Friday, March 27, 2015

I Was Interviewed on "A Savory Spotlight!"

Tina Sansone, whom I know from the Council for Advancement of Forensic Genealogy and its Forensic Genealogy Institute, and her colleague Sheri Savory cohost an Internet radio talk show called A Savory Spotlight.  They interview guests from a variety of backgrounds — travel, DNA analysis, entertainment — including genealogy.  Tina invited me last year to be a guest on the show, and we finally synched our schedules for March 24.

It was a lot of fun!  Tina and Sheri are very gracious hosts, and I was able to do something I enjoy a lot — share my enthusiasm for the work I do as a professional genealogist.

Tina has let me know that the interview is now available online in a variety of formats.  So if you missed the original broadcast and want to hear a little about my work and background, you have options:

• A synopsis of the March 24 program and links to listen online or download the audio file are here.

• The Podcast version of the broadcast is here.

• And if you use the Stitcher app, the link you want to use is here.

My segment runs from about 22:10 to 42:18.

A Savory Spotlight airs regularly on LA Talk Radio on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time.  Tina and Sheri have guests representing a wide range of interests.  Some recent guests were from the Museum of Danish America,, a high school competitive robotics team from Mississippi, and a running team participating in the Los Angeles Marathon.

If you are interested in being on A Savory Spotlight, Tina and Sheri will be happy to talk to you.  Information about the program and how to contact them is on the Web site for A Savory Spotlight.  Then I'll be able to listen to you!

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