Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Bexley, Ohio. Waldorf Schools. Departure of Berkeley Guest. Addition of Alaska Culture Correspondent.

Karen Sandys, Waldorf Schools.

Karen Sandys, our Berkeley house guest, returned to California on Tuesday. Amy Maurer interviewed Sandys about Waldorf Schools and her training as a Waldorf Schools teacher. Her interview was broadcast on WCRX-LP, 102.1 FM, Local Power Radio Bexley, Ohio.

During the radio broadcast Sandys also discussed how "Art, Education and Revolution" have been the consistent companions to her personal growth and exploration of life.

I received favorable comments from two listeners about the Sandys interview. Amy Maurer and I haven't had a post-production meeting since she interviewed Karen Sandys so I don't know the listener response Amy has received.

Joanna Tornes, Alaska Culture Correspondent.

The same day that Karen Sandys returned to California, the candidate for WCRX-LP Alaska culture correspondent signed a production contract with WCRX-LP, 102.1 FM, Local Power Radio.

Joanna Tornes is a Bexley native who now resides in Alaska. Tornes was interviewed on WCRX-LP, 102.1 FM Local Power Radio during her June visit to Bexley.

WCRX-LP, 102.1 FM, Local Power Radio listeners can expect monthly reports from Joanna beginning in September. She will report on local Alaska culture of interest to Bexley listeners.

Contact us.
WCRX-LP Editorial Collective
Bexley Public Radio Foundation operating as
WCRX-LP, 102.1 FM, Local Power Radio
2700 E. Main St., Suite 208
Columbus, OH 43209
Voice (614) 235 2929
Fax (614) 235 3008

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