First, Jene asks Jerry about his recent time in England. Jerry was born in England – in a subway station during World War Two. Did any English people ask Jerry to run for Parliament?
Then, we talk to Dr. Greg Shrand in a new edition of “Ask A Lifeguard.”
Jene asks Jerry and Megan if they are going to set out to set the Unlimited Mileage world record this summer like they claimed they would do.
Then, speaking of Jerry’s trip to the UK, what did Jerry notice about how America’s standing has changed abroad since the election of President Trump? What is the worldview of Europeans and the English in particular regarding our new president?
Musical guest: Josie Galvin, a 10-yr.-old student of ukulele and song writing, our youngest performer yet, backed up by her uke teacher, Hanna Mathey, a professional performer and string instrument teacher. (This young performer is part of our ongoing emphasis on keeping roots music alive through generations and showcasing the music instruction happening at Folk School Coffee Parlor.)
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