Warning: Updates about Crude World ahead. Proceed at your own risk.
The World, which is the great radio program co-produced by WGBH, PRI and the BBC, has aired an interview with me. They made me sound a lot sharper than I was in the studio. Thank you, wonderful people at The World, especially Jeb Sharp, who conducted the interview! Click here to listen.
A New York institution interviewed me, too. Leonard Lopate, whose WNYC program is invaluable. I even got to shake Nick Hornby’s hand as I departed the studio and he entered (though I didn’t have a chance to tell Hornby that my Bosnia book had a cameo in the movie version of High Fidelity). Click here to listen.
Lastly, Peter Rowe of the San Diego Union-Tribune wrote a deft story about the debate over how much oil remains. I like the headline: “The 1.258 Trillion Barrel Question.” Yes, the story quotes me.