Lets's Talk Computers - Broderbund
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On the air since 1989, Let's Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows.  Let's Talk Computers is broadcast via radio to stations across the United States and to colleges and universities everywhere. Any of our current and past interviews can also be heard anytime anywhere via the Internet.

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April 27, 2002 Show:   Topic: Home Software  Guest: Eric Winkler, VP Prd Mgmt

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September 18, 1999 Show:   Topic: Educational Pastimes  Guest: Matt Park

Matt Park from the Learning Company, brings us up-to-date with Oregon Trail 4. This newest edition of 's crowd pleaser has more realistic graphics among other features. Matt Park will also discuss Road Adventures USA, which takes you across the USA solving puzzles and staying out of jail.
Listen To BroderbundSeptember 18, 1999 interview
December 5, 1998 Show:   Topic: Carmen Sandiego Series  Guest: Diana Waterson
Where is she? When is she? Find Carmen Sandiego.

Diana Waterson tells us what's new in the Carmen Sandiego series. There is Where in the World, USA, Time, Math Detective, and Word Detective. Kids and adults love solving the riddles to capture Carmen while honing their geography skills. Now they can do the same to increase vocabularies and math skills. Find out why schools love this series as well.
Listen To BroderbundDecember 5, 1998 interview
October 31, 1998 Show:   Topic: Fun for Rugrats  Guest: Les Lifter
Do you love those cute, little rugrats on Nickelodeon? Chuckie, Angelica, Phil, Lil, and Tommy - they're all here in this software for kids.

Les Lifter, Marketing Manager for , shows you how you can adventure from a child's point-of-view. Escape from the playpen and save the earth in the Rugrats Adventure Game. Throw a special party using the Rugrats Print Shop. Or spend a quiet afternoon at home as your child goes through the Rugrats Movie Activity Game with 180 levels of difficulty.
Listen To BroderbundOctober 31, 1998 interview
December 20, 1997 Show:   Topic: Clip Art  Guest: Mason Woodbury

Our guest in this segment is Mason Woodbury, Vice President of Click Art from Software. Tis the season for beauty! "Holiday Celebrations & Greetings" and "ClickArt 200,000" from Broderbund certainly live up to that, no matter what holiday or occasion you are celebrating. From holiday cards to newsletters - you are sure to find something here.
Listen To BroderbundDecember 20, 1997 interview
December 13, 1997 Show:   Topic: Edutainment  Guest: Shannon Jameson

Our second guest is Shannon Jameson, Sr. PR Specialist from Software to take us on new adventures with Carmen Sandiego. We'll have a great time testing our knowledge of spelling and vocabulary with "Carmen Sandiego - Word Detective" then chase Carmen in "Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego" and find out more about several historical eras in the process.
Listen To BroderbundDecember 13, 1997 interview
February 15, 1997 Show:   Topic: United States and World Geography  Guest: Shannon Jameson

Listen To BroderbundFebruary 15, 1997 interview
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