Jul 242006
 

The crisis in Lebanon shows no signs of ending. Rick Moore took a look at the issues involved on the July 23rd edition of WNRN’s Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call. His guests were Daniel Lefkowitz, a specialist on Mideast cultures from the Anthropology Dept, and David Waldner, a Middle East expert in the Department of Politics.

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The Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call is heard every week at 11:00 AM on WNRN. The program supported by The Markets of Tiger Fuel.

Jul 242006
 

Where the hell is Matt Harding? Dancing all over the world that’s where. A video of Harding doing a jig in different spots all over the globe is one of the most popular on YouTube. He phoned in to WINA recently to speak with Coy Barefoot on Charlottesville–Right Now.

Jul 242006
 

Even though Charlottesville does not have a port, the University of Virginia is now home to the Semester at Sea program. That’s where students take classes aboard a ship that travels around the world. U.Va Spanish professor David Gies will serve as the academic dean of the maiden voyage, and Dudley Doane is the director of summer and special academic programs at U.Va. David and Dudley join Coy Barefoot on the July 21st edition of WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now to discuss how program.

David Gies kept a blog during a recent trip he took to get his sea legs.

Jul 242006
 

The High School Leaders’ Program at the Sorensen Institute finished up its summer session this past weekend. Coy Barefoot speaks with Carlos Quintela and Ellen Marsteller, two of the program’s graduates. Sorensen’s Youth Programs Director Mark Johnson is also a guest.

Charlottesville–Right Now is broadcast live Monday through Friday on NewsRadio 1070 WINA from 4 to 6pm. Best-selling author and historian Coy Barefoot is the host and producer. To participate in the program, you can call 434-977-1070. Coy can be reached at barefoot@wina.com.

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Jul 242006
 

On Saturday, July 22nd, Senate candidates Jim Webb and George Allen held the first debate of the campaign at the Homestead in Bath County, sponsored by the Virginia Bar Association.

Jul 212006
 

Blogger Sean McCord joins Coy Barefoot on the July 20th edition of WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now to talk about how he started his weblog Semi Truths, and about this Saturday and Sunday’s Weekends Without Echoes, in which bloggers are challenged to write original articles rather than react to postings in the blogosphere.

Jul 212006
 

Former House candidate Rich Collins joins Coy Barefoot on the July 20th edition of WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now to discuss his arrest last year while campaigning at Shopper’s World Plaza on the Seminole Trail. Collins refused after being asked to leave the area by the management and arrested for trespassing. Several appeals are underway, and listen in for an update. In the last few minutes of this podcast, Collins talks with Coy about the current status of the Meadowcreek Parkway.

Charlottesville–Right Now is broadcast live Monday through Friday on NewsRadio 1070 WINA from 4 to 6pm. Best-selling author and historian Coy Barefoot is the host and producer. To participate in the program, you can call 434-977-1070. Coy can be reached at barefoot@wina.com.

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Jul 212006
 

GenTech LogoIn this show, the GenTech Boys attempt to tackle the issue of digital social networking as generally characterized by MySpace and other profile-based social software. It’s a tough issue and the Boys come out pretty one sided against MySpace, and they remain rather unconvinced of it’s potential benefit in the classroom. In an effort to give profile-based social networking a fair shake, they decided to solicit feedback from listeners, and to touch on the subject again in coming weeks. Please, do comment!

Jul 212006
 

The Rutherford Institute is a non-profit legal organization “dedicated to the defense of civil liberties and human rights.” Rutherford lawyers represent people who feel their constitutional rights have been threatened. But, Rutherford also has an educational mission as well, and offers a speaker series. Kent Willis of the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia gave a two-hour presentation talk this week.

John Whitehead is a frequent guest on WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now. He was most recently a guest on June 29.

Jul 202006
 

On Saturday, March 25, 2006, the online journal Archipelago sponsored a conversation at the Virginia Festival of the Book with the historians Barbara Clark Smith and Mark McGarvie. Katherine McNamara was moderator.

Mark McGarvie is the author of One Nation Under Law: America’s Early National Struggles to Separate Church and State (Cambridge University Press) and co-editor of Charity, Philanthropy, and Civility in American History. He received the J.D. and Ph.D. from Indiana University and is adjunct professor at University of Richmond. He specializes in early American intellectual and legal history.

Barbara Clark Smith is a curator at the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, where she specializes in the history of politics and movements for reform. She has curated major exhibitions at the National Museum, and is working on a book on the topic of forms of liberty enjoyed by subjects of the British monarchy in 18th-century North America that became unavailable to citizens under the new United States in the 19th century, to be called The Freedomes We Lost: A History of Consent in Revolutionary America.

Katherine McNamara is Editor and Publisher of Archipelago.

The Virginia Festival of the Book is a program of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. For more podcasts from the 2006 festival, visit the U.Va Podcast site.