Eddie Selover discusses the PechaKucha Orlando experience on WPRK during this episode of To a Certain Degree. The format is unique - 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide - and the speakers are as local as it gets. Listen to this episode as you buy your tickets for the next one!
This episode was recorded on February 4, 2019, on WPRK FM. You can listen to the entire interview here and also subscribe via Apple or Google. See SKIP: On Insta On the Facebook https://www.instagram.com/p/BtdqkR7AZuQ/
The KitchenKillaz stop by the WPRK studios to share their story, a couple of songs, and more. Billy and the Commodore are funny and charming guys that will come to your house on Friday for a free concert. Assuming you have a kitchen, of course.
Orlando has a lot of storytelling events, and you may know Jesse James Allen from a few of them. He's not only on stage spinning yarns at events like Orlando Story Club, he also catches those spun yarns at other events as well. By the end of this episode, you will understand the ins and outs of projection mapping, hear realistic solutions to getting over your fear of public speaking including time travel and cutthroat smart homes, and gain insight on how Foley work is done on video game productions. And that's just the tip of the yarn.
One of the most delicious episodes ever for To a Certain Degree. That's because the culinary director and co-owner of Orlando Meats, Eliot Hillis, is the guest. Under his direction, Orlando Meats has a philosophy of using every possible bit of the animal. Just like this podcast!
Chances are, you’ve seen Delila Smalley at markets around Orlando. She makes remarkable living jewelry, great pottery, and more under the Urban Apothecary brand. We touch on her experiences in teaching, creativity across multiple media, and much more. This episode was recorded on December 24, 2018, on WPRK FM.