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Got to record Allen Tanner, defense attorney for Ronald Ray Howard for the Slow Burn Podcast. The tape sync was done at his law office in Houston with a Zoom F6. The episode was picked up on Pushkin Industries’ “Broken Record”
This is the second part of a Tape Sync Douglas Robertson recorded for NPR’s All Things Considered in an interview with Robert Siegel The first part of the Tape Sync on NPR’s All Things Considered.
Honored to record a tape sync of Secretary of State James A. Baker III for NPR’s All Things Considered in an interview with Robert Siegel and Chris Whipple about his new book “The Gatekeepers: How the White House chiefs of … Continue reading
I was honored to be asked by Death, Sex and Money to record Dr. Jonathan Clark at the Center For Space Medicine. He shared his experiences as the husband of Laurel Clark, one of the crew of space shuttle Columbia’s … Continue reading
Douglas Robertson recorded a tape sync between Kai Ryssdal Host/Senior Editor of Marketplace and Curt Mowery of Mowery Farms Rosharon, TX. They discuss the uses of petroleum on the farm.
Presented by WBUR‘s Kind World online experiment, the story of skydive instructor Dave Hartsock’s sacrifice for his tandem partner Shirley Dygert was aired on Thanksgiving 2013 on Here and Now. Douglas Robertson was hired to record Dave’s half of a … Continue reading
Douglas Robertson was hired by Jeff Tyler of Marketplace Money to record Jose Luis Zelaya, a world champion speed crocheter who crocheted his way from the streets of Honduras to the Graduate School of Education at the Texas A&M. The … Continue reading
Ari Daniel Shapiro is an oceanographer with a passion for radio, story telling and downright interesting science. As a guest producer for RadioLab he contributed to the Sperm show. He asked me to record and interview Kathleen LaBounty.
Citizen Doug was called to the Highland, TX home of Timmie Jean Lindsey, 80, who received the first silicone breast implants. Dr. Frank Gerow and Dr. Thomas Cronin performed the surgery at Houston’s Baylor College of Medicine in 1962.
Citizen Doug contributed the introduction recording of Tony Balandran for the Freakonomics Podcast “Save Me from Myself.”