Prince William Sound, Exxon Valdez, John Keeble discussed on American Scandal
Today. Next on American scandal. It's been thirty years since the Exxon Valdez struck a reef and Prince William Sound, but the disaster still river rates next week. I'll talk to Rick Steiner, Alaska, fishermen and marine conservation professor about the state of the sound today. Plus, we'll hear from journalist covered. The BP oil spill on how it compares to the Exxon. I hope you enjoyed this episode of American scandal. If you did subscribe now on apple podcasts. Spotify Google podcast wondering dot com or wherever you listen to this right now, if you're listening on a smartphone, tap or swipe the cover on this podcast. Find the episode notes including some details. You may have missed. You'll also find some offers from our sponsors by supporting our sponsors. You help us offer this show to you for free. And if you do like this show, one of the very best ways, you can show your appreciation is to give us a five star rating and leave a review I read every. Single one and love to know your thoughts. We use many sources when researching our story to books we highly recommend are not one drop by Ricky off and out of the channel John Keeble. If you wanna see photos of the spill, you can find Lincoln our show notes to an article in the Atlantic with photos by Reuters and others who are onsite at the time. And just a quick note about our reenactments, in most cases, we can't know exactly what was said. But everything in our show is based on historical research American scandals hosted edited sound designed and executive produced by me Lindsey Graham for airship additional production assistance by Derek vari-. This episode is written by Benjamin gray. And by Andrew stellar executive. Producers are Stephanie jen's Marsha Louis and her non Lopez for wondering.