I got a radio interview request from Radio New Zealand as detailed below. 6.10 am Tuesday Irish time. All I need to do is get to a land line. Anyone interested can log on to their website which should also have a playback possibility.
Tena koe Tony
This is an interview request from New Zealand’s independent public broadcasting station, Radio New Zealand National.
My name is Robyn and I produce the weekday evening show – a nightly voyage of attitude, longitude and latitude. Hullo!
Earl Irving from the Auckland Joggers Club alerted us to your current adventure which has now brought you to New Zealand – and what is touted to be the most daring expedition of the millennium!
Accordingly, I would like to invite you to speak with Nights host, Bryan Crump, about the joys and challenges of running around the world.
Could we speak with you next Tuesday 29 January 2013 at about 7:10pm. The interview would be for live-to-air for 15 to 18 minutes.
If these details suit, we require either a phone number (a landline preferably) or a Skype Name that we can call you on, as well as a back-up phone number for just in case.
Additionally, any further anecdotes from your adventure, as well as a couple of photos of your fine self on this journey for the Nights webpage/facebook would be most appreciated if possible.
By the way, the interview audio will be made available worldwide at broadcast date, to listen to, download and/or share from the Nights Audio Library…radionz.co.nz/nights
I look forward to hearing back from you soon.
9 Incredible Argentine hospitality as I ran through the wilderness and desert that is Patagonia.. Archive Oct/Dec 2012.
So these are just some of the highlights, many more to follow! The blog is littered with anecdotes.
I am now running through Oceania my 3rd continent through New Zealand, then Tasmania, the Australian outback north through the middle Melbourne to Alice Springs to Darwin. Then S/East Asia, China, Kazakhstan, Russia and Europe, I am confident and on schedule to finish the world run at the finish line of the Dublin marathon 27th Oct 2014.
The most daring expedition of the millennium.
Double world 48 hour record-holder running around the world.