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Rachel Lewis Hilburn

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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 ...
 
Osha interviews people who are dedicated to working to create a better future for us all in the fields of art, nature and humanity. We explore stories and discover people on a quest to deepen our connection to life and to our common humanity.Want to learn more about the practice of summoning joy?Discover how horses can help heal humans?Hear how a musician and Ambassador for Peace handles racism?Explore the value of “Kitchen Table Heroism?”Understand what is needed to protect our rare and bea ...
 
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Carbon. There’s too much of it in the atmosphere. We feel the effects - the rising heat - the droughts. We watch as our rivers and reservoirs run dry. What if - we could draw tons of carbon out of the atmosphere and reduce water use at the same time? Osha interviews Barry Vesser of The Climate Center in Santa Rosa, CA about their initiatives to add…
 
The suburban monoculture dominated largely by traditional lawns could be accelerating climate change and species extinction. Supporting biodiversity by installing native trees, shrubs, and other plants means you are directly supporting the systems on which human life depends. Yes, human life.On this edition of CoastLine, we explore native plants – …
 
What could you accomplish if you had the confidence and belief that you would succeed? What if you decided to take the first bold step? Osha interviews Shawn Langwell on his newest book, Ten Seconds of Boldness: The Essential Guide to Solving Problems and Building Self-Confidence. About: Shawn Langwell is a top-producing media salesperson with more…
 
Nina Repeta is forever recognizable as Bessie Potter, the older sister of Katie Holmes’ character on the iconic TV show, Dawson’s Creek, which continues to find new generations of fans. She's also appeared in several episodes of Matlock (and died several times), Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (NOT Fried Green Tomatoes), and Radioland Murder…
 
Tony Rivenbark grew up in Duplin County and wanted to go to college at the smallest branch in the University of North Carolina system. So he came to Wilmington. He walked into Thalian Hall in 1966, which, as he says, for good or ill, set the course for the rest of his life. In this episode, we hear him talk about local history, Shakespeare, histori…
 
We meet a man who leads a local church and who volunteers on two foundations that support LGBTQ+ people and educational efforts. Rev. John McLaughlin talks about his work in the community, but he also shares his own story, which includes deep personal trauma. It’s that trauma that led him back to church and launched his search for a spiritual sanct…
 
Micky Dolenz, lead singer and drummer for The Monkees, agrees his most recognizable artistic achievement is his time on the TV show and with the band, but it hardly captures the breadth of his show-business career. Starting in the 1950s on the TV show Circus Boy, he played Corky, the waterboy for the elephants. He went on to perform in and direct m…
 
Wiley Cash is working to demystify the creative process for himself and his online community. Creativity, he says, comes through engagement with the world — observing it, surrendering to it. It’s his fascination with his own creative process and pointing others in the direction of their own creative flow, whether writing or some other art form, tha…
 
Matt Sullivan's film production responsibilities have ranged from puppeteering baby bats to icing a female actor's nipples to brushing out the nap on carpet to hide tracks. While he's moved up through the ranks from a nonunion jack-of-all-trades employee to a union department head as Set Decorator, he still sees the precision, discipline, clarity, …
 
Author Philip Gerard contends the incorrect and incomplete narrative surrounding the Civil War perpetuates the great partisan divide. Once the gunfire ended and North Carolina rejoined the Union, questions about civil rights and race should have been settled. But they weren’t. The battle still rages. How to move towards a more perfect union? Educat…
 
"Where was God?" Our story begins on Boxing Day in 2004, as my guest watched the televised coverage of the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami, and was shocked to hear his Catholic father say, "God could have stopped this." 280 thousand people died. If a good God created this world, then how could he allow these senseless disasters to occur? As a film…
 
We have all seen media coverage of the horrific unprovoked attacks on Asian people. Today’s story provides a view into the effects of anti-Asian prejudice from the perspective of an Asian couple who spent 50 years in a loving marriage in America, and how they succeeded despite the many barriers and effects of discrimination. This is a love story, a…
 
The women who join Alpha Kappa Alpha make a commitment to a lifetime of service. How that service is delivered and what the areas of focus are might differ from generation to generation and from city to city, but the end goal is the same: empowerment and expanded possibility for underserved people. Chrystal Fray and Jhaniqua Palmer are members of A…
 
Scott Davis started his professional film career as a set painter on Firestarter in the early 1980s. He also landed a small part in that project, and for almost four more decades, he continued what he calls his gypsy life as professional film crew member. He picked up a StarNews lifetime achievement award in 2019 for enduring contribution to Wilmin…
 
The Honey Head filmmakers describe what they do as putting a narrative spin on the creative world. The company is run and staffed by women. They say they’re breaking down barriers not only as female filmmakers — but as full-time working artists in Wilmington, North Carolina.By Rachel Lewis Hilburn
 
After working on the movie, Firestarter, in Wilmington in the early 1980s, Bobby Huber rose through the ranks, his circus rigging experience preparing him well for the job of key grip. His work helped earn Oscars in cinematography for two films: Braveheart and Legends of the Fall.By Rachel Lewis Hilburn
 
Researchers were shocked to find that the eyeballs of shrimp develop, not based on how deep they live in the ocean, but by the animal's ability to emit light through bioluminescence and the need they have to see the signals from other deep sea animals. In other words, the need to communicate could be a key factor. Dr. Lorian Schweikert also details…
 
The film Words on Bathroom Walls is hailed by some critics as a worthy step away from the stigma surrounding mental illness. Adapted from the Julia Walton novel, the film tells the story of Adam, who suffers from schizophrenia. He sees people who aren’t there, he hears voices, he witnesses phenomena not actually happening, and he feels the social i…
 
Kieran Haile is the great-great-grandson of Alexander Manly, owner and publisher of The Daily Record, which was burned down in Wilmington, North Carolina by a white supremacist mob in 1898. Kieran and his wife, Priscilla, are uncovering their family’s past: both the triumphs and the pain, the wrongs done to them and the gifts the Manly line has giv…
 
It wasn’t until Kieran Haile broke his hip at age 29 that he began to learn about how traumas from America’s early years are more than a dissociated story from the past. His brittle bone disease, he learned, is a consequence of slavery in the American south, when white slaveowners would rape Black women – eventually, perhaps, raping their own daugh…
 
The story begins when officers from a neighboring ship climb aboard to investigate a cargo ship’s distress signal. They find bloodied decks, one crew member tied up, one crew member dead, and reports that all four of the ship’s officers had been murdered and tossed overboard.The three men still alive were Black. The four dead officers were white.Wo…
 
ICYMI: Scientists out of Duke University say fish in the Lower Cape Fear River are more contaminated than previously thought, and fish consumption advisories have been dangerously outdated. They've also learned that the people who fish from the river are not necessarily doing it for sport. People are eating the fish and sharing it with others, and …
 
On this episode of CoastLine, as part of the North Carolina Filmmakers Series, we meet two people who make their living in front of the camera. Allie McCulloch and Nick Basta are professional actors based in Wilmington, are both raising children in the Cape Fear region, and they both landed roles in the 2020 film, The Glorias, starring Julianne Moo…
 
Research confirms that it’s not only trans kids, but also gender-expansive kids, at increased risk of suicidal behavior and other risk factors for suicide. So why has this part of the rainbow become an argument to either prove transgender doesn't exist or that gender-expansive must be trans? It's an closer look of the meaning of gender-expansive wi…
 
The future of Democracy is at stake. Democratic countries and people have united to punish Russia for Putin's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. In this episode, Osha Hayden and Frances Moore-Lappé engage in a discussion about democracy, food and our climate and underline the empowering choices available to each one of us right now. My guest, Frances …
 
Operatic bass Paul Plishka debuted with the Met in 1967 as the Monk in Ponchielli’s La Gioconda. Fifty seasons later, Plishka had appeared in 1,672 performances of 88 roles, including as Philip (II) in Don Carlo, King Marke in Tristan und Isolde, Raimondo in Lucia di Lammermoor, and as the title characters of Boris Godunov and Falstaff. In fact, ac…
 
After four days of clashes in the Port City, two people were dead, six were injured, and more than half-a-million dollars in damage was done. Mike’s Grocery, a white-owned store in a Black neighborhood, had been fire-bombed. It took the National Guard to put an end to the conflict. It's the story of The Wilmington Ten, begun 51 years ago, and still…
 
Even though she was born and raised in the Brooklyn section of Wilmington, it took years before Cynthia Brown learned details of the massacre that shattered families, gutted a thriving Black professional class, and caused her great-grandmother, from her deathbed, to grab Cynthia’s wrist and urge her to “run” if it ever happens again.…
 
Francine DeCoursey grew up in Charleston, South Carolina during the era of legal racial segregation. A young white girl living near a largely Black community in the segregated American South, she grew to know and love Gullah Geechee culture. And she met Dixie Lee, her childhood best friend. It was here that she also received an early and direct edu…
 
Lucy McCauley was well into adulthood — married and raising her daughter — when she discovered her white ancestors had enslaved people. A few years later, she learned her great-grandfather, William Berry McKoy, was a key figure in facilitating the violence that led to a coup d'état in Wilmington, North Carolina in November 1898. What's she doing wi…
 
With our abundant variety of life and rich diversity of people and cultures, this Earth, our home, is truly majestic. On today’s show, we will journey along with my guest, Jim Codington, as he speaks of his adventures photographing the phenomenal beauty of our Earth and its peoples. We will travel to the far reaches of the Amazon in the South and M…
 
Osha Hayden interviews Marlene Cullen on Writing as a Path to Healing based on The Write Spot Anthology of the same name. “Writing isn’t about the destination - writing is the journey that transforms the soul and gives meaning to all else.” - Sue Grafton Perhaps you are a writer - or maybe there is some part of your life that could use some healing…
 
One of the most remote places on earth, Palmyra Atoll is in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It's an outpost for conservation scientists to conduct research. On this episode, we find out what they're learning about how coral reefs thrive — and why that's important for a healthy ecosystem in water and on land.…
 
On this edition of CoastLine, we explore some of the common challenges – and admittedly some very strange ones – so that the human end of the leash sets up the dog end of the leash for success. Our expert is Lynne Swanson, retired DVM, and author of Smile! and other practical life lessons your dogs can teach you.…
 
Blue Velvet stars Isabella Rossellini, Kyle McLachlan, Laura Dern, and Dennis Hopper. Written and produced by David Lynch, The New York Times notes the film has been called both ''the sickest movie ever made'' and ''the work of a genius naif.'' Makeup Effects Artist Jeff Goodwin created the horrifying and iconic severed human ear in the film, in ad…
 
Osha & Dr. Melanie Joy engage in a fascinating discussion of the psychology of carnism & explore how we are influenced to treat some beings with dignity while oppressing others. Dr. Joy, founder of Beyond Carnism, has received the prestigious Ahimsa Award - previously given to the Dalai Lama & Nelson Mandela - for her work on global non-violence. D…
 
It was January of 2019 that WHQR brought together about dozen people to launch a yearlong experiment in civil discourse. The series, Beneath The Surface, had some deeply moving and surprising moments, and it had some spectacular failures. One colleague at the station likens the series to the early garage band tapes of civil discourse. Another colle…
 
Today’s show is an exploration into sex and gender with Kathryn Bond Stockton, author of Gender(s). What do cake, gender forts, Lil Nas X, dolls and surprising dresses at the Oscars - have in common? Osha Hayden & Kathryn Bond Stockton explore the surprising field of gender and discuss how it's not as simple as it might seem. Osha's guest is Kathry…
 
Dina Greenberg collects the stories of trauma survivors — particularly those of Holocaust victims and their descendants and Bosnian War survivors. She studies intergenerational trauma and the healing power of storytelling, and out of that work has come her first novel, Nermina's Chance.By Rachel Lewis Hilburn
 
After watching his dad work in special effects for years, Will Purcell started his career on a Chuck Norris film in 1984: Invasion USA. He went on to work on dozens of productions, including The Crow, Scream 5, Gerald’s Game, The Strangers, Cabin Fever 2, Under the Dome, Young Guns, and Max Steel. He counts himself lucky, he says, because he plays …
 
The United States Constitution set up a system that relied on self-government through democratic elections – theoretically, anyway, rendering violence unnecessary. But getting there included repeated violence, even terrorism, and that ideal has not held up. UNCW Professor David Houpt is with us to explore the role of violence in democracy and wheth…
 
Marthe Pineau has helped to create the look and feel of Idlewild, The Crow, Bolden, the TV series Matlock, the pilot for Dexter — among many other film and TV productions. Being a set decorator, she says, taps her working knowledge of history, literature, fine art — and her love of learning. As an officer of IATSE Local 491, she also explores the l…
 
Can you imagine what it would be like to live in a world without birdsong? What can we learn from listening to the changes in our wild soundscapes over time? My guest today, Dr. Bernie Krause, is a world renowned expert in Soundscape Ecology, here to expand your understanding of the value, meaning and impact of our soundscapes. Soundscapes courtesy…
 
Do you ever worry about money and whether you’ll have enough to last? On today’s show, Teresa Mitchell, also known as “Lady Money,” is here to talk about empowering you to take charge of your saving, spending & investments. Teresa has learned that helping women connect their values with their money is a more powerful motivation to achieving financi…
 
WHQR News Director Ben Schachtman is with us to offer something of a primer on the municipal races on the ballot this fall. You'll come away with a better idea of who’s on the ballot and why, what the pressing local issues are this year, and you don’t even have to listen directly to politicians.By Rachel Lewis Hilburn
 
Sydney Penny is on the verge of launching her own film production company. Dubbed Cucklebur and Company, the enterprise is dedicated to telling as-yet untold stories originating from the American South.She’s claimed responsibility for her own destiny pretty much from the time she launched her career in entertainment: striding onto a stage while the…
 
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