National Public Radio

It came as a pleasant surprise that a producer for the Pacific Time radio segment at KQED, the San Francisco affiliate of National Public Radio, has been following my blog for a while, and even more of a surprise when she requested a phone interview regarding relief efforts in Phuket. I’m not much of a media hound, but given the enormous respect I have for both NPR and KQED, I couldn’t refuse.

KQED posted 2 media clips of the interview on their website (click here), a shorter segment that aired last week (halfway down the page), and a longer file that looks like everything I said on the phone (near the bottom). They pretty much strung together all my answers to their questions into a continuous clip without including the actual interview questions, so it may be a bit hard to follow in some places.

1 Comment so far

  1. Joann Landers (unregistered) on January 25th, 2005 @ 2:01 am

    Shows what superb work you are doing.

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