Thursday, May 20, 2010

Live in the wee hours

As it was about 4.40am in the wee hours in the UK, my interview on BBC Radio 5 Live with Up All Night presenter Rhod Sharp this morning probably wasn't heard by too many people. Certainly no-one in Cambodia. The news programme wanted some background input on the release of the new book about Bou Meng, which has been funded by DC-Cam and will be the subject of a book launch at Monument Books this Sunday. I spoke briefly, for about five minutes in all, about Bou Meng, Vann Nath and DC-Cam, ending with the introduction of the new textbook on the Khmer Rouge period into schools this year. If you want to hear the interview, click here and it's located at 3:42 of the 4:00 hour long recording.

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Blogger Andy Brouwer said...

Radio interviews are coming thick and fast. Today at lunchtime I'm doing a piece with Radio Australia on the presence of African footballers in the Cambodian football League, which has been prompted by the tragic loss of Wilson Mene's life on the football field recently.
Andy

May 21, 2010 at 10:38 AM  
Anonymous Tom said...

Hi Andy

Nice piece on BBC Radio 5 Live's "Up all Night". I usually hear their pieces by the splendid Guy de Launey at around 4.30am UK time (yep, I'm an early riser). It was great to be able to put a voice to your face, so to speak. I'll be back in Phnom Penh in late July/early Aug and would love to buy you a beer (yep, I know you say you don't drink) and meal!

Tom
London, UK

May 29, 2010 at 2:45 AM  

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