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MC's Cordery to be on TV

Barry McNamara
02/1/2010
Monmouth College history professor Stacy Cordery will be on television next week.
Late last fall, Cordery was interviewed for the PBS program “Interesting People,” a monthly series on WTVP in Peoria hosted by local attorney and media personality Ed Sutkowski. The program features half-hour conversations with a wide range of interesting individuals about their lives, careers, ideas, goals and accomplishments.
Cordery’s appearance is scheduled to air on Feb. 17 at 10 p.m.
WTVP is not part of the cable system available in Monmouth, but it is viewable over the air within a 50-mile radius of Peoria on digital channel 47. It is also carried by Nova Cablevision in the area surrounding Monmouth. The interview will be available as a webcast at www.wtvp.org shortly after the broadcast is aired.
In 2007, Cordery received national attention for her biography “Alice: Alice Roosevelt Longworth, from White House Princess to Power Broker.” Cordery is also the bibliographer for the National First Ladies Library in Canton, Ohio.