Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 11:00:48 -0500

Author: Gerald Zani

Subject: Re:Click&Clack


They've been on-the-air a long time. Back in 1985 the show was originally
local to Boston. I was a devoted listener then and it was fairly easy to
get on the show. When I did not get on air they would have a technical
person field my question. The free tech help was always available. Ray
and Tom, both engineering graduates from MIT, have a good science
bent. They cringe and squirm when Wolf calls. Jerry

At 10:22 AM 11/12/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>I suspect that the actual taping does NOT coincide with any actual airing
>of the show.
>You phone them and leave a message and they 'get back to you' and might
>even be setting up an actual time for you to 'call in' your question.
>This is speculation - but I am QUITE sure that the hour that we hear is
>not a contiguous hour of taping.
>And were they REALLY surprised to get the astronaut call ? - I think NOT!
>Hey - it's a great show - I'm just naturally a bit cynical - especially
>when it comes to 'call in' shows.
>At 9:29 AM -0500 11/12/02, Wolfgang Rueckner wrote:
>>The program is syndicated and airs different times and days, depending on
>>your local NPR station. Here in the Boston area it's on WBUR, Sat @ 11
>>am and 7 pm and again on Sun @ 6 pm.
>>>AT what day and hour is the program performed?
>>>I hear it at 10:00 AM on Saturday, but that means nothing in these days
>>>of random access recording.
>>>Clarence Bennett
>>>Oakland University
>>>Rochester, Michigan
>>>248 370 3418

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