HearSay Programming February 24-26

 

The Future of Scouting / Weatherproofing Your Life

Tuesday, February 24, 2020

Amid a wave of lawsuits over sexual abuse allegations, the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy last week. Can this 110 year-old organization survive? We’ll talk to New York Times op-ed editor, and Eagle Scout, Clay Risen about why he thinks scouting should continue, but the Boy Scouts should end. Then, we will talk about how forecasters and decision makers deal with the uncertainties around extreme weather in Hampton Roads.

Today's Guests:

Clay Risen – Deputy Daily Opinion Editor for The New York Times
David Tolleris - WxRisk
Dr. Aaron Spence - Virginia Beach Public Schools

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Clay Jenkinson

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Clay Jenkinson will talk to Cathy Lewis about his work, his appearances, and his portrayal of the third president. Call the program and discuss it all with us!

Today's Guests:

Clay Jenkinson - The Thomas Jefferson Hour

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Conversion Therapy

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

A ban on conversion therapy for gay minors has passed Virginia's General Assembly and seems poised to become law. Cathy Lewis will discuss this issue with experts, and with someone who has gone through conversion therapy himself.

Today's Guests:

Josh Sanders - Journalist who underwent conversion therapy


*PLEASE NOTE, TOPICS AND GUESTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.