Tom Graham is Senior Producer and Host of WMRA's Virginia Insight.
Prior to joining WMRA in 2005, Tom served as a radio news director in North Carolina, Tennessee and California. Tom has also worked in television as a news anchor, reporter, and talk show host.
This program was rebroadcast Monday, March 5th.
Two friends who are both constitutional scholars told us they are ready to debate each other on the status of the war on drugs.
Congress recently heard about the work of two Virginia economists looking into the economic, social, and emotional costs of unemployment.
What does the health of a small fish have to do with you?
Try to get in to see a doctor lately... How long did it take?
How does your mind work?
Before Twitter, before Facebook, before Blogging... there was this thing called a newspaper, and a lively public forum titled Letters to the Editor.
When Virginia's House of Delegates begins a new season of lawmaking next month, only 32 members will be calling themselves Democrats... the lowest number in modern times.
After almost 50 years of feminism, how often do working women today have to worry about being judged by the their bodies instead of their minds?
Katie Letcher Lyle says that for the first 50 years of her life she thought, "all that stuff was just so much worthless hoo-hah." Then something happened.
What would you most like to know about America's civil war?
What do you think you already know?
Willing to be surprised?