Carole King Interview on NPR'S 'The Diane Rehm Show' Rebroadcast
WASHINGTON, DC. - In keeping with the holiday spirit of giving, NPR listeners were treated to a special gift with the rebroadcast of a wonderful interview with Carole King on The Diane Rehm Show. Carole was on Capitol Hill meeting with Congressional leaders in her work for NREPA, the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act, and was invited to appear on the show, which is produced in Washington, DC.
Carole joins Diane to talk about her environmental work on behalf of NREPA in additional to her work for political candidates. In addition, Carole discusses growing up in a musical environment, songwriting, performing and her many musical achievements, including her then-recently recorded album, "Love makes The World." The interview is as fresh and current today as when it was recorded.
To listen to the interview, click here.
If you are unable to open the player, please visit http://wamu.org/programs/dr/09/12/30.php#3100, then, on the page titled Wednesday, December 30, 2009, look for and select item Carole King (rebroadcast) and select the "Listen" button.
The Diane Rehm Show is produced at WAMU 88.5 and distributed by National Public Radio, NPR Worldwide, and SIRIUS satellite radio. It has gained a reputation as one of the country's leading regional radio shows, attracting authors and celebrities visiting Washington, DC.
For more information about NREPA, please visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alliance-for-the-Wild-Rockies-NREPA/148406678172.