UNC-TV PresentsA Conversation With Five Governors Special | 59m UNC-TV and the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh bring together former governors Terry Sanford, James E. Holshouser Jr., James G. Martin, James B. Hunt Jr. and Bob Scott for an enlightening and entertaining panel discussion about serving at the helm of the Tar Heel State. With poignancy, humor and insight, they engage in conversation moderated by Ferrel Gullory Aired: 07/07/98 Rating: NR checkmarkAdd to WatchlistProblems Playing Video?Report a ProblemClosed CaptioningShare:Share this video on FacebookFacebookShare this video on TwitterTwitterShare this video on Google PlusGoogleShare this video via EmailE-mailEmbedEmbed Code for this videoEmbed CodeUNC-TV PresentsA Conversation With Five GovernorsWidth in pixels px Height in pixels px Copied to your clipboardUnable to copyLabelCopy to ClipboardClick to copy embed code for videoCloseCloseReport a ProblemBefore you submit an error, please consult our Troubleshooting Guide.Type of ErrorVideo doesn't loadVideo loads, but doesn't playVideo jumps back/forwardOnly audio is streamingSponsorship playback errorOtherPlease add more detailsCancelSubmit ReportYour report has been successfully submitted. Thank you for helping us improve PBS Video.CloseCloseClose Learn More Down H. Frye's impressions of Governor Jim Holshouser. Henry Frye shares his thoughts of Jim Holshouser running and voted as Governor of N. C. Jim Holshouser: The UNC Board of Governors Jim Holshouser candidly recounts his life after the Governor’s mansion Jim Holshouser: Governor of North Carolina Jim Holshouser reminisces on leading a growing state Republican Party, Jim Holshouser: Early Life and Political Career His mother was Virginia, a nurse, and his father, James, was a U.S. District Attorney, Emerging Issues: A Conversation With Four Governors Find out how four former NC governors faced the challenges of leading the state. A Conversation With Five Governors Find out how five former NC governors faced the challenges of leading the state.