Life is changing for James Exum in a very big way. His father's wealth has isolated him all of his life. Car trouble puts him on a college campus and his eyes are opened to all that he's missed, soon he starts making his own memories down south.
April is National Poetry Month, and we finish this celebration with local poet Thomas Reed. He is reading from his collection, From Midnight till Dawn. His poems take you from the dark through troubled times and then into the kingdom of eternal light.
Join us on Friday, May 2 for Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar 45th Anniversary Celebration. Help us get our spring mural started by adding caterpillars and butterflies to the wall. Join us each week to add something new to the mural.
Greensboro writer Marianne Gingher and friends join us with Amazing Place: What North Carolina Means to Writers. This collection of essays are written by some of North Carolina's best authors and educators and represent every region of the state.
Dr. Neil Spector is a leading oncologist and researcher at Duke University Medical Center. He is the survivor of a misdiagnosed illness that resulted in a heart transplant. As a physician-scientist, he has a very unique perspective on medicine today.
Former NC poet laureate Fred Chappell joins us to read from two new books. In Familiars: Poems, Chappell immortalizes his beloved cats. Fred Chappell: Masters of the Weird Tale is a collection of short stories with original art by David Ho and European mas
When snobby newcomer Connie Clayborn publicly criticizes their beautiful town, Miss Julia is indignant. Days later, Miss Julia pays her a visit only to find her in a pool of blood. With Miss Julia's fingerprints at the scene, it looks like trouble.