|Animator and storyteller Roger Way|
During the mid-60s Roger moved to London, England where he landed a job as an assistant animator with the director Richard Williams. Roger worked on such films as Williams' neglected classic "The Thief and the Cobbler" and Robert Zemekis' "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". I caught up with him at the Ramnee Hotel in Forres, Scotland.
Roger loves to share stories of those days and to philosophise about life. He now makes his home in the north of Scotland where he's an elder of the Findhorn Community. I'm proud to call him a friend.
Catch the show on Blues and Roots Radio on Sunday May 25th at 7am EST (Canada/US) and 12noon BST (UK/Ireland) and again on Tuesday May 27th at 8pm EST and 1am (Wed) BST and once more on Thursday at 4pm EST and 9pm BST. After that you can come back to my blog at michaelwilliamsstoryteller.blogspot.co.uk and listen again to the show.
(This programme was first broadcast at the end of August 2013.)