That seems a better than average radio interview- Kova obviously did her homework and knew the right questions to ask you. A refreshing change from the typical dim journalist.
As for the points you make in the interview, well, I've thought along those lines for so long that none of it surprises me. Rather amusing that drastic change can be boring if you're anticipating it...
Damien Broderick wrote:
> Transcript of a radio interview I did recently with Australian Broadcasting
> Corporation books person Ramona Kova, at:
> and, for what it's worth, today's Ockham's Razor (wow, are they fast or
> what?), on death and the urgency of curing it:
> Damien Broderick
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