ADDENDUM: CHRISTMAS EVE INTERVIEW
Don Lewis, “The Turtle Guy,” talks about turtles, large and small, and efforts to save endangered sea turtles.
NPR’s Mindy Todd
Photo by Dorene Sykes
Mindy Todd of the Cape and the Island National Public Radio station hosts a live, daily program called the Point. Join Mindy, weekdays at 9:30am and a repeat broadcast at 7:30pm, for lively and informative discussion on critical issues for Cape Cod & the Islands. She welcomes your phone calls at 866-999-4626 and e-mails at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can listen to the Point live and on-line by clicking here.
On Christmas Eve, Mindy will host Don Lewis of Turtle Journal to talk turtles. The conversation is sure to cover the sea turtle stranding season in which nearly 200 endangered turtles have washed ashore on Massachusetts beaches. Rumors abound that Don will be accompanied by four reptilian companions, representative hatchlings from each local turtle species that Turtle Journal has rescued this fall. Their nicknames (Painted, Snappy, Boxie and Notch) hint at their genetic origins.
Don’t miss the Point on Thursday, December 24th, on FM 90.1, 91.1 or 94.3 … or listen on-line by clicking here at 9:30 am. The show will be rebroadcast at 7:30 pm on Christmas Eve. If you miss these broadcast opportunities, the program will be posted on the Point web page a couple of days after the original broadcast.