Bob Workmon

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5:00 am
Fri August 22, 2014

Friday Feedback for August 22, 2014

Ivanhoe Blvd somewhere

J & M in Ivanhoe, NC wrote:

I love, love, love everything about your programming!  Home, car, wherever, WHQR is the station we tune our radio to. Sure there are some programs we don't care for but we have the option to change the channel because we know there are other WHQR listeners who might enjoy what we don't and we wouldn't think of asking you to change just for us. Keep up the great work!

Dr. L. J. wrote:

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Midday Interview -6/27/14
5:07 pm
Fri June 27, 2014

Midday Interview: Cindy Sellers on Sea Note Choral Society's 2014 Patriotic Concert

Studio 1 at WHQR
Staff

Cindy Sellers, Director of the Sea Notes Choral Society joined WHQR's Bob Workmon to speak about an upcoming patriotic concert: "To Those Who Serve." Listen to the interview and get all of the good details on the performances from Sellers, who was the series' first director forty years ago. 

Saturday, June 28th at 7:30pm
Sunday, June 29th at 3:00pm

Odell Williamson Auditorium
Brunswick Community College, 
Hwy 17 - Bolivia, NC

More information is online at Sea-Notes.com

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Music
5:36 pm
Fri October 28, 2011

Tonight's Smooth Landing

Bob Workmon is running through his Smooth Landings checklist: Jane Siberry, k.d. lang, Spandau Ballet (yes!), Ana Laan, Rhett Miller...check and double check. We go live at 6:30 this evening, leading off with a nod to Clair Hartman's new exhibit in WHQR's M.C. Erny Gallery, Faithful: A Series of Dog Paintings.

Inside WHQR
10:50 am
Fri October 28, 2011

Formula 1

Looking toward next week's Cinematique showing of Senna at Thalian Hall, I'm taken back to the craziness of my teenage fascination with driving fast in fast machines. But unlike other Southern  boys I was enthralled by sports cars and European Formula One racing rather than dragsters and stock cars. My heroes were Jim Clark, Graham Hill, Emerson Fittipaldi, and Jackie Stewart. My first car was a 1957 Triumph TR-3 that I found under a tarp in a neighbor's garage.  Over the years, my admiration for the athleticism, intuition and intelligence of the great drivers has never waned.

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