Get the best of NPR news for two hours every weekday. All Things Considered hosts Robert Siegel, Michele Norris, and Melissa Block present the program's trademark block of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and off-beat features.
A show that challenges our perceptions of today's important issues, using critical economic and media studies as our guides. This is a show where we will explore our world and the ideas that will inform our decisions. Hosted by Associate Professor of Mass Communications, Mark Finney and Assistant Professor of Economics, Deborah Spencer.
Art Speaks is a cognitive reaction that is specifically directed at the individual viewer that it often can say more than any written word. Art is language, communication, and sensory movement.
WEHC is proud to bring our listeners Building Power as a part of the connection with the Virginia Organizing Project. Your host, Brian Johns, will interview local guests and figure out what special things people do to improve their communities so that you can help improve yours.
WEHC is pleased to present the church services of Emory First United Methodist Church on a one week delay. Sermons can be heard from Pastor David Jackson as well as Chaplin Mary K. Briggs.
WEHC is proud to bring you Do The Right Thing, a show in connection with the Emory & Henry College Philosophy Department. Do The Right Thing, hosted by former Emory & Henry professor Dr. Ed Damer and Dr. Taylor Stone, is a program that will take on issues that could be current, controversial, ethical, political, and complex and provide discussion and rational thought to help guide us towards doing the right thing.
Engaging with issues of importance to education in Southwest Virginia through interviews, stories, and editorials with real teachers, students, parents, and administrators from public schools. It's about becoming educated about education. Hosted by Mark Merz.
A public affairs program produced by Holson Valley Broadcasting Corporation. Music expressed on the program are those of the guests. Hosted by Harry Thomas.
A weekly WEHC conversation with Emory & Henry head football coach Curt Newsome. With highlights of the previous game and keys to victory in the up coming contest, here is a look inside Wasp football. Hosted by Gary Lester and Curt Newsome.
Join host Matthew Chapman as he guides you through Biblical text that you can relate to everyday life and activities.
Henry McCarthy believes that we write poems in our hearts and are often afraid to share. The purpose of the show is to promote community among poets and writers--particularly the "little people."
WEHC is pleased to present Religion For Life with your host Rev. John Shuck. Religion For Life explores the intersection of religion, social justice, and public life. It features interviews with local and national figures froma variety of religious tradition and from a variety of perspectives, and addresses the effects of religion -both positively and negatively- on public file.
WEHC brings you your weekly half hour of news, information, stories and fun from one of America's oldest and most respected theatres, Barter Theatre, in Abingdon, Virginia.
Teresa Keller, General Manager of WEHC and Carnegie Foundation/CASE Virginia Professor of the Year, introduces a program where it's time to talk. On This Conversation, audiences will get to meet fascinating people with interesting stories to tell. Ranging from a local or someone across the globe, you're guaranteed to be intrigued in whatever conversation is happening.
The show dedicated to a dialogue about the economic challenges and opportunities facing Southwest Virginia. The show explores many ways people are joining energies and resources to grow the economy and improve lives throughout the region. Hosted by Dirk Moore.
Your Weekly Constitutional is a show about the Constitution produced in partnership with the Home of the Constitution, James Madison's Montpelier. Your host, Stewart Harris, talks about the hot-button issues you see in the media every day, from gay rights to gun rights. Stewart interviews interesting people in plain English, and he's always up for a good story or a humorous anecdote. But the issues are serious, and Stewart discusses them with authority: a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, he teaches Constitutional Law at the Appalachian School of Law, where he has won multiple awards for teaching and scholarship. He has also taught at the University of Tennessee College of Law's summer session for a number of years. Please join him for a lively constitutional conversation.