Best cathy lewis podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
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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.
 
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NAC Dance with Cathy Levy
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From ballet to contemporary dance, these podcasts (each about 30 minutes long) feature fascinating conversations between NAC Dance Producer Cathy Levy and some of the world's most exciting dance artists, all of whom will be appearing, or have appeared, at the National Arts Centre.
 
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Decision 2007
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With every General Assembly seat on the ballot and some pivotal races right here in Hampton Roads, there's a lot at stake. Before you decide, be sure to listen to the candidates talk about the issues on HearSay with Cathy Lewis beginning Monday, October 22nd, from Noon – 1pm on 89.5 WHRV FM, public radio for Hampton Roads.
 
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Decision 2009
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This fall, HearSay is your resource for local election coverage. We'll be bringing you conversations with all the Hampton Roads candidates running for the House of Delegates. We will also interview candidates for Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor, and Governor. HearSay airs from Noon-1PM on 89.5 WHRV FM, public radio for Hampton Roads.
 
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The Real Kathy Lee – Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network
 
The REAL Kathy Lee is an honest podcast for REAL moms. It’s where we talk about real life… real motherhood. Topics will include helicopter parenting, how to really connect with your children, how to find your joy in motherhood, why every mom needs an “all by herself” vacation, how to refrain from jumping in the car and just driving away, and why saying YES is the most powerful response to a young child’s requests.
 
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Whose Body? by Dorothy L. Sayers
 
The first novel in her renowned series of detective fiction, Sayers introduces Lord Peter Wimsey, a bon vivant gentleman, whose hobby of playing detective is put to the test, as he is launched into his first official crime investigation. The mystery begins when the body of an unidentified man has been found in the bathtub of local architect Mr. Thipps. Adding to the peculiarity of the situation is the fact that the corpse is stark naked except for a pair of expensive pince-nez glasses. Due t ...
 
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Qool Marv Aural Memoirs and Buttamilk Archives // MusiQuarium Of Wonder // Instruments Of Mass Construction // Music4Winners // Intelligence'n'Music // Notes To Self // Low Profile International
 
There is a method to the magic in the way Qool DJ Marv presents and plays music. He tunes into the atmosphere of the venue and the energy of the people, and then he blends what he sees with what he hears. Intertwining many styles for many faces from many places, Qool DJ Marv captivates you with his blend. The fluid flow and continuously ascending momentum of his wide-ranging sets is inviting, hypnotic, and breathtaking. Qool DJ Marv crafts an unforgettable feel good, get down party where eve ...
 
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DJ Gavan Bright's Podcast
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DJ Gavan Bright is a man with a career spanning two decades and a formidable cluster of residencies both past and present. He's a current resident for the Wickham Hotel and Number 29 Cruise Club.DJ Gavan Bright has continually played those special parties that only history remembers by those select few who were there, including Two Dog's Wet Dreaming in Byron Bay with Les Smith, and the early Tropical Fruits Parties.His presence has been strong, regularly playing at the country's most Gay pa ...
 
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You Never Miss the Dopamine (until the brain runs dry)
 
He's quickly becoming the Lewis Black of Parkinson's Disease. In a series of hilarious essays, Bill Schmalfeldt (author of "No Doorway Wide Enough", also on Podiobooks) lashes out at Parkinson's Disease "and the other things that annoy me." Recorded at his kitchen table, you can hear life going on in the background as Bill talks about stupid studies that prove things that anyone with common sense should know ("Parkies who drool are embarrassed by it! It's SCIENCE!"), his own declining cognit ...
 
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You Never Miss the Dopamine (until the brain runs dry)
 
He's quickly becoming the Lewis Black of Parkinson's Disease. In a series of hilarious essays, Bill Schmalfeldt (author of "No Doorway Wide Enough", also on Podiobooks) lashes out at Parkinson's Disease "and the other things that annoy me." Recorded at his kitchen table, you can hear life going on in the background as Bill talks about stupid studies that prove things that anyone with common sense should know ("Parkies who drool are embarrassed by it! It's SCIENCE!"), his own declining cognit ...
 
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Today we're opening up our phone lines to get your take on the latest news from Washington. How are you feeling about the state of health care in our country? What was your reaction to White House Communication Director Anthony Scaramucci's interview for the New Yorker? We're covering all that and more on 89.5 WHRV-FM. Call us at 440-2665 or 1- ...…
 
For families facing "food insecurity," those without enough food to meet basic needs of all their members, weekends and summer can be an especially difficult time because children cannot take advantage of available school breakfasts and lunches. Today Joe Flanagan talks with the team behind the Virginia Beach Education Foundation's "Beach Bag" ...…
 
On this edition of HearSay, guest host Joe Flanagan sits down with Jerry Sanford, a local broadcast personality that was there at the start of stations like WVEC-TV and our very own WHRO-TV! Most would know Jerry for the thirteen years he spent on channel 13 as Bungles the Clown! In the second half, The Virginian-Pilot's Jordan Pascale joins us ...…
 
Summer in coastal Virginia means time spent along the water, but a little-known bacteria that thrives in brackish, coastal waters could put you and your family at risk. Today's guest host, Joe Flanagan, will learn about the risks posed by Vibrio vulnificus, a bacteria found in areas with a mixture of fresh and saltwater, such as at the mouth of ...…
 
Civility is more about more than being nice, or polite. It is about finding common ground in the midst of our differences and expressing disagreement without disrespect. Today we'll consider why civility seems to be vanishing from our day to day interactions, be they on-line or face-to-face. Do you find yourself having a hard time remaining civ ...…
 
2017 Virginia Association of Broadcasters Award for Outstanding Feature ReportingCathy dropped in this past summer on an old friend with a new job. Royal Navy VADM Tony Johnstone-Burt was to have spent three years in Norfolk as Chief of Staff to NATO’s Supreme Allied Command Transformation, but two years into the job, he got a call that would c ...…
 
On this edition of HearSay, we're joined by the President & CEO of Colonial Williamsburg Mitchell Reiss for a discussion about the major changes facing the living history museum. Click here to read the letter of support from The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Board of Trustees.
 
The Sudden Death Of James Fisk (Aired June 29, 1953) Though ostensibly "adapted from the original court reports and newspaper accounts," it's quite clear that they were scripted more for entertainment, than for a college classroom--but entertaining they definitely were, and remain. This was a very busy time for Elliott Lewis. Lewis had launched ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
Have you microchipped your pet? That's one of the topics we're considering on today's edition of HearSay Pets! Join us with all of your pet questions at 440-2665 or send us an email at hearsay@whrv.org. Later, we'll check in with Mal Vincent and find out what's going on this week in Mal's world.
 
On this edition of HearSay, we're joined by President & CEO of WHRO Bert Schmidt and Vice President of Content Heather Mazzoni for a discussion about the state of WHRO. Join us at 440-2665.
 
According to a recent poll from the Wall Street Journal and NBC News, the Affordable Care Act is significantly more popular than the House GOP health care bill draft. Senator Mark Warner joins us to discuss the latest draft, brought forth by the Senate. It proposes to eliminate the individual mandate, which required people to purchase health ca ...…
 
Officer-involved shootings have been exposed to increased public scrutiny through the use of body cams and social media. Recent cases, like the shooting of Philando Castile, are raising questions about the role of video footage in law enforcement issues and that's what we're considering on today's edition of HearSay. Later, a conversation about ...…
 
More episodes to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Suspense!
 
Do you have memories of shopping at Miller & Rhoads or Thalhimers in Richmond? If so, we hope you'll call in today at 440-2665 to share those experiences with us. We're reflecting on historic department stores in Virginia and sharing tales of heroism and magic that may surprise you.
 
June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness month. On this edition of HearSay, we'll talk to researchers and caregivers of those affected by the disease. Do you have a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer's? Join us at 440-2665.
 
Modern technology has allowed for the creation of self-driving cars, but who - or what - is liable in the case of an accident? We're talking with top researchers in the fields of automation technology and ethics about the ethical dilemma of algorithmic morality. Tune in at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM.
 
The Chrysler Museum is home to Glenn McClure's new exhibit "The Shipyard Workers of Hampton Roads." The expansive collection profiles faces that have shaped our coastal economy. Later, we're opening up our lines for another edition of YourSay! Join us at 440-2665, connect with us on Facebook and Twitter or send us an email: hearsay@whrv.org.…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
Summer is just around the corner (June 21 to be exact), and our favorite gardening guru Jim Orband is in studio today with tips and tricks for the upcoming season. If you can't get through on the phones with your questions, be sure to leave them on our Facebook page or send them in an email (hearsay@whrv.org). Later, Mal Vincent has an update a ...…
 
Yesterday, Virginians cast their ballots in the gubernatorial primaries.The only other statewide race in 2017 is taking place in New Jersey, but Virginia's is unique due to the competition between the candidates. Today, we're checking your political temperature - how do you feel about the outcome? Join us at 440-2665.…
 
The United States recently pulled out of the Paris Climate Agreement (PCA), but major corporations, states, cities and small businesses remain committed to working towards the climate conservation goals set by 195 nations. In fact, Norfolk's mayor signed a letter of intent in June that ensures city efforts to comply with the global climate comp ...…
 
The 30th annual Joint Women's Leadership Symposium kicks off this Friday in Norfolk. It is the largest gathering of military women world-wide. Today we're discussing the concerns of women who serve. And later, it's PrideWeek! We're talking with the President of Hampton Roads Pride and Pridefest's Grand Marshal about this year's festival highlig ...…
 
2019 will mark the 400th anniversary of the first representative legislative assembly in the New World, arrival of the first recorded Africans to English North America, observance of the first official Thanksgiving and the expansion of womens' impact on the Virginia Colony. American Evolution, in partnership with Dominion Power, is planning a c ...…
 
According to the Pew Research Center, 77% of Americans own smartphones. These handy devices can do almost anything; users can unlock their phones with a thumbprint or send hilarious photos using face filters, for example. But when you realize that your phone is analyzing your fingerprint or the shape of your face, it kind of makes you wonder... ...…
 
Retailers have announced more than 3,400 store closures so far this year, a number analysts expect to grow to over 8,000 by year's end. The worst year for retail closures on record was 2008 in which 6,163 shut down. Is the United States facing a retail apocalypse? Later, Mal Vincent will give us the latest on what’s going on in Mal’s world.…
 
Do you have memories of shopping at Miller & Rhoads or Thalhimers in Richmond? If so, we hope you'll call in today at 440-2665 to share those experiences with us. We're reflecting on historic department stores in Virginia and sharing tales of heroism and magic that may surprise you.
 
Today we're discussing the challenges boomers face after inheriting family heirlooms. According to the National Association of Senior Move Managers, "this is an Ikea and Target generation. They live minimally, much more so than boomers. They don't have the emotional connection to things that earlier generations did." To sell or not to sell? Tha ...…
 
IAP2 USA President Leah Jaramillo talks about the IAP2's National Dialogue initiative, its focus and objectives, its origins, where it will happen and its culmination at the IAP2 North American Conference in September. We seem to live in times in which the volume has been turned up and the listening has stopped. In the wake of the US election, ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
It's time to check in with our favorite gardening guru Jim Orband! We’re not actually in the garden this time around, but we are still happy to answer all of your gardening questions. Later, Mal Vincent will give us the latest on what’s going on in Mal’s world.
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
Today, we're talking with local author August Wallmeyer about his book, The Extremes of Virginia, which explores the deficits of the Southside, Southwest and Eastern Shore. Later,a conversation with Kelly Sokol about her debut novel The Unprotected and its exploration of postpartum depression.
 
Hampton Roads requires $1 billion in urgent infrastructure repair; 900 miles of road and electric grids are threatened by permanent flooding. The new environmental film from the American Resilience Project, Tidewater, explores the challenge of sea level rise in the region and its potential to affect national security. Today, we're speaking with ...…
 
It's been a hectic few weeks for the White House and President Trump. Today, we're opening up our lines to check your political temperature. How are you feeling about the events that have unfolded this month? Join us at 440-2665.
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
NPR’s Ask Me Another is coming to you live tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Sandler Center in Virginia Beach! We’re sitting down for a conversation with host Ophira Eisenberg about the popular live show that “blends brainteasers, pub trivia, comedy and music into an hour of mind-bending fun.” Later, do you have a favorite NPR jingle? Chances are, BJ ...…
 
Is there anything JoAnn Falletta can’t do? The famed conductor and Virginia Symphony Music Director is in studio to discuss her upcoming projects: Berlioz Requiem (May 20) and Kept: A ghost story (May 25 & 28). We’re bringing you all the event details at 12 today on 89.5 WHRV-FM. Later, we're opening up our lines to get your take on President T ...…
 
By 2025, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) predicts a shortage of as many as 90,000 physicians of all ethnicities. What accounts for racial disparities in the field of medicine? That’s the question being considered on today’s edition of HearSay with Mekbib Gemeda, Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion at Eastern Virginia Med ...…
 
The mobi-mat has revolutionized beach access for handicapped visitors in Yorktown. The mat is a plastic "boardwalk" that allows wheelchairs to go all the way to the water's edge. Today, we're talking with the woman who got the initiative rolling. We'll also talk about Camp Grom, designed for wounded veterans, families of the fallen, and adults ...…
 
Taking care of a pet can be expensive, but there’s no cost for getting advice from Dr. Phyllis Neumann if you call us with your questions between 12:00 and 1:00 p.m. Summer is just around the corner, and today we’ll focus on prepping for the next seasonal shift! We’re also checking in with Mal Vincent about what’s going on in Mal’s World. Join ...…
 
In view of President Trump's firing of the FBI director yesterday, we're opening our lines today to get your take. Our show on making recreational sites more accessible and our conversation about the Victorian Slum reality show on PBS has been rescheduled for Monday, May 15. Join us at 440-2665 and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
Prisoners serving a life sentence make up nearly 14% of the nation's prison population. But how often is a life sentence really for life? The crimes committed by two convicted murderers who had been parole from life sentences sparked discussion about the ethics of parole. Today we’re talking with people on both sides of the issue about the effi ...…
 
When you tackle a new project, do you consult Pinterest or YouTube for advice? Long-gone, it seems, are the days of "classic" mentorship. Rather, we watch videos, read self-help articles or wing it in order to get tasks accomplished – an approach known as "DIY" – "do it yourself." Today, we're talking about the challenge of personal mentorship ...…
 
We'll talk with Joshua Johnson, host of NPR's 1A and we'll have an exit interview with Don Luzatto, who left the Virginian-Pilot's editorial page last month for a new opportunity with a local philanthropic foundation. And we'll check-in with our favorite movie critic, Mal Vincent, about what's going on in Mal's World. Join us at 440-2665 and co ...…
 
Officials in Hampton Roads have been outspoken about immigration policy under the Trump administration, addressing everything from law enforcement partnering with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents to sanctuary cities. How do their positions affect the community? Today's Guests: 1. Sheriff Gabe Morgan - is the Newport News sh ...…
 
We're talking with Virginia Senator and top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee Mark Warner about the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and where he sees opportunities for innovation in Virginia's economy. And later, in-person absentee voting for the 2017 Virginia Gubernatorial race opened last Friday. We'll ...…
 
President Donald Trump marked the 100th day of his presidency last week and today, we're taking a look at what's unfolded since he took office. Were the first 50 days more productive than the last? We'll also examine the impact of the first 100 days on our local maritime industry. Later, we're opening up our lines to get your thoughts on the im ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
Pet health guru Dr. Phyllis Neumann stops by the studio today (we hope with Dale in tow) to answer all of your pet questions! We'll also check-in with our favorite movie critic, Mal Vincent, about what's going on in Mal's World. Join us at 440-2665 and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.
 
The Telling Project is a national performing arts non-profit that employs theater to deepen our understanding of the military and veteran's experience. We'll talk to Sibel Galindez and Burt Kuebler from the Zeiders American Dream Theater about the initiative. We'll also talk with Paula Poundstone about her new book and what she thinks is the se ...…
 
Host Cathy Lewis is sitting down for a one-on-one interview with former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell about life after his public corruption case. He rejoined his old law firm, teaches at Regent University and also works as a real-estate consultant. What's next? Find out at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM and join us at 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240.…
 
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