I remembered to document "Outside" show history and took a shot of our first guest, Phil Willink (right), before recording the second radio show.
That's me on the left. I had the camera along when Joel Greenberg and I recorded our pilot, which ended up being show 1, but I got so wound up that I forgot to have a photo taken.
But before show 2, when Willink guested and talked about Asian carp, I had an office staffer snap a photo. I think I will try to do that from now on.
Willink, from the fish division at The Field Museum, is back and joins us on a wide-ranging discussion on fish and water for show No. 3 for "Outside" at 4:30 p.m. today on WKCC-FM (91.1).
"Outside" airs from 4:30-5 p.m. Mondays on WKCC, a start-up public radio station in Kankakee.
This show fits perfectly in our general aim: filtering modern outdoors through our experience, then putting it in a historical context. In this case, there is also the broader context of Willink's world-wide experience with fish and water.
Click here for online listening options.
The live listening area is basically framed by I-80, Manhattan, near Dwight, Watseka and Cedar Lake, Ind. Click here to see the coverage map.
I feel like we settle into more of a comfort zone on this broadcast, show No. 3 of "Outside.".