Interview on Queens Radio

Eddie Mullan, a DJ with Queens University Radio, interviewed me by telephone on Wednesday evening, asking me about my fiction, film and music-making past-times. The interview lasts 13 minutes, and you can download it here in MP3 format.

6 thoughts on “Interview on Queens Radio

  1. Glad you enjoyed it, A.P.

    I was kind of taken aback by the guy on the other end of the phone, because I wasn’t aware he was planning to record the interview. I’d thought it was just an informal chat. But the formal way in which he asked the questions made me suddenly realise what was going on. Yikes! I like how it turned out, though. There’s something to be said for the kind of interview where you’re caught with your pants down (i.e. without planning). At least I didn’t botch it by saying, “Err, is this being recorded?” 🙂

  2. The interview was impressive. You even had a chance to discuss your faith. I just can’t get over it. Between the writing, movies and composing of music, when do you sleep?

  3. Hi, Jeff.

    I recognise your name. You’re the guy who wrote that book Invasion of the Togakura. I haven’t read it, but I found the idea of Christian ninja youths fascinating. I’ve also been on your site before and read your gripping testimony.

    As for sleep, I get plenty, and I seem to find time for way too much TV, as well. You want to know the secret of how I make time for all these creative enterprises? It’s simple. I live alone and let the housework go to hell … Well, sometimes. I’m not a complete tramp. 😉

    Best wishes on your writing. I’ll be visiting your blog regularly.

  4. I’ve been keeping an eye on what MP have been doing for a while and a lot of the questions were actually just what I was curious about! Having said that, I know a lot of people in similar situations as you- creative but sometimes struggling to make things happen, but I think you’re a good role model for that type of person.

    Thanks for giving up the time to talk Darryl and hopefully you didn’t mind it being recorded!

    All the best…

  5. Thanks, Eddie. I’ve never been called a role model before! I really appreciated the interview, and I’ll be keeping the recording for posterity. Maybe we can do it again sometime in the future.

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