I’m going to be on the local radio news (NRK Hordaland) tomorrow morning at 6:50 am. Cool! I haven’t been in a radio studio since I worked as a journalist in Studentradioen, and I quit that in 1992, in the dark ages, before digitality. I guess the journalist’s phonecall means the press release worked. They’ve promised me fresh coffee and a hot newspaper as well as taxi coupons and an early and efficient start to my day. I’m dreading the alarm clock.

2 thoughts on “radio

  1. Jamie

    Will the interview be in English?

  2. Jill

    No! It’s Norwegian local radio! And no, no web archives, either.

    Went well though 🙂

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