I've gotten the chance to learn interviewing skills and techniques over my first year in the Radio Arts and Entertainment program. Currently in my second year, I'm starting to progress forward. I've really developed a love for it. It's definitely a bit nerve wracking because if you interview someone you don't know much about, you need to do as much back research as you possibly can while creating the best questions to keep it engaging and interesting. After a bit of practice, I've started to form a more solid ground, but there's never a point where I will know everything. Practice and practice is what will help me become less nervous.
I do enjoy talking to people and learning as much as I can about them or the topic discussed. During these interviews I always learn something new. The best question will always be, do you have anything else to add? This is where the subject gets to talk about what they wanted to, if they haven't already. They pour their hearts out and its a gold rush.