Last night had a
blink-and-you’ll-be-killed-by-weeping-angel blink-and-you’ll-miss-it appearance on SPACE’s show InnerSpace where I give a quick soundbyte about what the book is about.
It was not one of my better TV appearances. I was really discombobulated from getting up at 4 am to travel from Ottawa to Toronto and a day full of meetings, so I was not at my most coherent. I’m quite convinced that producer Mark Askwith and a crack team of editors and CGI artists worked round the clock to find a salvageable 35 seconds.
I was a little more on my A game, or probably my B game, when Robert and I were interviewed on Radio Free Skaro, the world’s most popular Doctor Who podcast. Robert and I were interviewed at Gallifrey (the RFS gang, Steven, Warren and Chris had been given an advance copy of the book) and we were able to talk about our hopes for the book, how we wrote it, our differing approaches and more. It’s always a delight to be interviewed by Steven, Warren and Chris and Radio Free Skaro is my favourite podcast precisely for the freewheeling but thoughtful environment the three of them create, and that extends to the way they conduct interviews. Go listen to it!