Flying Squirrels broadcaster Jon Laaser, Wes McElroy and Jay Burnham talk about the Squirrels’ recent surge towards the top of the Eastern standings. Richmond Flying Squirrels catcher, Jackson Williams was on set discussing the catcher/pitcher communication with anchor Jon Laaser. See how Williams, with glove and face guard, demonstrated techniques addressing pesky foul pop flys on the FSI Field.
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Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and 88.9 WCVE producer Steve Clark note that late spring and summer is the peak of Lyme disease season.
For more information on Lyme disease and its prevention, please visit here.
Benise is “Benissimo!” in this ‘Best Of’ television special, a 10-year mosaic collection of the American guitarist’s favorite songs. From his humble beginnings as a street musician to performing around the world, Benise, known for his “nouveau Spanish flamenco” style, takes viewers on an international journey of musical genres including salsa, flamenco, tango, waltz, samba and more.
Watch Benise: Strings of Passion June 3 at 10:00 p.m. on WCVE PBS/WHTJ PBS. Check listings for additional air-times.
Country pop legends unite to perform their biggest and best-loved hit recordings from the 1950s, 60s and 70s in this My Music special. County music legend Roy Clark hosts this emotional trip down three decades of memory lane. Performances from Glen Campbell, Crystal Gayle, Hank Locklin, Bill Anderson, BJ Thomas, the Bellamy Brothers, the Browns and more are intermixed with classic full-length vintage archival gems from the vaults.
NOVA presents an intimate portrait of Neil Armstrong, the first person to set foot on the moon, through interviews with Armstrong’s family and friends. The film reveals his achievements as a Navy combat veteran and pioneer of high-speed flight.
Watch NOVA: First Man on the Moon May 27 at 9:00 p.m. on WCVE PBS/WHTJ PBS. Check listings for additional air-times.
Host Amy Williams interviews Cheri Zavada from Native Earth Landscaping about a Plant Share Program and caring for a legacy landscape. Co-host Peggy Singlemann goes to the East End of Henrico to talk about the Fairfield Middle School Community Garden with Amanda Hall and Toby Vernon of the Community Food Collaborative.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss two of Steve’s springtime jewel beetle finds, the red bud borer, Ptosima gibbicollis, and an as-of-yet-to-be identified species of Chrysobothris.
The format for this debate on donor disclosure in the non-profit arena is comprised of three basic segments. The first segment features opening statements by the two panelists. The second segment consists of questions posed by the moderator and from the in-studio audience. The final segment concludes the debate with each panelist giving their closing statements.
Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy Presents: When Should Non-Profits Have to Disclose their Donors? originally aired on WCVE PBS / WHTJ PBS on May 21, 2015.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark talk about the Makech, an ironclad beetle (Zopherus chilensis) that is adorned and worn as a living brooch.
Read a Smithsonian article about the Makech here.
Flying Squirrels broadcaster Jon Laaser, Wes McElroy and Jay Burnham review the Squirrels’ recent winning ways. Myles Schroder, a.k.a. “Super Utility Man” joins Jon on the FSI field to discuss the many gloves and equipment used for outfield, middle field/second base, first base, third base, and for catching. Enjoy the musical debut of “Biagini In A Bottle” by Phil McCormick and the Baby Squirrels.