This week on HearSay, May 29 - June 1, 2006
Monday, May 29
SPECIAL HOLIDAY PROGRAMMING: FAMILIES OF WAR - FROM THE VETERAN'S HISTORY PROJECT
We'll be back with an all new edition of HearSay on Tuesday. Have a safe holiday.
Tuesday, May 30
Segment A: WRITE ON
Is the pen truly mightier than the sword? Join Cathy for a conversation with author Mary Pipher, "Writing to Change the World." Her latest work explores the art of writing to effect change.
Segment B: DOUBLE TROUBLE
History has many tales of people living double lives - from Tchaikovsky and T.E. Lawrence to sociopath killers like Dennis Rader (the "BTK" killer). What attracts some people to live a secret life? Cathy talks with psychiatrist Dr. Gail Saltz, author of "Anatomy of a Secret Life: The Psychology of Living a Lie,” about how veiled truths can get out of hand and turn into an alter ego.
Wednesday, May 31
FROM THE HEADLINES: MONEY MATTERS
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. The clock is ticking down on the fiscal year, will Virginia lawmakers reach a final compromise on the budget? And will it include the transportation plan? We'll have the latest details.
Thursday, June 1
MILLER WEBB RACE
On today's HearSay, meet the men who'd like to be your next Senator. They have to win their party's nomination first. Cathy talks with former Navy Secretary James Webb and businessman/lobbyist Harris Miller, two Virginia Democrats vying for the chance to face off against Senator George Allen. We'll hear their views on everything from the War in Iraq to the transportation crisis in Virginia.