For starters, here’s Jay Kernis, the senior VP of programming at National Public Radio:
Click here: (9 1/2 minutes) to listen to the interview.
Also in attendance was a contingent of BBC World Service cognoscenti, who brought their own brand of blunt charm to the affair. Key among the charmers was Phil Harding, director of English Network and News.
Click here: (7 minutes) to listen to the interview.
But with Elisabeth Perez-Luna in attendance, the Americans were able to hold their own. Currently, she’s the news director and the executive producer of national radio programming at WHYY:
Click here: (12 minutes) to listen to the interview.
And there’s more!
- WUNC’s George Boosey, Nikki Shields of Maine Public Radio & Michael Arnold of PRI
- the BBC’s Liliane Landor, On Point’s Karen Shiffman & Eric Nuzum of NPR
- Iowa Public Radio’s Todd Mundt, Jackie Sauter with NCPR & MPR’s Andrew Haeg
- Maria Thomas of NPR & Lucio Mesquita of the BBC.
Note: to read a PRX review of my interview with Jackie Sauter (part 4) click here:Tags: bbc, elisabeth perez-luna, jay kernis, jenny attiyeh, npr, phil harding, public radio, thoughtcast, ThoughtCast Shorts, whyy