The following radio interviews took place discussing recent Coach House Players productions, events and history:
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These audio files go back several years
The first link for each interview is extracted and edited from either the online radio archive or a recording provided by the radio station.
The linked file will play using your default MP3 application. You may also download it to your computer (using your browser’s “Save target as…” or “Save link as…” function, usually found on the right-mouse-button menu). You may then play it using MP3 application of your choice.
Interviews downloaded from online archives (like from WGHQ) also have a link to the full interview (usually about two hours) from the original source.
If you have recordings of other past interviews (MP3 or other digital format) e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org
If the interview is with WGHQ (or any other station that has a digital archive), just send me the date of the interview and I should be able to link to and/or capture it.
(Note: It would not hurt to check with the station engineer to be sure the interview IS being digitally archived — sometimes their archiving server is unavailable. In that case the engineer can record it.)
If the interview will be on a station that does not have a digital archive (like WKNY), ask the station engineer to record a copy of the show before the interview takes place.
Coach House Players is always in need of volunteers to help out in all capacities. If you have some free time and would like to be involved in any aspect of the theater, please give us a call and leave a message at (845) 331-2476, or send an e-mail to email@example.com