Voice for Radio and a Face to Match 8


on air sign radio show, sign from radio show displaying on-airRadio is one of my favorite media formats, both to listen to and also to appear on. In my past lives, both in politics and law, I have had plenty of opportunities to be interviewed by print, radio and television.

Radio is simply just a lot of fun.

As the saying goes… voice for radio… and face to match.

Luma, the wonderful host of the Morning Expresso show on Spin Jordan, had me on her program for a few segments last week to talk about my travels, this blog, and the Ultimate Train Challenge. It was an absolute blast.

She and her crew then went above and beyond and cut me the audio of my performances, so I could share it with all of you. So for those of you that have never heard my voice before, take a listen. The whole thing runs about 20 minutes.

luma from spin jordan radio station on-air

the lovely and talented Luma

Here is my logistical issue, however. This is my first attempt at loading up an audio clip on this website.

Immediately below are two media players that you can click play (and fast forward) right here in this post. The problem is that I can’t see them in my preview panel, so I am not sure the coding worked. I went with every option I could manage, in the hopes that one would work properly.

EDIT: it appears to be working, but tell me if you have any problems where you are listening. Thanks.

Hope you enjoy.

Interview with Spin Jordan in Amman by goseewrite

 

 

Me on radio… see why I put the audio before the photo?

michael hodson interview on radio spin jordan

I am currently in Jordan. Here is my Jordan Travel Guide. I did appear, a little, on my Trans-Manchurian video.


About Michael Hodson

Iā€™m an attorney that took off on my birthday in December of 2008 to circumnavigate the globe without ever getting on an airplane. After 16 months, 6 continents and 44 countries, I made it all the way back home. Right now, I am back on the road writing about it all.

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