Eye on the Triangle is WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2’s weekly public affairs programming with news, interviews, opinion, weather, sports, arts, music, events and issues that matter to NC State, Raleigh and the Triangle.
EOT 322 Blakely Hildebrand: SELC's Smithfield Biogas Lawsuit; Dr. Monica Osburn: COVID-19 Pandemic and Mental Health 3/14/21
Blakely Hildebrand of the Southern Environmental Law Center talks about her lawsuit to stop a Smithfield and Dominion Energy-owned biogas facility in eastern North Carolina. Executive Director of the NC State University Counseling Center Dr. Monica Osburn discusses the COVID-19 Pandemic's impact on college students' mental health. The North Carolina News Service brings you stories on the 2020 Census' impact on redistricting in NC and the pandemic's impact on dental care.
EOT321 COVID-19 Year in Review 12/27/20
In this year-end retrospective, host Aaron Kling talks about what we've learned about COVID-19.
EOT320 Aarav and Arsh Parekh, Two Brothers and their Sports Podcast 11/20/20
Eye on the Triangle interviews Aarav and Arsh Parekh, two young students who used the extra time at home during the pandemic to produce a sports podcast.
EOT319 Jacob Geller, Politics and Gaming 11/13/20
Video essayist Jacob Geller discusses how the medium of video games engages its players, communicates its themes, and expresses politics.
EOT318 GROW Album and the New Hanover County NAACP 11/08/20
James Tritten of Fort Lowell Records and Deborah Maxwell of the New Hanover County NAACP discuss the upcoming indie rock album "GROW," its inspiration, and how 100% of sales will go towards community enrichment and voter education.
EOT317 Burning Coal Theatre One Hundred Words for Snow 10/18/20
An interview with Burning Coal Theatre's director Jerome Davis on their new production: One Hundred Words for Snow. Audience members are kept pandemic safe via small viewing groups and actor precautions.