VCU InSight for Nov. 6, 2015

November 6, 2015

What Richmond’s number one ranking for asthma problems means for local schools; a preview of the upcoming VCU men’s basketball season under new head coach Will Wade; a VCU program working to help jail inmates; how a local hip-hop artist is using music to help area teens; emmy-nominated outfits on display from the hit PBS series “Downton Abbey;” local groups voluntarily lock themselves up in “Escape Room RVA;” and what happens when you get shelter dogs into the pool for some exercise (hint: it’s adorable). In-studio interviews with new VCU women’s basketball coach Beth O’Boyle about her arrival and the upcoming season; and VCU MFA student John-Michael Bloomquist and his “Poetry for Trash” program.