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"Coy Barefoot" is a weekly news and ideas program recorded in Charlottesville, Virginia, focusing on the latest news, newsmakers, issues and ideas in Central Virginia and beyond. Host and Executive Producer Coy Barefoot is an award-winning, radio and TV journalist, best-selling author, and teaches at the University of Virginia. The program is a project of the new Center for Media and Citizenship at the University,

 Thursday nights at 9:00 p.m. beginning February 4th

***Schedule Updates***

Thursday, February 11th at 8:30 p.m.

Thursday, March 3rd at 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 10th at 8:00 p.m.


On This Week's Episode - February 11th (Guest - Charlottesville Police Chief Tim Longo)

Award-winning journalist Coy Barefoot has an exclusive, extended conversation with out-going

Charlottesville Chief of Police Tim Longo. Longo speaks candidly about his experience behind-the-scenes

during the search for missing UVA student Hannah Graham; about leading the investigation into the

search for truth following the publication of a now infamous story on rape at UVA in the pages of

Rolling Stone; and the violent of arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson by Virginia ABC Agents.

Longo also explores the protests regarding allegations of police brutality and misconduct, making

headlines across the nation. He shares his personal and professional views about the future of policing

in America.



Previous Episodes:

February 4th (Guest - Terry McAuliffe):

Award-winning journalist Coy Barefoot has an exclusive, extended conversation with the Governor of

the Commonwealth of Virginia,Terry McAuliffe. Topics include the Governor’s 2016 proposals to improve public

education in Virginia, his proposed changes to the state’s juvenile justice system, gun regulations and the impact

of NRA lobbying in the Virginia legislature, the latest on economic development and jobs, the future of the

Port of Virginia, the Governor’s recent visit to Cuba, the place of the University of Virginia in the 21st century,

and much more— including a candid conversation about corruption in our politics and why elections matter.