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Episode 1 concerns the precocious start to a remarkable career. Peg Lynch went from a Minnesota – a very small town, I’ve been there – and worked her way up the radio ladder to a career on national networks, and then a run on television in the best sitcom you’ve never seen. In this episode we learn a lot about the constraints and opportunities of small-town life, with a surprising array of Big Famous Names: Peg’s mother was the personal nurse to Dr. Charles Mayo, and Peg would work at the clinic and meet all the important types who came to the hospital. Like who? you ask. Well, you’ll just have to listen.
Astrid King narrates, as usual, telling her mother’s story in Peg’s own words, drawn from letters, interviews, and recollections. I barge in from time to time. Like and subscribe, as they say!Published in