On the June 1st Wake Up Call, Rick talks to Dr. Chris Winter of the Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine. During the Hour they discuss good vs. bad sleep habits, what is a “Good Nights Sleep”, Insomnia, Sleep Apnea, caller questions, and more.
On the May 25th Wake up call, Host Rick talks to Meredith Dickens and Lindsay Ideson of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library and Sandy McAdams, owner of Daedalus Bookshop. They discuss the available programs and history of Daedalus and JMRL, various books of interest, digital vs. print books, series vs. standalone, the “Should Not Be Forgotten but Not Necessarily recommended” list, and more.
On the May 18th Wake Up Call, our guest Jay Hatfield discusses the rights, laws, and challenges for the physically disabled. We will also be joined by Bob Fenwick, Jay’s co-host on the local TV show, Handy Chat.
On the May 11th Wake Up Call, two members of the Mediation Center of Charlottesville visit to discuss Mediation vs, courts, divorce and co-parenting, training to be a mediatior, volunteering at the center, and more.
On the April 27th Wake Up Call, host Rick Moore talks with Cartie Lominack, the Executive director of the shelter for help in Emergency, and Sheilah Michaels, a designer for the 2014 Design House. During the hour they discuss aspects of Domestic Abuse/Violence, Verbal vs Physical abuse, the SHE shelter, 24 hour crisis hotline/website, and more.
On the Easter Sunday April 20th Wake Up Call, Lee Channing returns to the show to talk with Rick about clairvoyance, energy and associated colors, pets, various signs and omens, and do live reading and answer questions for callers.
On the April 13th Wake Up Call, host Rick Moore talks to Josh Wheeler from Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of free Expression about the TJ center Muzzle awards. Over the hour, they will go over each of the 9 Muzzle award recipients and the stories of what actions qualified them for their titles. Groups awarded include The U.S Department of Justice, The White house Press Office, The Tennessee State Legislature, and More.
On the March 30th wake up Call, Host Rick Moore talks to Kathy Kildea and Arthur Rashap, co-directors of Charlottesville time bank. They discuss what the Time Bank is, it’s types of services, age limits, member numbers, and more.
On the March 16th Wake Up Call, Rick talks about the Virginia Festival of the Book with it’s program Director Nancy Damon and authors Paul A. Cantor(The Invisible Hand in Popular Culture), Dr. Barbara A. Perry(Rose Kennedy:The Life and Times of a Political Matriarch), and Lex Hrabe( Quarantine Series). They discuss highlights of the festival, volunteering, the difficulties in planning, how to publish a book, and more.