Marathon Journey – The Broadcast – Episode #1

Marathon Journey – The Broadcast will be recording its first episode on Wednesday, April 17th. The tragic events at the finish line of the Boston Marathon have caused me to change a number of elements of the show. There may be people who believe it in poor taste to start a new show so soon after this event, but I firmly believe the best way to deal with evil acts is to pull together and soldier on! You can call in with your comments before the show 24/7 to our hotline at (530)532-2439, send us an email, or leave a comment of this page.

Join us as we discuss the events of Boston. How will YOU be carrying on?

We will be taking your calls on the air, starting at 3:00pm Pacific Time. The live call-in line is 862-902-0100. The conference number is 324797.


  • Ron. In Tennessee · Posted April 17, 2013 at 10:27 am · Link

    The heart of the world is bleeding for what has happened in Boston. The hearts of all marathon runner are bleeding more, we hurt for all of Boston. Thank you Derek for what you do. Ron in Tennessee.

  • Melissa · Posted April 17, 2013 at 2:12 pm · Link

    Sadness and shock is something so many of us are feeling. Marathons have always been something so very special…and Boston was a dream for many…I feel upset that the excitement of arriving carries a much different memory for the marathoners, the spectators, the injured, the ones lost, and the city of Boston.
    Runners are uniting…pulling together all over…everyone wants to help where they can.
    The late Mr Rogers was quoted the other day, He spoke of what his mother told him when he was a boy and saw scary things. His Mother always told him to look for the helpers. There are always helpers.
    Boston had helpers that day…Boston will have helpers for a long time to come. Those of us who run will carry ourselves a little different…we will remember…we will unite for the good.

    Looking forward to listening to you Derek and this broadcast. You inspire more than you know. Thank you, Melissa in Virginia.

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