Colin McEnroe Show: Frank Tavares, NPR's 'Yoda'
Through the Force ... dipthongs you will see.
Frank Tavares' voice enters the ears of public radio listeners everday. Perhaps more than Robert Siegel, Terri Gross and Renee Montagne and certainly more than Colin McEnroe.
If WNPR is the only public radio station you listen to, you might think Frank Tavares works in this building. But listeners in Seattle, Los Angeles, Phoenix and New York all have the pleasure of hearing Frank's funding credits.
Recently, Frank visited WNPR and turned us all into giddy schoolgirls. He recorded some pieces for the Colin McEnroe Show that you might have heard recently. Our own announcer, the famous Chion Wolf, received lessons on the ways of the Force...or at least on radio announcing.
If you want to hear Frank Tavares speak about things other than Law and Order: UK or the Hoodie-Footie pajamas, we have compiled all of his skits, Last Words and interview here. We will be adding pieces after they air so keep checking back.