Interview on 89.5 Monday or Tuesday


Friday afternoon, I taped an interview for "Studio Tulsa", an interview program on KWGS, FM 89.5, the local NPR affiliate. It runs daily from 11:30 to noon. My interview is scheduled to run Monday or Tuesday. The show website should be updated tomorrow morning with the list of this week's shows. If you can't pick up 89.5 over the airwaves, you can listen via the web.

Rich Fisher is the host of "Studio Tulsa", and he does a great job of setting his subject at ease. Like Brian Lamb on C-SPAN, Rich doesn't put himself front and center. He proceeds on the assumption that his guest has something interesting to say. He doesn't try to debate the guest but asks the questions an intelligent listener would want to ask, then gives the guest time to answer.

My half-hour behind the mike was relaxed and enjoyable, and I hope it comes across as well as it seemed to be going while the tape was rolling. Thanks to Rich Fisher and KWGS for the opportunity.

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