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January 19, 2007

Charter Schools

Capitol reporter Emily Kopp talks with Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle about his idea for more charter schools and other initiatives.

Georgia's Failing Trauma Care System

Josephine Bennett of member station WMUM in Macon reports on Georgia's failing Trauma Care System. The Legislature is trying to find ways to find more funding for it.


Reporter Tim Lister looks at the growing trend of telemedicine in rural Georgia. It helps people connect with specialists in urban areas.

The Last Harvest: Truck Farmers in the Deep South

Host Rickey Bevington talks with photographer Perry Dilbeck about his collection of photographs and audio recordings of so-called truck farmers. Dilbeck is author of The Last Harvest: Truck Farmers in the Deep South.

Growth In the Georgia Mountains

Commentator Gerry Soud lives in the Georgia mountains and he's not happy with the growth he sees there. Soud is author of the book Life as I Slice It.

Georgia Gazette Quiz

Host Rickey Bevington talks with Jerry White of the National Infantry Foundation at Fort Benning, Georgia. Fort Benning was the answer to last week's Georgia Gazette Quiz.

King Paper Exhibit

Reporter Odette Yousef of WABE reports on the opening of the King Paper exhibit at the Atlanta History Center.

Winter Storytelling Festival

Host Rickey Bevington talks with Caroll Meyers about the annual Winter Storytelling Festival taking place next week at Kennesaw State University.

Storyteller Milbre Burch

Storyteller Milbre Burch tells a story. She will be part of the Winter Storytelling Festival.

Penny Brice's Documentary

Reporter Orlando Montoya talks with artist Penny Brice of Savannah about her short film documenting graffiti at the old Chatham County Jail.