New Bern, NC – We continue our series Diagnosing Healthcare and look at the high numbers of North Carolinians diagnosed with diabetes. We'll hear part one in a three part series chronicling Marion Blackburn's trip to see the Dalai Lama, and we'll hear a commentary from Beaufort children's book author Joan Carris.
New Bern, NC – We continue our series North Carolina Voices: Diagnosing Health Care and look at the health concerns facing people of color. PRE Music Director Sefton Wiggs offers his top 10 classical CDs of 2007
New Bern, NC – We continue our series North Carolina Voices: Diagnosing Health Care and look at incorporating health care from other civilizations into western medicine. We'll hear a commentary from Chuck Twardy.
New Bern, NC – We continue our series Diagnosing Health Care and ask, where do you go for specialized health care when you have no insurance? We'll hear an interview with ARa Gregorian, the founder of the Chamber Music Festival of ENC.
New Bern, NC – We'll visit one of the state's community clinics as we continue our series North Carolina Voices: Diagnosing Health Care. Public Radio East Music Director Sefton Wiggs reviews Scandinavian music from Trio Midiaeval.
New Bern, NC – A unit of Special Operations Marines has been activated at Camp Lejeune. We'll find out what it takes to join the ranks of MARSOC Marines. We'll hear the final report from Duke Marine Lab's Green Wave Environmental Seminar Series. And we'll ask just how literate are we when it comes to our health?
New Bern, NC – Research shows rates of depression are on the rise for Latino girls in North Carolina. We continue to look at problems facing North Carolina health care and research the role job loss plays. And PRE regular commentator, Marion Blackburn carefully welcomes the Holiday Season.
New Bern, NC – We continue to report on Duke Marine Lab's Green Wave Environmental Sustainability Seminar Series and take a look at oceanic conservation. Public Radio East's George Olsen has a conversation with North Carolina Singer/Songwriter Dmitri Resnik.
New Bern, NC – We continue to follow Duke Marine Lab's Green Wave Environmental Sustainability Seminar Series with a look at wetland restoration. We'll find out how even in the current turbulent housing market, home ownership is an attainable dream. We'll also hear a commentary from Beaufort Children's Author Joan Carris.
New Bern, NC – We continue to follow Duke Marine Lab's Green Wave Environmental Seminar Series with a look at green business practices. We'll study North Carolina's health statistics and ask the question, "What makes a state healthy?" And we'll learn about the potential benefits of minerals in make-up and skin care products.
New Bern, NC – As political unrest and violent conditions continue in Burma, many Burmese refugees are making their way to Eastern North Carolina to build new lives. PRE Music Director, Sefton Wiggs reviews a new classical release and we'll find out about upcoming arts and cultural events in the area.
New Bern, NC – We continue our series of reports on the Green Wave Environmental Seminal Series at the Duke Marine Lab. This week we learn about sustainable seafood. A health project in ENC is focusing on the high rates of heart disease among the African-American population. And we'll find out about arts and cultural events coming up in the area.
New Bern, NC – The Eastern Oyster has always been an important part of ENC's culture and economy. But, oyster harvests have dropped dramatically in North Carolina. To reverse this trend, state organizations and ENC residents are working to restore oyster habitats in area waters. Music Director Sefton Wiggs reviews the newest release from the Emerson String Quartet.
New Bern, NC – In the recently completed legislative session, The General Assembly made permanent a series of moratoriums banning the construction of new hog lagoon and spray field systems for handling waste at hog farms. But, with thousands of lagoons still in the state, how close are we to abolishing their use? We'll also learn about the anatomy of a hurricane.
New Bern, NC – A recent study released by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis found overall personal income rates slowed in military towns. We'll look at ENC's largest military town to see how deployments are affecting income, and PRE regular commentator Marion Blackburn deals with the dreaded seven year itch.
New Bern, NC – North Carolina is already preparing for voting in the 2008 elections. We'll learn what the North Carolina Board of Elections is doing to insure all votes are accounted for. PRE Music Director, Sefton Wiggs reviews music from seafaring film classics. And find out what's going on in ENC during our Weekly Arts Calendar.
New Bern, NC – A book by a mother and son uses vintage postcards to outline the history of Carteret County. Mosquitoes are abundant in NC. We'll learn how Carteret County is coping. Plus, find out what's going on in ENC during our weekly arts calendar.
New Bern, NC – A Trenton man is getting national attention for his inventions. Public Radio East Music Director Sefton Wiggs reviews a new DC from choral group, The Sixteen, and we'll find out what's going on in ENC during our weekly arts calendar.