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This week on HearSay,
April 3 - April 6

 
Monday, April 3
From The Headlines: BRAC Business
We'll take a look at the top stories of the week, and open our lines to the voices of Hampton Roads.  Virginia Beach Mayor Meyera Oberndorf talks to Cathy about the resort city's latest efforts keep NAS Oceana open and meet BRAC requirements .  We'll also have an update from the General Assembly Special Session.  Tune in to hear what your neighbors and friends have to say about today's headlines.


Tuesday, April 4
Segment A: Good Eats, Naturally
Most health experts agree the key to staying healthy and fit starts in the kitchen.  That's also the premise of the new cookbook, Grub : Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen from author Anna Lappé.  We'll discover the unique approach of this guide for all who want to eat real food. 
 
Segment B: Photographer Teressa Rerras
From back roads and rural areas to lavish mosques and palaces, Hampton Roads' Photographer Teressa Rerras' lens discovered the true story of Afghanistan.  She shares with Cathy how her work introduced her to the women of Afghanistan who have suffered so much hardship after many years of war and oppression under Taliban rule.

Wednesday, April 5
For the love of Jefferson: Clay Jenkinson
Join Cathy for an in-depth conversation with the man who brings our 3rd President to life each week on "The Thomas Jefferson Hour".
Humanities scholar and public speaker Clay Jenkinson will be in the HearSay studio to talk about his portrayal of Thomas Jefferson on the radio and in a new play coming to Hampton Roads.  "My Head and My Heart" tells the story of the famous love letter penned by Jefferson.


Thursday, April 6
Excellence in Education
Mandatory drug testing, raising SOL scores, and preparing students for the real world  - just some of the many issues public educators face.  We continue our on-going series on the 'state of public education'.  Cathy talks to Dr. Gary Mathews, Superintendent of Williamsburg/JCC Public Schools and York County Superintendent Dr. Steven Staples and takes your questions on today's HearSay.


 
 

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