Hour long interview with Eben Rey

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Eben Rey of KPFK in San Francisco last night (or actually early this morning on the East Coast) for a solid hour of commercial-free radio.  It was 1 am my time, and I had just come down after 3 hours with Jimmy Church on Coast-to-Coast AM which ran from 2 am to 5 am my time on Monday morning.  So I guess I’m getting used to the late nights.

So used to them, that I pretty much didn’t let poor Ms Rey get a word in edge-wise.  Listeners know that I can easily run off for uninterrupted monologues on virtually anything, and when it comes to my books — we talked about Sinister Forces, Ratline, and The Hitler Legacy — there is virtually no stopping me.  Part of the problem is the complexity of these subjects, plus and I have  a New Yorker’s bad habit of talking fast to make sure I get my points in!

If you have a chance, though, you might want to listen when the interview is uploaded as we plumbed the murky depths of international underground networks causing all sorts of mayhem, as well as a discussion of how global jihad was invented — not in Baghdad — but in Berlin.

4 thoughts on “Hour long interview with Eben Rey”

  1. Eben Rey’s Project Next is, unfortunately, part of the only programming block (Something’s Happening) that can’t be downloaded on KPFK, but it can be streamed (at least for 65 days after broadcast), here: http://archive.kpfk.org/

    Peter’s interview is split among two audio streams:
    at the very end of Thursday, November 13, 2014 12:00 am (2:09:35 to 2:25:22)
    and the beginning of Thursday, November 13, 2014 2:30 am (0:00 to 39:57 of 3:22:50).

    The Coast to Coast AM interview is already on youtube:

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