Podcasts

Charlottesville Right Now

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.

PVCC 031909

Monday, March 24, 201403/24/2014

Jan Reed

Piedmont Virginia Community College will host an information session for home schooled students and their parents from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 27, in Room M229 (Auditorium) in the Main Building on the PVCC main campus at 501 College Drive in Charlottesville.
During the free information session, a panel of current students who were homeschooled and PVCC faculty will discuss their experiences with PVCC and answer questions. In addition, the program will include information about taking classes while completing a homeschool curriculum, or after home schooling.

Other topics to be covered are enrolling in classes, placement testing, transfer information and the College4Kids Summer Career Academies at PVCC.
For more information, please email Jan Reed jreed@pvcc.edu or call 434.961.5263.

Tesla-620x400

Monday, March 24, 201403/24/2014

Martha Meade

Martha Meade of AAA weighs in on the boons and banes of tech-heavy cars and what information they might be gleaning from you while you drive.

cable

Monday, March 24, 201403/24/2014

Dr. Christopher Ali

Dr. Christopher Ali, Assistant Professor in Department of Media Studies at the University of Virginia, joins the show to discuss the prospect of iTunes offering a TV streaming service in conjunction with Comcast.

Microphone

Monday, March 24, 201403/24/2014

Dr. Daniela Pretzer

Dr. Daniela Pretzer joins Les Sinclair to talk about National Brain Injury Month and how such conditions affect American citizens.

Vote Signs (from clipart)

Monday, March 24, 201403/24/2014

Geoffrey Skelly

Geoffrey Skelly gives us insight into the possible popular candidates for the GOP in the 2016 Presidential election.

water

Friday, March 21, 201403/21/2014

Jessica Gephart

Jessica Gephart joins Les Sinclair to talk about her research that eating fish saves water.

Downtown Mall Another

Friday, March 21, 201403/21/2014

Dori Zook

WINA’s Dori Zook joins Les Sinclair to talk about the trial of the alleged attacker on the downtown mall in December.

kids

Friday, March 21, 201403/21/2014

Rebecca Dore

Rebecca Dore, graduate student in Developmental Psychology at University of Virginia, joins Les Sinclair to talk about her study, Racial Bias in Pain Perception Appears Among Children as Young as 7.

stars

Friday, March 21, 201403/21/2014

Yanina Goddard

Yanina Goddard, assistant professor of physics at PVCC, joins Les Sinclair to talk about a free “Family Starry Night” tonight.

Alzheimers Association

Friday, March 21, 201403/21/2014

Ellen Phipps

Ellen Phipps is the VP of programs and services with the Alzheimer’s Association and joins Les Sinclair to talk about the 2014 Alzheimer’s Association Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures report.

Sponsored By

Latest Stories

in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: March 27

beatles

A look back on Hollywood headlines of years past.

in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Election, Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA, Virginia Assembly

Governor Signs Revised State Budget

Updated
McAuliffe Terry 032914 CC

Governor McAuliffe has signed Virginia's amended budget, which will take effect in July.

in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA

City Drops Charge Against Matthew

Matthew Jesse mug shot 092614

Albemarle resident Jesse Matthew does not face an abduction charge in Charlottesville.

in Local, Surrounding Counties

Tragic Ending To Search For Young Boy

Thomas Noah (sent to us) 032615 CC

There was a tragic ending to the search for a Pulaski County boy.

in Albemarle County, Local

Board Endorses Greenhouse On WAHS Campus

Updated
Digital Camera

The Albemarle School Board likes the design of a proposed greenhouse at Western Albemarle High School.