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.
Get serious stomach butterflies... sweaty palms... and a sense of impending doom at even the thought of speaking in front of a group?
The official medical term is glossophobia, but most of us know it as, "fear of public speaking."
We may be able to help.
Why do you think Tuesday’s elections went the way they did? What happens now?
For two years, a group of Virginia researchers worked to answer two key questions:
Democrats probably cheered when a recent Washington Post poll revealed their guy opening up a bigger-than-ever lead in the Governor’s race.
A few days later, a new Quinnipiac poll showed the Republican closing back in.
Maybe you don’t fish or spend much time out in nature. If so, what could efforts to improve the health of Shenandoah Valley streams and waterways have to do with you?
What do you want for your kids? You will be choosing a new governor soon... how will that decision affect the commonwealth's youngest citizens?
Were you aware that the fella who’s been bringing blues music to WMRA for almost 30 years... has also been a professional photographer for even longer?
Two new studies have a lot to say about the American family.
It has been almost 80 years since close to 500 Virginia families were forced from their homes so the Shenandoah National Park could be created.
Paul Bogard thinks you don't have enough darkness in your life.