John Hawks on the radio

By Razib Khan | March 29, 2006 7:20 pm

You want to know what John Hawks sounds like? He’ll be on Radio Open Source tomorrow (there should be a web feed). I talked to David Miller about getting John on the show before he became famous in Slate, so I am going to take a little credit for this. John and Spencer Wells will be “facing off.” John, can you ask Spencer to make his email address more accessible? I’m tired of people emailing me and asking about ways to contact him!
Update: John was really amused throughout the whole show. Spencer Wells asked kind of sarcastically (?) if I was “Richard Dawkins.” No, I’m not, Spencer :) Thanks to Chris Lydon for giving a shout out to me at the end of the show. Also, Brendan said that both John and Spencer were on the show at my suggestion, so that’s cool, I guess I’m a “scientific activist” of sorts now?

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Genetics
  • Jason Malloy

    Do they archive their segments like NPR?

  • http://scienceblogs.com/gnxp/ razib

    yes, look around tomorrow, i know i’ve found it.

  • Rikurzhen

    Z, will you sign my copy of The Ancestor’s Tale? ;)

  • http://scienceblogs.com/gnxp/ razib

    wouldn’t it have been great if i had the initials r.d.?

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