#1 My KERA Think radio interview is available here. Correction: of course, veal calves are surplus from the dairy industry, not the egg industry. Entrees for vegans and omnivores who want to talk to each other: barbecued seitan? A nice curry? I must have been hungry to hear the question that way.
#2 Blog interview at The Philosopher's Eye
#3 Julian Baggini asks an interesting question about interview ethics. Suppose (contrary to fact) I had been asked to supply the questions for interview #1 or #2. Would that have have been a no-no, because of the resulting deception of listeners/readers? It seems partly a question of the medium. We expect more from an NPR interview show than from a blog. So we draw different conclusions from what we hear/read in one case than the other. Also, it's a matter of degree. Some radio stations delay broadcast for a minute or so and delete "ums", making people appear more smooth and articulate than they are. KERA, um, doesn't, um, do that (blush). Um-deleting is deceptive, but (surely) not unethical! If I'd suggested a few questions (I didn't), it wouldn't have been a big deal. You can find out why he raises the question over there.