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Due South

Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge

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Due South is a source for news, information, and perspectives from across North Carolina and the South. It takes a panoramic view of politics, place, race, and southern culture, among other topics. The show takes deep-dives into the news - while also providing a break from the news cycle with conversations on topics ranging from food and music to arts and culture. Full episodes of Due South air weekdays at 10am on WUNC.
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Co-host Leoneda Inge chats with author Crystal Wilkinson about her Black Appalachian roots and new book, Praisesong for the Kitchen Ghosts. She also sits down with jazz vocalist Lois Deloatch to discuss her childhood in rural North Carolina and her latest album, Love Always.By Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge
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Adanna Omeni, owner of 1 Blossom 2 Bloom Floral Design, and Melinda Knuth, professor of horticulture science at NC State, join Due South to discuss the Valentine's Day rush. Then writer Alexis Hauk stops by to chat about the history of kudzu in the American South.By Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge
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Even after two days of protest that closed 20 schools, classified staff at Durham Public Schools are still looking for answers. The school board is set to vote on how to address the error that led to the abrupt end of raises this week. Guests -Krystalynn Moore, Exceptional Children teacher at Riverside High School and member of the Durham Associati…
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Scene on Radio host and producer John Biewen and film studies professor Michael A. Betts II talk with Leoneda Inge about their new podcast series “Echoes of a Coup" and the reverberations felt today from the 1898 Wilmington massacre and coup d’état. Then, professor LaGarrett King joins co-host Leoneda Inge to discuss approaches to teaching difficul…
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In our new series on historically Black colleges and universities, HBCU 101, Leoneda Inge talks to Shaw University president Paulette Dillard, NPR's Ayesha Rascoe and the family of a high school senior who is weighing several PWI and HBCU college acceptances.By Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge
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The Pay Day Hour: Reporter Joanne Drilling talks about six-figure salaries in the South and which industries have seen significant pay increases in recent years. Duke professor Ashleigh Shelby Rosette measured outcomes from the reality TV show "Shark Tank" and found “relational” approaches common among women led to fewer deal impasses. Ursula Mead …
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Running seems like it would be good for the body, but how much running does a person actually need to do in order to achieve health benefits? The distance may be less than you think. Dr. Carl "Chip" Lavie breaks down the research for co-host Jeff Tiberii. Then, running is often viewed as a predominantly white sport, but that image may be shifting. …
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Dr. Dinushika Mohottige and Dr. Ebony Boulware talk with co-host Leoneda Inge about research that's being called "groundbreaking" — using localized data from Durham to highlight the deep connection between where people live and rates of diabetes, hypertension and chronic kidney disease.By Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge
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MLK oratorical competition participants share their visions of Dr. King's dream; a Miss North Carolina winner shares story of controversy and triumph; and a track star on the autism spectrum trains for the Olympic trials while coaching middle schoolers to their own victoriesBy Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge
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