Sean McCord

Sep 182016
 

Matt Marshall

Sunday Morning Wake-up Call host Sean McCord talks with Matt Marshall, a film lecturer at UVA in a continuing series on a Life in the Arts. Matt is from Levittown Long Island and moved to central Virginia to study and then to teach film. Matt talks about what it means to work in field associated with Hollywood but here in Virginia.

The Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call is heard on WPVC 94.7 Sunday mornings at 11:00 AM. The station is currently looking for volunteers.

WriterHouse: The Power of Place

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Nov 062013
 

Liz Huergo

On Sunday, October 6, 2013 Elizabeth Huergo discussed the power of place in evoking history and the story of how the city of Havana became a character in her debut novel The Death of Fidel Perez (Unbridled 2013).

Wake-Up Call: The Virginia Innocence Project

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Nov 132011
 

On the November 13 Wake-Up Call on WNRN, host Rick Moore talks with Professors Matthew Engle and Deirdre Enright of the Virginia Innocence Project, a group dedicated to investigate potential wrongful convictions of incarcerated individuals in Virginia.

Wake-Up Call: Teaching Character to School Children

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Oct 022011
 

On the Oct. 2 Wake-Up Call, host Rick Moore talks with Dr. Daniel Price, Executive Director of The FACE Project (Functional Approach to Character Education), on teaching character to school children.

Wake-Up Call: Meals On Wheels, and WNRN Fundraising

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Sep 252011
 

On a special WNRN fundraising weekend, host Rick Moore talks with Charlottesville Meals On Wheels Executive Director Dawn Grzegorczyk.

Wake-Up Call: Intuitive Analyst Lee Channing

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Sep 182011
 

On the Sept.18 edition of WNRN’s Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call, Rick Moore welcomes returning favorite guest Lee Channing, Intuitive Consultant. The many people who called the show had questions about jobs, travel, relationships, and the future.

Aug 282011
 

On the August 28 edition of the Wake-Up Call, host Rick Moore talks with Dr. Rebecca Tippett of UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center regarding studies that she oversaw on Alternative Financial Services – aka, payday loan lenders – and the effects they may have on families and neighborhoods.

Aug 212011
 

WNRN’s August 21’st Sunday morning Wake-Up Call, Rick talks with three attorneys. Jennifer McKeever from Jones & Green, Bob Byrne from Martin Wren Law, and Jessica Phillips from Payne and Hodous. All three attorneys specialize in different legal backgrounds; family, personal injury, employment, and more.

Disclaimer: Do not make decisions based on any of the information discussed on this show. Calling in and asking a question does not establish attorney-client privilege. Also, no confidential information should be given.

Wake-Up Call: On Our Own of Charlottesville

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Aug 112011
 

On the August 8 Wake-Up Call, Rick talks with Rose Farber and other guests from On Our Own of Charlottesville, a group dedicated to helping those personally impacted by mental illness.

Wake-Up Call: On Liberal Narratives of Conservatives

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Apr 242011
 

On the 4/24 Wake-Up Call, host Rick Moore talks with Professor Gerard Alexander of UVA’s Dept. of Politics about his two Washington Post op-eds Why Are Liberals So Condescending and Conservatism Does Not Equal Racism. So why do many liberals assume it does?.

Wake-Up Call: Near-Poverty Families in Virginia

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Apr 032011
 

On the April 03 edition of the Wake-Up Call, host Rick Moore talks with Rebecca Tippett of UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center regarding a study she has written about the approximately 30% of families in the area who, should disaster strike, do not have enough assets to live three months at the federal poverty line.

Wake-Up Call: Spring Fund Drive

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Mar 272011
 

It’s WNRN’s Spring Fund Drive! Host Rick Moore and special guest host, Rick’s 7-year-old nephew Wren, interview Dayton Haugh of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad.