Thursday, September 1, 2011

Where's my spade?

In just under a week I'm due to spend an hour and a half on the Pannasastra University's PUC Radio Talk Show 90.0 FM, though a quick check on their September schedule of guest speakers had me down as a University Lecturer and a dig in the Cardamom Mountains, so they've obviously got their wires crossed somewhere. I'd better check with them before I turn up and they are grossly disappointed that I never lecture and I'm crap at digging. Broadcast daily from 7-8.30pm, the show covers a range of topics including youth, education, health, gender, climate change, food and nutrition, business, employment, and entertainment. I reckon I can fit into the employment (as I have a job) and entertainment sections with a squeeze, though my joke-telling is as crap as my digging and my singing voice shatters glass. I sent them a bio a couple of weeks ago and nowhere did it mention lecturing or digging in the Cardamoms. If it still goes ahead I'll be on Wednesday 7th September. But don't hold your breath. Recent guests have included Sophiline Cheam Shapiro and her husband John, who run the Khmer Arts Ensemble classical dance touring company, Scott Neeson (Cambodian Children's Fund), Nico Mesterham of Meta House, rapper Pou Khlaing and Ralph Begleiter, former CNN international correspondent.



Blogger Andy Brouwer said...

We've been in touch with each other. My lecturing and digging antics have been deleted. Thank goodness for that. I didn't want to appear as a fraud. Now they'll just have to ask me stuff about tourism, football and blogging. Oh, and my penchant for Starburst!

September 2, 2011 at 1:52 PM  

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