Radio host Lilycat interviewed me recently about my writing on FCC Free Radio.
The show ran live on September 18, broadcast from their studios in the Civic Center/UN Plaza District in downtown San Francisco. For two hours, we talked, she played music, and I read three stories from my book, Showdown at Shinagawa: Tales of Filming from Bombay to Brazil.
Lilycat, aka Melinda Adams, hosts a weekly show, called “Lilycat on Stuff,” every Sunday at noon. Once a month, she hosts authors like myself from Left Coast Writers.
FCC Free Radio, an Internet-based radio station, is home to over 50 original programs each week, that produce more than 1,000,000 listeners per month. Melinda recorded the whole broadcast, which is now available as a podcast.
More about FCC Free Radio, from their website:
FCCFREE RADIO opened in July 2008 as a pirate radio station at 107.3 FM with 3 shows and a dream to be San Francisco’s number one radio station, but the FCC came and told them NO!! So FFR transformed into San Francisco’s #1 designation for podcasting and internet broadcasting.
When Google calls you an “Iconic Staple of San Francisco” and a “Frontrunner in Internet Broadcasting” there must be a reason! Tune in and find out why.
FFR has podcasts that range from talk, comedy, sex, health, politics, sports, indie, hip hop , classic rock and back again. We have some of the best radio talent in San Francisco, They are hosting some of the best radio you have ever heard! They also have the first host that did internet broadcasting of comedy. John Miller has the “Longest Running Podcast” The John Miller Program. This show started in 1997.