NPR Star Leonard Lopate #MeTooed Down to the Minors
May 28, 2018, 01:15 PM
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From a press release:

Leonard Lopate at Large is a collaboration between WPWL, the Pawling Public Radio FM station in Dutchess County, New York and Robin Hood Radio (the smallest NPR station in the nation) in Sharon, Connecticut.

Launching May 24, 2018, the first show will feature a discussion about the ecological interactions between plants and wildlife and the importance of sustaining native plants. Guests will be Douglas W. Tallamy, professor and chair of the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware (author of “Bringing Nature Home”) and Peter Muroski, owner of Native Landscapes in Pawling, New York.

There should be a sitcom or at least an SNL sketch about some guy who had clawed his way to the top of the greasy pole of New York City Public Radio fame but has now gotten #MeTooed down to interviewing experts on native plant sustainability at the smallest NPR station in the nation.

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