14 LOVE AND RADIO
WHAT IS IT?
An interview – well, more of a monologue, given the interviewer chips in so rarely – with “intriguing characters who aren’t quite who you think they are when you rst meet them”.
WHY SHOULD I LISTEN?
You will almost certainly never have heard interviews like these before. The people involved aren’t necessarily notable but have had extraordinary experiences that you’re unlikely to see covered in the mainstream media. One episode gives an inside look into the life of internet blackmailers, while A Red Dot features a sex offender explaining his life experiences.
For overall impact, however, it’s dif cult to look past The Living Room. We won’t give away anything – even explaining the premise reveals too much – but suf ce it to say this is a genuinely sad episode that will make you think about relationships and mortality in a completely different way.
HOW LONG AND HOW OFTEN?
Usually between 30 minutes and an hour. Episodes have become quite irregular in scheduling – which is understandable given the effort involved in each story.