On this edition of This Week In Richmond, host David Bailey talks with House Delegates Richard C. “Rip” Sullivan, Jr. (D–48th House District. Fairfax), Jennifer Carroll Foy (D–2nd House District, Prince William), Marcus Simon (D–53rd House District, Fairfax), Elizabeth Guzman (D–31st House District, Prince William), and Lee Carter (D–50th House District, Manassas) to talk about issues they have been working on during this legislative session.
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Join us for tea and conversation with royal biographer and New York Times Best-Selling author Sally Bedell Smith. Guests will enjoy full tea service in the British “Elevenses” tradition in the beautiful setting of the historic Jefferson Hotel.
On this episode of This Week in Richmond Host David Bailey sits down with Delegate R. Steven “Steve” Landes (District 25) and Delegate Richard “Dickie” P. Bell (District 20).
The National Endowment For The Arts and the Poetry Foundation Present: Poetry Out Loud
Poetry Out Loud 2018 Virginia Finals
Competitors from across the Commonwealth will convened at the studios of WCVE PBS Richmond to compete for the title of state champion and represent Virginia at the national competition in May 2018. WCVE PBS recorded this Virginia contest, formatted in game-show style, for broadcast in April on statewide public television.
On this episode of This Week in Richmond host David Bailey sets down with special guests, Delegate Dancia Roem (District 13), Delegate John Bell (District 87), Delegate Bob Thomas (District 28) and Senator Scott Surrovell (District 36) to discuss a variety of topics.
In this final episode of Season 2 the Queen is presented with the most uncomfortable of gifts in the form of an orphaned princess that had been kept as a slave in the court of King Ghezo, whose army had killed the young girl’s family.
On this episode of This Week in Richmond host David Bailey sets down with special guests, Virginia Commonwealth University Professors Karen McIntyre and Jeff South and VCU Capital News Service Students, Jessica Wetzler, Logan Bogert and Alexandra Sosik.
In a move that doubles its capacity to deliver news, public affairs programming and classical, jazz music and other cultural programs to listeners throughout Central Virginia, Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corporation (CPBC), the nonprofit organization that broadcasts national and local public radio and television programs in the region, agreed to purchase from Alpha Media two additional FM radio stations, WBBT (107.3 FM) and WWLB (93.1 FM).