New Bern, NC – North Carolina legislators are currently studying the uses of complementary and alternative medicines. We'll hear from an area pharmacist who incorporates both. Public Radio East Music Director Sefton Wiggs reviews a new take on John Adams, and author Joan Carris shares her latest commentary.
New Bern, NC – Election Day is nearing and Public Radio East offers a preview of some of the area's high profile races with feature stories on the State Supreme Court Justice Race as well as competitive congressional races.
New Bern, Nc – Onslow County has the highest rates of child abuse in the state. We'll look into efforts the county is making to curb the numbers. And we talk with New York Times Best Seller, author Nicholas Sparks. He's about to release his newest novel.
New Bern, Nc – The Crystal Coast Book Festival is underway in Carteret County. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We take a trip to a retreat created especially for those dealing with the disease.
New Bern, NC – More and more North Carolina families are opting to educate their children at home. State legislators are asking the public to speak out on alternative forms of medicine and healthcare and Regular Commentator Marion Blackburn says politics and religion aren't the only topics that are off limits during polite conversation.
New Bern, NC – Some Eastern North Carolina Counties are eligible to recieve loans to pay for repairs and damage due to Tropical Storm Ernesto. Public Radio East's Music Director, Sefton Wiggs reviews a new release of Brahms Piano Concerto #2.
New Bern, NC – Public Radio East Regular Commentator Marion Blackburn divulges her guilting pleasure. We meet the keynote speaker at the Third Annual Eastern North Carolina Homecoming, Author Michael Parker. And, find out what's going on in ENC with our weekly arts calendar.
New Bern, NC – Thousands of inactive reserve troops are preparing for deployment to iraq, however frontline troops are the only shortage the military is facing. Several rural Eastern North Carolina towns are taking part in a program to harness their strengths in a revitalization effort, and we meet the Carolina Emergency Massage Response Team.
August 25th 2006 – We conclude our series North Carolina Voices Studying High Schools and evaluate the numbers game that education has become. In 2002 a Beaufort resident undertook the task of creating a 100-day trek taken in 1608 by captain John Smith. George Olsen tells us about the modern day journey. And... we'll find out what's going on in ENC with our weekly arts calendar.
September 8th 2006 – A week ago Tropical Storm Ernesto swept through Easter North Carolina. Some counties are still dealing with flooding resulting from the storm's heavy rains. Also, North Carolina based band Someone's Sister performs in the area this weekend. George Olsen speaks with the folk duo.