On WBCR–Climate change and extinction discussion with Guy McPherson *(updated)


Reminder, and Shameless self promotion here. I do a radio show out of Brooklyn called Sex and Politics. We broadcast/webcast starting at 8 PM on Friday nights and also webcast simultaneously. On June 20, I spoke to Guy McPherson, professor emeritus in Natural Resources and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, who has written a book GOING DARK, about climate disruption leading to human extinction coming within a few decades. Background on Dr. McPherson’s writings here:

If you want to listen on your internet machine, you can go to http://mywbcr.com and click the grey ‘listen’ button. DO NOT INSERT www in front of the URL or you won’t be able to pull up the program. UPDATE: The show has run already. But you can catch a recording of it on this webpage.Or you can listen to us most any Friday night around 8 PM.

See you later.

UPDATE: We’ve had some difficulties mounting this interview to our website (sexandpolitics.podbean.com). This is an un-edited version of our discussion with Guy McPherson, and we’re hoping we can put it up on our regular site soon. Our second interview is with Dr. Jacqueline Simon Gunn, psychologist and author of In the Therapists Chair and the recently released Bare




  1. […] interviewed at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time Friday, 20 June 2014 on Brooklyn College Radio. Catch it live here. Dan Kinch, who will conduct the interview, mentioned my work in this article from 12 May […]

  2. […] Catch McPherson on the radio tonight, 20 June 2014. It’ll stream here. […]

  3. Adobe Flash Player is not supported by IOS 7, and it does not support Android. The WBCR site excludes the vast majority of mobile devices. Could they modernise this?

    1. I don’t know if they plan to. We broadcast out of Brooklyn College’s studios. We will have a podcast of the evening put together in a week or so. Apologies.

  4. […] was interviewed for Sex and Politics Radio on 20 June 2014. The interview is described and embedded here. Interview begins at about the six-minute mark. […]

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