This Week on HearSay, December 18-21, 2006
Monday, December 18
FROM THE HEADLINES: FOR YOUR OWN GOOD?
Will Norfolk become the first Hampton Roads' city to ban smoking in restaurants? That policy could take effect as early as January 2007. What do you think of the proposal? Join Cathy and guests, Norfolk City Council member Dr. Theresa Whibley, restaurant owner Kevin Blair, and Dr. Louis Rossiter, research professor at The College of William and Mary's Center for Healthcare Policy to discuss the issue.
Tuesday, December 19
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION: TWENTY FIRST CENTURY STUDENT
Educators agree that much must be done to prepare today's students to thrive in a global economy. How can high schools and colleges incorporate more foreign language, creative and innovative skills into current curriculum? We'll explore the issue on today's HearSay with former Senator Bill Brock, Tidewater Community College President Deborah DiCroce, Angela Forest, Education reporter at the Daily Press, Jobina Caldwell, Principal of Tallwood High School and Barry Bishop, Norfolk School Board Chair.
Wednesday, December 20
Do Winter's shorter days equal less exercise for your pet? What do you need to know to protect your pet's skin in the colder months? HearSay’s favorite veterinarian Phyllis Neumann is back to take on your pet dilemmas. Join us for our monthly edition of Pet Health.
Thursday, December 21
Segment A: A "BRAND" NEW APPROACH
The Hampton Roads Partnership has unveiled its new branding statement to promote regional identity and cooperation amongst the 17 cities in our region. But not everyone is behind the “America’s First Region” concept. We’ll talk about it on today’s HearSay with Dana Dickens, President and CEO of the Hampton Roads Partnership.
America's First Region Website
Hampton Roads Partnership
Segment B: WE ARE MARSHALL
It was worst single air tragedy in NCAA sports history. A plane crash that took the lives of members of the Marshall University football team, coaches, flight crew, numerous fans, and supporters. On today’s HearSay, we’ll talk about the new movie recounting the tragedy and the transformation of the Huntington, West Virginia community. Join Cathy and her guests, Ace Loding Jr., a local resident who was a member of the 1970 Marshall football team and Keith Morehouse, WSAZ-TV Sports Director in Huntington, whose father died in that crash.
Official Movie Site
Marshall University Movie Page