Tuesday, August 11, 2009

On Martha Stewart Living Radio Today

Tuesday, August 11, 2009
6 comments

For those among you who have some available eartime this afternoon, I'll be appearing on the Martha Stewart Living Today radio show at 1 pm EST. The show is broadcast on Sirius Satellite Radio, channel 112.

Host Mario Bosquez is a bird enthusiast and he's always ready with a series of seasonally appropriate questions for me. We always take listener calls, usually with bird questions (866-675-6675). Today's topic will be "the birds of summer." I am relatively certain the topic of bald cardinals will come up during the interview.

If you want to listen, you can use Sirius' FREE 3-day subscription at http://www.sirius.com/freetrial/register

I've been on Mario's show a half-dozen times or so over the past few years, and have even done two of the interviews in the actual Sirius/MSL studio, which was very cool.

Drop me a note here if you hear the show today. I'd like to know if there's "anybody out there."

6 comments:

On August 11, 2009 at 1:33 PM Anonymous said...

Heard you today Bill! Great job! Too bad you didn't get to meet Martha.
--Anne

On August 11, 2009 at 7:23 PM Beth in NYC said...

Mario Bosquez used to be an anchor in one of the NYC local news broadcasts. I was really sorry to see him go but I'm glad he's got his own radio show. I didn't know he was a bird watcher - definitely another point in his favor!

On August 11, 2009 at 7:50 PM Dallas D said...

I signed up for the free trial and *then* realized that this isn't like a podcast on demand. Duh. I can't get the channel to play anyway though I tried hard to jump through the hoops.
I have a bald cardinal in my yard and I think I have had one for the previous 2 summers also - I just didn't get binos on him to see that he had no feathers, not black feathers. This year I actually got a picture.
Do write about them please.
Thanks for great blogging!

On August 12, 2009 at 9:48 AM Nancy Ortiz said...

Yes, please write about the bald cardinals. These birds are year-round residents in SWGA, and frequent visitors to my backyard. It would be good to know if I could offer a specific food or a food supplement that could help them. I can't see how being bald could be good for them. Certainly not for their egos!

On August 13, 2009 at 1:30 AM Christena said...
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