Updated: Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012, 4:03 PM EDT
Published : Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012, 6:00 PM EDT
(WTNH) -- Faith Middleton of WNPR has been at the mic on her Faith Middleton Show for about 32 years, chatting away with people about every topic under the son. This Connecticut broadcasting gem has won two Peabodys and countless other awards, and will be inducted this fall into the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame.
She lives to tell other people's stories. I sat her down and had her tell me "her" story and it includes some surprises about some of the things she still has to do.. It turns out it's a lot about music.
"Because I play the congos, Latin Caribbean music, I would like to come back as a jazz singer and pianist, so I would also like to be a New Yorker cartoonist and I would like to make a film, a satire, probably, and I would like to sing with an orchestra once," Faith said. "Let's see; I have a couple of books I would like to write. I would like to spend as much time with my family and friends as possible...."
More about Faith: http://www.cpbn.org/profile/faith-middleton
Listen to Faith's shows: http://www.cpbn.org/program/faith-middleton-show