This week on HearSay,
February 6 - February 9, 2006
Monday, February 6
General Assembly Headlines
Transportation, the death tax, Virginia's minimum wage, and campus saftey - just a few of the issues Virginia lawmakers are debating. Cathy and guests Daily Press reporter, Hugh Lessig, Margaret Edds from the Virginian Pilot, and Jesse Ferguson of Virginia 21 talk about all of the latest General Assembly news and take your questions and comments. Plus, Cathy talks with Father Thomas Quinlan about his censure after a controversial homily.
Tuesday, February 7
Working on the River
It's a conservation project designed to protect the Elizabeth River and for some local companies these green activities also contributed to their bottom line. On today's HearSay, we focus on the River Stars project. This environmental stewardship is not only reducing pollution and preserving acres of wildlife habitats, its also saving money.
Wednesday, February 8
In the shadow of the groundhog a longer winter is cast. How is your garden holding up this season? We'll get all the latest tips from our resident gardening experts. Join Cathy and guests, York County Extension Agent Jim Orband and Daily Press Gardening and Home columnist Kathy Van Mullekom.
Thursday, February 9
Segment A: Supermodel Emme
Supermodel Emme is best known for her empowering messages to women as a plus-sized model. Now she and her husband Phil Aronson share the biggest battle of their lives. They join Cathy to talk about Phil's struggle with depression and their new book on the subject, Morning Has Broken: One Couple's Journey Through Depression.
Segment B: Douglas Gresham
He’s been a sheep farmer in Tasmania, radio DJ in the Australian outback, abortion and grief counselor, and a movie producer. But he’s probably best known for being the son of Joy Davidman and the stepson of Clive Staples Lewis. Today on HearSay, Cathy talks with Douglas Gresham about his remarkable life and his memories of one of the greatest Christian apologists of the 20th century, CS Lewis.