UNC-TV's Biographical Conversations, hosted by Shannon Vickery, captures the reminiscences of extraordinary North Carolinians whose impact and vision have earned them national prominence and a place in history. Funded by A.J. Fletcher FoundationVisit Biographical Conversations With... Website
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In Episode 3, Mr. Gardner reflects on the gains NC Rep. made in the past half-century.
In Episode 2, Mr. Gardner recalls his early years serving as an NC US House member.
In the first episode, Mr. Gardner describes his early years in Rocky Mount.
Show three reveals Henry serving as the first African American assist. district attorney.
Show two highlights how Henry Frye opened his own law practice in Greensboro.
Show one traces the future statesman’s journey from a farmer’s son to law school graduate.
final episode, Gen. H. Shelton talks about his tenure as Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff
In Episode 3, General Hugh Shelton discusses his rise in the ranks of the military.
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James Gardner expresses disappointment in Sheriff Brown making reference to son's record.
James Gardner recounts changes made in North Carolina politics over the years.
James Gardner shares why he ran for Lt. Governor.
James Gardner expresses why his campaign broadcasted drug trade ads against Senator Rand.
James Gardner shares why he would jump off a building if he didn't win the Rep. Primary.
James Gardner talks about why he called Gov Hunt a phony during the Republican Convention
James Gardner shares why he tried to persuade General Colin Powell to run for presidency.
James Gardner reveals how running for Lt. Governor would lead to becoming Governor.