The Forget-Me-Not Hour: Your Ancestors Want Their Stories to Be Told
Catch Jane Wilcox, host of The Forget-Me-Not Hour: Your Ancestors Want Their Stories To Be Told talk radio show from Kingston, N.Y. Begun on 950 AM radio in Poughkeepsie in November 2010, Jane’s show features interviews with local, regional and national genealogy and history guests, a little music, and lots of genealogy tips.
Regional focus show: Hear from scholars, archivists, government officials, curators, authors, and others who are keeping the history and genealogy of the Hudson Valley in New York and beyond alive and well. Listen live at 10:00 a.m. Eastern time on the first Wednesday of the month on BlogTalkRadio.com/JaneEWilcox or listen on-demand anytime on BlogTalk and on iTunes for JaneEWilcox.
National focus show: Join nationally-known genealogists, authors, bloggers, historians, and more on this show focusing on the rest of the U.S. and the world. Live at 10:00 a.m. Eastern time on the third Wednesday of the month on BlogTalkRadio.com/JaneEWilcox or on-demand or on iTunes for JaneEWilcox.
Guests scheduled to appear:
See upcoming broadcasts at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/janeewilcox
Listen to previous recordings on-demand on BlogTalkRadio.
Broadcasts have included:
Robert Charles Anderson, director of the Great Migration Project of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, on the Puritans, the Winthrop Fleet and The Great Migration Directory.
Thomas W. Jones, on his book, Mastering Genealogical Proof.
Megan Smolenyak, on Michelle Obama’s family history and her work with missing U.S. soldiers.
Dick Eastman, author of Eastman’s Online Newsletter, on the history of computers and genealogy and live from the Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE event in London.
Genie Milgrom, on her book, My 15 Grandmothers: A Story of Crypto Jews.