Podcasts

Podcasts

Podcasts

Bible

Sunday, January 11, 201501/11/2015

Vernon Landreth

In Impact for God

Pastor Bare is joined by Chaplain Vernon Landreth.

house build

Saturday, January 10, 201501/10/2015

Chauncey Banks

In A Graceful Life

Chauncey Banks joins Jeanne McCusker to talk about Habitat for Humanity.

home

Saturday, January 10, 201501/10/2015

Home Buyers Seminar

In Real Estate Matters

Michael Guthrie and his guests broadcast live from a home buying seminar.

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Saturday, January 10, 201501/10/2015

A Woman of Grace

In Sounds of Success

Andrea Copeland-Whitsett focuses on the life of community leader and activist Grace Tinsley. Guests include a former recipient of the Grace Tinsley Scholarship Reuben Jones and the recipient of the 2015 Grace Tinsley Unsung Hero Award Ann Sandridge.

Dr Brezinski

Saturday, January 10, 201501/10/2015

Jessica Phipps and Dr. Daria Brezinski

In Conversations with Wendy

What message do we send to full-time, working parents when the answer to a plea for help is “You make too much money for assistance from the county/state” and “Have you thought of ways to help yourself?”

cat

Saturday, January 10, 201501/10/2015

Lisa Lane

In Morning News Weekends

Lisa Lane is with the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA and talks about the adoption fees being waived for certain cats.

Graduation

Saturday, January 10, 201501/10/2015

Philip Stucky

In Morning News Weekends

Philip Stucky joins Wendy Edwards and Eric Seitz to talk about college tuition.

tech1

Saturday, January 10, 201501/10/2015

Tech Talk

In Morning News Weekends

Bryant Harrison joins the program to talk about wireless charging.

microphone

Saturday, January 10, 201501/10/2015

Josh Wheeler

In Morning News Weekends

Josh Wheeler joins Wendy Edwards and Eric Seitz to talk about the protection of free speech.

WP-CivilWar

Friday, January 9, 201501/09/2015

Rick Britton

In Charlottesville Right Now

Today, Civil War historian Rick Britton talks about what was happening in the Civil War 150 years ago this month. Despite brutal winter weather, January of 1865 was filled with momentous events:

1) On the 9th & 11th, the Tennessee and Missouri state Constitutional Conventions voted to adopt amendments abolishing slavery.

2) On the 15th, after a three-day battle involving land & naval units, Fort Fisher, NC, fell to Union forces, thus cutting off the Confederacy’s last major port–Wilmington, NC. Over 10,000 men in the fighting on both sides: casualties totaled about 2,000. One of the Union generals, Adelbert Ames, lived to be 97. He died in 1933. He was the last surviving regular U.S. Army Civil War general.

3) On the 31st the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed by the House on a 119 to 56 vote, thus abolishing slavery. It was not officially law until ratified by two-thirds of the states on Dec. 18, 1865.

4) On that same day, the 31st, Robert E. Lee was made General-In-Chief of Confederate Armies.

Rick Britton’s OLLI at U.Va. lecture series–“Tales of the University”–starts on Thursday, Jan. 15. at Michie Tavern! Lectures include: on Jan. 15, “Edgar Allan Poe at U.Va.”; on Jan. 22, “John Singleton Mosby at the University”; & on Feb. 5, “The 1895 Rotunda Fire.”

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