This episode features Tony Brent of the Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show doing the quizzing, and Michelle Christoph doing the answering. You may know her from the Yarn Lounge as well as Olive & Two Ewe Studios. Enjoy!
This is a special edition of To a Certain Degree called Odd Numbers featuring special guest Marc with a C. We played some music to play, and we discussed lyrics that stopped us in our tracks.
The 1812 Overture has become a mainstay in Fourth of July celebrations, but it's a celebration of Russian independence. It premiered on August 20th, 1882, under a tent in Moscow to honor an impressive military win. The composition is the focus of this Pop Quiz from To a Certain Degree. Listen to Benoit Glazer (https://timucua.com/) ask the questions, with Nick and special guest Lee Perry (https://fleetfarming.org/) answering.
This episode of To a Certain Degree sees Nick interview filmmaker, performance artist, writer, storyteller, and all around renaissance guy Banks Helfrich. And he's funny, so you're in for a treat when you listen to this episode. I guess then it's a treat for your ears? And your brain. And maybe your hands, if you want to gesticulate wildly along with the recording. That's a really good idea for a podcast, hand signals for the listener. Can we get someone on that? This episode was recorded on September 10, 2018, on WPRK FM. To a Certain Degree is a weekly radio show on WPRK featuring makers, artists, and professionals who are doing something neat. You can listen live every Monday on 91.5 FM in the orlando area, or stream it on wprk.org. Consider subscribing to the show on itunes, or Google Play. And visit toacertaindegree.com, where you can also find past shows and information on upcoming appearances.
Did you know that host of the show Nick Georgoudiou is part sasquatch? This quiz, featuring Nicole Dupre of Opera del Sol and Anthony Bencomo of Deli Fresh Threads gets to the root of the matter.
Knitting. Is it magic? To a Certain Degree host Nick puts that question to Michelle Christoph of Olive and Two Ewe Studios and the Yarn Lounge. The short answer is yes. The long answer is this podcast. This episode was recorded on August 27, 2018, on WPRK FM.