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Today’s episode tells the story of “Raleigh’s own President” and also profiles a photographer whose work is part of the “Telling Our Stories Photography Exhbit” Fay Mitchell recently spoke with photographer John Rosenthal (:25)
A new exhibit at the state capitol chronicles the life of Andrew Johnson, who went from humble beginnings in Raleigh to the oval office. More from Tiffiana Hunsinger, curator of collections and research at the capitol, as well as Terra Schramm, education and outreach coordinator there (6:00).
Dr. Dan T. Carter, one of the nation’s foremost southern historians, will speak about Andrew Johnson December 1, at noon at the state capitol. The free lecture, entitled “Andrew Johnson and the Challenge of Presidential Leadership after the Civil War” will take place in the Old House Chamber. It is sponsored by the Office of Archives and History in the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, and is part of the “Telling Our Stories” celebration (9:54).
With Thanksgiving close, thoughts turn to home. Here is a fitting song, “Jamestown”, performed by the Pratie Heads, Bob Vasile and Jane Peppler (10:47). The duo is part of the Touring Artist Directory, produced by the North Carolina Arts Council. For more about Bob and Jane, go to www dot pratieheads dot Com. For more information about the touring artist directory go to ncarts.org.