Sep 272010
 

Authors of Age of Autism, Dan Olmstead and Mark Blaxill join Coy to discuss the latest in reasearch concerning the causes of Autism.

Charlottesville–Right Now: Sam Harris Joins Coy To Talk About His Book

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Aug 232010
 

Sam Harris joined Coy to discuss his book The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason. Smith explores why people are prone to suspending reason in the name of religious beliefs.

Charlottesville–Right Now: Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould Discuss Their Recent Book With Coy

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Aug 192010
 

8.19.10- Elizabeth Gould and Paul Fitzgerald, authors of Invisible History: Afghanistan’s Untold Story join Coy live on the program.  They discuss the recent Time Magazine Cover which featured a Muslim woman whose nose and ears had been cut off.

Dec 232009
 

The Don’t Know Much series by Ken Davis began 20 years ago with a book that looked at how much American’s history education was lacking. The series now has other volumes that explore American’s knowledge gaps on geography, space, dinosaurs, and more.

Davis recently joined Brad Savage on 106.1 The Corner to discuss the myths, legends, and true history behind the common Holiday traditions today. The pair cover mistletoe, Santa Claus and his reindeer, the 12 Days of Christmas, the abbreviation “Xmas” and more.

Jack Trammell on the Blue Ridge Anthology for 2009

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Dec 162008
 

On Monday, December 15th, 2008, Jack Trammell, President of the Blue Ridge Chapter of the Virginia Writer’s Club, joined Charlottesville Right Now to discuss the Blue Ridge Anthology 2009. This is the second edition of the anthology, which collects the works of local writers. Coy’s first piece of published fiction appears in this edition. The book will be featured at the upcoming Virginia Festival of the Book.