Bonnie Grice is an award-winning broadcaster, producer, host and interviewer.
A two-time Gracie Allen Award winner, Bonnie is producer and host of “The Song is You,” a weekly radio show that explores the impact of music in our lives, distributed nationwide. The show invites guests to dip into their I-pods and their memory banks to pick their top 10 favorite songs. Some of the guests include CBS News Host Harry Smith, authors Jackie Collins and Frank McCourt, screenwriter Bill Collage, singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb, actors Bryan Batt (“Mad Men”) and Cathy Moriarty, PBS cooking legend Lidia Bastianich, among many others.
Locally Bonnie hosts the popular morning show the “Eclectic Café” a SONIC GUMBO of music and interviews on Long Island’s NPR station, WPPB Peconic Public Broadcasting, featuring “Conversations at the Café” from 9-10am: a daily dose of what’s happening locally and globally.
Bonnie’s a librettist and author. She wrote the text for the two-act chamber opera, Mrs. Dalloway, based on the novel by Virginia Woolf, with music by Libby Larsen, and she’s the author of From Z to A – A Classical Lover’s Alternative. Bonnie’s been featured on PLUM-TV in the Hamptons hosting the series “Finding Success on the East End” and she’s been involved in community theatre, most recently in a new production of “Dangerous Liaisons” at the Southampton Cultural Center.
Weekday mornings Gracie Award-winning host Bonnie Grice provides a "sonic gumbo" of music and conversation on the "Eclectic Cafe"---beginning at 9am with "Conversations at the Cafè", an on-air meeting place for a wide range of guests, artists/authors/musicians, local and global, sharing ideas and experiences in a format that's comfortable and informed. This is followed by two exciting musical hours featuring a wide-ranging mix of music from all genres, carefully blended with a generous helping of listener requests, and topped off with the spice of local singer/songwriters.