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.
Peter combines his passion for travel, the outdoors, and the built environment by photographing landscapes and architecture. He has long been a lover of classical and operatic music, and that interest drew him both to Santa Fe and to hosting Classical Sunday at KSFR.