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A Pirate's Life for Me!
2013-2014 Season

A Pirate’s Life for Me! is a half-hour radio show that features interviews with noteworthy East Carolina alumni. 

A Pirate’s Life For Me! airs Friday evenings from 6:00–6:30 p.m. in eastern North Carolina on Pirate Radio 1250 and 930 AM or worldwide on www.PirateRadio1250.com. Pirate Radio is owned and operated by two East Carolina alumni.

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Previous interviews:
2012-2013 season
2011-2012 season
2010-2011 season
2009-2010 season
2008-2009 season
2007-2008 season

2006-2007 season
2005-2006 season
 

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  August 2: Carmin Black '07, co-founder of Half United, a nonprofit that provides meals to children by selling handmade jewelry
     

  August 9: Nadia Payne '06, childcare director for the Atlanta Children's Center, one of Atlanta's "Top 30 Under 30 Nonprofit Leaders"
     

  August 16: Antwan Bethea '10, cast member of Tony-nominated Bring It On: The Musical
     

  August 23: Brooklyn Bagwell '11, casting director for Doomsday Preppers
     

  August 30: Dr. Sam Sears, professor and director of health psychology at ECU, recipient of the UNC Board of Governors O. Max Gardner Award
     
    September 6: Tracy Davidian '96, dentist in Raleigh and founder of Helene Foundation
     

  September 13: Ethan Lenker '06, superintendent of Pitt County Schools
   
  September 20: Bill Furr '65, co-founder of Cumulus Fibres, Inc. and 2013 Distinguished Service Award recipient
     
  September 27: Alex Freedman '10, media relations specialist for Pitt Community College and former anchor at WNCT-TV9
     

  October 4: J. Fielding Miller '84, co-founder and CEO of CAPTRUST Advisors and 2013 recipient of the Outstanding Alumni Award
     

  October 11: Marlene True '08, executive director of Pocosin Arts
     

  October 18: Cole Phelps '09, Washington County commissioner
     
  October 25: George Whitfield '59, former baseball coach and 2013 Outstanding Alumni Award recipient
     

  November 1: Julie Fowler '99, director of the ECU Child Development Center
     

  November 8: Carl Caulk '89, assistant director of judicial security for the U.S. Marshals
     

  November 15: Laura Brinn '99, director of global communications at Duke University
     

  November 22: Ryan Willhite '12, police chief of Winterville
     

  December 6: Jodi Hollnagel-Jubran '98, sculptor and creator of the Pirate statue at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium
     

  January 10: Terry Yeargan '79, member of the ECU Board of Trustees
     

  January 24: Dr. James Delgado '85 and Dr. Hans Van Tilburg '95, NOAA maritime researchers who assisted in the discovery of a WWII Japanese submarine off the coast of Hawaii
     

  February 14: Steven Combs '92, director of the criminal justice standards division of the North Carolina Department of Justice (NCDOJ)
     

  February 28: Aaron Wilson, Ravens reporter for the Baltimore Sun
     

  March 14: Brent Lubbock '03, membership and marketing manager at Sylvan Heights Bird Park and Sylvan Heights Waterfowl Society
     
  March 28: Jim Bazluki '90, '93, recently inducted into the NC Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame
     

  April 11: Larry Clapp '72, founder of One Day Apparel
     

  April 25: Sage Onderdonk '00, senior styling director for men's and children's departments at JC Penney
     
  May 9: Robbie Delaney '06, founder and head distiller of Muddy River Distillery

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