CCM Felt Hats on WNTK Talk Radio’s Twin State Journal

Fiber artist, Carrie Cahill Mulligan joins printmaker, Matt Brown, at his home in Lyme, New Hampshire, for the 2nd Annual League of New Hampshire Craftsmen's Open Studio Tour, Veteran's Day Weekend, 2006.  During our League of NH Craftsmen’s Open Studio Tour last weekend, Matt Brown and I bumped into the esteemed Dr. Janine Weins, whom we both know through tai chi classes at Long Wind Farm, in East Thetford, New Hampshire.

Janine is also the long-time host of talk radio’s “Twin State Journal,” which airs daily 6-7 pm on FM 99.7 & AM 1490 here in the Upper Valley, and she kindly invited Matt & I to join her to talk about our work and upcoming fine craft events in the area.

Twin State Journal is a live interview program that originates from WNTK’s Talk Radio studios in Lebanon, New Hampshire. The mission of Twin State Journal is to entertain the listeners while introducing them to the people, places, businesses and events that make the WNTK and WUVR listening area a special place in which to live and work.

Dr. Janine Weins joined WNTK in March of 1991 and for more than a decade she was the sole host of Twin State Journal. She has interviewed more than two thousand guests including First Lady Barbara Bush, President Clinton, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich,  Astronaut Jay Buckey, Captain Kangaroo Bob Keeshan, nationally acclaimed herbalist Happy Griffiths and Glass Blower Simon Pearce.Carrie Cahill Mulligan picks blueberries in her signature brown Heirloom Handknit felt Hat at Wonder Lake in Denali Park, Alaska, 2002.

I am pleased and humbled to join the ranks of Janine Weins‘ radio guests tomorrow night:

Wednesday, November 15, 2007, live from 6-7 pm. 

You can also listen live online anytime…

And if you do catch it, be sure to let me know… this is my first radio interview!

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