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Out of the Box CD of the Week with Paul Shugrue
 
All this week listen for songs.... Hear it on Out of the Box, read Paul's review and hear a sampler of the CD by clicking the CD cover.
 
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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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Bird Notes
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When not in the radio studio, Dwight Davis likes to go afield with his binoculars and watch birds. "Birdnotes" is a result of his long-time interest in birds, a short feature that can be about almost any aspect of bird life, from migration to coloration to birds in art to song.
 
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Another View Video Podcast
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Another View is a public television program that addresses issues specific to the vibrant African American community of Hampton Roads.
 
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Another View Audio Podcast
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Another View is a public television program that addresses issues specific to the vibrant African American community of Hampton Roads.
 
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StoryCorps National Teachers Initiative Visits Hampton Roads
 
In 2012 StoryCorps came to Hampton Roads as a part of their National Teachers Initiative.
 
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StoryCorps Comes to Hampton Roads
 
Beginning October 22nd, you’ll have the opportunity to share your stories during the StoryCorps MobileBooth’s month-long visit to Hampton Roads. At the MobileBooth, interviews are conducted between two people who know and care about each other. You’ll hear a selection of these local stories on WHRV, and we’ll even create special programs around the project. Some segments may air nationally on NPR’s Morning Edition.
 
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Arts Conversations
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Hear comments by those who make the arts so vibrant in Hampton Roads - conductors, musicians, singers, actors, teachers, visual artists. Learn about performances and get insight into the creative process from the artists themselves.
 
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Stories in the Sky
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Stories in the Sky is an internet radio program where host Victor Russo interviews people of the arts about their works, history, and identity in their scenes.
 
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This Week in Mal's World
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Local film critic and master storyteller Mal Vincent reflects on the decades he spent writing about films and entertainment and the celebrities he got to know along the way. In his prominent southern drawl, he weaves fascinating tales and little-known facts about the entertainment world and the talented people who create it. Pull up a chair and indulge in the memorable moments and characters, both old and new, with a 45-year veteran storyteller as your guide. Welcome to Mal's World!
 
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Norfolk Perspectives with Bob Batcher, City of Norfolk
 
Norfolk Perspectives is designed to keep viewers up-to-date on the things that make Norfolk a great place to live, work, learn and play. This thirty-minute magazine show is an information resource for Norfolkians.
 
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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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Veterans Coming Home
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Sharing veterans' stories, opportunities, and challenges.
 
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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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StoryCorps National Teachers Initiative Visits Hampton Roads
 
In 2012 StoryCorps came to Hampton Roads as a part of their National Teachers Initiative.
 
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WWII IN HAMPTON ROADS
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A documentary film class from Old Dominion University carefully collected oral histories from veterans and residents who had amazing stories to tell about the war and life in Hampton Roads during the war. The class and WHRO worked together to edit a series of short interstitial “War Stories” that aired on WHRO as promotion for Ken Burns documentary “The War.” The oral histories recorded by the students will also be sent to the Library of Congress where they will remain for future generations ...
 
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Health Watch with Terrance Afer-Anderson, City of Norfolk
 
The Norfolk Department of Public Health (NDPH) program HealthWatch is a monthly news and community affairs update that highlights NDPH programs, services, events and activities, while also providing important information on topical health issues facing the nation and impacting Norfolk residents
 
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Halloween Haunts Fright Bytes High Definition Podcast (AppleTV HD)
 
Join WHRO TV 15 as it releases Halloween Haunts for the first time in high definition. Back by popular demand, the series now can be seen as well as heard. From the robust colors of Blackbeard's ventures to the flourishing gardens at Bacon'e Castle, the ghostly legends unfold right before your eyes. See beautiful re-inactments of your favorite stories with rich and inviting images of days of old that still continue to haunt in the present. Spirits that linger, portraits that speak more than ...
 
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Loessin @ Large
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Since 1993, Edgar Loessin has been reviewing the arts scene in Hampton Roads exclusively for WHRO-FM. His critiques of the opera, theatre and art exhibits are well known by area and national artists and listeners.
 
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Be There, Be Counted Podcast
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The WHRO Center for Regional Citizenship talked with a variety of young citizens about what’s at stake for the future of our democracy. These six two-minute videos showcase the voices of young Americans discussing how they engage in the political process and why they think it is important to build a more responsive government.
 
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Hampton Roads' Heroes
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WHRO collaborated with Patriots Colony in Williamsburg, a retirement community for former officers of the armed services, as part of its promotion of The War- a film by Ken Burns. Several stories were submitted from Patriots Colony and four of those remarkable and poignant stories can be found here. These stories remind people that even though war is traumatic - it also has a very human side. These oral histories will also be sent to the Library of Congress where they will remain for future ...
 
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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 ...…
 
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.
 
Late last week the White House released what some are calling a "skinny budget;" a wish list of sorts from the Trump administration as Congress gears up for the budgeting process. Today we'll discuss the possible impacts of the President's budget that included proposed cuts for the EPA (affecting the Chesapeake Bay clean-up program) and a $54 b ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
The Wall of Faces is a lasting tribute planned for the Vietnam Memorial Education Center. The project, spearheaded by WHRO, aims to find a photo of every one of the 1,307 Virginian service men and women listed on The Wall. Today, we'll hear stories about local Vietnam veterans and discuss how you can get involved with the mission. And later, th ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
The Wall of Faces is a lasting tribute planned for the Vietnam Memorial Education Center. The project, spearheaded by WHRO, aims to find a photo of every one of the 1,307 Virginian service men and women listed on The Wall. Today, we'll hear stories about local Vietnam veterans and discuss how you can get involved with the mission. And later, th ...…
 
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The GFQ Network (All Shows)
 
When you start from a solid engineering foundation, it’s much easier to pass the baton to your replacement. John Heimerl retired from Engineering at WHRO in Norfolk, and the new engineer, Ray Lenz, has been building on John’s AoIP foundation. We’re talking with both John and Ray, plus Chris Tobin on TWiRT.…
 
She Did It!, a superpowered team up of Geek Girl Riot and La Femme Collective, is here to shine a light on awesome ladies who didn’t always get the credit they deserved. First up: mathematician and NASA “supercomputer”, Katherine G. Johnson.
 
As the 2016 fiscal year draws to a close at WHRO and WHRV-FM, we're talking the opportunity to reflect on the previous year's milestones and examine what new challenges and exciting opportunities the coming year may present. President and CEO Bert Schmidt and Content Officer Heather Mazzoni join host Cathy Lewis and take you calls live at live ...…
 
As the 2016 fiscal year draws to a close at WHRO and WHRV-FM, we're talking the opportunity to reflect on the previous year's milestones and examine what new challenges and exciting opportunities the coming year may present. President and CEO Bert Schmidt and Content Officer Heather Mazzoni join host Cathy Lewis and take you calls live at live ...…
 
Brazen BFF Episode 7: Running for Office How far would you go to make a difference in people’s lives? Advocacy is a favorite topic of discussion at Brazen BFF, and our podcast guest for Episode 7 is a woman who not only learned how to brazenly advocate for herself, but also decided that she could best advocate for others by entering public offi ...…
 
Today we'll talk with local engineers, architects and designers on the front line of initiatives to meet the challenges posed by sea level rise. We'll explore the Virginia Sea Grant Climate Adaptation and Resilience Program, and its work to enhance the sustainability of coastal communities, by attempting to find a balance between thriving touri ...…
 
Today we'll talk with local engineers, architects and designers on the front line of initiatives to meet the challenges posed by sea level rise. We'll explore the Virginia Sea Grant Climate Adaptation and Resilience Program, and its work to enhance the sustainability of coastal communities, by attempting to find a balance between thriving touri ...…
 
Segment A: Herb RittsWhile his name may not be recognizable, Herb Ritts’ portraits of rock ‘n roll royalty certainly are. His work will be showcased at the Chrysler in “Herb Ritts: The Rock Portraits,” full of familiar images of famous faces such as Cher, Prince, and David Bowie that graced the glossy pages of Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Rolling St ...…
 
Segment A: Herb RittsWhile his name may not be recognizable, Herb Ritts’ portraits of rock ‘n roll royalty certainly are. His work will be showcased at the Chrysler in “Herb Ritts: The Rock Portraits,” full of familiar images of famous faces such as Cher, Prince, and David Bowie that graced the glossy pages of Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Rolling St ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
WHRO's Emmy-nominated digital arts initiative, "The Scene" is half-way through its third season. So far, you've gotten to see a slice of life from local artists including a world-renown blues musician, a fabric artist, a ceramic sculptor, and a traveling band of seven siblings. How do producers with "The Scene" uncover these gems of the vibrant ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
WHRO's Emmy-nominated digital arts initiative, "The Scene" is half-way through its third season. So far, you've gotten to see a slice of life from local artists including a world-renown blues musician, a fabric artist, a ceramic sculptor, and a traveling band of seven siblings. How do producers with "The Scene" uncover these gems of the vibrant ...…
 
HearSay's Delicious Dish welcomes the summer season of food and fun with a very special show, live from the WHRO parking lot! Join host Cathy Lewis and our favorite foodie Chef Patrick Evans-Hylton for a "Memorial Day picnic" outside! What summer dishes are on your menu this year? We'll also talk about what's trending and where you can enjoy th ...…
 
HearSay's Delicious Dish welcomes the summer season of food and fun with a very special show, live from the WHRO parking lot! Join host Cathy Lewis and our favorite foodie Chef Patrick Evans-Hylton for a "Memorial Day picnic" outside! What summer dishes are on your menu this year? We'll also talk about what's trending and where you can enjoy th ...…
 
"I have never publicly endorsed a candidate in my 40 plus years in media. Bernie Sanders is the first Presidential candidate since Robert F. Kennedy that I agree with 100%," announced Joe Bevilacqua (aka Joe Bev). Bevilacqua will preempt his weekly one-hour radio show The Joe Bev Experience, heard on public radio stations nationwide, for a Bern ...…
 
"I have never publicly endorsed a candidate in my 40 plus years in media. Bernie Sanders is the first Presidential candidate since Robert F. Kennedy that I agree with 100%," announced Joe Bevilacqua (aka Joe Bev). Bevilacqua will preempt his weekly one-hour radio show The Joe Bev Experience, heard on public radio stations nationwide, for a Bern ...…
 
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Another View The Radio Show Podcast
 
ReShonda Tate Billingsley has written over 30 books, three of which are being made into television movies! WHRO Public Media Producer, Lisa Godley, sat down with this award winning writer and journalist to talk about her accomplishments and plans for the future.
 
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Another View The Radio Show Podcast
 
ReShonda Tate Billingsley has written over 30 books, three of which are being made into television movies! WHRO Public Media Producer, Lisa Godley, sat down with this award winning writer and journalist to talk about her accomplishments and plans for the future.
 
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Another View The Radio Show Podcast
 
Since the earliest days of our nation, churches, synagogues and mosques have been gathering places where people of faith share common bonds, the desire to do good work, to improve our lives and to help others. During this special edition of Another View we explore these bonds and the role of religion in freedom movements. See how the First Bapt ...…
 
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Another View The Radio Show Podcast
 
Since the earliest days of our nation, churches, synagogues and mosques have been gathering places where people of faith share common bonds, the desire to do good work, to improve our lives and to help others. During this special edition of Another View we explore these bonds and the role of religion in freedom movements. See how the First Bapt ...…
 
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Another View The Radio Show Podcast
 
PBS and WHRO-TV 15 are proud to present "Mercy Street" - a six part series beginning Sunday, January 17 that is the first American drama to air on PBS in more than a decade. Filmed on location in Virginia, "Mercy Street" follows the lives of two volunteer nurses on opposing sides of the Civil War. Inspired by memoirs and letters from real docto ...…
 
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Another View The Radio Show Podcast
 
PBS and WHRO-TV 15 are proud to present "Mercy Street" - a six part series beginning Sunday, January 17 that is the first American drama to air on PBS in more than a decade. Filmed on location in Virginia, "Mercy Street" follows the lives of two volunteer nurses on opposing sides of the Civil War. Inspired by memoirs and letters from real docto ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
Today is Veterans Day -- the federal holiday set aside to honor those who served our Nation's military. Today we'll consider the challenges facing veterans transitioning from combat roles to civilian life. Plus, learn how you can contribute to a new WHRO initiative aimed a putting a face to the name of every Virginian veteran who gave their lif ...…
 
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HearSay with Cathy Lewis
 
Today is Veterans Day -- the federal holiday set aside to honor those who served our Nation's military. Today we'll consider the challenges facing veterans transitioning from combat roles to civilian life. Plus, learn how you can contribute to a new WHRO initiative aimed a putting a face to the name of every Virginian veteran who gave their lif ...…
 
WHRV and WHRO-FM became two separate station on September 21, 1990. Join us as we look back of 25 years of great radio.
 
WHRV and WHRO-FM became two separate station on September 21, 1990. Join us as we look back of 25 years of great radio.
 
Joel Blumberg talks with Dawn Wells (Gilligan's Island) and Geri Reischel (The Brady Bunch) at the 2010 Mid-Atantic Nostalgia Convention. Your BearManor curator Professor Ludwig Von Whatchamacallit (Fred Frees) travels in a van full of crazy Camp Waterlogg characters (created Joe Bev & Lorie Kellogg) in a series of improvised comic interstitial ...…
 
Ruggles of Red Gap is a 1935 comedy film directed by Leo McCarey and starring Charles Laughton, Mary Boland, Charlie Ruggles and ZaSu Pitts, and featuring Roland Young and Leila Hyams. It was based on the best-selling 1915 novel by Harry Leon Wilson, adapted by Humphrey Pearson and with a screenplay by Walter DeLeon and Harlan Thompson. It is t ...…
 
As the 2015 fiscal year draws to a close at WHRO and WHRV-FM, we're talking the opportunity to reflect on the previous year's milestones and examine what new challenges and exciting opportunities the coming year may present. President and CEO, Bert Schmidt, and Vice President of Content, Heather Mazzoni, join Cathy Lewis and take you calls live ...…
 
As the 2015 fiscal year draws to a close at WHRO and WHRV-FM, we're talking the opportunity to reflect on the previous year's milestones and examine what new challenges and exciting opportunities the coming year may present. President and CEO, Bert Schmidt, and Vice President of Content, Heather Mazzoni, join Cathy Lewis and take you calls live ...…
 
On this week’s episode of The Pub, Raney Aronson, the new executive producer of public TV's "Frontline," goes deep on the show's production process, her vision for its future, and even some of the stumbles she’s had with new initiatives, such as the transition from hourlong documentary films to 2-minute web videos. Also this week: WNYC decides ...…
 
Napanoch, New York is a-buzz with sounds. Chickens cluck. A woodpecker drums a hallow stump. Water drips off the porch into an ice-covered trough. Joe Bev captures them. The veteran award-winning radio producer, along with his merry band of voice actors, traverse the woods of Camp Waterlogg, his real-life rustic Catskills home, which doubles as ...…
 
On this week's Comedy-O-Rama Hour, Sgt. Lefty (Joe Bev) and his girlfriend Olive Pitts (Lorie Kellogg) plan their wedding, which will conflict with the Elderly Dance and Raffle. Meanwhile, Adam Maxwell (Joe Bev) has been arrested, and Andy (Joe Bev) and Lkie (Lorie Kellogg) get a lesson from Sal Pilvers (Joe Bev) on how to sell dance tickets. T ...…
 
On this week's Comedy-O-Rama Hour, Sgt. Lefty joins a Mustang club, takes his son horseback riding, makes a pot of azuki beans and Chinese dumplings for his girlfriend Olive Pitts (Lorie Kellogg). The creator of the weekly radio hour, Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) voices both Lefty and his adopted son Andy, something he admits he could only do in au ...…
 
Host Joe Bev presents new radio plays, including "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Willaby and the Professor", "Squidge Attack", and "Slumber and Abner". "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Willaby and the Professor" is Joe Bev's latest installment of his epic SCI-FI comedy series, based on characters he created as child. Here, the final versio ...…
 
Joe Bev and his troupe of actors create from scratch a brand new one hour IMPROVISED radio radio theater every week. During this week's Comedy-O-Rama, Jim Folly, as Marcello and Chef Ron, and Kenny Savoy, as Luigi and Stinky, continue last week's plot in which Chef Ron accidentally abandons Stinky Peter at Marcello and Luigi's cheese shop. Elli ...…
 
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents audio of Stan Freberg, Daws Butler and June Foray in the Capitol record The Lone Psychiatrist (1955), Joe Bev and friend ad-libbing The Lonely Ranger (1975), Mel Blanc in the MGM Harman-Ising cartoon The Lonesome Stranger (1940) and The Lone Ranger TV show and motion picture (1956). The first of 2,956 radio episodes ...…
 
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Another View The Radio Show Podcast
 
As a part of WHRO/WHRV's continuing effort to improve high school graduation rates, Another View explores the Norfolk Public Schools' "Open Campus" - a Magic Johnson Bridgescape Academy. At the "Open Campus", students who have dropped out of school or are at risk of dropping out are given a second chance to earn their high school diploma. Flexi ...…
 
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Another View The Radio Show Podcast
 
As a part of WHRO/WHRV's continuing effort to improve high school graduation rates, Another View explores the Norfolk Public Schools' "Open Campus" - a Magic Johnson Bridgescape Academy. At the "Open Campus", students who have dropped out of school or are at risk of dropping out are given a second chance to earn their high school diploma. Flexi ...…
 
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