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, Chuck Davis describes his travel to Africa.
In Episode 2, Chuck Davis begins with his first performances in New York City.
In Episode 1, Chuck Davis, the dance maestro describes his childhood.
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.
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Chuck Davis explains why he greets every audience with an African greeting.
Chuck Davis gives insights to how dance can help people to overcome tragedies.
Chuck Davis shares why he was drawn to working in the medical field.
Chuck Davis explains how the Tarzan movies inspired him to create his dance company.
Chuck Davis looks back on his high school graduation.
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.