Saturday 10 October 2009

Anthony Peake on UK National Radio!

Sorry about the late announcement but we have just heard that Anthony's BBC Manchester and BBC Lancashire interviews this week caused a a certain degree of interest.

Indeed such was the interest that Anthony will be interviewed live, in the BBC Five Live studios tonight (Saturday 10th October 2009 at Midnight). The interview will run into very early Sunday morning and finish at around 00:30.

For those of you outside of the UK BBC Five Live is a national radio station and is probably the most popular station in the country. The potential audience is millions although the reality will probably be tens of thousands. Indeed the show is also broadcasy on virtually every local BBC station as well.

So if you are in the UK just tune into Radio Five Live tonight. For those of you outside the UK you can listen in on the Five Live website which is:

You will find full detals on the site if you wish to phone in .... full details can be found at:

Look forward to hearing from you!


Anonymous said...

Just caught some of that interview, it grabbed my attention and I had to sit and listen. Never heard of Anthony or his hypothosis before but found the whole thing fascinating and intend to find out more, maybe even buy his book. The idea of being two individuals makes a lot of sense.......sometimes its as if the two ''selves'' are conversing with each other. And the whole thing about neuro-transmitters also has a weird ''ring of truth'' to it. There is so little actually 'know' about brain chemistry...........yeah, great interview.

Anthony Peake said...

Thanks "Anonymous". Glad that you found the interview of interest. If you wish to know more may i suggest that you also check out my FORUM at - maybe even join in on there with your own comments and observations

Anthony Peake said...

I was pleased with how the interview went. Unfortunately Stephen had not read any of my work and as such his questions were typical of those asked by somebody first encountering "Cheating The Ferryman". Unfortunately the answers to such questions involve a considerable amount of detail and background. In twenty minutes such explanations are impossible. However Stephen does now have a copy of my first book and he said that he would read it.