NPR’s Ira Glass is preserving his weekly syndicated present going robust … from the confines of his personal closet.
The longtime radio host — who runs “This American Life” out of Chicago — posted a photograph Sunday displaying himself doing a little narration for this week’s program. He wrote, “Recording this week’s show (well, I closed the closet doors while I read my narration).”
Looks like he is taking the gig critically even from residence — Ira was suited and booted from head to … effectively, not a lot toe. He was truly barefoot from the closet. Home is residence, in spite of everything.
It simply goes to point out the coronavirus pandemic and all of the stay-at-home orders being issued in cities across the nation are affecting nearly everyone. It additionally proves the information by no means stops — neither do the nice, in-depth tales from ‘TAL.’