It’s been some years since Alan Mitsugi passed away, and things happened here and there where we have seen the dust grow in the archives here.
Not anymore. We’re putting the fans and dust filters to work and getting the dust out of the studio.
Stay Tuned! More things to come.
We are going to experiment with Google Hangouts on-air as a test to see if the program will work.
Results will be posted here.
I’m sorry we have been promising to put stuff on here, and as we look back on the episodes, we will catch this blog up.
As of now, I am no longer a student at Ashford University…the good news is that I may be at Mississippi State University sooner than I expected.
Here’s lookin’ at you kid!
We’ll be on tonight! Have had some issues health-wise, tech wise, and time wise.
And an open invitation was sent to Erik Estrada from CHiPs to appear on our Monday Night show.
I’m also going to produce a show with Angela Davis, author and friend of mine, about her book “The Price Of The Call”, the story of her journey to get to the appointed office she has in the ministry. It is quite inspirational and you will enjoy our discussion. I’ll pre-tape the broadcast and put it up soon…check listings.
Until then, Hands on Signaling Devices!
I have been resting my voice a good bit, with school and other things taking place.
However, it is gravely, and it is very hoarse.
I apologize, but there will be no show Tuesday or Wednesday of this week as I recover.
We will try again the following Tuesday.
I Was Ready to return to the air, but apparently, my voice wasn’t.
Therefore, until next week, we are still on a bit of a break.
Due to some rash of technical issues with various places, and a chaotic schedule at least until after the November 4th General Election, Don’t Touch That Dial is taking a break to regroup.
In the meantime, Bill and I will be looking at some places to back up our ability to broadcast. We will experiment, and we will bring you in on the latest when we return the week After the November 4th General Elections.
Please e-mail us if you have ideas of what we can cover during the show.