... by the euphonious voice of Rick Foucheux, murmuring reflectively into Tboy's ear.
No, not like that. You're terrible, Muriel.
Like this. One minute it was Scott Simon, introducing a piece about Tennessee Williams' journals; the next it was Foucheux, reading the journals. And in a reasonably good Southern accent, too.
We like this. It's one of the beautiful things about having NPR here in D.C.
While Tboy's on the subject: He's excessively pleased to be able to tell you that he'll be starting a new gig at NPR on April 2. He'll be producing arts-focused packages -- much like this one -- for NPR.org.
Looky there: Tboy's got a day job again. (First time since 2001, pretty much.) And he couldn't be happier about it. Full-time freelancing is lovely on the flexibility front, but it turns out to suck when it comes to things like money.