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D.G.Martin is smart. He is a retired lawyer, Green Beret, athlete,and democratic politician. He can talk about anything and everything, and does he ever. Above all, D.G. is curious. Curious about his guest and curious to learn from them.

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February 25, 2017

D.G.Martin is smart. He is a retired lawyer, Green Beret, athlete,and democratic politician. He can talk about anything and everything, and does he ever. Above all, D.G. is curious. Curious about his guest and curious to learn from them. This weeks guest is Chapel Hill resident. Jim Sasser, is a former US Senator from Tennessee and former US Ambassador to China He will discuss the current political situations in the US and in China.

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February 25, 2017

D.G.Martin is smart. He is a retired lawyer, Green Beret, athlete,and democratic politician. He can talk about anything and everything, and does he ever. Above all, D.G. is curious. Curious about his guest and curious to learn from them.

Bryan Giemza, Director of the Southern Historical Collection, talks about the Collection, his work there, and how people in Chapel Hill can take advantage of this great resource of letters and millions of other records that preserve the history of our region.
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February 18, 2017

D.G.Martin is smart. He is a retired lawyer, Green Beret, athlete,and democratic politician. He can talk about anything and everything, and does he ever. Above all, D.G. is curious. Curious about his guest and curious to learn from them.
This weeks guest is Charles Blackwood.

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February 18, 2017

John Shelton Reed is a barbecue expert and scholar of southern culture and author of two books about barbecue–“Holy Smoke: The Big Book of North Carolina Barbecue” and a cookbook titled simply, “Barbecue”, talking about the books and barbecue, politics, and the culture of the South.

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