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Maj. Gen. Augustus Collins
Maj. Gen. Augustus Collins is retiring after 35 years of military service.
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Mac McAnally is a multiple award-winning singer-songwriter from Belmont, Mississippi.
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Harry Bolick, a Mississippi Fiddle Musician
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Chesney Doyle speaks of documenting "Great Museums" on her PBS-syndicated show.
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We hear about the fascinating musical career of Natchez native Glenn Ballard.
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Regina Charboneau is an author, chef and restaurateur will skills tracing back to Paris.
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Charles Wright of Natchez is one of the surviving relatives of the writer Richard Wright.
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Jennifer Ogden Combs
Jennifer Ogden Combs is an Emmy Award-winning producer who returned home for the year.
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Ralph Eubanks is currently a Eudora Welty Visiting Scholar at Millsaps College in Jackson.
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Former Clarion Ledger Editor Charles Overby talks about his career as a journalist.
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Daphne Chamberlain & Flonzie Wright
Daphne Chamberlain and Flonzie Wright talk about James Meredith's "Walk Against Fear."
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Author Julie Cantrell talks about human trafficking in her new novel, The Feathered Bone.
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Robert Latham talks about the challenges of leading Mississippi's emergency operations.
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Mississippian Emily Gatlin is an author, book reviewer and book store manager.
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Vernon & Dennis Dahmer
Vernon and Dennis Dahmer recall the death of their father during the civil rights era.
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Alysia Burton Steele
Alysia Burton Steele is the author of Delta Jewels: In Search of My Grandmother's Wisdom.
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Alastair Bruce sits down with Sam Haskell for a lively conversation.
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Documentarian Ken Burns talks about how reliving our history shapes our world of tomorrow.
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Singer-songwriter Paul Thorn mixes rock, gospel and blues to produce a unique sound.
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Ed Meek & Curtis Wilkie
Ed Meek & Curtis Wilkie speak of tumult caused by James Meredith's enrollment at Ole Miss.
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Sam Haskell speaks of his path to becoming a successful television executive.
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Concert pianist Bruce Levingston talks about growing up in Mississippi and stardom.
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Victoria Bynum's book has been made into a major motion picture, "Free State of Jones."
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Richard "Dickie" Scruggs
Dickie Scruggs talks about his time in prison and future plans since his release.
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