HearSay Programming April 16 - 19

 

HearSay Headlines

Monday, April 16, 2018

The United States conducted air strikes Friday targeting three facilities in western Syria involved in chemical weapons storage and research as a response to an alleged chemical attack that killed 43 people and affected at least 500 others in Douma. Three Norfolk-based Navy ships played a big role in Friday's strikes. Today, we're exploring Hampton Roads' connection to this international event and wondering: How do you feel about the United States' method of response? Call us at 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240.

Coming up after HearSay: Left, Right & Center

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Eviction in Hampton Roads | Norfolk Street Choir
Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Rental eviction rates in Hampton Roads are among the worst in the country. Lavar Edmonds, an Eviction Lab researcher, says that eviction is an affordable-housing issue. Today, we'll examine why rates are so high in Hampton Roads and discuss what's being done to combat the issue. Later, we'll learn about the incredible Norfolk Street Choir.

Coming up after HearSay: The Thomas Jefferson Hour

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Municipal Elections
Wednesday, April 18, 2018

There are a plethora of municipal elections happening in Hampton Roads on May 1; you can read about them here. Which political race mosts interests you and why? We have a seat at the table for you, so pull up a chair and join us with your comments today at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM.

Coming up after HearSay: Wednesday Special

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In the Garden | Mal Vincent

Thursday, April 19, 2018

We're in the garden today with Jim Orband! Historic Garden Week is right around the corner, and we're bringing information you won't want to miss. You can always get your questions in to the show early by emailing, tweeting, or calling us (757-889-9105). Later, we'll check in with Mal Vincent to find out what's going on this week in Mal's World.

Coming up after HearSay: A Way With Words

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