On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Lindsey Thompson brings the sweet and the sour to the studio for a wide range of topics including how she has managed to build up lemonhearted.com, crying at Hamilton, and discovering Bjork in high school. Along with that, Bad Business Ideas™ are as realistic as always with only one entry involving robbing museums (this week). This episode was recorded on February 13, 2017, on WPRK FM.
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Giuliana Rossi visits the studio bright and early in the new year. On the docket? Travel mostly, with a little time set aside for millennials in the workplace, UCF’s hospitality program, and how we’re doing in the zombie demographic. So pack your bags, even if you end up leaving them for someone coming to visit here (listen to Bad Business Ideas™ for more on that). Listen up! This episode was recorded on January 2, 2017, on WPRK FM.
Romance is in the air on this episode of To a Certain Degree. Not between Nick and his guest Kristen Manieri, but between Kristen and all couples in the central Florida area. That sounds salty! Kristen gives us the overview on her site Orlando Date Night Guide and teases the new venture, the Discovery Club. You’re also in for some Bad Business Ideas™, Canadian music history, and plenty of laughs. This episode was recorded on November 21, 2016, on WPRK FM.
“Kids are creating language as best they can with the vocabulary that they have, with the experience they have. And I’m just trying to push and encourage and challenge them in a way that helps their writing, wherever it is, to evolve and to grow.”
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and To a Certain Degree is the most important show of the day. Here’s an episode that takes breakfast and gives it the Bad Business Ideas® treatment (starting at the 48 minute mark). Other topics we cover? Parenting, UCF, and cobbler, just to name a few. Oh, and racial equality. This episode of To a Certain Degree was recorded on October 24, 2016. You can tune in at 7am Mondays on WPRK and wprk.org.
Nick is joined by Orlando Montoya, a multimedia storytelling entrepreneur from Savannah. He has more than 20 years' experience in radio, mostly public, and is affiliated with SavannahPodcast.com, WHCJ 90.3 FM (Savannah State University) and Connect Savannah.