January 24, 2008
Vicky Jarrett, editor of Our State Magazine http://www.ourstate.com, and the magazine’s writers take Ron Stutts and D.G. Martin across North Carolina. Amy Jo Wood’s Tribute to Billy Arthur; Kathy Westbrook on Carrboro; Janet Pittard on the museums of Raleigh, and an open discussion of the 75 Things Every North Carolinian should do.
January 22, 2008
Part 2. Moreton Neal and D.G. with Jean Anderson
January 21, 2008
Part 1. Moreton Neal and D.G. with Chapel Hill’s Jean Anderson, world famous food writer and author of A Love Affair with Southern Cooking. www.jeanandersoncooks.com
January 17, 2008
Gary Pearce and Carter Wrenn, noted North Carolina political consultants, about the Jim Hunt and Jesse Helms political organizations, the current political situation in North Carolina, and their political blog. http://www.talkingaboutpolitics.com/
January 15, 2008
William Link on his new book, “Righteous Warrior: Jesse Helms and the Rise of Modern Conservatism.” See
http://williamalink.com/warrior/ for more information and a sample chapter.
January 14, 2008
Chapel Hill filmmaker John Wilson on his new production, “Senator No: Jesse Helms.” http://www.unctv.org/senatorno
January 10, 2008
Charles Frazier and Myrtle Driver. (Part 2)
January 8, 2008
Charles Frazier, the author of Cold Mountain and 13 Moons, and Myrtle Driver, who has translated a large section of 13 Moons into Cherokee interviewed by D.G. Martin at an event sponsored by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Library (Part 1)
January 7, 2008
Blair Tindall , Chapel Hill native and author of “Mozart in the Jungle: Sex, Drugs, and Classical Music,” about her book, the place of classical music in modern culture, and her experiences as an acclaimed oboist, the ones that she writes about in her book.
December 28, 2007
Vicky Jarrett, editor of Our State Magazine http://www.ourstate.com, and the magazine’s writers take Ron Stutts and D.G. Martin across North Carolina. Dr. Nido Qubein, president of High Point University, tells the story of his first year in America at Mt Olive College.Bob Garner on how for 70 years, K&W Cafeteria has served up fresh, affordable food — without sacrificing quality. Janet Pittard tells about Sam Ragan’s first newspaper assignment and how an impressive career as journalist and columnist — as well as 56 years of marriage — began with a story about two Candor bank robbers. She also tells about the famed Dr. Mary Martin Sloop and her first surgery in Avery County. Jay Ahuja tells about Michael Jordan’s First season at UNC. His fame and renown as a basketball star is legendary, but his days as a college freshman were filled with practice and hard work.