Tapestry is a CBC national radio program which explores the big questions in philosophy, religion and spirituality. Yesterday, the show broadcast the first episode of its 18th season. I prepared one of the segments, my first for a national radio program.
The episode is a look at ashes and cremation. I interviewed a Hindu priest from Guyana about the difficulties he faced when releasing his father’s ashes into Lake Ontario 15 years ago.
One of the producers at Tapestry (Carma Jolly) coached me through the interviewing and editing process and did some mixing after I finished. It sounds like she decided to keep most of what I’d done intact for the final version. Which is gratifying, because she’s very very good at this.
Hope you like it.