This week on HearSay,
March 13 - March 16
Monday, March 13
General Assembly Headlines: Transportation Part Deux
It was supposed to be the end of the road for the Virginia General Assembly, but as lawmakers remain in a gridlock over what to do about transportation, an extended session looms. Cathy and guests Delegate Leo Wardrup, Senator Martin Williams, Kay Kemper, Kemper Consultants, Daily Press reporter, Hugh Lessig and Margaret Edds from the Virginian - Pilot talk about all of the latest General Assembly news and take your questions and comments.
Tuesday, March 14
THIS MONTH IN HISTORY: CELTIC CONNECTION
Much is oft discussed about the early English colonists, but Irish immigrants played a significant role in Virginia's history, too. Our favorite historian John Quarstein joins Cathy in the studio for a look at how our culture has been shaped by the Irish.
Wednesday, March 15
IN THE GARDEN
As we "march" on towards Spring, the milder days and cool nights signal prime planting time. We have the latest gardening tips from our resident gardening experts York County Extension Agent Jim Orband and Daily Press Gardening and Home Columnist Kathy Van Mullekom.
Thursday, March 16
Lehrer and Poggioli: Up Close and Personal
From Watergate to foreign affairs, they have covered it all. On today's HearSay, we revisit Cathy's conversation with two of public broadcasting's finest journalists, The Newshour's JimLehrer and NPR's Sylvia Poggioli. Lehrer talks about life at the anchor desk and his new latest book, The Franklin Affair. Poggioli gives you an inside look at covering the world.