A Lively Experiment: Year in Review (Best & Worst of 2010) and Predictions for 2011
A Lively Experiment airs on WSBE Rhode Island PBS (36.1) Thursdays at 7 PM, with rebroadcasts on Saturdays at 7 PM on WSBE Learn (36.2) and Sundays at noon on WSBE Rhode Island PBS (36.1).
This week's show is the annual year-in-review and predictions program. Panelists will share their thoughts on last year's biggest news stories, the year's winners and losers, and the best and worst in politics. The panel will also look ahead with their predictions for 2011 and the people to watch in the coming year...
Jim Hagan – moderator
Ian Donnis – political reporter, WRNI public radio
Jim Hummel – executive director, The Hummel Report
Bernard Jackvony – attorney, former Lieutenant Governor and former chair of the R.I. Republican Party
Maureen Moakley – URI political science professor
- Top Local Story of 2010
- Top National Story of 2010
- Biggest Winner (2010)
- Biggest Loser (2010)
- Best Political Moment (2010)
- Worst Political Moment (2010)
- Only in Rhode Island Moment (2010)
- People to Watch in 2011
- Predictions for 2011
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