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More Highlights for Greg Fishel

  • Exploring Climate Change documentary

    “Exploring Climate Change” is a documentary produced in 2015.

    From Raleigh, North Carolina to Barrow, Alaska and back again, WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel and photojournalist Richard Adkins traveled the continent looking for answers on climate change. They spoke to leading climate scientists, as well as religion experts to understand the science of climate change, what changes we can already see affecting our state and why such a divide exists between scientists and the general public.

  • WRAL Chief Meteorologist travels to the summit of Mount Washington

    WRAL Chief Meteorologist is known for his love of science and cold weather. His trip to the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire was a dream come true.

    This two part report (seen back-to-back) features Greg enjoying being in the cold northern regions, even to the point of helping residents shovel their snow. Then he traveled to the summit of Mount Washington, also known as “Home of the World’s Worse Weather.” Greg meets with fellow scientists and experiences the frigid, harsh conditions of the mountain.

    Photographer – Richard Adkins
    February 16, 2012

  • Fishel to Host Town Hall Meeting at NC Museum of Natural Science

    Greg Fishel will host the next meeting in his series of quarterly town hall meetings at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences on Thursday, December 1st at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. WRAL.com will livestream the
  • Action News 5 promo Image promo 1982

    This news image promo from 1982 blends behind-the-scenes video of the newsroom with video of community activity to illustrate the connection between WRAL News and the people it serves.

    In the video you will see a variety news anchors and reportors as well as behind-the-scenes production staff and news photographers.

  • NC Symphony Pops in the Park 2004 Greg Fishel and Bill Leslie

    Enjoy this presentation of Pops in the Park in 2004 by the North Carolina Symphony. The location is Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, North Carolina. “POPS” is a production of WRAL and UNC television. The musical theme for this performance is Irish.

    WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel served as emcee. Greg enjoys playing the tuba in his spare time. WRAL Morning News anchor Bill Leslie and the music group Lorica perform celtic inspired music composed by Bill Leslie.

    Pops in the Park concert was free to the public and aired on WRAL and WUNC on Labor Day weekend.

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