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  • WRAL Gardens Abloom in Person, in New Video and Online

    As the dramatic colors in the WRAL Azalea Gardens are reaching their peak, WRAL-TV Anchor Bill Leslie got together with photographer Bob Ayers for a visual and musical stroll down the piney paths in this 2017 production. WRAL.com VIDEO:  Amazing
  • WRAL-TV’s Leslie Honored by NC State Parks

    The NC State Parks has recognized WRAL-TV Anchor/Reporter Bill Leslie for his contributions to a documentary for the organization’s centennial. “Last year NC State Parks officials ask me to narrate ‘Here In This Place’– a 30 minute documentary detailing the
  • WRAL.com program LIVE@ with host Brian Shrader and guests Bill Leslie and Mark Roberts

    LIVE@ was a unique 10 minute program that streamed “live” from a mini-studio/control room on WRAL.com. The program was hosted by Brian Shrader. Most of the guests were staff members of WRAL-TV and WRAL.COM. The program was spontaneous, unscripted craziness! Guests would offer comments on fun happenings in the local community and offer critiques on movies and other entertainment events.

    This edition of LIVE@ appeared on WRAL.COM November 11, 2009. The guests were WRAL News anchor Bill Leslie and “Trafficologist” Mark Roberts. Bill and Mark wrote a song poking fun at self-centered news anchors who think a little too much about themselves. Enjoy!

  • Cape Hatteras Lighthouse move documented by WRAL photogs

    How do you document relocating the world’s largest brick lighthouse? WRAL did it with nine award winning photographers who traveled to Hatteras Island located on the Outer Banks off the coast of North Carolina. WRAL rented a cottage, rotated photographers so video could be shot on a daily basis for six months.

    WRAL made a deal with the National Park Service to document this amazing feat of engineering in American history. The agreement allowed WRAL’s news photographers complete access to the work site. They interviewed and followed engineers and construction workers as they moved the Cape Hatteras lighthouse back from the edge of the coast. The result was 93 hours of recorded video tape that was edited into news stories and a documentary.

    Watch and listen to the photographers tell their stories of working this historic assignment. News photographers: Richard Atkins, Terry Cantrell, Jay Jennings, Joe Frieda, Ed Wilson, John Cox, Mark Copeland, David Renner, Gil Hollingsworth. WRAL News anchor/reporter Bill Leslie is the reporter.

    September 1999

  • Billy Graham A Simple Country Preacher

    WRAL News anchor David Crabtree introduces this 1997 retrospective feature on Reverend Billy Graham. The documentary was produced, written, reported by WRAL News anchor/reporter Bill Leslie. Bill interviews Billy Graham, his daughter – Anne Graham Lotz, his son – Franklin Graham.

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