
2. Inside the Beltway
Michael O’Hanlon, from the Brookings Institution specializes in U.S. national security policy and is a senior fellow on foreign policy. He talks about the changes in the new national strategy from the Bush administration.
3. News Media, Take Two
Renae Merle, staff writer for the Washington Post, talks about our quest for an Anthrax vaccine. In specific, Merle discusses what's being done with excess doses and how these doses are being wasted away due to non-use.
4. Outside the Beltway
Dr. Eric Toner, senior associate with the Center for Biosecurity at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), discusses his role in maintaining public health and medical readiness. Toner also discusses ways in which to get the private sector involved.
5. Wild Card
Chris Doyle, director of infrastructure in the geophysical division at DHS, discusses the importance of prepared response to critical infrastructure. Doyle talks about what he does to ensure that our response is both efficient and effective in dealing with major problems.
Randy Larsen and Dave McIntyre offer their insight to the show. They review the new U.S. strategies and offer thoughts on how to attack new problems within homeland security.
7. HLS at Home
Mark Stanford, chief of fire operations with Texas Forest Service, talks about coordinating Texas wildfires and maintaining proper communications throughout all of Texas.