I’m going to be a guest on the Colin McEnroe Show Monday afternoon on Connecticut Public Radio. I’ll be there the whole hour from 1PM to 2PM. Be sure to call in with some interesting questions, or I’ll talk about my grandchildren for sixty minutes.
This is cool gig for me because I like the show and listen to it almost every day while I’m drawing. I pretty much only listen to NPR. The radio in my studio only receives three stations, two of them NPR and the other a religious station.
I used to watch sports guy Mike Francesa on the YES Network while I worked, but I’ve grown tired of all the yelling. I’ll watch him when baseball season starts so I can get information on the Yankees, but when the yelling starts, I’m outta there.
I know Colin McEnroe, worked with him at The Courant, been interviewed by him on radio before, read his column in the paper and am familiar with his approach. The person I’m looking forward to meeting is Chion Wolf. I have so many questions, like where’d you get that interesting name? And I love it when she says “W.”
“Drawing Fire: Bob Englehart’s 30 years at The Courant” at the Mark Twain House and Museum, Thursday, February 3rd, 2011 (snow date, February 10th.) It’s a fundraiser for the Mark Twain House. Tickets are $15 per person. Reception from 5:30PM to 6:30 PM and the illustrated talk, suitable for all ages, is in the lecture hall at 6:45PM. For more information or to order tickets, call the Mark Twain House and Museum at 860-247-0998.
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