Gov. Andrew Cuomo is going on his predecessor's radio show at about 4:10 p.m. today, the governor's press office said in a news release.
Former Gov. David Paterson has turned to a career in broadcasting after a truncated term that was by most measures a failure. Many people, though, give Mr. Paterson credit for sounding the alarm on the state's fiscal problems.
Mr. Paterson has effusively praised Mr. Cuomo, his fellow Democrat, for what he's been able to accomplish in the first nine-plus months in office.
Listen to the show just after 4 p.m. here.
With Mr. Cuomo's appearance, Mr. Paterson will have had his successor and his predecessor, former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, on his show.