On September 5 I published a post about my interview with Bob Batcher on WHRO TV’s show, “Norfolk Perspectives.”
Yesterday, I published the second of my “Notes from the Road” blogs, “Second Stop: Grand Rapids, Michigan.”
I have heard so many horror stories about bad interviewers; about important interviews, broadcast live, gone terribly wrong; about lack of preparation for taping; about hours of waiting in uncomfortable chairs in sweltering hot or freezing cold studios; of professional incompetence and personal rudeness, that I approached the Norfolk interview with some anxiety and a full dose of skepticism.
Even after Bob Batcher proved all my projected disasters unfounded, I still walked into Ms. Irwin’s studio without high expectations.
I was wrong–again.
Click on the link below to find out just how wrong:
Thank you, Shelley Irwin!
After you listen to me talk about Looking for Lydia; Looking for God