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This week on HearSay, May 22 - 25, 2006
Monday, May 22
FROM THE HEADLINES: Da VINCI, DIALECT and DEBATE
We'll examine the top stories of the week, including the controversy surrounding the newly released film "The Da Vinci Code", and the on-going debate over immigration. Should America embrace more than one "national Language"? Tune in to hear what your neighbors and friends have to say about today's headlines as we open our lines to the voices of Hampton Roads.
Tuesday, May 23
HEARSAY, ON THE ROAD - AT THE KIMBALL THEATER, WILLIAMSBURG
Join us for a special edition of HearSay live 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.
Wednesday, May 24
LIVING CULTURE: SUMMER READING AND MUSIC
What's on your IPOD or in your beach bag for a summer of titles and tunes? We'll talk about the latest book and music releases and the resurgence of some old favorites with "Port Folio Weekly" editor - in - chief Tom Robotham, Jerome Spencer, Relative Theory Records, and Michael Pearson, Director of Creative Writing at Old Dominion University.
Thursday, May 25
OCEANA: TAKING FLIGHT?
What will be the fallout of the Pentagon's rejection of Virginia Beach's plan for Oceana Naval Air Station? Cathy and guests, State Senator Ken Stolle, BRAC Commissioner Philip Coyle, Joe Bouchard, Executive Director of the Center for Homeland Security and Defense, and Art Collins, Executive Director of the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission discuss the on-going fight for one of the community's largest employers on today's HearSay.