10:02am Jul 14, 2017Sports Sports
Radio Camper Samuel Carpenter speaks with IMG College sportcaster Paul Roper about how he got into sportscasting and what his inspired him to pursue this career.
9:54am Jul 14, 2017Education Education Environment
Lillie Wray speaks to Jamie Maier, Executive Director of the Piedmont Environmental Alliance, about her evolving passion for the environment and the impact people have on it.
11:25am Apr 18, 2017Music & Culture Music & Culture
Jonathan Hodges, owner of Underdog Records, a vinyl-only music store in downtown Winston-Salem, talks to Radio Camper Henry Lenham about his store and how his business is different from others.
11:18am Apr 13, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Chintoo Deora talks to Travis Creed about his job as the Artistic Operations Director for the Winston-Salem Symphony, and what it entails.
10:57am Apr 13, 2017Arts Arts
Radio camper Hope Nitsche sits down tihe Scott Burton to discuss his experiences with Kidney Disease, and how art and creating helped him pushed him through his illness.
10:51am Apr 13, 2017
The Director of Major Gifts for the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is Devon Mackay. He sat down with Radio Camper Wallis McCrea to discuss creativity and his career.
10:46am Apr 13, 2017
Stephanie Hess Beeman, Krispy Kreme Social Media Coordinator, talks to Radio Camper Noelle Mills-Tarmey about how she engages customers through social media.
10:40am Apr 13, 2017
Radio Camper Emma Kanzler speaks with Dr.
11:40am Apr 11, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Radio Camper Mia Marshall talks with Chris Von Isenburg about what it is like to own Mock Orange Bikes. They discuss the shop's new location, as well as what Chris likes being a bike mechanic.
11:34am Apr 11, 2017Race Race
James Gore discusses his work with grantes on issues such as civil rights, criminal justice reform, and immigration with Radio Camper Charles Kendall.
11:27am Apr 11, 2017Arts Arts
Shana Whitehead, owner of The Muddy Creek Cafe and Music Hall, sits down with Radio Camper Alex Young to discuss how she was inspired to bring the community together through music in her café.
1:00pm Feb 24, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Mo Kessler is a board member of The Renaissance Community Co-op and took the time to sit down with radio camper Trey Croker about providing food to people through a project called "Food Not Bombs."
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