Lissa Harris in the WIOX studio. Photo by Julia Reischel.
After two weeks of airing special hour-long, all-flooding-all-the-time episodes of our weekly radio show, the Watershed Post Half-Hour News Hour, today we're back to airing our standard 30-minute format.
The subject matter, however, is the same as its been since Hurricane Irene hit the Catskills on August 28: Flooding. Today's on-air guest is Martha Frankel -- author, celebrity journalist, and West Shokan resident -- talking about the damage Irene and Lee wreaked on the town of Olive and the hamlet of Boiceville, and why the town's woes have gone under-reported in the media so far.
We have also been appearing regularly on WGXC 90.7 FM, a fantastic community radio station that covers Greene and Columbia counties.
You can listen to past editions of the show by clicking here.