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Charlottesville Right Now

Weekdays from 4 – 6pm
We go beyond the headlines, digging deeper into stories that matter to you.
It’s local talk, local issues, local radio at it’s very best!
Join NewsRadio 1070 WINA’s Les Sinclair weekdays for the news and newsmakers of the day.
Join the conversation at 434-977-1070
Charlottesville Right Now is Front Page Radio.

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Monday, October 28, 201310/28/2013

Christopher Basso

In light of the first anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, Christopher Basso of Carfax informs us about avoiding vehicles with flood…

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Monday, October 28, 201310/28/2013

Michael McKee

Michael McKee of Blue Ridge Area Food Bank on effect of SNAP being cut. Host Les Sinclair Podcast (charlottesville-right-now): Play…

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Monday, October 28, 201310/28/2013

Billy Haun

Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning Billy Haun shares information with Les Sinclair about the composite index.   Podcast (charlottesville-right-now): Play…

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Friday, October 25, 201310/25/2013

Sean Castrina

Sean Castrina talks about his book, 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Start-up Success with Les Sinclair. Podcast (charlottesville-right-now): Play in…

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Friday, October 25, 201310/25/2013

Carter Johnson

Carter Johnson is the Albemarle County Police Department Spokesperson and talks with Les Sinclair about Charlottesville taking part in the National…

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Friday, October 25, 201310/25/2013

Christopher Goyne

Christopher Goyne, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of Virginia and director of UVA’s Aerospace Research…

Friday, October 25, 201310/25/2013

Bernie Garrison and Sherry Taylor

Bernie Garrison is the Recreation Supervisor for Charlottesville Parks and Recreation and talks about a Halloween event for kids on…

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Thursday, October 24, 201310/24/2013

Timothy Salthouse

Professor of Psychology Timothy Salthouse joins the show with Les Sinclair to shed light on why those “tip of your tongue”…

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Thursday, October 24, 201310/24/2013

Sandi Duncan

Sandi Duncan of The Farmer’s Almanac shares with us her prediction for weather this winter season. Hosted by: Les Sinclair Podcast…

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Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

Larry Magid CBS NEWS & CNET Tech Analyst

Larry Magid joins Les Sinclair on Charlottesville Right Now from the Internet Governance Forum. (Photo credit Kevin Warnock)

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The athletic director at Monticello High School and two other defendants have pleaded guilty to rigging bids on athletic apparel and have been ordered to pay fines.