In The News
May seem a bit complicated. If you have realpayer it will be easier. Hopefully the BBC RADIO PLAYER will launch with the program "Newsdrive" from Fri 23 Jun-16:00. Then if it starts can use the triangle "play" button to fast forward to 1:54:26...that should be where the segment of me stuttering begins.
(link not active...they only archive for 7 days anyway)
July 12, 2006
Had a 20 minute live interview with "Lisa & Dave" on the NEW 97.5 FM WJIM out of Lansing (MICHIGAN)...though Lisa barely spoke. Kathleen adressed Dave's questions on teaching time; digital vs analog...(who knows why he asked?). She teaches both by the way.
July 18, 2006
Another Live radio interview with Dave Wilson. This time with WIBC newsradio 1070 out of Indianapolis (INDIANA). It was rather brief, but I am still amused being on the radio.
August 4, 2006
Yet another Live radio interview, this time with "Bulldog". FM 98.1 out of Ocean City, Maryland. It was on the "Rude Awakening" program, which was far from rude. Bulldog was very pleasant.
November 16, 2006
An interview with Sheila Shulman for her "Ann Arbor Lifestyles" segment. Funny, WLBY bills itself as "Ann Arbor's
LIBERAL Talk Radio"... sorry, I don't listen to AM radio, so I wasn't certain about "Ann Arbor Lifestyles"... I thought it could be a euphemism. heehee!
(it's not). The show focusses on fun and unique features and events in Ann Arbor. More info here.

It was a fun interview. As far as I can tell, the urban fairies are neither "liberal" nor "conservative".

The 39 minute show should air at noon on Saturday, November 25, 2006

No web-site to speak of.
December 7, 2006
I stopped by the Food Gatherers "Rockin' for the Hungry" event at Busch's to drop of the fairies' donation and Adam Rey let me be on the radio and read their message.

Coincidentally, Adam was working the sound board at the 1290AM interview! I did not realize he was also a!
A really nice guy.
August 15, 2009
interviewed by Lucy Ann Lance on
1290 AM radio
(I see they changed their tag line to "business")
the Lucy Ann Lance Show
September 23, 2009
Mockery on "Rumble in the Morning" from Virginia. They referred to me as a "fairy hunter". Heh heh.


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