Coy welcomes Richard Diamond to the program to discuss growing concern with the issue of red light cameras on 29 North. Is it making our streets safer or is it just a money grab? Why are a portion of the fines going to an Australian company? Find out on Charlottesville Right Now.
Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, Bill Bolling, joins Coy for their monthly talk. Along with covering national and local political topics, Bolling addresses caller concerns about healthcare.
WINA News Reporter, Chris Callahan joins Coy in studio to discuss his 37 year anniversary working at 1070 AM.
Rick Britton joins Coy live in studio to continue his countdown of The 25 Most Important and Significant Virginia Civil War Battles. Today’s discussion begins with Number 19, the Battle of Petersburg.
Author, activist, and proponent of a citizen led uprising, Ted Rall, joins Coy in studio to discuss his latest book, The Anti-American Manifesto. Rall’s other work can be found at www.rall.com
Director of Virginia Tomorrow, Bob Holsworth joins Coy for their weekly talk on the latest in Virginia politics.
Blogger and author, David Swanson, joins Coy in studio to discuss controversial political topics including the Kennedy Assasination, the foreclosure crisis, violent revolutions and more!
Two Crozet residents and community members, Mary Rice and Gardner Bloemers, join Coy to discuss development in Crozet. The two discuss a proposed Sheetz-like gas station in Crozet.
Host of Charlottesville Right Now, Coy Barefoot, ponders the legacy of The Gettysburg Address in a riveting monologue.
Wonder which celebrities will be attending the Virginia Film Festival? Festival director Jody Kielbasa joins Coy to discuss breaking news regarding the upcoming event.
Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris joins the program to talk a variety of issues including the latest on the water supply plan and the future of the Martha Jefferson Hospital building. The interview starts with a discussion about red light cameras.