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Crash on Demand: radio interview (1)

radio_barmayaThe program is now available for download here (added on Feb 3).
The other day David Holmgren was interviewed by Steffen Geyer from the radio show, 21st Century Permaculture answering some of the questions raised by fellow travellers in the recent debate on his essay “Crash on Demand“.
The interview is scheduled to go to air on Shoreditch community radio in London this Sunday at 8pm. If you are not in London, you can listen to it via the station’s website. We will be getting up early at 7am Feb 3 Monday morning (AEDT zone) to listen to the program, no doubt.
If you are in any other time zone,  convert your local time and tune in.
Facebook event page of the radio show.

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