This interview with David Benatar is awfully interesting, for several reasons. Let me count the ways--
First, the interviewer (Redi Direko) takes many sentences of her introduction from my unpublished review of Benatar's book without attribution. Odd fact: that review is the most popular item on this blog--see WRITING in the right column (yes, I can tell what's popular). It's at the top of the list if you do a google search on "David Benatar".
Update (I'm still listening): I'm simply amazed by the way the interviewer keeps reading from my review, without attribution, half-way through the interview.
Second, I've never heard Benatar talk, and he's surprisingly sunny. I suppose I expected a more dark and dour tone from someone who believes it's a mistake to create new people.
Third, the interview is directly relevant to the posts about procreative ethics I've been writing here lately. Benatar's book raises lots of interesting questions about creating people, but also raises a meta-level question about what views we must contend with. Must we take the time to logically dissect any wild idea anyone comes up with, no matter how strongly we recoil? I discussed that meta-question back at Talking Philosophy.