So the interview went well, I think.
It’s up in the archives already and is about 15 minutes in length I’d guess. You can access it at the archive page, where you’ll need to put in the date & time: March 9, 2010; 10:00 PM. It begins at 34:00, so, if the Canadian current issues aren’t of interest to you then you’ll need to pause it and wait a while for it to buffer, until you can slide the play marker over to 34:00.
Let me know what you think. My one critique would be that I spent all my time in thinking and reflection beforehand focussing on potential objections like average lifespans of 30 and so on. Rob appears not to be a confrontational interviewer, which I gathered in listening to an archived show and then listening during the lead up to the interview itself. The bright spot is that I got most of the time just to lay out some of the important aspects of a paleo lifestyle.
I was also impressed with how Rob Breakenridge got so many distinctions right as well as, at the end of the interview, how he clearly surmised that the reason for the popularity of this lifestyle is that people actually enjoy it. It’s not a chore at all.
So good deal, all in all. Onward.
Later: Commenter Matt Brody explains how to download it as a podcast.
You can download the mp3 if you click the ‘Podcasts’ link on the left side navigation (takes you here:
then the ‘Subscribe via RSS’ link shows the latest shows. For some reason the ‘Download this episode’ link isn’t functioning in Firefox (though I did get it to work in IE).