That’s Not Allowed, How Come?, Episode #7

How come

This episode brings us a flight attendant story and the first episode of How Come.  The premise of all the How Come episodes is a story telling scenario based on the early 1970’s rendition by Archie Campbell on televisions Hee Haw.  We have taken that great idea and greatly expanded on it with an aviation theme and a few laughs thrown in.  In case your counting, each How Come episode is only three minutes long, so they are often combined with other news, stories or interviews on the show.

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Music for outro supplied from Corncob Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Intro music by Attribution
Music “Drops of H2O (The Filtered Water Treatment)” by J.Lang featuring Airtone
Available at http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/djlang5…

 

Sky Talk Radio is the brain child of two commercial pilots that currently fly in the airline system.  No, we are not going to say the name of our airline because that will get someones shorts in a knot, and we just can’t have that.  We encourage and tell stories from all facets of aviation.  If the format sounds familiar or similar to another podcast, let us please clear the air and say we are huge fans of the long standing “Car Talk” podcast and that show has inspired us to take our new aviation podcast in a similar but unique direction.  Not all podcast feature callers with their own stories.  We try to mix it up and feature stories, calls, and just plane interesting facts to keep it fresh.

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