Noam Chomsky - BBC World
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Chomsky interviewed on BBC World Service. Last second clipped by BBC editing.
Stream copied from website and converted to ogg vorbis format (better quality than mp3 and free - www.vorbis.com).
thanks for uploading, but keep the .torrent filename under 100 character next time, you can knock yourself off in the description field
. works now.
Jan 10 2006, 11:01 CET
Excellent! I love hearing Chomsky when people attempt to drive "hardball" questions at him. He never loses composure, and seems to gain poise and vocabulary with every sentence. And a seemingly unending knowledge of specific citations, clearly without the need for crib notes. I wish we could have heard the whole interview.
Jan 11 2006, 19:01 CET
jD_Empath: the poor editing of the stream by the BBC makes it sound like more has been cut than really has - all that is lost is the interviewer's introduction and a couple of seconds at the end. Right after Chomsky's comment on librarian's destroying records rather than give them to the authorities, the broadcast interview ended.
Jan 12 2006, 03:01 CET