HearSay Programming November 24 - 27, 2014

Rising Waters and Rising Costs
Monday, November 24, 2014
A new report from Wetlands Watch shows a 78 to 188 year backlog to fix flooded homes in our region, and those repairs come with quite a price tag: four hundred and thirty-one million dollars. Though the numbers do represent a significant hurdle for the region, there's good news in the form of nearly ten thousand jobs that a coastal resilience industry could create.  We'll take a closer look at the report's findings with Wetlands Watch Executive Director, Skip Stiles.

HearSay from the Headlines
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Join us for today's edition of HearSay from the Headlines, where we tackle the latest news headlines that have you talking.  Today we'll consider the impending update from the Governor's Climate Change and Resiliency Update Commission with the new director of William & Mary's Coastal Policy Clinic.  Our lines are open, and we invite you to let us know your thoughts by joining us live at 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240. You can also e-mail the program at hearsay@whrv.org or join us on our Facebook page  www.facebook.com/hearsaywithcathylewis.

HearSay's Delicious Thanksgiving Dish
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
It's a full-plated holiday edition! Whether you're home for the holidays or heading over the river and through the woods to your family feast, HearSay's Delicious Dish serves up just the right voices to get you prepped and ready for the perfect, festive meal.  From the turkey and the ham to the oh-so- sweet endings, our panel of culinary experts, including HearSay's Chef Patrick Evans-Hylton, will walk you through each course and even have some tips on getting the children to lend a helpful hand or two!  

Holiday Programming: Turkey Confidential
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Help is on the way for Thanksgiving cooks, kitchen helpers and dinner guests on this, the biggest cooking day of the year. Lynne Rossetto Kasper, award-winning host of public radio's national food show The Splendid Table®, will be available to answer listener questions throughout the live, two-hour program. Quickly becoming a Thanksgiving morning tradition, past shows have included everything from a cross-country trucker cooking his Thanksgiving dinner on the manifold to a panicked first-time cook who didn't realize a turkey needs to be thawed. Lynne handles all questions with wit, expertise and laughter.