I’m scheduled to appear on BBC radio’s “World Have Your Say” between 1300 and 1330 Eastern (1800-1900 GMT) today. I’ll be talking with presenter Anu Anand and perhaps other guests “about the Moussaoui sentence and whether or not ransom should ever be paid for hostages, following the release of the two German hostages from Iraq and speculation that ransom was paid.”

You can listen online here.

Update: After having been telephoned at 1302 by a show representative and told they would call back shortly for the on-air segment, I never heard back. No explanation has yet been forthcoming. My apologies to any who sat through the live stream (which I was unable to load, owing to vagaries of my office connection).

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  1. I missed it (to quote Maxwell Smart “by that much”–first I had a hard time finding the live feed and I also misread the post to read that you would be on at 1:30, not between 1 – 1:30.

    How’d it go.

    Of course, I guess I could find out later, as it looks like they archive their shows.