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Bart Ehrman, Jesus Before the Gospels
Dr. Bart Ehrman looks at how oral storytelling may have altered the stories of Jesus.
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Ron Stodghill, Where Everybody Looks Like Me
Ron Stodghill talks about how HBCU's can work to save their heritage & support the future.
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Warren Bingham, George Washington's 1791 Southern Tour
Warren Bingham talks about President Washington's tour of the newly-formed southern U.S.
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Konrad Jarausch, Out of Ashes
Konrad Jarausch looks back at the impact of the 20th Century on Europe.
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John Rosenthal, After
John Rosenthal shares the poignant images he captured in the 9th Ward after Katrina.
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Kimberly Marlowe Hartnett
Ms. Marlowe Hartnett talks about the life of the late Charlotte writer Harry Golden.
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Art Taylor talks about his latest book "On the Road with Del and Louise."
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David Payne, Barefoot to Avalon
David Payne's memoir tells the story of his profound relationship with his brother.
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Margaret Donovan Bauer, A Study of Scarletts
Dr. Bauer looks at the impact Scarlett O'Hara had on leading ladies in literature.
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Robert Morgan, Chasing the North Star
Robert Morgan tells the spellbinding story of two runaway slaves during the Civil War
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Dan Bolger, Why We Lost
Author & retired Gen. Dan Bolger shares lessons learned in the Iraq & Afghanistan wars.
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Pam Saulsby, Ashley's High Five for Daddy
Pam Saulsby's new book helps children of military families understand PTSD.
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Randy Johnson, Grandfather Mountain
Randy Johnson talks about his new book on the history & heritage of Grandfather Mountain.
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12 Bones Smokehouse
The 12 Bones Smokehouse is an Asheville hot spot as they serve up their signature 'cue.
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Patricia Bell-Scott, The Firebrand & The First Lady
An unlikely friendship helps two formidable women affect social change.
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Kristy Woodson Harvey, Lies & Other Acts of Love
Lies & Other Acts of Love focuses on 3 generations of a family & the love that binds them.
S1800 Ep1815 | 26m 46s
Charles Thompson, Border Odyssey
Charles Thompson studies US/Mexico border & the history & culture of both nations.
S1800 Ep1814 | 26m 46s
John Hart, Redemption Road
A young boy, a troubled detective, a good cop, & an old church feature in Redemption Road.
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John Hood, Catalyst
John Hood shares the biography of former NC Governor Jim Martin.
S1800 Ep1812 | 26m 46s
Bland & Ann Simpson, Little Rivers & Waterway Tales
Bland & Ann Simpson share their love of Eastern NC rivers & waterways.
S1800 Ep1811 | 26m 46s
John Shelton Reed, Barbecue
John Shelton Reed shares recipes for NC's favorite food in his new cookbook - Barbecue.
S1800 Ep1810 | 26m 46s
Scott Ellsworth, The Secret Game
Scott Ellsworth talks about an epic basketball game which changed the nature of the sport.
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Bridgette Lacy, Sunday Dinner
Bridgette Lacy focuses on the meal that is more than just a meal - Sunday Dinner.
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Lee Smith, Dime Store
Lee Smith's new book, Dime Store, is a collection of memoirs from her childhood.
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