This shares my conversation with Franklin author Chris Woolf. I met Chris when he did the Second Sunday Speaker Series at the Franklin Historical Museum. He talked of his adventurous trip to Afghanistan and we scheduled to get together at the Franklin studio to explore more of his story.
Links to Chris’s web site, the book link, and he and his wife’s voiceover company are included in the show notes.
Let’s listen to my conversation with Chris as we follow his life journey from Britain, via Afghanistan, to the US, and ultimately to Franklin. Our conversation runs about 35 minutes:
Chris Woolf https://chriswoolfbooks.com/
The Voice Depot https://the-voice-depot.com/ (voiceover company)
“Bumbling Through the Hindu Kush - A Memoir of Fear and Kindness in Afghanistan”
Video link to Historical Museum presentation to be added when available from Franklin.TV
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