Monday, June 8
Volunteering your time and energy is a great way to support an organization or cause that you believe in. And if you need a little added incentive, studies have shown that volunteering can bring health benefits as well. Today we'll talk with Elizabeth Lloyd, President and CEO of Volunteer Hampton Roads, Gail Perry Johnston, author of The Social Cause Diet, and Pam Grout, author of 100 Best Volunteer Vacations to Enrich Your Life. We'll also learn about the recent winners of WHRO's Community Impact Awards and the ways that they are working to make a difference in Hampton Roads.
Tuesday, June 9
We open our lines to get your thoughts on the latest headlines during HearSay today. Let us know what you and your friends have been buzzing about from noon – 1 p.m. at 440.2665 or 1.800.940.2240. You can also send us your thoughts through firstname.lastname@example.org or post your comments on our Facebook page.
Wednesday, June 10
The Virginia democratic primary is over after Tuesday and it's on to round two. We're joined by some of the Commonwealth's best political analysts, Dr. Robert Holsworth of Virginia Tomorrow, Dr. Quentin Kidd of Christopher Newport University, and former member of the Virginia House of Delegates and current William & Mary professor George W. Grayson.
Thursday, June 11
It's Wedding Season!
The tradition of a June wedding goes back to the Romans. Wedding industry surveys show that other months rival, and may even surpass, June as the month of choice for entering into a marriage, but regardless of the timing weddings are big business. Today we'll talk with industry experts about the trends they're seeing and the creative ways brides and grooms are saving on their celebrations in a tough economic climate. Guests: Kim Wadsworth, editor of Vow Bride, Michelle Kilgore of Weddings by Michelle, as well as Jaimee Zanzinger with Real Simple and Virginia Switzer with MyRecipes.com.
Friday, June 12
The Tall & Short of It
Today on HearSay guest host Barbara Hamm Lee will be discussing the implications of height with her guests. Are you considered to be 'tall' or 'short' by your peers? What impact has that experience had on your life? We hope you'll join us to share your experience! Guests: Christine Cosgrove, co-author of Normal at Any Cost: Tall Girls, Short Boys, and the Medical Industry's Quest to Manipulate Height, Dr. David Sandberg, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, and neuroscientist David Eagleman.