46 episodes

CoastLine is a variety interview, arts, and occasional news show, hosted by Rachel Lewis Hilburn.Each week on CoastLine, we meet extraordinary humans -- scholars, writers, dancers, artists, comedians, scientists -- and we take a deep dive into their extraordinary ideas and lives.Subscribe to the CoastLine podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. To find the podcast, search WHQR CoastLine. Contact us at coastline@whqr.org.CoastLine airs on WHQR 91.3 FM each Wednesday at noon and each Sunday from 2 to 3 PM.

CoastLine Rachel Lewis Hilburn

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.4 • 16 Ratings

CoastLine is a variety interview, arts, and occasional news show, hosted by Rachel Lewis Hilburn.Each week on CoastLine, we meet extraordinary humans -- scholars, writers, dancers, artists, comedians, scientists -- and we take a deep dive into their extraordinary ideas and lives.Subscribe to the CoastLine podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. To find the podcast, search WHQR CoastLine. Contact us at coastline@whqr.org.CoastLine airs on WHQR 91.3 FM each Wednesday at noon and each Sunday from 2 to 3 PM.

    CoastLine: Philip Gerard, 1955-2022: "My defining identity has always been American."

    CoastLine: Philip Gerard, 1955-2022: "My defining identity has always been American."

    Philip Gerard contended that the unhealed wounds and unresolved issues from the Civil War were a major driver of today’s Great American Divide. His next book idea, Toward a More Perfect Union: Why America Lost the Civil War and How to Win It Now, will remain unwritten. But he offers some of the ideas that would have gone into that book in other places. We take a closer look at his consistency and courage in this remembrance of a rich, well-lived, albeit abbreviated life.

    • 50 min
    CoastLine: Ricky & Cherie Kelly of Black Beach, White Beach on making films and keeping your day job

    CoastLine: Ricky & Cherie Kelly of Black Beach, White Beach on making films and keeping your day job

    After the NAACP filed at least two lawsuits over discriminatory practices, Ricky Kelly knew the story of Black Bike Week in Atlantic Beach, SC had to be told. But how do you make a documentary film when you've never made a film before and you don't even own a camera? Ricky bought a camera, and he and his wife, Cherie embarked upon what would become a new filmmaking career.

    • 49 min
    CoastLine: Alicia Inshiradu on her twenty-plus-year passion project about 1898 and why Wilmington needs a catharsis to heal

    CoastLine: Alicia Inshiradu on her twenty-plus-year passion project about 1898 and why Wilmington needs a catharsis to heal

    What The River Knows opens on Thalian Hall’s mainstage on November 10th, the 124th anniversary of the 1898 white supremacist massacre. Playwright Alicia Inshiradu has worked on what she calls a "passion project" for more than two decades.

    • 49 min
    CoastLine: Alfred Schnog on his childhood escape from Nazi Germany with his family

    CoastLine: Alfred Schnog on his childhood escape from Nazi Germany with his family

    As a 7-year-old, Alfred Schnog watched through hotel room curtains as the Nazis gleefully destroyed Jewish-owned businesses. His parents had encouraged their young boys to watch and told them to never forget what they were seeing. He never did forget. And he told us the story 2018. He passed away the very next year, in 2019, three days after the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht – that Night of Broken Glass.

    • 50 min
    CoastLine: Mallory Cash on letting motherhood and curiosity lead from lawyer to editorial photographer

    CoastLine: Mallory Cash on letting motherhood and curiosity lead from lawyer to editorial photographer

    When Mallory Cash started her professional life as a lawyer, she never imagined she'd let that career go in just a few short years. When she had her first child, she wanted to document how her daughter made her feel, and photographing the baby was the best way to do that. She also never dreamed her desire to chronicle her child's development would lead to an impressive and growing portfolio of southeastern luminaries — or a journalistic collaboration with Pulitzer Grantee Melba Newsome.

    • 49 min
    CoastLine: Hazing, intractable and entrenched, with grieving parent Jack Abele and filmmaker Byron Hurt

    CoastLine: Hazing, intractable and entrenched, with grieving parent Jack Abele and filmmaker Byron Hurt

    Despite the fact that school administrators across the U.S. say they won’t tolerate hazing, they’ve launched outreach efforts to educate students and parents, and they’ve suspended Greek organizations that violate school policy, the practice of hazing and the resulting long-term injuries and deaths continue.That’s the focus of award-winning filmmaker Byron Hurt’s most recent documentary, called Hazing, and it’s what we explore on this episode of CoastLine.

    • 49 min

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