I listen to WHQR at work, and usually I listen off the NPR website because it streams (as opposed to downloading the mp3 file). Within the last month, the WHQR stream from the NPR website is the WHQR classical station. In case this is a mistake, just wanted to let you guys know - otherwise, often, the mp3 file won't play consistently from the local website.
On the next CoastLine: Human trafficking is a problem in the Cape Fear Region. Why here and what can we do to combat the issue? Joining us for an in-studio discussion will be New Hanover County Sheriff Ed McMahon and Jessica Green from the Human Trafficking Rapid Response Team.
On the next CoastLine: Tune in Wednesday, February 25 at noon to continue the discussion of Black History Month. Joining us in-studio: Todd McFadden, Director of UNCW's Upperman African American Cultural Center and Jamir Jumoke, a community leader who overcame a series of obstacles to become the first college graduate in his family.
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On the next CoastLine: Since February is Black History Month, we'll be taking a closer look at how we handle this part of our history in the 21st century. For example, how do we handle it in the classroom? In current literature? We'll talk with the Director of UNCW's Upperman African American Cultural Center, Todd McFadden on Wednesday, February 18 at noon.
On the next Coastline: The Obama administration just approved a draft map that could open up the North Carolina coast to offshore drilling. How soon could oil and gas exploration begin? How would it affect our economy? Our environment? Can offshore drilling and wind coexist?