J: He's also the host of a bluegrass radio show and is also a musician himself.
Y: Wow. 他还在电台主持兰草音乐节目，还是个音乐家，那他会不会演奏乐器？
J: He plays the steel guitar that you hear in the background.
(Enter samples of steel guitar)
J: ... and the dobro.
Y: 我知道 Steel guitar是夏威夷吉他， dobro好象没有中文翻译，
J: It's common in bluegrass music. Oh, Yang Chen, listen to that lonely, haunting sound.
J: Now, let's meet Mark
实录1: Mark: I'm Mark Boudervaul and I'm from Beverly, West Virginia. Well I'm a beekeeper primarily but I also do a bluegrass radio show and play steel guitar and dobro.
J: I know. He has a great radio voice.
J: Raising bees sounds like such interesting work.
J: Mark started bee keeping when he was around 17 years old. He says a guy a couple farms over, meaning a neighbor, had bees and Mark was intrigued.
J: Right. So Mark pestered his neighbor long enough ...
Y: 等一等， "pester" 不是麻烦，打扰的意思吗?
J: Right. To pester means to bother somebody. So, Mark pestered his neighbor to teach him about bee keeping and it worked.
实录2: Mark: I started when I was about 17. I knew a guy a couple farms over from us that had bees and I was pretty intrigued by it. I pestered him long enough for him to show me what to do. And I got my own bees when I was about 18. And I'm 48 now so, that's about 30 years.