Thursday 26 June 2008

Audio From Tony’s Interview On LBC Radio

Following on from the interest in my uploading of Tony's Interview on City Talk Radio, I have taken the time to convert to MP3 and upload what I consider to be one of Tony’s best interviews, with LBC Radio from 7th April 2007, for those of you who missed it or would like to hear it again.

This interview, with Adrian Allen, is especially worth listening to as Tony was allowed a full TWO HOURS to really discuss the intricacies of ITLAD, and it is interesting to listen to again now, over a year on, as many of the areas of 'greyness' within original CTF theory are now much clearer given the development of the theory on this blog.

Download Instructions: (125MB)
When you click on the link below, you will be taken to a new page, at the bottom of which is the audio file (LBC 7th April 2007.mp3), and when you click on that, you then have the option of simply opening the audio or saving it to your computer, so please click on Open or Save according to your wishes.

Hope you enjoy it.

> Link to Tony's Interview On LBC Radio <

I hope many of you can join me, and the ever growing band of enthusiastic and inquisitive bloggers, for the next ITLADic Science News Review this Sunday from 11:30am (approx) UK Time, it's already been a very interesting week!!

Thank You

A Dark Philosopher
Karl L Le Marcs


Karl Le Marcs said...

I hope this works for everyone but if you have any difficulty with the download, please place your question in the comments, or email me directly, and I will do my best to help you.


johar said...


Thank you so much for taking the time and effort to make this interview available to us all, your hard work is much appreciated.

I will listen with interest over the weekend as work prevails in the meantime.


Karl Le Marcs said...

Johar: Thanks JoJo.

Maybe you can listen to it whilst we have our now regular blog Sunday Science Discussion!!

Or would that be ITALD overload??


SM Kovalinsky said...

Got it, saved it, he sounds beautiful, especially as his voice is coming through against a backdrop of Tangerine Dream's, "America". Thanks you so very much; greatly appreciated.

Karl Le Marcs said...

Susan Marie: Thank You, I am glad the download was easy.

"Rise and look out; his chains are loose, his dungeon doors are
And let his wife and children return from the opressor's
They look behind at every step and believe it is a dream,
Singing: "The Sun has left his blackness, and has found a fresher
And the fair Moon rejoices in the clear and cloudless night;
For Empire is no more, and now the Lion and Wolf shall

- America


SM Kovalinsky said...

Surpassing always; unsurpassed; less like unto a man, and more like unto a god, and nothing more is required.

Karl Le Marcs said...

Susan Marie: I do my best!


Some of the phone calls into the studio on this interview are particularly interesting!!

*knowing smirk*

SM Kovalinsky said...

That was the wise Heraclitus: It was he who was seeing you and speaking to you. Afraid to ask re phone call questions. Think I may know. It is wonderful that you place these links, thank you again.

Rosh said...


Before you know what kindness really is
you must lose things,
feel the future dissolve in a moment
like salt in a weakened broth.
What you held in your hand,
what you counted and carefully saved,
all this must go so you know
how desolate the landscape can be
between the regions of kindness.
How you ride and ride
thinking the bus will never stop,
the passengers eating maize and chicken
will stare out the window forever.
Before you learn the tender gravity of kindness,
you must travel where the Indian in a white poncho
lies dead by the side of the road.
You must see how this could be you,
how he too was someone
who journeyed through the night with plans
and the simple breath that kept him alive.

Before you know kindness as the deepest thing inside,
you must know sorrow as the other deepest thing.
You must wake up with sorrow.
You must speak to it till your voice
catches the thread of all sorrows
and you see the size of the cloth.

Then it is only kindness that makes sense anymore,
only kindness that ties your shoes
and sends you out into the day to mail letters and purchase bread,
only kindness that raises its head
from the crowd of the world to say
it is I you have been looking for,
and then goes with you every where
like a shadow or a friend.

~ Naomi Shihab Nye ~

Karl Le Marcs said...

Roshni: Oh my!!!!

I thank you for that lovely poem

*bows respectfully*

Karl Le Marcs said...

It's always interesting when I upload these audio interviews, as I can see from the website how many downloads have taken place and where in the world they originate.

Currently there have been 8 downloads and only Susan Marie, Johar and Roshni have commented. I always wonder who the others are.

The City Talk Radio Interview was downloaded by almost 50 people in 3 days!!!

Robin said...

Karl, just go ahead now... put all the gems out for us to find!

Thanks for keeping us in the ITLADian pool.

Tony will join some great company on my iPod and I'll give a listen from work.

I'm even more eager to hear it since SM mentioned Tangerine Dream in the background...

Karl Le Marcs said...

Robin: I'm a mine of information!!

Who is the other Prince on your ipod?

Glad you managed to download it without interruption.

Robin said...

Indeed there are Two Princes in my collection! Spin away doctor!

Karl Le Marcs said...

*giggles and dances*

Well, I say 'dance' !!!!

SM Kovalinsky said...

LeMarcs: Bring that over to New York City, why don't you; Tony, too, and lay the 2 British Midwives on us like we need it (academically, that is!).

Karl Le Marcs said...

Susan Marie: I'll speak to Tony next week. Thank You.

Karl Le Marcs said...

17 Downloads of this file today!

Jesamyn said...

Once again, Karl, thank you for your dedication and sheer hard work to allow us all the luxuries and priveleges that we do not know the Technology of that is involved!!I looove the idea of having it on in the Background on Sunday as per your remarks to Jo... makes me think of those old-fashioned days when all gathered around the wireless to listen to the newfangled contraption!! And no, not me!!! Downloading as we speak.. the only addition to make it Nirvana would be us all listening and you wearing your fabled Nacho hat.. we will bring various dips according to our culture!!!The hat MAY have to be Oversized!!
Thanks again...

Karl Le Marcs said...

Jesamyn: Of all my hats, my almost legendary oversized Nacho Hat seems to be many people's favourite!

As ever, it is comments like yours that make everything I do worthwhile.

I look forward to your company for this Sunday's edition of "Listen with Mother"

Thank You Jez, I hope you enjoy the interview.
I think you will!

Anonymous said...

Karl: Thank you so much for enabling us to download this amazing broadcast. Indeed you are a fine fellow! *doffs cap*

I knew I was going to have a busy few days so I burned a CD of the broadcast to listen to in the car. It was a slightly surreal experience in some ways. First of all some of the callers made me think I was listening to an episode of Radio 4's "Down the Line" spoof call-in show, which made me laugh (totally inappropriate I know!)

I was so much in admiration of Tony's patience and politeness with everybody who called in. He listened so respectfully and tried to help everybody understand his theories. I'm not surprised LBC allowed Tony so much air time, I'm sure the audience figures must have been excellent!

Because I couldn't get the whole broadcast on one CD, the broadcast ended in mid-stream. However, the point it ended made perfect sense so when my CD player automatically went back to the beginning of the CD, the process was seamless. It was a few seconds before I realised what had happened. Needless to say I was SO mystified by the apparent deja vu experience of Tony answering a question in exactly the same words as I'd heard before!

Karl Le Marcs said...

Woodsprite: Thank You Di.

Some of the callers were excellent weren't they!

And yes, Tony certainly shares my patience and is always happy to spend time talking to listeners and those who attend his lectures.

I'll get some more Audio from other interviews uploaded soon.

johar said...

Have just finished listening to the interview and it was excellent. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I noted with fascination what diverse range of subjects, opinions and experiences the interview sparked. I hope everyone listening in went away and bought the book!

Great work, Tony, you were a gent and a scholar! (and still are, of course!)