Live from the Santa Fe Baking Company, KSFR's daily talk show featuring people you know and others you'd like to. Community-spirited, smart talk: From Presidential candidates and nationally known experts to local Santa Fe artists, authors, healers, and minor miscreants. It's where all of Santa Fe has time to talk.
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Mary-Charlotte Domandi is the award-winning producer and host of the Santa Fe Radio Café on KSFR 101.FM. A graduate of Yale University and St. John’s College, she interviews people on topics ranging from literature and the arts to politics, science, and environmental issues—all from a corner table at the Santa Fe Baking Company. A student of Cuban social and folkloric music and dance, Domandi is also a Latin music D.J.
Like many denizens of Santa Fe, Peter Lloyd has had a varied past. Born in England, he completed a bachelor’s degree in economics as well as an apprenticeship as a joiner and cabinetmaker there. He then came to the U.S., where he received a Ph.D. in American history and - later – a master’s degree in architecture. Peter has taught college and post-graduate courses in history, building technology, and design and detailing for wood construction, in addition to working briefly as a museum director. In 1989 he founded WoodTech Corporation, an architectural woodwork firm that he moved to New Mexico in 1994.