This week on HearSay, July 3 - July 6, 2006
Monday, July 3
Hearsay Classic: "ON THE ROAD IN COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG"
Join us for a special edition of HearSay from the Kimball Theatre in Colonial Williamsburg. Cathy takes a look at the Revolutionary City and its past, present and future with her guests, Dr. Gene Nichol, President of the College of William and Mary, Colin Campbell, Chairman and President of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Rex Ellis, renowned author, storyteller and Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Vice President, Bill Weldon, Director of the Revolutionary City program at Colonial Williamsburg, and Hope Smith, Revolutionary City Interpreter.
Tuesday, July 4
Holiday Programming: Soundprint Fourth of July Special
Happy Independence Day from the HearSay team!
Holiday events in Hampton Roads
Wednesday, July 5
Segment A: 9 TO 5 NIGHTMARES
Are you facing emotional distress at work? Do you have that one co-worker or boss who is just impossible? On this segment of HearSay, we'll hear from Harvard trained psychotherapist Katherine Crowley about how to turn conflicts in the workplace into productive working relationships. Crowley is co-author of the popular new book, Working With You Is Killing Me: Freeing Yourself from Emotional Traps at Work.
Segment B: THE FISO FACTOR
Is it possible for leaders in the business world to both Fit In and Stand Out? It may seem like opposite concepts, but former Bic CFO and business expert Blythe McGarvie says it's the keys to climbing the corporate ladder. Cathy talks to McGarvie about the approach highlighted in her new book Fit In, Stand Out, Mastering the FISO Factor for Success in Business and Life.
Thursday, July 6
AISLES OF CALORIES
Do you fall into the trap of alluring goodies when you hit the grocery store? Food and nutrition expert Dr. Marion Nestle joins us to take your questions on how to shop for healthy food and avoid the bad stuff. Her latest book, What to Eat, gives a guided tour of the supermarket, unmasking the food industry’s marketing tactics and illuminating the food choices—healthy and unhealthy—we make every day.