Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 10:41:09 -0600

Author: Paul Nord

Subject: Re: Click&Clack


That seems to explain why they never seem to get a bad connection and
never get some guy on a cell phone who gets disconnected half way
through the call. I suppose that they edit out the worst bloopers.


On Tuesday, November 12, 2002, at 10:02 AM, Wolfgang Rueckner wrote:

> No, it's not classified info! The show is taped every Wednesday.
> Although it's not "live" when aired, nevertheless the taped show is
> live in the sense that the callers are not rehearsed, scripted, or (as
> far as I've been able to tell) edited. When you call in, you're put
> on "hold" (but you hear everything that's going on the whole time
> while you're waiting -- i.e., other calls, as well as the hosts) and
> then you're given a cue when you're actually on. Wolfgang
>> 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.
>>> Wolfgang
>>>> Wolfgand,
>> I know all that.
>> What time is it when you call to talk to them, or is that classified
>> information?
>> Clarence P. Bennett
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