Sunday, March 20, 2016

Talking with PBS' White House Chronicle, WMNF's Life Elsewhere

Earlier this month, I had an enjoyable afternoon in Portland with Llewelyn King, host of the PBS interview program "White House Chronicle," which originates out of WHUT in Washington, DC. Mr. King came up to the studios of the Portland Press Herald to talk about American Nations, my book on American regionalism, and the interview is now available online.

"White House Chronicle" airs on 200 public and community television stations nationwide -- including WETA in Washington and Rhode Island Public Television -- as well as in audio on VOA and Sirius XM.

Earlier this week I had an enjoyable interview with Norman B, host of "Life Elsewhere", the syndicated public radio interview show originating out of Tampa's WMNF, on American Character and the current presidential race, a segment which ran in Tampa earlier today. Tomorrow -- Monday Mar. 21 -- you can hear it on Detroit's largest radio station, WROM at 7pm and, at 8 PT, on NWCZ radio, the Pacific Northwest podcast out of Tacoma, Washington.

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