Audio of Radio Cornwall Interview available

Thanks muchly to Emma Lloyd over at BBC Radio Cornwall, who has (i) con­duc­ted a very pleas­ant and easy-going inter­view with me and (ii) allowed me to host it on my web­site.

If you wish to listen to it, here you go: inter­view in Windows Media format, inter­view in Real Media format, and inter­view in MP3. Please note that all of these are big­gish 5 meg files, and could take you a while to down­load if you don’t have a broad­band con­nec­tion (get one here). One of my writ­ing mates, David Gardiner, is kindly host­ing a cheap-and-cheer­ful lo-fi ver­sion in MP3 format (cool echo!).

Questions or com­ments, let me know.

Author: Ian Hocking

Writer and psychologist.

2 thoughts on “Audio of Radio Cornwall Interview available”

  1. How do you do. I’m a Nice Middle-Aged Lady from the States who’s research­ing Cornwall for a writ­ing pro­ject. I enjoyed listen­ing to Emma Lloyd’s inter­view with you. The dis­cus­sion of short-term memory was intriguing.

    Thanks for mak­ing the inter­view avail­able in many file formats.

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