WHQR Commentaries

Time now for today's WHQR commentary. Here's Philip Gerard. 

Philip Gerard is the author of eleven documentary scripts, numerous short stories and essays, and ten books, including his new novel, The Art of Creative Research, released in February. He teaches in the Creative Writing Department at UNC Wilmington. 

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Annie Gray Johnston is a General Enthusiast and Free Lance Nut. 

 

  

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Commentator Gwenyfar Rohler loves the classics, reading, and managing an independent bookstore in Downtown Wilmington. 

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Commentator Shane Fernando is Director of the Humanities and Fine Arts Center art CFCC. He lives with his husband in Downtown Wilmington.

WHQR Commentaries don't necessarily reflect the views of WHQR Radio, its editorial staff, or its members.

"Principles should 'bend' very little; otherwise they are no longer principles. Our founders enshrined the principle of free expression first, because they knew it would always be under fire."

Peggy Porter is a long-time resident of New Hanover County, and a former teacher of U.S. History and Civics. 

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A close look at the lending log on a C.S. Lewis novel led Commentator Gwenyfar Rohler to a couple conclusions about the books and what they can really do for us. 

Commentator Gwenyfar Rohler loves the classics, reading, and managing an independent bookstore in Downtown Wilmington. 

You can hear more from Gwenyfar and our other commentators at our website: WHQR DOT O-R-G. Just click on "Commentary."

WHQR Commentaries don't necessarily reflect the views of WHQR Radio, its editorial staff, or its members.

How about laughing over lunch with these deceased wits? WHQR Commentator Nan Graham says, "Yes!" and, of course, will gladly pick up the check!

Nan Graham celebrates her twenty-first continuous year as a WHQR Commentator. She loves every minute of it.

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With Christmas Day behind us, and the New Year ahead, commentator Peggy Porter had two tales to sustain the holiday magic.


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Commentator Philip Gerard discusses what he believes is his most important role as a professor in the classroom.

Commentator Annie Gray Johnston seeks to answer the question, "what do you do?" Gray expands on the many hats she's worn throughout her life and reminds us that we are so much more than one title.

Commentator Gwenyfar Rohler reflects on the country's current state and makes allusions to our past through the exploration of our nation's use of internment camps. Rohler's exploration ranges from George Takei's Tweets to the novel Farewell to Manzanar by Japanese-American writers, James & Jeanne Houston.

During the Thanksgiving season, some turkeys have it better than others. Commentator Nan Graham celebrates her 21 years as a WHQR commentator by exploring the presidential tradition of pardoning a turkey, or as she likes to call it -- TOTUS (Turkey of the United States).

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Guest commentator Hank Blanton is a recent graduate of UNCW's English Master's Program. He is also the guitarist for Phantom Playboys-and a yodeling instructor for the Austrian Academy for the Vanishing Arts and Sciences. That last part hasn't been verified...

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