The Marc Steiner Show

Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-noon

The Marc Steiner Show, a production of the Center for Emerging Media, first aired on March 3, 1993, with an episode in which panelists debated the controversial birth control method, Norplant. Since that date, Marc has never shied away from grappling with the tough issues of the day, and has continued to bring the voices of all stakeholders to the airwaves – acknowledging that an informed listenership is critical to a true democracy, and trusting that educated listeners are capable of making their own decisions on issues that affect them. The topics of The Marc Steiner Show are wide-ranging, and include arts and culture; education; homelessness; international, state and local politics; women’s issues; prisons and prisoners; religion; science; sports; sustainable farming; and the environment. 

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Maryland State House in Annapolis.
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In anticipation of the upcoming Annapolis Summit, host Marc Steiner is covering the various issues that will be discussed at the event. 

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Marc Steiner is counting down to the Annapolis Summit by reviewing topics that will be covered there. The topic of the following segments is Maryland Transportation Policy.

In Part 1, Marc Steiner speaks with: Bryan Sears, Government Reporter for The Daily Record.

In Part 2, Marc Steiner speaks with: Delegate Robert Flanagan (MD-District 9B), former Maryland Secretary of Transportation; and Mel Freeman, former Executive Director of Citizens Planning and Housing Association.

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On the Local News Roundtable, Marc Steiner's guests talk about and analyze the upcoming four years with a new mayor and city council, including what will happen regarding the DOJ consent decree. With: community activist Kim Trueheart; community activist Melissa Schober; and former City Councilman Carl Stokes, Founder of Banneker Blake Academy of Arts and Science.

The Marc Steiner Show brings you a conversation from the archives: host Marc Steiner speaks with Gyasi Ross, father, writer, artist, attorney, member of the Blackfeet Tribe, and author of How To Say I Love You In Indian. Steiner and Ross talk about the life and politics of America and racism, from the perspective of a Native American artist and activist.

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Host Marc Steiner discusses Youth and the Election. Steiner begins with the Hip Hop Caucus and an intern at Advancement Project.