This week on HearSay, September 25 - 28, 2006
Monday, September 25
FROM THE HEADLINES: GUNNING FOR A CHANGE
Do guns belong in public libraries? The Virginia Citizens Defense League says one local library's weapon ban breaks the law. What do you think? Join Cathy and her guests, Virginia Citizens Defense League President Philip Van Cleave and Elizabeth Speigle, Assistant Director of Newport News public library system to talk about it on today's HearSay.
ON THE RADIO
WHRV's new Fall schedule includes a number of programming and format changes. We want to know what you think of the new WHRV line up. You'll have the chance to voice your opinion when Cathy talks with WHRV's new Director of Radio Services, Roger Duvall.
Tuesday, September 26
ON THE ROADS, AGAIN
With hundreds of bills to consider, Virginia lawmakers head back to work on solving the state's traffic woes. Will they finally come up with a solution? And how will it affect our pocket books? A preview of the special session on transportation on today's HearSay.
Virginia General Assembly
Wednesday, September 27
LIVING CULTURE: THE BIG IDEA
What's the next "Big Idea" that could change our nation? Port Folio Weekly recently put that challenge to its readers. We'll find out what visionaries in Hampton Roads had to say in response to the publication's essay contest. Join Cathy and guests, Port Folio Weekly Editor-in-Chief Tom Robotham and essay winner Missy Cotter Smasal, who says we need to "think globally".
Thursday, September 28
GOVERNOR TIM KAINE
Virginia Governor Tim Kaine joins Cathy with the latest on the General Assembly's Special Session on Transportation. He'll take your comments and questions in our first half hour.
There's a new approach in the fight against AIDS. We'll talk about new government recommendations to expand HIV Testing. Join Cathy and her guest, Dr. Edward Oldfield, Director of Infectious Disease at Eastern Virginia Medical School.