Favorite t-shirts seems like an easy topic, but there are a lot of nuances to it. All time faves? Just ones you currently own? Are they in the current rotation, or are they retired somewhere because they don't fit right now or are too embarrassing to wear? Victoria Walsh, who could make her own t-shirts with rope, is back in the studio to discuss her best shirts, and some local makers chime in as well. This episode was recorded on April 1, 2019, on WPRK FM. To a Certain Degree is a weekly radio show on WPRK featuring makers, artists, and professionals who are doing something neat. It’s hosted by Nick Georgoudiou, and you can listen live every Monday on 91.5 FM in the Orlando area, or stream it on wprk.org.
Hops. Delicious, nutritious, and healthy. Also, the subject of this episode with enthusiast and the man behind Florida Hops, Richard M. Smith. He not only grows hops and helps other people do the same, he's on a mission to bring more to Florida (where they were previously thought to be ungrowable). This episode was recorded on March 25, 2019, on WPRK FM.
This episode of Odd Numbers is brought to you by Asimov and Le Guin and Heinlein. Yes, it's a science fiction episode with returning guest Hap Aziz. He's as knowledgeable as he is polite. He may actually be from the future.
Inviting people, whether strangers or old friends, to be on your podcast is a fairly straightforward process. Here are a few ideas that may help streamline the process and avoid some of the mistakes I made along the way. This process may seem like overcommunication and effort. However, most of what I send are templated… Continue reading How to invite a guest to your podcast
This episode was recorded on March 11, 2019, on WPRK FM. You can listen to the entire interview here and also subscribe via Apple, Google, or Spotify. Sometimes you meet people and you know immediately that you'd get along like gangbusters. That was the case when I met artists Samantha Shumaker and Ryan Semple at… Continue reading Samantha Shumaker
Thirteen is always a lucky number if you get to talk to Bob Kodzis. One of the most curious and kindest souls you'll ever meet, he returns to the studio to discuss the power of putting yourself out there. Does he practice what he preaches? Absolutely! Darn the torpedoes, and don't worry about the perceived embarrassment, just take the leap and look out below.