UNC-TV's Biographical Conversations, hosted by Shannon Vickery, captures the reminiscences of extraordinary North Carolinians whose impact and vision have earned them national prominence and a place in history. Funded by A.J. Fletcher FoundationVisit Biographical Conversations With... Website
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Show three reveals Henry serving as the first African American assist. district attorney.
Show two highlights how Henry Frye opened his own law practice in Greensboro.
Show one traces the future statesman’s journey from a farmer’s son to law school graduate.
final episode, Gen. H. Shelton talks about his tenure as Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff
In Episode 3, General Hugh Shelton discusses his rise in the ranks of the military.
In Episode 2, General Hugh Shelton explores his two perilous tours of Vietnam and Project.
The first episode, General Hugh Shelton talks about his childhood years and Army career.
William Friday discusses growing up in the small Gaston County town of Dallas, NC.
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Henry Frye talks about his feelings after hearing oft President John F. Kennedy's death
H. Frye share his experience as Chairman of the Guilford Delegation of NC Representatives.
Henry Frye recalls where he was when UNC Law School admitted the first African American
Henry Frye describes his feelings when Richard Nixon won the presidency.
Henry Frye recalls his participation on the Higher Ed. Committee, creating the UNC system.
Henry Frye describes how his father perceived Henry's legal accomplishments.
Henry Frye describes the strategy that Richard Nixon used to win Democratic states.
Henry Frye shares his thoughts of Jim Holshouser running and voted as Governor of N. C.