- The French elect a new president
A record number of French voters forced a runoff between two very different presidential candidates, and a recent debate appears to have done little to predict who will win the weekend final round.9:00 a.m.
Eleanor Beardsley: Reports on French politics for NPR. We reached her at her home in Paris.
Alain Frecon: Honorary consul for France. He's the founder of the arbitration consulting firm, Frecon & Associates. He was recently awarded the Legion of Honor.
Patricia Lorcin: Associate professor of history at the University of Minnesota.
- Pitfalls of padding a resume
Business ethics experts say applicants falsify their credentials on job applications more often than expected, which can have disastrous effects in the workplace.10:00 a.m.
Richard Coughlan: Associate Dean for Graduate and Executive Programs at the University of Richmond.
Jude Werra: Consultant for executive search firm Jude M. Werra & Associates LLC, and publisher of The Liars Index.
- The Friday Follow: Lucinda Delaney Schroeder
A former special agent talks about training wildlife agents in undercover work. She appeared on the Midmorning program on April 27, 2006.10:45 a.m.
Lucinda Delaney Schroeder: Former U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service special agent. She is the author of "A Hunt for Justice: The True Story of a Woman Undercover Wildlife Agent."
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