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    Gov. Bob McDonnell

    Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has big plans for the state.


    John Kent Cooke

    An interview with John Kent Cooke, former owner and president of the Washington Redskins.  He is now owner and vintner of Boxwood Winery based in Middleburg, Virginia.


    Arthur Arundel

    Arundel is a philanthropist and horseman who gave life to Northern Virginia steeple chasing.


    John “Til” Hazel

    John “Til” Hazel is an attorney and real estate developer who had a hand in developing several commercial corridors in the Northern Virginia area.


    John W. Warner

    Former U.S. Senator John W. Warner - a longtime Virginia leader - discusses his life, his work and his view of issues affecting Virginia, the nation and the world. The interview takes place in April 2010 at Warner’s home in Alexandria.


    Robert Simon

    Interview with the real estate developer most known for founding the community of Reston, Virginia.


    Russell Baker

    Interview with famous NY Times columnist, author, humorist, political satirist and best-selling author born in Loudoun County.

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