Sunday, April 5, 2009

Jews, Food and Ethics radio show-an update

Thanks to all of you who tuned in to listen to my Jews, Food and Ethics show on KBOO last weekend. I appreciate the support, particularly as this was my first-ever foray into a public affairs/interview-type show. I think, all things considered, that it went fairly well. I certainly learned a lot about how to do this kind of radio, and will put it to good use next time.

If you weren't able to catch the show live, it will be available on the Yiddish Hour site. I have to edit the show a bit before I can put it online, but because Passover is next week, I probably won't be able to get it up on our site before next weekend. However, I do want to assure you that the show will be available to download, and I'll post here when it's ready.

If you're interested in more information about any of the topics I discussed on the show, you can find links to my guests, the eco-kashrut movement and the Hekhsher Tzedek Initiative at our site. Click on the Playlists tab at the top of the page and you'll find a list of the music I played, along with the aforementioned links.

If you're Jewish, chag sameach. If not, happy spring.


Magpie Ima said...

Looking forward to downloading the show and listening because, naturally, I spaced it even though I had it on my calendar. "Tuning in" is not for me but downloading and listening when I have a free minute works quite well.

Liz said...

I think that's true for a growing number of people. We consume media differently now; everything is "on demand," and there's very little "destination radio" or TV anymore.

No worries; you'll get to hear it. Glad you want to!