Well, the show went well. It was very thrilling to be a part of a live satellite broadcast. I’ll detail what went on tonight:
First, the Help at Home Live (H@HL) started with Gary Moore, the H@HL show host, interviewing Craig Hartman of Shalom Ministries. Dr. Hartman, a frequent Bible Conference speaker here in Greenville, brought many interesting religious Jewish pieces of clothing and had fun dressing Gary up with them as he explained the various purposes of the clothing. He also brought a large rams horn and Gary blew it, pretty well, I might add.
After a brief commercial break, it was my turn and I played on the piano two Rumanian Folk Dances by Béla Bartók. They were:
After I played, a short collection of intro’s and videos that I worked on were shown, and I got an opportunity to talk with Gary for a few minutes about them and about my work here at BJ Distance Learning. I had a good time but I would be lying if I told you I wasn’t nervous. I’ve posted several of the audio clips in a previous post, feel free to listen to them.
Last on of all, but definitely not least, Randy Miller, or the Critter Keeper, came on for the duration of the show and talked about and showed some very interesting insects and reptiles. My favorite was the foot long, 1 inch thick centipede. I still find it hard to believe that they grow to be that big. I’m glad they don’t grow that size here in the US.
I could kick myself for not knowing this before but those of you who don’t have BJLINC satellite could have watched it live as well on sermonaudio.com. It was a live video feed broadcast online. The show will be rebroadcast several more times over satellite according the the H@HL website but unfortunately, not online.