Wednesday, May 25, 201605/25/2016

Organization wants to legalize growing hemp

In Charlottesville Right Now

Jason Amatucci, Exec. Dir. of Virginia industrial Hemp Coalition, talks with Les Sinclair about why hemp is a good crop and should be legal to grown.


Wednesday, May 25, 201605/25/2016

University of Virginia Starts a Brain Institute

In Charlottesville Right Now

Dr. Jaideep Kapur, Eugene Meyer III Professor of Neuroscience and Neurology and a leading researcher and physician in the area of epilepsy, will direct the UVA Brain Institute. He speaks with Les Sinclair about the details.


Wednesday, May 25, 201605/25/2016

Who doesn’t have broadband internet?

In Charlottesville Right Now

Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson, talks with Les Sinclair about Virginia’s initiative to get information about residents’ internet service.


Wednesday, May 25, 201605/25/2016

CCS Principal Gets Slimed

In Charlottesville Right Now

During this week long campaign to encourage their 356 students to read as many pages as possible, the Principal, Michael Riley, announced he would get slimed if the students reached their goal of reading 125,001 pages. They exceeded that goal. Les Sinclair talks Mr. Riley about the events.

storm clouds

Wednesday, May 25, 201605/25/2016

Plan Now for Hurricane Season

In Charlottesville Right Now

Mike Arnold, Nationwide Insurance, talks with Les Sinclair about what you need to know when preparing for hurricanes or flooding. Virginia Hurricane and Flooding Preparedness Week is May 22-28


Wednesday, May 25, 201605/25/2016

5/25/16 Hour 2: Rodney Stark, Andrew Gause

In The Schilling Show

Author Rodney Stark talks about debunking anti-Catholic myths dating back to the middle ages. Andrew Gause gives perspective on Donald Trump’s stance on the national debt.

route 29

Wednesday, May 25, 201605/25/2016

5/25/16 Hour 1: Neil Williamson

In The Schilling Show

Neil Williamson joins the program for perspective on Rt. 29 construction, effects on business, taxes at the local level, and more.

Father and son fishing

Tuesday, May 24, 201605/24/2016

5/24/16 Hour 2: Rob Bell, Michael Reagan

In The Schilling Show

Delegate Rob Bell talks about the GOP suing to block McAuliffe and Michael Reagan talks about his book, Lessons My Father Taught Me.


Tuesday, May 24, 201605/24/2016

5/24/16 Hour 1: JR Hoeft, Dede Smith

In The Schilling Show

JR Hoeft talks about McAuliffe being under investigation and Dede Smith talks about PILOT.

Vote Signs (from clipart)

Monday, May 23, 201605/23/2016

Virginia GOP files suit to halt Governor’s rights restoration order.

In Charlottesville Right Now

Del Rob Bell, talks with Les Sinclair about the attempt to have the courts block the restoration of voting rights to the 200,000 plus convicted felons Gov. McAuliffe’s executive order would restore.

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