“Radio gives you your language. It’s a perfect medium for it: poetry, comedy, narrative, or just everyday yammering and gnashing of teeth. You tend to remember what you hear whereas TV distracts you by flashing pictures at you and doing camera acrobatics. People sometimes tell me stories I told them on the radio years ago. Quite astonishing. TV has attention deficit disorder built into it, unfortunately.”

Garrison Keillor in an ‘interview’ with the BBC offering support and good feelings to podcasters everywhere.

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