What an interesting experience that was. I have interviewed people from professors to politicians but have never been on the radio myself.
There were some technical problems in the beginning of the show but Mehdi, the technicians managed to get things straightened out. It is a co-op radio in Vancouver, B.C. which is 3,000 miles from here. The equipment is old but still functions.
I find it amazing how technology allows people to communicate from all corners of the world. Apparently this show is heard in 40 different countries and gets about 1500 hits a day.
All in all, a positive experience. My slot is near the beginning of the hour which was very considerate of the hosts as it was late here (after midnight). I used my limited skills in Spanish which I enjoyed very much as I haven't spoken Spanish for many years.
If you would care to hear the radio show, please go to:
Click on the radio show for Dec. 11th, enjoy the music and I hope you will enjoy hearing what I have to say. If you can, try to listen to near the end of the show, there is a young man talking through his poetry about bi-polar disease. I thought he was marvelous.
Thanks for dropping by.