She Said What? The Podcast

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A Brand New Podcast with Turi Ryder and Kathryn Lake. Two 13 minute podcasts for you to take with you whever you go, every week. Available wherever you get your podcasts. 

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Who's hosting?

Turi Ryder, author of “She Said What? (A Life on the Air)” has hosted her own radio shows in LA, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Portland. She gives advice, which you probably should not take, and tells stories, which you probably should not believe.
Kathryn Lake, a radio veteran and soon-to-be-divorced mom, is working on remaining calm. We do not want this to be a true crime podcast. 

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What will it sound like?

Here's what you'll hear in the first ten podcasts:

1. Divorce. That hooker is lying. And…Don’t bring your gun.

2. Google knows too much. Rule-breakers. Buy a dumb phone.

3. Landlord: the job that’s worse than you thought. TV freakshows. Marie Kondo’s junk drawer. 

4. No sense of time. Go ahead and eat. What is Orange Theory?  It is not ok to hate kittens. What Kathryn’s getting rid of (besides her husband) in her divorce.

5. We save the planet with a pair of shoes. We destroy the planet with six chickens and a personal Jet Pack.

6. Lies and the moms who tell them. Keep your clothes on. The Midwest is a duplicitous place. 

7.  Spoiling Santa. Spy Elves.

8. Celebrities and other horrible people. Allegedly nude Manilow.  What I don’t want to know.  The girl behind the desk.

9. What your power windows say about you. Consumer Reportsand my dad.  Date my boyfriend. Eat this makeup.

10.  Baby you can drive his car. Mistress of the financial universe. He who hates change.

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The Podcast

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She Said What? The Book

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About the Book

Radio. It's almost as easy as marriage and motherhood.

The excitement of a career on the air! Listeners asking for advice on dressing their girlfriends in leather bustiers; managers who believe every professional woman longs for a bouquet on Secretaries' Day; Saturday nights giving away free T-shirts and beer in country music bars; reporting on a day in the life of a dominatrix—all while juggling two kids, rescue dogs, and one cross-country move after another. Live the dream with Turi Ryder, a music jock and talk host on major-market stations from Chicago to Los Angeles, with stops in Minneapolis, Portland, and San Francisco along the way. This darkly comical, bitingly accurate, and lovingly fictionalized memoir will ring true for anyone who has longed for both a creative life and a family to come home to.

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Turi Ryder

Turi Ryder is a music and talk radio host whose voice is known to listeners in Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and Portland, Oregon. Her not-quite-empty nest features a broadcasting studio and, variously, one spouse, two children, a rescued German Shepherd, and numerous marauding chickens.

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What They're Saying

"Your book is FLIPPING Brilliant! I am laughing constantly."

- Dr. Jessica Nutik Zitter, author, Extreme Measures 

“A brilliant and hilarious book about the late great world of radio, written by a woman who knows it as well, if not better, than anyone who’s ever worked in it.” 

- Phil Hendrie, Satirist

“This rollicking expose of the radio industry is witty, dishy and delightful.  Anyone interested in how media treats female talent will come away enlightened—and concerned.” - Beryl Satter, author, Family Properties

“Turi Ryder has a most unique voice that broke through the sound proof ceiling in radio where women were and still are few. She is passionate, brilliant, and very very funny."

 -Charles Randolph-Wright, Director, Motown The Musical
"It’s a great read! But I should probably say I hated it.” -Bill Handel, KFI Radio

"If Joan Rivers, David Sedaris, Terry Gross, and Howard Stern conspired to defy the laws of reproductive science, their daughter would be Turi Ryder. Loaded with characters. I found myself laughing out loud."

- Joshua Safran, Author, Free Spirit: Growing Up On the Road and Off the Grid  

Audio Book

Audio from "She Said What?"

Chapter: Belly Up, or Return of the Dead Guppy

Events

March 20, 2020

Worldwide Radio Summit "Make Yourself (un)Comfortable"

4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

Castaway Resort, Burbank CA

Event Details

March 20, 2020

Worldwide Radio Summit "Make Yourself (un)Comfortable"

Women who have made their way in non-traditionally female areas of broadcasting talk about why they started, why they stayed [or left], and where they’re going next. I'll join Sheri Lynch, Randy Thomas, Erica Farber for this panel moderated by Valerie Geller. 


4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

Castaway Resort, Burbank CA

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"She Said What?"

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Rutgers University, Newark

Event Details

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"She Said What?"

Non-traditional ways of making YOUR way. 

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Rutgers University, Newark

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

C.J.: Former KSTP-AM talker Turi Ryder wishes she had become more kindhearted but naaah

Citizen Planet

Barbara Blake of Citizen Planet Inteview


RAMP 24/7

Scroll down to the end of the newsletter to find out how long it took to write She Said What?

JUF News

Robert Nagler Miller  writes The Federation's Arts and Culture Column

Minneapolis Star Tribune

Part 2 of CJ's Series on "She Said What?"

Sound

WCCO RADIO

The Cory Hepola Show

Cory asked about that time I said the one word you're not supposed to say....ever.

WGN RADIO

The Steve Cochran Show hosted Wendy Snyder and me before our big Women of Chicago Radio event

MY TALK FM

The Lori and Julia Show

 Divas of Minneapolis entertainment talk made me welcome 

Contact Us

Send a message to Turi

Contact Tortoise Books: editors@tortoisebooks.com

cook county, Illinois, United States

Audio

Audio from "She Said What?"

Chapter: Belly Up, or Return of the Dead Guppy