Civil War Talk Radio

Civil War Talk Radio has made its archive of interviews available once again.  My interview with Gerry Prokopowicz from June 2006 can be found here.

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  • Jim Miller Oct 1, 2007

    Not all shows are yet fully archived. Many of the older shows have only the first of the 3 segments archived… for example the Jeff Shaara show is only the first segment… I’d love to hear the rest of the show some time… Hopefully they will fix the archive in the very near future.

  • Larry Cebula Oct 2, 2007

    My God, what a horror of web design that site is! It is a black irony that when you open a show the first two minutes are an advertisement for the company that designed the site. I don’t think so.

    Once you get past that–what a great resource. The Freeling interview was excellent. I liked the leisurely conversational pace of the interview. And what a great example of what can be done these days with a telephone and a PC.

  • Kevin Levin Oct 2, 2007

    The web design is indeed an absolute disaster. The commercial content is also something to be desired. That said, it’s not as bad as having to sit through a 5-minute commercial on erectile dysfunction products as I did during my last radio interview.

  • Larry Cebula Oct 2, 2007

    See, that could be useful…

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