Ooops _ I meant to say Senator Milne was speaking in September. I know I
did say the first meeting of the year but I was a bit befuddled trying to
throw all that in when Judy had already said goodbye and thank you!!!
Hope I didn't mess up too badly.
P.S. The producer said she liked me so much she is trying to get me a spot
on Wild Rose Country as the guest on the phone-in show. So maybe I'll have
another kick at the can to get it right!
]On Behalf Of Xenia Stanford
Sent: August 1, 2003 2:17 PM
; william campbell
Subject: RE: AFHS ON CBC RADIO - Monday Aug 4
Now I know how this works! The producer asks you a bunch of questions for
which you prepare and the host asks either different questions or different
order! So the interview was over and she was saying good bye and thanks and
I said oh just a minute may I plug our society. Luckily she said yes and I
gave the url and said to join to learn how to work the right way - backwards
instead of forwards (this will make sense when you hear the rest of the
interview if they don't cut any). So the technicians said to the host to
copy down the address so it could be announced again and they told me as I
left that it will be put up on the CBC website and also will be mentioned
several times. I also gave the spiel about Senator Milne opening the library
at its new site and that she is to be our speaker in June and I also
mentioned the 10 beginner and 10 regular programs.
I did this in a rush at the end but they assured me they will plug it on our
behalf. Also the whole morning will be devoted to names and they were just
going into the interview with someone (whose name I should know but it
escapes me) who just finished a book on Alberta place names. So should be an
interesting morning for the early birds. They plan to have my/our segment on
at 7:15 a.m.
]On Behalf Of william campbell
Sent: July 31, 2003 10:18 PM
Subject: AFHS ON CBC RADIO - Monday Aug 4
CBC Radio1 (AM 1010) will broadcast their Eye Opener show, province-wide,
on Heritage Day Monday
Aug 4 from 6 to 8:30 am.
One of the feature segments will be 'What's In A Name' and will include an
interview with host Judy Aldous and our own
inimitable Xenia Stanford.
Start your Heritage Day right and tune in on Monday morning for an
exhilarating discussion on our favourite topic.
William A. Campbell
Calgary, Alberta, Canada