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Friday, March 4, 2011

Ark. Times Week in Review Podcast: new and improved

Posted By on Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 5:34 PM

After two early outings fraught with sound problems, we're finally inching closer to what we want the podcast to sound like.

This week, I talk to Max about Mike Huckabee's latest and greatest gaffes, dissension among state Republicans and H.U. Queer Press. Also, I visit with Times music editor John Tarpley, who provides a preview of tonight's Musicians Showcase finals. And in the last segment, I talk, via phone, about the latest in Hogland with Little Rock native Matt Besser, a wickedly funny comedian and die-hard Razorback fan.

I'm in the processing of adding the podcast to iTunes. I'll update the post with a link when it's live.

In the meantime, stream or download it below.

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