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For the most recently aired show, HearSay On-Demand is now available.


HearSay with Cathy Lewis  wants to change its tune!  We're asking composers and bands in our listening area to submit original material for consideration as HearSay’s new theme music. 
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This week on HearSay, July 17 - July 20, 2006

 
Monday, July 17
FROM THE HEADLINES: THE STEM CELL DEBATE

Researchers and doctors believe stem cells may hold the key to curing diseases such as diabetes, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.  Now the US Senate is debating if the government should fund stem-cell research and the decision could lead to President's Bush exercising veto power.  We'll discuss the controversial issue on today's HearSay with Dr. Linda Flower of the Christian Medical Association and Sean Tipton, President of the Coalition for the Advancement of Medical Research, and Dr. Jonathan Moreno, Director of the Center for Biomedical Ethics at the University of Virginia.
 
 


Tuesday, July 18
Segment A: FLYING SOUTH?

A Jacksonville Civic Group's renewed interest in reopening Florida's Cecil Field raises new concerns over the future of NAS Oceana.  We'll get the latest on the fate of the Virginia Beach base on today's HearSay.  Join Cathy and guests, State Senator Ken Stolle, Virginian Pilot Military Reporter Louis Hansen, and Greg Piatt, Reporter for the Florida Times-Union
 
 
Segment B: BATTLE FOR THE LEVANT
Today on HearSay, Cathy talks with Anthony Shadid, Washington Post Foreign Correspondent, winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting, and author of Night Draws Near: Iraq’s People in the Shadow of America’s War, and Professor Oren Gross, from the University of Minnesota Law School and an internationally recognized expert in the areas of national security law, international law and international trade about the  escalating attacks between Hezbollah and Israel.

 


Wednesday, July 19
IN THE GARDEN

Is summer's heat taking a toll on your plants and flowers?  Join Cathy and our experts York County Extension Agent Jim Orband and Daily Press Gardening and Home Columnist Kathy Van Mullekom for our monthly garden show.

 
Thursday, July 20
WEATHER WEATHER EVERYWHERE

Hurricane season is about hit full force – are you prepared?  What about your pets, businesses, and insurance coverage?  Today on HearSay, we’ll hear weather predictions for the upcoming months with Larry Brown of the National Weather Service in Wakefield and Robert Lee of Weathernews Inc., and discuss how to best prepare for a hurricane with Mark Marchbank, Deputy Emergency Coordinator with the City of Virginia Beach, Stephany Hanshaw, Director of the VDOT Smart Traffic Center for Hampton Roads, Jean Katz of the Norfolk SPCA, and John Heimerl, Chief Enterprise Officer at WHRO.
 


 


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