For years, UNC-Wilmington was known for its marine biology department. Now the school is looking to build its reputation in a very different field - the arts. WHQR's Megan Williams has a look at the school's evolving theatre program.
The 18-minute extended interview with Bob Edwards.
By Megan V. Williams
January 6, 2005 – Bob Edwards filled the host's chair at NPR's "Morning Edition" for nearly 25 years. His new show, "Bob Edwards Weekend," which draws material from his daily XM satellite radio program, airs from 2 to 4pm Sundays on WHQR.
Wilmington, NC – The Reverend E.B. Turner spent more than 40 years in the Robeson County political arena. Now retired, Turner talks with WHQR's Catherine Welch about creating racial harmony during the integration of Robeson County schools and working within the political system to bring better housing conditions for Lumberton's black residents.
Local hip hop promoter Louis T has spent the past eight years in Wilmington's hip hop scene, bringing in big acts, and working to connect rappers with producers. WHQR's Megan Williams spoke Louis T on the eve of his fourth Beat Battle.