Want an interview or play the pyramid on my radio show?

Do you want a chance to have your voice heard and be interviewed on the radio? Maybe you got a book or film coming out? Maybe you ant yo promote your band/music/shop etc.. Or maybe you want to talk about your specialist subject? Not only that, but for people who want an interview, can also take part in the quick fire Quiz – The Pyramid and get there name on the scoresheet. What you do is:Email me davidsnape2@gmail.com to register your interest.
Give details on who you are and what you want to talk about
Provide a phone number so that we can contact you, via Skype is recommended
Then we will discuss details and find a time and date so that we can make this happen
I shall look forward to your response


17 thoughts on “Want an interview or play the pyramid on my radio show?”

      1. Sorry David,
        I will have to catch your next show. It was about 10 p.m. when I found out about the show and I have been busy this morning preparing for a conference call at 1 p.m. today. I want to hear it though. That wasn’t a one time deal right?

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      2. Maybe if you talk more slowly it would be easier to understand. People tell me I talk to fast sometimes. I am not trying to sound over critical or anything. I apologize if I sound like I’m coming off that way. If it were me, I wouldn’t want to hear how to improve it to make it even better. The same thing if there was like a major blunder or a typo and something I wrote. I appreciate it when someone tells me so I can correct it. I’m always looking for constructive and positive feedback. Rather than just say it was completely awesome, I thought I would tell you ways that it could be even better, but it doesn’t mean that I didn’t like it. Do you understand? Cuz there’s a lot of people who are on the men who are just mean-spirited nasty people and they put down other people’s hard work. I’m not one of them nor am I trying to come off that way. That means a lot to me I don’t want you to ask what I think of something and have you think that I’m going to tell you something terrible about it. I wouldn’t do that when it was really great. When I started taking pictures years ago I would ask feedback from people who were some of the best photographers in the world. They would rip apart my pictures and tell me how to improve him and I would just listen to it. Then one day those same people were saying well with fantastic pictures you’ve got. They were my mentors and then later they were my cheerleaders

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