No column in the paper on Christmas Eve, so instead I’ve recorded a very special “Song For Christmas”. It’s about alternative therapists and you can play it here:
That’s “shen disturbance” in the second verse, in case you can’t quite follow the lyrical content.
For anyone who’s around there is, unimaginably, a whole hour of me ranting with the presenters of “Little Atoms” tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 on Resonance FM. Little Atoms is a totally excellent post-enlightenment chat show and the audio is archived here. Checking out their archive I can’t help noticing that most of the other people are rather more glamorous than I am: the Jon Ronson interview is particularly good.
For those who don’t know, Resonance is 104.4 FM in Central London, or broadcast live online, and is of course London’s foremost legal avant arts radio station.
Saturday December 17, 2005
Christmas is a time for pedantic family disputes, and newspaper stories about how alcohol and chocolate are good for you. Imagine, if you can, how Christmassy life would be if we could combine these two elements.
This week, the Daily Mail reported on Read the rest of this entry »
I just said this on Radio 4, Homeopath David Spence responds on the show afterwards.
You’ll be able to listen to it again over the internet from 3pm:
Homeopathy is certainly popular, and I have no problem with Read the rest of this entry »
Saturday December 10, 2005
The reason that I am so fabulously wealthy (girls) is, of course, that I am paid by the government and the pharmaceutical industry to rubbish alternative therapies and MMR conspiracy theorists, and thusly maintain what you clever humanities graduates like to call “the hegemony”. Read the rest of this entry »
Saturday December 3, 2005
People often ask me [pulls pensively on pipe] “what is science?” And I reply thusly: science is Read the rest of this entry »