Podcasts

Podcasts

Podcasts

Vote Signs (from clipart)

Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Tom Garrett

In Morning News Weekends

Senator Tom Garrett joins Wendy Edwards to talk about the election process and public comment closing.

U.S. Flag America

Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Debbie Georgatos

In Morning News Weekends

Author Ronald Kessler defends secret service agents and makes some sensational claims about former Presidents in his new book, The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents.

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Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Tech Talk

In Morning News Weekends

Bryant Harrison joins the program for his weekly Tech Talk. This week he talks about Google Cardboard and virtual reality.

lawyers

Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Sounds of Success: You Have the Right to Remain…Alive

In Sounds of Success

I’ve carefully given much thought on how to address the string of killings of unarmed citizens by police officers that have taken place across the country as well as the murders of the Charleston 9 by a white supremacist.

Radio

Friday, July 31, 201507/31/2015

Top 5 Soundbites of the Week [7/27-7/31]

In Charlottesville Right Now

Les Sinclair gives your the Top 5 Soundbites of the week.

Microphone

Friday, July 31, 201507/31/2015

Do Greene County’s New Public Comment Rules Pass the 1st Amendment Test?

In Charlottesville Right Now

Megan Rhyne, Executive Dir of the Virginia Coalition for Open Government, talks with Les Sinclair about the recently adopted Greene County Rules for Public Comment at the Board meetings.

911

Friday, July 31, 201507/31/2015

Greene County gets Text-to-911

In Charlottesville Right Now

Greene Co Sheriff Steven Smith joins Les Sinclair to describe the County’s new Text-To-911 service.

fire truck

Friday, July 31, 201507/31/2015

Charlottesville Fire Department dedicates steel beam from World Trade Center

In Charlottesville Right Now

Chief Charles Werner tells Les Sinclair about the dedication ceremony that took place for the two-ton steel beam from World Trade Center at the new Fontaine Ave. station.

Doctor

Friday, July 31, 201507/31/2015

Hour 2: Todd Gaziano, Aubrey Shines, David Foreman

In The Schilling Show

Todd Gaziano talks about public art, Bishop Aubrey Shines discusses a new policy in the Boy Scouts, and David Foreman talks about the dangers of statins.

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Friday, July 31, 201507/31/2015

Hour 1: Bob Young, David Hogberg, Ben Knotts

In The Schilling Show

Bob Young shares why he is running for Supervisor, David Hogberg talks about repealing Obamacare, and Ben Knotts shares information about an AFP DTD Summit.

Latest Stories

5 hours ago in Sports

The best sports shots this week

A horse is ridden to the track for a workout at Churchill Downs Thursday, May 5, 2016, in Louisville, Ky. The 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby is scheduled for Saturday, May 7. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

A look back at some of the biggest plays and best moments in sports this week.

5 hours ago in Sports

The weekend sports schedule

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Here’s a look at some of the sporting events taking place this weekend.

6 hours ago in Entertainment

OPENING WEEKEND: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ is finally here

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Here's a look at some of the films set to open this weekend.

6 hours ago in National

Making headlines this week

A member of the NATO parachute demonstration team lands during a change of command ceremony at NATO military headquarters in Mons, southern Belgium on Wednesday May 4, 2016. U.S. Army General Curtis  M. Scaparrotti was installed as NATO's 18th supreme allied commander Europe (SACEUR). The commander, by tradition an American general or admiral, is responsible for the overall direction and conduct of NATO's global military operations. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

A look back at some of the biggest stories this week and the headlines you may have missed.

6 hours ago in Lifestyle, National

Anti-hunger group uses fake app to fool, educate

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates 14 percent of Americans, or more than 17 million people, are what is called food insecure, meaning at times of the year, they are uncertain of being able to acquire enough food for their household.