The Charlottesville Podcasting Network is proud to debut a new series of feature reports on the cultural and spiritual life of the South Asian community in Central Virginia. Our reporter Deepak Singh has worked for the BBC, and currently calls Charlottesville home. Deepak will be producing regular stories, and we will eventually have a dedicated podcast for the South Asian community.
This introductory piece gives us some insight into the nature of Sufi music.
This 27 minute documentary pilot is an experiment in raw reporting from the February 17 meeting of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The idea for the show is to send one producer or reporter into a public hearing where a controversial issue is up for discussion. The producer talks with the people who attend, and these interviews are not reduced to soundbites, making for a much longer story, but one that better represents the complexities of the issues at hand.
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For background: Dominion Power currently has no official plans before the NRC to build the reactors, but have filed for an early site permit to clear the first hurdles should they decide to proceed. Opponents of nuclear energy say the process is rigged in favor of nuclear power, which they claim is dangerous and financially reckless.
Please comment and let us know what you think about the sound quality and the public affairs quality of the report.
Writer and radio commentator Janis Jaquith is known for her witty essays about raising three children in Central Virginia. We’re featuring some of her classic commentaries here on CPN, using an introductory series of four essays as an example of a weekly podcast.
A look at how perceptions of the natural enviroment of North America influenced how Europeans viewed Americans and Americans viewed themsleves. Presented by Pulitzer-Prizing-winning historian Gordon Wood.