Posts Tagged ‘africa’

Episode 65, Paul

October 24, 2013

It’s the sixty-fifth time we’ve gotten together for a half-hour of top-notch entertainment! Need we say more? Okay, if you insist. This episode we speak with former Detective Sergeant Paul Mahoney. He ran undercover operations in Denver and along side the FBI and ATF against drug gangs during the crack epidemic and later worked for the State […]

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Episode 60, Leslye

March 22, 2013

For our sixtieth (but far from the last) episode, we speak with Leslye Obiora, Ph.D., a person committed to community and women’s equality. Law professor, a former cabinet minister for The Republic of Nigeria, founder of the gender equality program at The World Bank… oh, there’s a lot more. We discuss the law and the […]

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Episode 8, Tom

July 16, 2011

Our guest is one of the greats in sound, Tom Clack. We talk about early days at BBC, MTV and traveling the world to record sounds. He performs the sound play in this episode, so you won’t want to miss that. Meanie the Clown drops by, there’s a sound quiz and Mikie tries some field […]

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