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Conversations with Wendy

Conversations with Wendy

We are all just trying to matter! That’s why Ms. Wendy Edwards invites you to attend an hour of delightful conversation each Saturday morning on Newsradio 1070 WINA. Her talk format is filled with celebrity and local interviews, music and comedy bits by guest performers and a house ensemble of special characters. Listeners are welcome to participate and often receive fun gifts. You’ll benefit just by tuning in! Want to hear something good? Enjoy Conversations with Wendy on Saturdays at 8 AM.

To book a conversation with Wendy, call her 24-Hour Voice Line at (434) 207-6300.

Doctor

Saturday, July 25, 201507/25/2015

Barbara Centafonte

Barbara Centafonte joins the program to talk about her experience with cancer.

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Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Foster Families Love Life: A Conversation with Wendy

Wendy Edwards and Natalie Elliott talk about fostering children.

Saturday, July 11, 201507/11/2015

Everyday Freedoms: A Conversation with Wendy

Author Kimberly K. Schmidt shares one way to slow down and LISTEN to that still, small voice inside of you. Clay Hansen, Director of the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression reminds us of our liberty to get vocal about what is important to us.

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Saturday, June 27, 201506/27/2015

Food Waste: A Conversation with Wendy

Jenny Rustemeyer and Betty Hoge join Wendy Edwards to talk about the business of food; how to save on money and food waste.

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Saturday, June 20, 201506/20/2015

Dr. Kyra Gaunt

Dr. Kyra Gaunt joins Wendy Edwards to talk about race relations and Juneteenth.

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Saturday, June 13, 201506/13/2015

Bob and Connie Pippin

Bob and Connie Pippin join Wendy Edwards to share the story of GASMAN2.

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Saturday, June 6, 201506/06/2015

Rodney McLean, Paul Cavanaugh, Jennie Shuklis

We talk about solutions for pets who are in dire need of help.

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Saturday, May 30, 201505/30/2015

Mark Strauss

Holocaust ghetto survivor Mark Strauss on the horrific conditions of Poland under Germany.

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Saturday, May 23, 201505/23/2015

John McGuire, Bob Chambless, John Nolan and Honza!

Former Navy SEAL John McGuire, former USAF Captain Bob Chambless, and former Army Sergeant John Nolan reflect on the meaning of freedom as we remember those who have died in service to our country in our armed forces around the globe. The spirit of action remains strong in these veterans who now actively contribute to our society in positive ways.

Kathy Griffin

Saturday, May 16, 201505/16/2015

Kathy Griffin, University Letters

Kathy Griffin joins Wendy to talk about her upcoming performance Friday, June 19th, at The Paramount Theater in Charlottesville and then members of Team Wendy join the program to share the University of Virginia’s Class of 2015’s admission essays presented in UVA Magazine’s “Voices of a Class.”

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