Innovation Now is a daily 90-second radio series and podcast that gives listeners a front row seat to hear compelling stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that are shaping our future.
Another View is a weekly call-in radio talk show that discusses today’s topics from an African American perspective.
HearSay with Cathy Lewis is WHRV FM's locally-produced, public affairs radio call-in program that discusses issues important to our community. Every Monday through Wednesday, we reach listeners from Richmond to Emporia. Hosted by Cathy Lewis, who can be contacted at email@example.com
All week, on each edition of Out of the Box, listen for songs from one of the best albums that’s just hitting stores and hear Paul Shugrue's review of that album.
Educationally Speaking, is part of the national American Graduate: Getting to Work initiative funded by the Corporation for public broadcasting. American Graduate focuses on helping youth succeed in school, career, and life by exploring challenges to entering the workforce facing today’s youth. This month, we will explore new career pathways for high-demand jobs. Educationally Speaking is a WHRV special, produced by Barry Graham, Kathy Martin and Paul Bibeau, that examines the current state ...
With every General Assembly seat on the ballot and some pivotal races right here in Hampton Roads, there's a lot at stake. Before you decide, be sure to listen to the candidates talk about the issues on HearSay with Cathy Lewis beginning Monday, October 22nd, from Noon – 1pm on 89.5 WHRV FM, public radio for Hampton Roads.
Did you ever have a question you were too uncomfortable to ask? How about finding yourself in a socially awkward situation and being unsure of what to do next? Mind Over Manners is a tool that can help! Lisa Godley and Sondra Woodward’s podcast endeavors to raise your social IQ. Join us each week for insights ranging from proper wedding and funeral etiquette, to how to handle that workplace romance, and even that online interaction on social media. Email your comments or questions to mindove ...
A series of interviews and performances on Acoustic Highway on 89.5 WHRV. Acoustic Highway airs live every Sunday evening from 9-10pm eastern with acoustic music.
As the years move us further and further away from the realities of the Vietnam War and recognition of those who served, we must find ways to keep alive the memories of the those who sacrificed for us, and honor those who returned home to an unwelcome nation.
When choosing a crop for this hydroponic experiment, the company zeroed in on duckweed, better known now as space lentils.By WHRO
June 19, 1865 - the day that the enslaved in Texas finally got the news of the Emancipation Proclamation outlawing slavery in the United States ...two and a half years after the proclamation went into effect! The commemoration of that day is called Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day and Emancipation Day. We learn the…
NASA is using big data techniques to revolutionize biomedical research.By WHRO
NASA will pair a mass spectrometer with a drill mounted on a rover to go out and look for resources on the Moon.By WHRO
When NASA’s Orion spacecraft takes off, astronauts inside will be wearing new and improved, high-tech space suits.By WHRO
“Catastrophe and Hope” is this Hampton Roads' artist's fourth album. It was written and recorded during the pandemic and chronicles many of the emotions we all shared during that time.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
Sometimes the most compelling locations on a planet’s surface are extreme landscapes that can be challenging for astronauts to investigate.By WHRO
If you’re going to put payloads on a rocket and send it into space, you want to test the engine to make sure it’s going to get where you’re sending it safely.By WHRO
Our AV Round Table pundits answer a provocative question - "When was the first time you knew you were Black?" It's a question that goes to the heart of how African Americans perceive themselves and others in terms of race and racism. Plus, analysis of the results of Virginia's Democratic primary and a look ahead to the general election.…
Taking to the sky is what NASA does best and NASA’s technology portfolio includes design improvements for the next wave of unmanned aerial vehicles.By WHRO
Now that the Commercial Crew Program has begun flying crews of four on U.S. commercial spacecraft, the full crew of the International Space Station has expanded to seven people.By WHRO
NASA is preparing for an active 2021 hurricane season as NOAA predicts an above average number of named storms.By WHRO
On his solo album "Jump For Joy" he takes a truly solo approach and records all the instruments and vocals himself. It's quite a tour de force.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
A new toilet makes the essential task of going to the bathroom in space a bit more comfortable.By WHRO
The Zero Gravity seat has a unique shape that provides support to the whole vertebral column, reducing loads on all parts of the body and decreasing fatigue.By WHRO
An African American university president and classical cellist shares his story of navigating race and the cultural divide as a leader in academia and the arts. As one reviewer put it, "As a child musician, he met with Coretta Scott King. As an adult educator, he sat at Maya Angelou's holiday table. But it is his success as a Black intellectual nav…
The final piece of NASA’s Space Launch System has arrived in Florida.By WHRO
Jezero Crater is a 28-mile-wide rugged expanse filled with potential hazards... large rock fields, dunes, hills, and the walls of the crater itself.By WHRO
They celebrate twenty years as a band with the release of their seventh album, “You Hear Georgia.” Their reverence for their home state is what make this one of their best albums yet.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
The NASA Selfies app lets you generate snapshots of yourself in front of some of NASA’s most captivating space images.By WHRO
When NASA’s Mars Helicopter took to the skies on its third flight, Perseverance was there to capture the historic moment.By WHRO
Weather conditions, such as rain, snow, slush, or ice, affect braking friction on runway surfaces.By WHRO
For 25 years NPR/WHRV listeners have turned to her for civil and insightful conversation about issues that matter, especially in Hampton Roads. HearSay with Cathy Lewis was the place to go for the facts and to hear the thoughts of your friends and neighbors. Cathy Lewis is the queen of daytime radio talk. Cathy sits on the "other side" of the mic a…
To land astronauts on Mars, NASA is working on an inflatable heat shield that would take up less space in a rocket than a rigid heat shield.By WHRO
It's our last show. We've been together through elections, wars, impeachments and acandals, hurricanes, historic firsts, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the insurrection at the Capitol. We've also talked about gardening, pets, families, and Game of Thrones. We hope you know we couldn't have done it without you.…
While other NASA sensors can be used to monitor a vessel’s structural health, this sensor is a natural fit for monitoring engine rooms on ships at sea.By WHRO
We discuss how the pandemic has changed us. Then, we learn about new ways to have an adventure that starts here in Eastern Virginia.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
As melted ice crystals refreeze, ice accumulates inside an airplane’s engine core.By WHRO
The Americana trio has transformed themselves for their third album inspired by the pandemic, “Shame and Sedition.”By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
We look ahead to this season of politics with Dr. Quentin Kidd from Christopher Newport University. We also discuss the survival of a Norfolk entertainment landmark. Finally, we talk about how you can prepare for the storms to come in 2021.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
Mount Tambora ejected so much ash and so many aerosols into the atmosphere that the sky darkened and the Sun was blocked from view.By WHRO
TESS has observed the outburst of a comet, several exploding stars, and watched as a black hole in a distant galaxy shredded a Sun-like star.By WHRO
What would make a 38-year-old female African American comedienne and a 70+-year-old White venture capitalist become the best of friends? How do they navigate through the hard conversations around race, equity and inclusion? What do they share in common and what do they learn from one another? We take a "Coffee Break" with AV pundit Allison Moore an…
Swarms of CubeSats could work together to give us a big picture understanding of the places we dream about exploring.By WHRO
Cathy discusses how the new military budget priorities will affect Hampton Roads. Then, we talk to Hampton Mayor Donnie Tuck about his efforts to curb gun violence among young people. Finally, we explore a local movie project.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
While the science underway on station keeps improving our future, its unique truss structure ensures that the thousands of research investigations can actually be done.By WHRO
We unpack the new CDC guidelines on what fully vaccinated people can do and how it affects businesses. If you're a business owner or employer, will you be requiring proof of vaccination for your employees or patrons?By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
The Space Crop Production Lab at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center is a web of research labs equipped with plant growth chambers of all sizes designed to simulate conditions on the International Space Station.By WHRO
Her sixth album “Daddy’s Home” draws it’s inspiration from her father who spent years in jail but it was his record collection that’s responsible for the unabashed retro soundBy 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
We talk to health officials about combating vaccine hesitancy in the state. Then we discuss how the recent panic buying situation with gasoline could teach us a few lessons about social resiliency. And finally, we talk to a local history teacher and author about his new book.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
NASA is developing technologies to build structures on planetary surfaces using in-situ resources.By WHRO
NASA is looking for creative solutions to menu boredom for astronauts on long duration missions.By WHRO
She's the White House correspondent for the PBS News Hour; the newly named moderator of Washington Week, named 2020 Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and our very special guest on Another View. Yamiche Alcindor joins us with a "sneak peek" of her keynote address to members of WHRO Public Media's Hunter B…
A Moon rock has a place of honor in the Oval Office of the White House, on loan to the current administration.By WHRO
The deadline to file your tax returns approaches. We talk about how to meet this challenge at a unique time. We also discuss the results of the GOP Convention and the fight for local journalism.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock is a navigation shift that would allow us to more efficiently and precisely track spacecraft in flight.By WHRO
What does social mobility include, and how can the community build institutions that encourage it? We discuss these issues, and how social mobility has been impacted by the economic downturn. We also discuss what "hustle culture" is and then talk about the community of vet entrepreneurs in Hampton Roads, and how they have met the challenge of COVID…
It will be the first long-term orbiting outpost around the Moon.By WHRO
“Life By Misadventure” is the follow up to his immensely successful debut and he does it with a more subdued vocal approach.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
We discuss the issues surrounding children and COVID-19 vaccines. Then, we unpack the results of the GOP nominating conventions and look ahead to the Democratic primaries and the general election season.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA