The public media industry has been rocked with revelations that certain men in powerful positions have engaged in intimidation, harassment, and violation of the personal rights of women. As a result, every investor, constituent, customer, and employee has the right to ask whether or not a particular organization is either openly or passively tolerant of sexual harassment.
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On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey is joined by Bernard Henderson and Rabbi Jack Moline, to discuss issues around diversity, equity and inclusion.
On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey is joined by Susan Clark Schaar, Clerk of The Senate of Virginia, to discuss issues around the Capitol Square, in particular the Virginia Women’s Monument, which breaks ground December 4, 2007.
It’s already been more than two years since Robbin Thompson left us. He’d been a pivotal part of the Richmond music scene as a singer, songwriter, producer, and legitimate rock star. But his legacy continues, thanks in part to the live recordings that live in the archives at In Your Ear Studios.
Sharing an evening with Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys is like hanging out at a very high level jam session among close and accomplished friends. This Michigan bred band now based in Nashville brings a warm and infectious attitude to their own brand of Americana.
When the 18th season of Virginia Home Grown begins in March 2018, viewers will be introduced to a new co-host, Pat McCafferty. Pat is a plant enthusiast and nature educator who believes in the healing powers of botanicals.
A native of Colorado, but a citizen of the world. Well traveled and adventurous Delta bluesman Corey Harris has made a career out of infusing the Delta blues with the music of West Africa, the Caribbean and New Orleans to make a significant statement that commands attention. In this edition of the program, we’ll share highlights of an intimate Studio A performance that spotlights his songs and the stories behind them.
Our special guests for this week’s program hail from both coasts and bring their own individual artistry and sensibilities to a seasoned trio led by Seattle’s Eli West, a gifted guitarist and songwriter who we first encountered in a brotherly vocal duo with fellow Northwesterner Cahalen Morrison. Those shoes would be filled on this March evening by mandolinist and professor at the Berklee College of Music, Joe K. Walsh who’s toured with Darol Anger, the Gibson Brothers and Joy Kills Sorrow.