“Jammin’ with Jamie”: Mike Zara Interview!

Hi, everyone!

It’s been a bit! Here’s the situation…

For the safety of its DJs, 89.3 WNUR FM is operating on a very limited basis for the foreseeable future. For Jammin’ with Jamie, this means our shows will have to be remote and prerecorded.

Some of you know that my computer was in and out of repairs for months, requiring me to work from various backup hard drives. Then, one of those hard drives very suddenly failed before I was able to update my other backups. Trying to restore my library of music and videos has been a daunting, painstaking task, and I’m not out of the woods on it yet.

When we do resume our more musical jam sessions, I will do what I can to announce themes in advance so everyone can get their requests in beforehand.

But, in the meantime, we can still jam!

This week, we’re featuring another Jammin’ with Jamie interview, with…

… Mike Zara!

On December 22, I was lucky enough to be able to interview screenwriter Mike Zara, writer of the hilarious, clever, and twisted Syfy original movie, Letters to Satan Claus! I happened to catch it when it premiered on December 19, and I loved this sharp send-up of so many Christmas and holiday films, including those that are a “hallmark” of a certain TV channel…

I even recorded a custom intro and outro so the interview fits our Jammin’ with Jamie format!

Stream Letters to Satan Claus for free here!

If you enjoy Letters to Satan Claus, address your letters, emails, tweets, and other messages to Syfy! It could lead to a DVD release and even further films, other follow-ups, or more twisted Yuletide fun.

I always enjoy interviewing people, so if you know of anyone you think would be a good fit for a Jammin’ with Jamie interview, let me know here or on Twitter!

I hope you consider jammin’ with us, whether “on demand,” on 89.3 WNUR FM, or both! If you like what you hear, let me know: I record every show and will happily send it to you! For more information about Jammin’ with Jamie, go here!

Thank you for reading, listening, and “jammin’,”
Jamie Lee

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