July 18, 2006

This morning I trooped down to the ABC Melbourne studios in Southbank, to sit in a ‘Tardis’ booth to talk to Alan Saunders of The Philosopher’s Zone on logic, the liar paradox and other stuff I think about. Alan was feeling unwell and suffering from a croaky voice, so the interview that goes to air might be more of a monologue than what took place in the recording.

Regardless, it was good fun to do the interview: Alan’s a good interviewer and he knows his stuff. Tune in or download the interview once it airs on July 22. (The ABC keeps these program files online for a month.)

If you, like me, are interested in this kind of radio program, you can always subscribe to the podcast to get the latest program when it is released.

Last month I was interviewed for The Age, this month, it’s radio. What is coming next?


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