HearSay Programming March 27 - March 30

HearSay Pet Health with Dr. Phyllis Neumann

Monday, March 27, 2017

Many people dread Mondays, but we're hoping that today's edition of Pet Health will be the highlight of your week! Dr. Phyllis Neumann joins us in studio to answer all of your pet questions. What are your biggest concerns for the spring season? Let us know at 440-2665.


After the Vote: Right to Marry

Tuesday, March 28, 2017


On March 29, the NARO will air the new non-fiction film "The Freedom to Marry." The film explores the history of one of the most successful civil rights movements in America with insight from some of its key players. Today we're joined by Attorney General Mark Herring and Tony London for a discussion about the film and the battle for same-sex marriage legislation.


Editorial Roundtable

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

On today's HearSay, we're joined by the columnists and commentators that know Virginia's political machine inside and out. Be sure to tune in for what is sure to be a lively conversation about the issues that continue to dominate the Commonwealth's political landscape.


The Making of a Racist | Cure for Sepsis

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Making of a Racist tells the story of historian Charles Dew's experience growing up in the South in the era of Jim Crow.  Dew joins us for a conversation today about racism in America and the pivotal moments that helped him outgrow the views instilled in him as a child. And later, a Norfolk doctor found a way to successfully treat sepsis. How will this impact the medical world? Join us at 440-2665 and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.

*PLEASE NOTE: TOPICS AND GUESTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.