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Special Holiday Podcast (12-20-09):
It's a Wonderful Slice of
'It's a Wonderful Life'
Mike does the entire movie in about 12 minutes.
Producer Heather Frey plays Mary and special
guest star, radio show host Scott Austin joins
the festivities. Oh, yeah. There are a few WCPT
characters in the background singing
"Auld Lang Syne." I don't know how they
got into the studio. Honest.

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The Mike Nowak Show Podcasts

The entry page for audio files of Mike Nowak's full shows on WCPT Radio, Chicago.

If you missed a show or just want to browse through some past shows, here they are, in their entirety. (Since this is new, we're working out the bugs. If you have any complaints, comments, or suggestions email the webmaster. Please.)

Download October 9, 2011 10-12-2011 (39.88 MB)

Duration: 116:10 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 48 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ

October 9, 2011

  • Beth Botts fills in for Mike today. Mary Eysenbach, Director of Conservatories for the Chicago Park District, talks about the One Pane at a Time campaign to repair the Garfield Park Conservatory. Lynn McClure, Midwest regional director of the National Parks Conservation Association, expounds on the wonders of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Angela Mason, director of community gardening for the Chicago Botanic Garden, talks about fall and winter vegetable growing.


    Keywords: Chicago, Beth Botts, Garfield Park Conservatory, Mary Eysenbach, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Chicago Botanic Garden, vegetables, Green Youth Farm