Carole King Hits the Airwaves for NREPA
NEW YORK, NY - Carole King was interviewed this week (Nov. 2, 2009) on the radio to talk about the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act (NREPA).
First in the lineup is an interview by host Neil Conan on NPR’s Talk of the Nation.
Talk of the Nation is a two-hour midday news-talk radio program in the United States, airing on National Public Radio. From politics and public service to education, religion, music and healthcare, Talk of the Nation offers call-in listeners the opportunity to join enlightening discussions with decision-makers, authors, academicians, and artists from around the world. Be sure to check here for your local radio station affiliate, as some stations have a different broadcast schedule. The program aired on Tuesday, November 3rd.
Next, Carole appeared on The Alan Colmes Show, hosted by Alan Colmes (of Hannity & Colmes fame) on Fox News Radio. The Alan Colmes Show is a nationally-syndicated, late night news-talk radio program in the United States, airing on Fox News Radio. The liberal show features commentary by Colmes, numerous callers, and interviews with guests. The program aired on Thursday, November 5th at 11:00pm ET/8:00pm PT. You can also listen to The Alan Colmes Show coast-to-coast on XM Satellite Radio Channel 168 and Sirius Satellite Radio Channel 145.
Winding up the radio programs this week will be an interview with Leonard Lopate of WNYC Radio. The Leonard Lopate Show is a mid-day talk radio program in the United States, airing on WNYC. It features conversational interviews with cultural icons and experts in their fields, covering a broad range of topics. The program aired on WNYC Radio (93.9 FM and AM 820) on Friday, November 6th at 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT. You can also hear The Leonard Lopate Show on XM Satellite Radio Channel 133 every weekday from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm ET.
View to Carole's interview with Leonard here.
For more information on NREPA, please visit the Alliance for the Wild Rockies website .
You can read the text of NREPA at the Library of Congress website.