WNCW’s Joe Kendrick interviews David Dye after the World Café visited North Carolina late in February for their Sense of Place series spotlighting the cities of Asheville, Charlotte and the Triangle. The World Café’s Sense of Place NC will air their Asheville portion of the visit March 28th through April 1st from 6-8 p.m. on WNCW, which also hosted David Dye for an interview with Program Director Joe Kendrick as part of the show.

Friday Feature- NC Women (Women's History Month)

Mar 24, 2016

The North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources was spotlighted, as they went over a great list of Women from the state that contributed to significant accomplishments and history.  This special edition of WNCW's Friday Feature Interview of the Week was in honor of National Women's History Month in March.  Interviewed was Faye Mitchell, Public Relations Specialist with the NC Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources.  This segment originally aired on March 18th (2016).

Info Submitted by Paul Foster

During WNCW's More to the Story from March 16, 2016 our guest was Investigative Reporter for the Charlotte Observer - Tonya Maxwell concerning a discussion about Fundamental Defects in Teacher Screening Used To Ensure The Safety of Children In NC Public Schools.

Submitted by the Host and Producer of More to the Story, Paul Foster, WNCW Senior Producer, News Director and Morning Show Host

by Jeffrey Dupuis

The New Orleans Suspects are a five piece super group from the Crescent City, whose members have played with artists like the Neville Brothers, Professor Longhair, James Brown, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and The Grateful Dead, to name a few. What began as a pick-up band at the Maple Leaf in 2009 quickly became a lasting partnership, and three albums later they return to WNCW for a live session ahead of their show at The Grey Eagle that night. Roland Dierauf hosts the band just after headlines in the 3 p.m. hour.

It's an allstar cast this week, with Paul Barrerre and Fred Tackett playing live for us in 1999, Amy Ray from 2008, and the multiple IBMA-award winning Balsam Range from September of last year.