Andrew Burstein

Best-selling and award-winning author and historian Andrew Burstein joins Coy to discuss his forthcoming new book about Thomas Jefferson, “Democracy’s Muse.”

Brad Sheffield

Albemarle County Supervisor Brad Sheffield has the latest on plans for the future of Route 29 in the Charlottesville area.

ACLU’s Claire Gastanaga

In the wake of the abduction and murder of Hannah Graham, the city of Charlottesville is considering installing a new police-monitored system of surveillance cameras throughout downtown. The ACLU’s Claire Gastanaga weighs in on the proposal.

UVA Alum Lisa Richey

Lisa Richey is leading an effort among UVA alumni to create a fund that will provide legal guidance and representation to students who’ve been victims of sexual assault.

Susan Russell

Susan Russell’s daughter was raped while she was a student at the University of Virginia. This is her story about fighting for change and justice.

Coy & Courteney

Courteney Stuart of the Cville Weekly joins Coy for an extended conversation about the latest information in the double homicide on Rugby Avenue — plus the most recent twists and turns in the Rolling Stone article and UVA.

UVA “Sex Scandal” April 1954

It has been alleged that no student at UVA has ever been expelled for sexual assault. The Cville Weekly’s Graelyn Bashear reports otherwise, in this fascinating conversation about an incident at the University in April 1954.

UVA Student Speaks Out

Joanne (not her real name) is a current student at the University of Virginia. She was raped her first year by a fellow student, a young man she’d only recently met. She opted to go through the administrative review process and take her allegations to the Sexual Misconduct Board. She courageously shares her story about what happened.

Professor Andrea Press

Andrea Press, Professor of Sociology and Media Studies at the University of Virginia, speaks out about the allegations of “rape culture” at UVA.

Bob Roberts

Professor Bob Roberts reacts to the Rolling Stone article about “rape culture” at the University of Virginia.

Caitlin Mahoney

Caitlin Mahoney was sexually assaulted while a student at the University of Virginia in 2005. She speaks candidly about her experience and explains the changes she believes should be made to better handle these cases.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

UVA Professor of Art History Maurie McInnis joins Coy to consider the work of abolitionist art in fighting American slavery; plus Albemarle County Sheriff Chip Harding calls for an expansion of the collection of DNA from convicted criminals in Virginia.

SARA of Cville

SARA’s Becky Weybright reacts to the recent Rolling Stone article about rape at the University of Virginia.

Coy & Courteney

Coy Barefoot and Courteney Stuart discuss the news that there is now forensic evidence that Hannah Graham died as a result of “homicidal violence.”

Hannah Update

Coy Barefoot has the very latest news in the Hannah Graham case and the charges against Jesse Matthew in Fairfax.

Route 29 Update

Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Brad Sheffield and Diantha McKeel explore the latest in the on-going improvements to Route 29 in the Charlottesville area.

Sheriff Chip Harding on DNA in Virginia

Should Virginia expand its collection of DNA to include not just felony convictions but anyone convicted for a misdemeanor crime? Albemarle County Sheriff Chip Harding says absolutely, yes.

Maurie McInnis

Author of Professor of Art History Maurie McInnis of the University of Virginia discusses her book on the history of American slavery and the new exhibit at the Library of Virginia that it has inspired.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

November 9, 2014 guests include attorney Dave Heilberg and Clinical Psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Fracher discussing the latest on the Hannah Graham case.

Rick Sincere

Latest on the criminal charges facing the City Registrar and low-down on the upcoming elections.