You can listen to or download the January 19 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). The hosts were Martin Tanner, Kris Frederickson and Mike Parker. In this episode, they discuss recent First Vision podcast produced by the Joseph Smith Papers as well as changes made by the Church to temple clothing. Also featured was a roundtable on the upcoming Come, Follow Me Book of Mormon lesson #7 on 2 Nephi 6-10. The Interpreter Radio Show can be heard Sunday evenings from 7 to 9 PM (MDT), on K-TALK, AM 1640, or you can listen live on the Internet at ktalkmedia.com. Call in to 801-254-1640 with your questions and comments during the live show.
Original air date: January 19, 2020. This recording has been edited to remove commercial breaks. NOTE: A dial at the station was at the wrong setting so the incoming voice of Mike Parker is hidden behind a lot of noise and his comments are a little more garbled.
Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:49:43 — 12.6MB)
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Hi, regarding the show on the 19th, Mike (the guy who was on over a phone connection, hope I have his name right), I think maybe his audio mic cable wasn’t plugged in all the way. That could explain why he was hard to hear but it also seemed to be picking up his keyboard activity as well. Anyway just a theory.
I love the radio show but for the times when I don’t manage to tune in live, is there any chance we could get a podcast download of it that is higher bitrate? The current bitrate is a bit hard on my ears. LDSP downloads, for example can range higher than 40 MB for a single podcast, while the Interpreter Radio podcast for the 19th was only 12 MB. And yes the show is always really good… but you could definitely tell by the sound quality that the bitrate is low. Anyway just a suggestion and thanks for the awesome Sunday night programming.