Peter Pollack’s interest in radio began as a lad, when he was hit in the head with one. During his first try at college, he divided his time between playing board games and working at the radio station. This led to a second, more successful attempt at higher education, through which he holds a bachelors degree in audio arts and acoustics from Columbia College Chicago. It should be noted that he has pretty much no radio street cred, but he has directed more than 100 episodes of an internationally syndicated children’s radio program, performed with and taught the workshop 101 course at the National Audio Theatre Festivals, produced and consulted for a variety of podcast projects, and gotten coffee for Steve Dahl. He currently resides just outside Chicago with several internal voices and a cat.