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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.

Latest Episodes

January 16, 2021

On this program from several years ago, the late Dr. James Bryan, Beloved physician, medical school faculty member, mentor to other doctors, a N&O “Tar Heel of the Week” and a founder and long time advocate for Hospice in North Carolina about his retirement activities including his efforts to raise funds for a new UNC Hospice facility to serve Orange and Chatham Counties. shares some of his memories, his plans for retirement, his thoughts for staying healthy, and his enthusiasm for raising funds for the construction of construction of a new and much needed UNC Hospice Inpatient Facility.

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December 26, 2020

Larry Miller, one of the greatest of the great Tar Heel basketball players of all time, and author with Stephen Demorest of “Larry Miller Time: The Story of the Lost Legend Who Sparked the Tar Heel Dynasty,” about how he got to Chapel Hill, his times playing for Coach Smith, and what happened afterward. Art Chansky and Stephen Demorest join the conversation.

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December 5, 2020

Larry Miller, one of the greatest of the great Tar Heel basketball players of all time, and author with Stephen Demorest of “Larry Miller Time: The Story of the Lost Legend Who Sparked the Tar Heel Dynasty,” about how he got to Chapel Hill, his times playing for Coach Smith, and what happened afterward. Art Chansky and Stephen Demorest join the conversation.

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November 21, 2020

North Carolina governor and UNC president during the Civil War, David Swain, is the subject of a biography being written by Chapel Hill’s Willis Whichard. Whichard brings a lifetime of public service and experience to the task. He is the only person in the history of North Carolina who has served in both houses of the state legislature and on both of the state’s appellate courts. He will tell us about Swain’s service during the university’s most trying times.

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