I’m featured each week on Extinction Radio. This week’s episode featured a long interview with me — starting at the 8:10 mark — along with my usual weekly contributions. The show is embedded below, and a detailed timeline follows.
Extinction Radio Podcast 23 8-30-2015: 0:08 Extinction Radio theme music by Gene Gibson 0:29 Music by Ross Ainslie 5:40 Program introduction with Mike Ferrigan 08:10 Interview with Guy McPherson by Ivey Cone and Peter Melton 45:38 Benjamin the Donkey 46:16 Genes Gems: Eric Michaels 51:04 Dispatch from the Endocene with Gail Zawacki 1:24:50 Benjamin the Donkey 1:25:12 Poetry with Debba Kale Earnshaw 1:27:46 Poetry by Rabid Poet, Rex Eagle 1:28:45 Kevin Hester with Peter Melton 1:45:05 Gene’s Gems: Eric Michaels and Johnny Richie 1:49:14 Q&A with Guy McPherson 1:56:13 Benjamin the Donkey 1:56:32 Carolyn Baker with Mike Ferrigan 2:14:50 Music: Copper Kettle 2:19:13 Extreme Weather Report by Ivey Cone 2:27:04 Benjamin the Donkey 2:27:42 John Compost Cossham 2:37:22 Music by Mimi German 2:41:37 Interview: Mick Collins with Peter Melton 3:01:16 Guy McPherson with Climate-Change Update 3:02:51 Seemorerocks with Pam and Robin Westerna 3:22:22 Sam Carana Report with Debba Kale Earnshaw
McPherson’s latest book is senior-authored and illustrated by Pauline Schneider. Ms. Ladybug and Mr. Honeybee: A Love Story at the End of Time can be ordered from the publisher here and also from Amazon. Trailer is embedded below.
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Catch Nature Bats Last on the radio with Mike Sliwa and Guy McPherson. To catch us live, tune in every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. Eastern time, or catch up in the archives here. If you prefer the iTunes version, including the option to subscribe, you can click here.
This week we will interview Stephen Jenkinson. The 2008 documentary film Griefwalker is based on his life. Jenkinson’s latest book is Die Wise.
McPherson’s first book published in 2015 is senior-authored by Carolyn Baker. The Second, Revised edition of Extinction Dialogs: How to Live with Death in Mind is available from the publisher and also from Amazon.