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"HearSay with Cathy Lewis" is the only locally produced, public affairs radio call-in program in Hampton Roads. Every Monday through Friday, we reach more than 35,000 listeners, from Richmond to the Outer Banks.

"HearSay with Cathy Lewis" is the only locally produced, public affairs radio call-in program in Hampton Roads. Every Monday through Friday, we reach more than 35,000 listeners, from Richmond to the Outer Banks.
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Location:

Norfolk, VA

Description:

"HearSay with Cathy Lewis" is the only locally produced, public affairs radio call-in program in Hampton Roads. Every Monday through Friday, we reach more than 35,000 listeners, from Richmond to the Outer Banks.

Twitter:

@HearSayWHRV

Language:

English

Contact:

5200 Hampton Boulevard Norfolk, VA 23508 757-440-2665


Episodes

In the Garden (Live Remote)

10/18/2018
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Jim Orband is the Mick Jagger of botany. He will bring his knowledge, his wit, and his special brand of Hokie swagger to the Portsmouth Extension Office. You can get your questions in to the show early by emailing, tweeting, or calling us at (757) 889-9105.

Duration:00:53:37

Do You Believe in Ghosts?

10/17/2018
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Have you had a paranormal experience? Do you believe in ghosts? The HearSay team will explore the world of the supernatural to sort it all out for you. Then, we will have a rigorous debate to determine - once and for all - the greatest horror movie ever made.

Duration:00:53:59

Flooding, Fighting and Murder

10/16/2018
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James Balog is a renowned photographer who captured the costs of flooding in our area. We will talk to him about his work and the documentary featuring him. Then an editor from Slate will tell us about the fights couples have again and again. Finally, a local author will discuss all the dark things that have happened here. Tune in at noon 89.5 WHRV-FM.

Duration:00:53:54

Constitutional Questions | Protecting Journalists

10/15/2018
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On the ballot this election, voters will consider two proposed amendments to the Virginia constitution. One will benefit the surviving spouses of disabled vets. The other will provide incentives for people to make their homes more resilient to flooding. We'll talk to the legislators behind these measures. Later in the hour, we will discuss the recent high-profile cases of journalists murdered overseas. What is happening and what should US policymakers and citizens do about it?

Duration:00:53:59

Pet Health

10/11/2018
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Dr. Phyllis Neumann is back in the studio to answer your toughest pet questions. We hope you'll join us at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM. You can always get your questions in to the show early by emailing, tweeting, or calling us at (757) 889-9105. Later, we'll find out what's going on this week in Mal's World.

Duration:00:53:59

Documenting Hate

10/10/2018
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ProPublica and the Daily Press have teamed up on a project to document hate crimes in America. We will speak to the people behind this endeavor. Have you been the victim of hate speech or attacks? Do you know someone who has?

Duration:00:53:59

Medical Bankruptcy and the Cost of Healthcare

10/9/2018
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Are you one accident or serious illness away from financial disaster? Many people in America today are facing enormous financial burdens from disabilities, doctor bills and related expenses. We will talk to a New York Times reporter who covers this issue, and an economics professor from Fordham who has studied it in depth. Then we will welcome actor Terry O'Quinn from TV's Lost who has a personal story to share. Tune in at noon 89.5 WHRV-FM.

Duration:00:53:59

Money and Kids | An American Tragedy

10/8/2018
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How much should a parent help his or her adult kids financially? Do your parents help you? Money and family are fraught with complications. We'll help you untangle them with our team of experts. Then, we will talk to the trauma surgeon who was on duty the night of the Las Vegas shooting.

Duration:00:53:55

Flanagan in Space | Tales from the Crypt

10/4/2018
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Joe Flanagan will host a show packed with stories about the latest developments in space program, Halloween-themed history about Dracula and Frankenstein, and even local homes with the latest in energy technology. Later, we'll find out what's going on this week in Mal's World.

Duration:00:53:59

State of the Region | Goodbye to Norfolk-Southern?

10/3/2018
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Dr. Robert McNab will talk about the economic trends affecting our community, and we'll tackle the prospect of losing an iconic railroad company. Tune in at noon 89.5 WHRV-FM.

Duration:00:53:59

Boys Will Be Boys

10/2/2018
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The phrase - and the attitude - that "boys will be boys" excuses some terrible behavior. But how do we raise good men and also recognize gender differences in America today? We'll talk to a psychologist, an educator and a political expert about this issue.

Duration:00:53:59

Mental Illness in America's Jails

10/1/2018
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The Virginian-Pilot, along with students from Marquette University, recently undertook a comprehensive effort to examine what happens to people with mental illness in jails throughout the country. After tracking the deaths of 404 people since 2010, the results were harrowing. Sadly, jails end up as the default treatment for people with mental illness, but law enforcement officials and experts agree that the system is broken. We’ll talk to Gary Harki, the investigative reporter who led the...

Duration:00:53:59

Kavanaugh Hearings

9/27/2018
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With the Brett Kavanaugh hearings turning into a firestorm, we look at the politics of sexual assault.

Duration:00:53:59

Women in Skilled Careers

9/26/2018
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As part of our continued work with the American Graduate 3 Initiative, we are talking to women in different skilled careers. We will discuss the career pathways women can pursue in trucking, funeral service or the maritime industry.

Duration:00:53:59

Hurricane Heroes | Food Allergies | The Neptune Festival

9/25/2018
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Joe Flanagan is guest-hosting a packed show. We will talk to Sentara staff who went to North Carolina during the hurricane and helped victims. We will also discuss the upcoming 5K race to support people with food allergies. Finally, Joe will chat with organizers of the legendary Neptune Festival.

Duration:00:53:59

Schools and Stocks

9/24/2018
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The Newport News School Board recently asked the city for $50 million to rebuild now-closed Huntington Middle School. In Norfolk, the future of Maury High School remains uncertain. This all raises the question of: What do you do with older schools? Do you renovate? Do you replace? We want to know your thoughts as we explore this question. We’ll also take a dive into personal finance with Jeff Kreisler, the author of two bestselling books on personal finance. And in the last half of the show...

Duration:00:53:59

In the Garden

9/20/2018
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The Obi-Wan Kenobi of plants, Jim Orband returns with wit and wisdom to help you keep your garden green and healthy. Later, we'll find out what's going on this week in Mal's World. We hope you'll join us at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM. You can always get your questions in to the show early by emailing, tweeting, or calling us (757-889-9105).

Duration:00:53:59

Trade and Foreign Policy

9/19/2018
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How does US foreign policy affect your wallet and our community? Dr. Fred Bergsten has spent decades thinking about this question through different presidential administrations. He will help us sharpen our focus. Then we'll talk to John Reinhart, the CEO of the Port of Virginia for a local view.

Duration:00:53:59

Back to School | Hurricane Wrap-Up

9/18/2018
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Kids are going back to school. It's an exciting, challenging time of year, and we will tackle the issues you care about, like how to deal with academic stress, how much sleep students need, and the new cooking at Virginia Beach schools. Then we will check in with local emergency managers to talk about the lessons we learned from Florence. Call us with your questions and hurricane stories at 1-800-940-2240 or 757-440-2665.

Duration:00:53:59

Virginia Beach and Big Pharma

9/17/2018
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The City of Virginia Beach filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies and distributors for the "costs and financial impacts resulting from the opioid epidemic." What role did these companies play, and how will this case unfold? Joining us are the people behind the suit and a Pulitzer-prize winning investigative journalist who has covered this issue across the country. Plus, at the top of the hour we will talk to James Comey, former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Tune...

Duration:00:53:59