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Face to Face – The Writer’s Voice – What’s Your Story?

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Dr. Patricia Slattum
Age related challenges with alcohol, prescription medication and over the counter drugs are the topics for discussion as Paula Otto talks with Dr. Patricia Slattum, Associate Professor & Geriatric Pharmacotherapy Program Director. November 2011, about 30 minutes.

Lift Caregiving
Lift Caregiving is an online resource dedicated to connecting caregivers with practical products, trusted services and helpful advice. Lou Dean talks with Katie Gilstrap about the resources and services that are available in the community, and how Lift Caregiving helps you locate them. About 17 minutes, October 2011.

The Writer’s Voice

In April, David L. Robbins’ first play, “Scorched Earth,” opens at Barksdale Theatre, Willow Lawn. David talks with Patty Campbell about this new writing venture, his expectations for the play and his interest in screenplay writing.

In town for Henrico County Public Library’s event, All Henrico Reads, David Baldacci stops by Virginia Voice for a talk with Lou Dean and to read from his own work. April 2011, approximately 30 minutes.

What’s Your Story?

Estelle Blostein remembers the Great Depression, World War II and — most of all — the love story that was her 62-year marriage to Ted Blostein, a boy she had known for as long as she could remember. They met as infants when her mother and Ted’s mother used to push their baby strollers together through the park. What’s her secret to such a long and loving marriage? Find out on “What’s Your Story?” with Don Dale on the Virginia Voice.

Alan Sader is a veteran Richmond actor and commercial talent who recently won the Best Actor award given by the Richmond Critics’ Circle for his portrayal of the title character in Shakespeare’s “King Lear.” Times-Dispatch theater critic Susan Haubenstock said “Sader has the passion, the gravitas and, above all, the voice to embody the prideful king who destroys his family and his kingdom.” Many Richmonders know Sader as the television spokesman for Christian Children’s Fund and ChildFund International.

Don Dale talks with Waite Rawls, President and CEO of the Museum of the Confederacy. Broadcast date, July 24, 2011