Pet Health with Dr. Phyllis Newman: Dog Days of Summer

Posted by: perry 6/28/2012 11:26 PM

Thursday, June 28, 2012

 Pet Health with Dr. Phyllis Newman: Dog Days of Summer

HearSay's favorite veterinarian, Dr. Phyllis Neumann joins us in studio Thursday to answer your pet health questions and to talk about the best ways to keep your pet healthy and happy as they transition from cool spring weather to the balmy summer months.

Scheduled Guests:

Dr. Phyllis Neumann, veterinarian at Todds Lane Veterinary Hospital in Hampton

toddslanevet.com

 

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HearSay's Delicious Dish: June 27th

Posted by: perry 6/27/2012 7:13 PM

Wednesday June 27, 2012

HearSay's Delicious Dish: June 27th

Segment A: Flavor Profiles

First up in our monthly cooking program, HearSay host Cathy Lewis talks with our favorite foodie, Patrick Evans-Hylton and gets the latest dish on local restaurants and eateries with our popular "Flavor Profiles" segment.

Segment B: Commanding Your Culinary Craft

Are you looking to sharpen up your culinary craft in the kitchen?  Or are you considering a career in cooking? Today we bring all aspects of the kitchen into the radio studio to take your questions about learning your way around a butcher's block. From chefs to sommeliers, our panel can help.  We'll also find out about where you can go in Hampton Roads to learn simple skills to the complex ones.

Scheduled Guests:

Patrick Evans-Hylton - Senior Editor for Food & Wine, "Hampton Roads Magazine" and executive editor for "Virginia Wine Lover Magazine," and author of six books, including two food history books and a cookbook, “Popcorn”

patrickevanshylton.com
hamptonroadsmagazine.com
virginiawinelover.com
 
Bobby Huber - Executive Chef, Steinhilber's Restaurant & Author of "Chew!"

steinys.com

Jonathan Highfield – Chef Instructor, Culinary Institute of Virginia

chefva.com

Marc Sauter - Wine Enthusiast and Master Sommelier at Zoës in Virginia Beach

zoesvb.com

Teresa Licato McCartney - Executive Chef, ARAMARK/Cox Communications, graduate of ECPI University’s School of Culinary Arts, Culinary Institute of Virginia

Amy Jordan - Director of Marketing & Public Relations, Taste Unlimited

tasteunlimited.com

Ina Lipkowitz - author of "Words to Eat By: Five Foods and the Culinary History of the English Language" a new book about the origins of food names.  She teaches English at MIT where she leads classes on fiction and the Bible. 

Ina Lipkowitz's bio via the MIT website

*Information about "Tick-borne Meat Allergy" as heard on today's HearSay 

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HearSay from the Headlines, June 26th

Posted by: perry 6/26/2012 10:26 PM

Tuesday June 26, 2012

 

HearSay from the Headlines, June 26th

Join us for another edition of Headlines, where we tackle the latest news headlines that have you talking.  We open up our lines for you to let us know your thoughts by calling in live at 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240.  You can also e-mail the program at hearsay@whrv.org or join us on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/hearsaywithcathylewis.  We'll continue our coverage of the unfolding story of ousted UVA President Teresa Sullivan and speak with UVA faculty and education experts.

Scheduled Guests:

Siva Vaidhyanathan - Chair, Department of Media Studies at the University of Virginia.

googlizationofeverything.com

Kevin Carey - Director, Education Policy Program at the New America Foundation

newamerica.net

Matthew Cameron - Editor-in-Chief, The Cavalier Daily

cavalierdaily.com/

Anita Kumar - Reporter, Washington Post

washingtonpost.com

 

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State of the Station 2012

Posted by: perry 6/25/2012 10:30 PM

Monday June 25, 2012

State of the Station 2012

As the 2012 fiscal year draws to a close at WHRO and WHRV-FM, we're talking the opportunity to reflect on the previous year's milestones and examine what new challenges and exciting opportunities the coming year may present.  President and CEO Bert Schmidt and Content Officer Heather Mazzoni join host Cathy Lewis and take you calls live at live at 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240.  Please join us and share your thoughts, you're the "public" in public radio!

Scheduled Guests:
Bert Schmidt - President and CEO, WHRO

Heather Mazzoni - Content Officer, WHRO

whro.org

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In the Garden with Jim Orband

Posted by: perry 6/21/2012 10:20 PM

Thursday, June 21, 2012

In the Garden with Jim Orband
Now that spring is officially behind us, our resident gardening expert, Jim Orband, stops by to share his "summer secrets."  He'll clue you in on how to keep your garden moist, cool, and flourishing in the coming months.  Tweet your toughest questions to @HearSayWHRV; Cathy Lewis will read them live on the air for the “unstumpable” Jim Orband.

Scheduled Guest:
Jim Orband - Senior Extension Agent Emeritus, Virginia Cooperative Extension
ext.vt.edu

 

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Indigent Care and Medicaid for the Masses

Posted by: perry 6/20/2012 10:32 PM

Wednesday June 20, 2012

Indigent Care and Medicaid for the Masses

In the coming days the supreme court of the United States will reach a decision on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care act.  The individual mandate portion of the act has sparked the greatest nationwide controversy but it is the fate of expanded Medicaid that has indigent care providers and advocates across the commonwealth holding their breath. Host Cathy Lewis speaks with these groups about the roles they play in caring, and providing for Virginia’s indigent population and what effect the Supreme Court’s ruling will have on their ability to do so effectively.


Scheduled Guests:
Michael H. Martz – Staff Writer, Richmond Times-Dispatch

timesdispatch.com


Linda Wilkinson –
Executive Director, Virginia Association of Free Clinics
vafreeclinics.org


Erin Moaratty –
Chief of Mission Delivery, Patient Advocate Foundation
patientadvocate.org

Deborah D. Oswalt – Executive Director, Virginia Health Care Foundation
vhcf.org

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The removal of UVA President Teresa Sullivan

Posted by: perry 6/19/2012 10:36 PM

Tuesday June 19, 2012

PROGRAM UPDATE: In light of rapidly evolving events at the University of Virginia, we’ll talk Tuesday about the impact of the growing controversy over the removal of UVA President Teresa Sullivan. The Faculty Senate has voted its lack of confidence in the Board of Visitors and the two groups will meet Monday. What’s your take? Call with your questions and comments Tuesday 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET at 757-440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240 or tweet your thoughts to @HearSayWHRV.

 

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About Face - June 18, 2012

Posted by: perry 6/18/2012 7:04 PM

Monday June 18, 2012

About Face

Segment A: Racial Identity

A key subset of both individual and collective identity is one of racial and ethnic identification. These constructs, for Americans in particular, are continuously growing more complex and difficult to frame. On today's HearSay, Cathy Lewis will speak with a local scholar who's examining the complex interplay of cultural and racial identities in our modern society.

Scheduled Guest:
Charles Wilson - Dean, College of Arts and Letters at Old Dominion University
al.odu.edu
 
Segment B: HUSCRI
Over the next 30 years, Africans Americans, Asians, Native Americans and Hispanics will represent more than half of the U.S. population.  Despite this trend, minimal time and medical resources have been devoted to explore the structural, clinical and functional properties of skin of color.  The Hampton University Skin of Color Research Institute (HUSCRI) has made it their mission to explore these dermatolocial intricacies and join us on HearSay to speak about their efforts.

Scheduled Guest:
Dr. Valerie Harvey - Co-Director, HUSCRI,  Adjunct Faculty Member, Hampton University, Assistant Professor of Dermatology, EVMS, Board-Certified Dermatologist
huscri.org

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American Graduate: Summer Slide

Posted by: perry 6/14/2012 11:03 PM

Thursday, June 14, 2012

American Graduate: Summer Slide
In our continuing partnership with the American Graduate program, HearSay will periodically address key issues that hinder some students from successfully graduating from high school.  On today's installment, Cathy Lewis is joined by local educators who are engaging area students in an attempt to halt what is known as the "summer slide," a term used to describe students forgetting what they learned the previous year over the course of summer vacation.  We learn what techniques they're employing to keep students learning all year long.

Scheduled Guests:

Kelly McGraw - Director of Development, Horizons Hampton Roads

horizonshamptonroads.org

Kathy Jackson -
Executive Director, Alternatives, INC

altinc.org

Ari Zito -
Director, Breakthrough at Norfolk Academy

norfolkacademy.org

 

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Segment A: A Show of Fire and Ice/Segment B: A Storied Feud

Posted by: perry 6/13/2012 6:33 PM

Wednesday June 13, 2012

Segment A: A Show of Fire and Ice

Join us as host Cathy Lewis journeys to the distant land of Westeros, the setting for HBO's hit series Game of Thrones.  We'll talk Starks and Lannisters, Wights and direwolves, Imps and Hounds as we examine the themes and subtext of the first two seasons of this groundbreaking series where no main character is safe.

Scheduled Guest:

Scott Meslow - Contributor, The Atlantic

theatlantic.com


Segment B: A Storied Feud

The History Channel's three-part series, Hatfields & McCoys courted a record 13.9 million viewers over its three day run.  The series brought new life to the century old story of the bloody conflict between these Kentucky and West Virginia families. Today on HearSay, host Cathy Lewis is joined by the State Historian of Kentucky to delve deeper into the history of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud.

Scheduled Guest:      

James C. Klotter - The State Historian of Kentucky and Professor of History, Georgetown College

georgetowncollege.edu

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