This Week on HearSay, December 11-14, 2006
Monday, December 11
FROM THE HEADLINES
We'll take a look at the top stories of the week and open our lines to the voices of Hampton Roads. Tune in to hear what your neighbors and friends have to say about today's headlines.
Tuesday, December 12
LIVING CULTURE: WINTER MUSIC
What's your CD player or IPod playing this season? Do you need some ideas for what music to give as holiday gifts? We continue our "Living Culture" series with Port Folio Weekly taking a look at art, culture, and life in Hampton Roads with a discussion of our favorite music selections. Join Cathy and guests, Port Folio Weekly Editor-in-Chief Tom Robotham and Barry Friedman, owner of Birdland Music, with your picks for the best music of 2006.
Best of 2006 on Out of the Box with Paul Shugrue
Wednesday, December 13
It may not be snowing, but baby, it's cold outside! York County Extension Agent Jim Orband and Daily Press Gardening and Home columnist Kathy Van Mullekom join Cathy in the studio to take your questions on how to help your flora survive the winter.
Information on Groundcovers and small perennials:
Evergreen Nursery Inc.
Thursday, December 14
HEARSAY CLASSIC: OUT OF THE DARKNESS: YOUTH AND SUICIDE
Suicide ranks as the third leading cause of death for young people ages 15-29 and nationwide, nearly one in five high school students says they've seriously considered taking their own life. Elaine Roberts lost her 15 year old daughter to suicide. She's just one of group of people working to raise awareness of this important and complex issue in Hampton Roads. She'll share her story with Cathy on today's HearSay. We'll also talk with two experts in the field - Chris Gilchrist, a licensed clinical social worker and founder of Survivors of Suicide of Hampton Roads and Neuropsychologist Dr. Susan Vaught whose new book, Trigger, examines a different facet of teen suicide - the aftermath for those who survive a suicide attempt.