Nov 112018
 

Guian McKee

Sunday Morning Wake-up Call host Rick Moore talks with Professor in Presidential Studies at the Miller Center, Dr. Guian McKee about the results of the 2018 midterm elections in the United States. Topics include: Was there a blue wave as predicted and what does the record number of elected women mean for Congress.

The Sunday Morning Wake-up Call is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 11 a.m. to noon.

Nov 112018
 

Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art

Today on Home Grown, David talks art with two more great guests. First, Emily Julia Kresky visits the show for the first time. She’s the organizer of and a featured artist in Women on the Mic: A Benefit for Fight Like a Grrrl at the Front Porch Roots Music School. Emily talks about how she got into songwriting and about what her process is. Next, Adam Nemett comes back on the show. This time he’s wearing his novelist hat to talk about his first fiction novel We Can Save Us All. Adam talks about his 12 year journey writing this novel and gives us a little taste. One way or another art tries to save us, and we’re here to talk about it (and, seemingly, to mispronounce guests’ names) on Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art.

Home Grown is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Nov 042018
 

Jennifer Lawless

Sunday Morning Wake-up Call host Rick Moore talks with Commonwealth Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, Jennifer Lawless, about the upcoming midterm elections. Will there be a ‘blue wave’? Will the Kavanaugh appointment influence swing voters?

The Sunday Morning Wake-up Call is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 11 a.m. to noon.

Nov 042018
 

Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art

Today on Home Grown, David welcomes two guests to the show for the first time. First, Nathan Gillespie, El Presidente of Charlottesville Tango. Nathan does his turn as ambassador of “the three minute romance” by talking about the history of Charlottesville Tango, the history of tango itself, and their new studio on Water Street — Tango on Water. Next, Tracy Straight, executive director of The Wayne Theater comes on the show to talk about the Wayne and its move to become Waynesboro’s cultural center. Make sure you check out their latest musical in their Broadway series, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. It’s two different arts organizations this week on Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art.

Home Grown is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Nov 032018
 

Apropos Of Something hosts Ellen Daniels and Nancy Laurence talk with award-winning, investigative journalist/author Hawes Spencer, about objectively documenting the tragic events in his new book, Summer of Hate: Charlottesville, USA; and Indivisible Charlottesville Steering Committee member Ken Horne, on their strategy for creating a blue wave in the very gerrymandered state of VA.

Apropos Of Something seeks out guests who are passionate about the arts, politics and society at-large. Co-hosts Ellen Daniels in Charlottesville and Nancy Laurence in New York City chat with experts, activists, and the most interesting people they can find. We guarantee every show will be Apropos Of Something.

Join Ellen and Nancy on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, every Saturday from 10-11 a.m.

Oct 282018
 

Sunday Morning Wake-up Call guest host Sean McCord talks with Virginia Film Festival Director Jody Kielbasa and Film Festival Programmer Wesley Harris about this year’s event.

The Sunday Morning Wake-up Call is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 11 a.m. to noon.

Oct 282018
 

Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art

Today on Home Grown, David flies solo. Luckily the one consistent thing about Home Grown is that our guests are great. First, Abel Okugawa Wright has thrown on many hats (editor, composer, producer, filmer) to make — with director Aaron Farrington — a new documentary that’s going to be shown at the 2018 Virginia Film Festival, Know Your Neighbor. David talks to Abel about what it was like to make a documentary about Charlottesvillians who’ve come to town as refugees. Wright specifically talks about how they’ve put the film together and why. Then, we welcome back comedians Chris Alan and Winston Hodges, hosts of The Laugh Your Ass Off Host Battle Shows, most frequently at The Southern Cafe & Music Hall. Chris and Winston talk about the two shows they have coming up and about the challenges and benefits of doing comedy in this time. It’s two different types of storytellers this week on Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art.

Home Grown is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Oct 272018
 

Apropos Of Something hosts Ellen Daniels and Nancy Laurence talk with the musician Jaewar, front man for Vibe Riot, director of Vibe Fest, activist, engineer, producer, on using music to advance positive change, both locally and globally; and Lee Graves, award-winning columnist, essayist and author, on all that’s brewing in craft beers. From colonial days to its golden age.

Apropos Of Something seeks out guests who are passionate about the arts, politics and society at-large. Co-hosts Ellen Daniels in Charlottesville and Nancy Laurence in New York City chat with experts, activists, and the most interesting people they can find. We guarantee every show will be Apropos Of Something.

Join Ellen and Nancy on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, every Saturday from 10-11 a.m.

Oct 212018
 

Sunday Morning Wake-up Call producer Dan Gould talks with Indivisible Charlottesville’s David Singerman and Corinne Cayce about its continuing efforts to resist the Trump agenda. Topics include: The Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court appointment as it relates to the #MeToo movement and election day advice.

For more information on how you can help the local progressive movement visit the Indivisible Charlottesville web site.

The Sunday Morning Wake-up Call is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 11 a.m. to noon.

Oct 212018
 

Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art

Today on Home Grown, David and Leslie welcome two artists to the show for the first time. First, writer Susie McKenna comes on the show to talk about her new thriller Last Tracks. Susie talks about her inspiration for the book and also her extensive preparation. Next, theater director David Domkoski comes on the show to talk about his show with Gorilla Theater Productions, In the Forest, She Grew Fangs — a play about bullying. We talk about bullying and about how the play addrresses it. It’s two artists walking on the grim side (unintendedly appropriate for Halloween) on Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art.

Home Grown is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Oct 202018
 

Apropos Of Something hosts Ellen Daniels and Nancy Laurence talk with Gloria Beard and Cauline Yates, participants of Charlottesville’s Pilgrimage to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice & the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, AL. Stops along the way included Appomattox, the International Civil Rights Center & Museum and the Edmund Pettus Bridge. They share their thoughts on America’s inability to confront its slave past, glorifying the Confederacy and minimizing the impact of African American contributions.

Apropos Of Something seeks out guests who are passionate about the arts, politics and society at-large. Co-hosts Ellen Daniels in Charlottesville and Nancy Laurence in New York City chat with experts, activists, and the most interesting people they can find. We guarantee every show will be Apropos Of Something.

Join Ellen and Nancy on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, every Saturday from 10-11 a.m.

Oct 142018
 

Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art

Today on Home Grown, David abandons us to try to make his rent at his day job. So Leslie soldiers on alone welcoming, first, visiting UVA Drama Deparment director and Charlottesville native Amanda McRaven. Amanda is back in town to direct UVA’s production of The Wolves. Amanda talks about the play, about her process, about why it’s important to her and important to us. Then, friend of the show Ty Cooper gets back on the mic. He has an upcoming Documentary Filmmaking Workshop at Piedmont Virginia Community College. We talk with Ty about some of the challenges you can run into in documentary filmmaking and about how he intends to teach you to handle them. It’s two different artists talking about the importance of telling important stories on Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art.

Home Grown is heard on 94.7 WPVC the Progressive Voice of Charlottesville, Sundays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.