Jeff Wadlow Mar26

Jeff Wadlow

Coy talks with filmmaker Jeff Wadlow about his upcoming wide-release feature, Truth or Dare.

Jack Hamilton

Straight Outta Compton, NWA, and the historic context of rap music in the story of American music and art.

Jack Hamilton Mar24

Jack Hamilton

UVA’s Jack Hamilton explores the recent landmark court decision regarding “Blurred Lines” — what this means for the future of creative freedom.

Clive Thompson Jan20

Clive Thompson

Technology writer and celebrated author Clive Thompson joins Coy to explore the world of new media, Net Neutrality, McLuhan’s “rear view mirror” and much more.

Justin Martin

Long before the hippies, there was Walt Whitman and the gang at Pfaff’s Saloon in NYC.

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.

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.

Dave Frey

Dave joins Coy to discuss this year’s Second Annual Lock’n Music Festival in Nelson County and the Virginia ABC’s refusal to grant the event a beer license.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

August 10, 2014 guests include Courteney Stuart, Editor-in-Chief of the Cville Weekly, with the latest on the Virginia ABC’s crack-down on the Lock’n Musical Festival; plus Charlottesville attorney Lloyd Snook updates viewers on the Governor Bob McDonnell corruption trial. Barefoot Excursions visits “Mad Bowl” at the University of Virginia.

Fun Fridays!

The August 8, 2014 edition of Fun Fridays with Hawes includes the destruction of a weather balloon tomato, the new James Brown biopic, reasonably articulate movie dialogue, Ebola, a cooking dilemma, smoking on airplanes, getting stoned in the White House, Carnal Knowledge, and Hawes sings Virginia’s classic jingle “Right Turn on Red After Stop” — plus Holstein cows!

Michael Schudson

Noted scholar Michael Schudson joins Coy for an extended conversation about citizenship, democracy, journalism and media in American life.

ABC Hammers Lockn’

The Virginia ABC has hammered the Nelson County Lockn’ Festival with its harshest possible penalty — and for what?!

Donovan Webster

Coy talks to best-selling and award-winning author, journalist, filmmaker and humanitarian Donovan Webster.

Claytopia! Jun17


A Lighthouse Studio project produced during the summer 2014 Introduction to Animation camp.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot Jun01

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

June 1, 2014 guests include City Councilor Dede Smith exploring the future of the Charlottesville City Market; UVA Professor Scott Deveaux discusses his book on the history of Jazz; and Barefoot Excursions visits the UVA Rotunda.

The Conversation and Big Data

UVA’s Siva Vaidhyanathan on everything from Big Data to Gene Hackman to Alfred Hitchcock. Don’t miss this “conversation.”

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

April 6, 2014 guests include Albemarle County Sheriff Chip Harding discuss a proposed Justice Commission for Virginia. Coy shares some Thomas Jefferson writings, visits UVA, and looks at “The Stay Cafe” from Lighthouse and Live Arts.

Bill Ayers Feb17

Bill Ayers

Retired professor of education, and a founder of the Weather Underground, Bil Ayers joins Coy Barefoot on Inside Charlottesville.

Beatles 50th

Rutherford Institute’s John Whitehead remembers the Beatles first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, on February 9, 1964.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

October 13, 2013 guests included Charlottesville City Council candidate Mike Farruggio; Director of the Virginia Film Festival Jody Kielbasa; and sports legend Gene Corrigan.