Another View Radio Show Another View is a weekly, magazine-type broadcast with studio interviews and stories produced in the field, covering a variety of topics, including serious discussion of significant issues facing the community, and a field produced segment of something positive in the community, produced and hosted by veteran journalist/broadcaster Barbara Hamm Lee. She is the executive producer and host of Another View, and also serves as back-up host for HearSay, the award winning noon talk show heard on 89.5WHRV-FM.
Another View Radio Show

Another View Radio Show

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Another View is a weekly, magazine-type broadcast with studio interviews and stories produced in the field, covering a variety of topics, including serious discussion of significant issues facing the community, and a field produced segment of something positive in the community, produced and hosted by veteran journalist/broadcaster Barbara Hamm Lee. She is the executive producer and host of Another View, and also serves as back-up host for HearSay, the award winning noon talk show heard on 89.5WHRV-FM.More from Another View Radio Show »

Most Recent Episodes

Meet Author Candy Hayes...

How do you go on with life after the death of your infant son? Author Candy Hayes turned her sorrow to joy by creating Daniel's Blessings, a non-profit dedicated to ensuring the educational needs of children, particularly in Haiti! On the next Another View we'll talk with Candy about her work and hear inspiring stories of children she has helped succeed despite overwhelming obstables. We'll also hear some of her poetry from her new book, "The Road in the River".

AV Round Table: Protests

It seems today everyone is protesting, Black Lives Matter, white supremacists, football players, and even Vice President Mike Pence. And now according to news reports, the FBI apparently has identified a new protest source, Black Identity Extremists - they supposedly protest police brutality against African Americans and thus cause retaliatory lethal violence against law enforcement. On the next Another View, our Round Table pundits take on the issue of protest - is it still an effective tool to create change? Join Roger Chesley, Columnist for the Virginian-Pilot; NSU Political Science Professor Carol Pretlow; Community Activist Bill Thomas and Poet Laureate Tim Seibles for intelligent, insightful conversation on Another View.

The Concept of "Passing"...

It's a phenomenon unique to communities of color - those with very light skin "passing" for white, particularly for African Americans, during the Jim Crow era. On the next Another View we'll talk with Donna Drew Sawyer, author of Provenance: A Novel, about what happens in the life of a fictional character who passes for white; and historian Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander who shares the history of this practice.

Spare The Kids...

"Spare the rod, spoil the child"...the adage used by more than 70% of parents who believe in spanking as a form of discipline for children. Black parents have a particular attachment to it, argues author Stacey Patton, because they believe that by spanking they will protect their children from street violence, the police and prison. Patton asks African American parents to consider how whupping their kids reflects and reinforces racist ideology that black kids are inherently inferior and less civilzed and need violence in order to be controlled. She begs parents to Spare the Kids!

AV on Health: Opioid Addiction in the African American Community

According to the Virginia Department of Health, the number of women using heroin had doubled in the past ten years, along with 18-25 year olds and Caucasians. In fact, heroin addition is now considered a health issue and not necessarily a criminal one. But what about addiction in the African American community? Are the numbers the same? Is the treatment the same? Now that it's a health issue, will more addicts of color get the help they need? On the next Another View on Health we'll talk with Tony Crisp, Director of Addiction and Recovery Treatment Services with the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board; and we'll meet an opioid addict currently receiving treatment. Join Barbara Hamm Lee and co-host, cardiologist Dr. Keith Newby for the next Another View, Friday at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

AV on Health: Opioid Addiction in the African American Community

Monica Morton, Private Investigator

By her own admission, she's a" plus-sized woman with a nose for nonsense!" - she is Monica Morton, Private Detective! Monica owns a private detective agency, and for the past 17 years has provided services to corporate, private, entertainment and professional athletes. On the next Another View, Monica shares the six signs of infidelity and what you can do if you find your spouse or significant other cheating. She is energetic, charismatic and you will love the stories she has to share! And, it's our Fall Membership Drive, so plan to make your pledge of support to keep Another View on the air.

AV Round Table: Stuff in our World

On the next Another View, our round table pundits discuss everything from DACA, to the Trump administration pulling back on the HBCU conference, to the President using race as a distraction to the implementation of executive orders more harmful to the Black community. Our panelists include Roger Chesley, Columnist, The Virginian-Pilot; Tim Seibles, Professor, Author and Poet; Bill Thomas, Community Activist; and Wil LaVeist, Journalist, Author and Talk Show Host. Intelligent conversation on the next Another View, Friday, September 8 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

Love Life!

What can a 70-something year old white male and a 40-something year old African American female tell you about your love life? On the next Another View meet Doug Weiss, author of "Life, Love and Internet Dating", and relationship expert Alvean Lyons, who are now the hosts of "Love Life" a podcast designed to help you "love life" so you can enjoy your "lovelife!".

Internet Diagnosis: The Good, Bad and Ugly

On line medical tests promise a time-saving, cost effective diagnosis. According to the ads, they can detect everything from heart disease to cancer. But how accurate are the tests and what's the next step if you take the on-line route? We'll tackle the good, the bad and the ugly of an internet diagnosis this week on Another View with AV on Health Co-Host, Cardiologist Dr. Keith Newby, and special guests: Dr. Khadijah Jordan, Obstetrician/Gynecologist and Dr.Kristina Ramsey, Optometrist. Join us on the next Another View, Friday August 25th at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

Internet Diagnosis: The Good, Bad and Ugly

Understanding Hate in 2017

The violence in Charlottesville over the weekend shocked the consciousness of the nation. The rallying cry - denounce hatred! But why are Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists and White Nationalists still functioning in this country in 2017? Why are hate groups rearing their ugly heads at this time and why as a society have we been unable to stop them? Tough questions that we will tackle on the next Another View with Professor Angela A. Allen-Bell, B.K. Agnihotri Endowed Professor at Southern University Law Center, and Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander, Professor of History and Director of the Joseph Jenkins Roberts Center for the Study of the African Diaspora at Norfolk State University. Join us for another view of hate in America on the next Another View, Friday, August 18 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

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