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Fall 2006 ~ Episode 2 (Oct 25, 2006)
This week, Assignment: Radio presents a series of one-on-one interviews with prominent and noteworthy members of the OU community. Kristen Carey talks with Nathan Kress, a Pi Kappa Phi fraternity member who biked across the nation to raise money for PUSH America. PUSH America is a charitable organization benefiting people with disabilities. Brian Hardzinski sits down with a former OU professor recently nominated for a lifetime achievement award by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Ned Hockman was inducted into the Heartland Chapterís prestigious Gold Circle, and shares with Brian his experiences as a combat cameraman in World War II, starting the Film and Video Studies program at OU, and producing and directing Stark Fear, the first major theatrical film made in Oklahoma. And Jeremy Scott interviews an OU meteorology professor who has developed a device that can predict the likelihood of a lightning strike. William Beasleyís electronic field meter benefits everyone from golfers to marching bands.

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