I was honored to be one of those who spoke during an eight-minute segment on the anti-German hysteria of World War I broadcast Friday, April 7, on NPR. In it, I discussed the names of streets with German streets that were Anglicized. The in-depth piece showed the typical excellent of NPR and included stories fromContinue reading “My broadcast on national radio”
Monthly Archives: April 2017
Update on NPR WWI segment
Hey, everybody. It appears the NPR segment on German Americans in WW I I talked about in a post earlier this week will be on at about 5:20 p.m. EDT. It doesn’t look like I’ll be on, which is fine with me. But it still seems like it’ll be worth tuning in.
Finally, I’m on NPR
Good things come to those who wait, or so the saying goes. It’s true with me. In a few days, a 2-1/2-year-old interview of me will air on NPR. In June of 2014, NPR’s All Things Considered Senior Host Robert Siegel interviewed me about Beer, Brats, and Baseball: German-Americans in St. Louis and my workContinue reading “Finally, I’m on NPR”