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WHQR Podcasts

Listen to locally-produced podcasts by WHQR reporters and hosts. You can also subscribe to them by clicking and searching on: Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Google, NPR or under "Ways to Subscribe" on each of podcast pages below.
Local Podcasts
  • A weekly look at stories from around the state and the Cape Fear region, featuring conversations with the journalists working on those topics. Hosted and produced by WHQR reporter Camille Mojica — 'Cami' to her friends.
  • CoastLine is a variety interview, arts, and occasional news show, hosted by Rachel Lewis Hilburn.Each week on CoastLine, we meet extraordinary humans -- scholars, writers, dancers, artists, comedians, scientists -- and we take a deep dive into their extraordinary ideas and lives.Subscribe to the CoastLine podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. To find the podcast, search WHQR CoastLine. Contact us at coastline@whqr.org.CoastLine airs on WHQR 91.3 FM each Wednesday at noon and each Sunday at 4 PM.
  • Hosted by WHQR News Director Ben Schachtman, the program will be an opportunity for local officials and reporters -- the people who make news and the people who report it -- to talk about the issues that affect our community. According to host Ben Schachtman, "Our goal is to have candid, in-depth conversations about the topics that concern our listeners. It will be a chance to dig a little deeper into the news." From WHQR Public Media in Wilmington, NC. Contact us at Newsroom@whqr.org
  • Port City Politics is a podcast collaboration between investigative reporter Michael Praats and WHQR’s News Director Ben Schachtman. Each week, they'll break down the latest happenings in local politics.
  • This is WHQR's collection of community-driven podcasts. Podcasts in this feed are independently produced by community members in southeastern North Carolina. WHQR aims to spotlight a diverse spectrum of perspectives — but the podcasts in this collection don't necessarily represent the views of WHQR.