However, that doesn’t mean viewers don’t have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the program while Napier-Pearce is away.
In addition, if you’re unable or would prefer not to watch the video on a computer or mobile device, Trib Talk also is available to download as a podcast.
Some recent programs you might want to check out include:
Meanwhile, if you have an idea for Trib Talk, or a question or comment for Napier-Pearce, send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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