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Wednesday December 18,  2002 

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Howard Covington and Marion Ellis

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    Charlotte Talks

    Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins is a one-hour talk show produced by WFAE 90.7fm. The program airs live from 9-10am Monday through Friday and is rebroadcast weekday evenings at 7.

    Launched in April of 1998, Charlotte Talks has become this region's exclusive forum for the discussion of politics, growth, the arts, culture, social issues, literature, human interest, the environment and more. If something is of interest to people in the Charlotte region, listeners and leaders know the topic is bound to be discussed on Charlotte Talks.

    The show is hosted by veteran Charlotte broadcaster Mike Collins, who has been a fixture in local radio and television since 1985. His knowledge of North and South Carolina combined with his 30 years experience in broadcasting has helped to make Charlotte Talks one of this area's favorite call-in programs.

    You're invited to join the conversation during our live broadcast at 704-926-9323 or by E-mail at
    charlottetalks@wfae.org

    Charlotte Talks is produced by Wendy Braatz.

Wednesday December 18,  2002 
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There's a new book published by the University of North Carolina Press that chronicles the last 100 years of North Carolina's history-- including important people, places, and events. "The North Carolina Century", by Howard Covington and Marion Ellis, profiles the people who helped shape life in the state in the twentieth century. The authors join us to talk about some of the "Tar Heels" who made a difference in the shaping of our state in the last 100 years on the next Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins. Join us for the conversation by phone at 794-926-WFAE (9323) or email with your comments to charlottetalks@wfae.org.


 

 

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