If you want to know how stressed and busy I’ve been lately, you don’t have to look any farther than the fact that I’ve totally fallen down on the shameless self-promotion front: I was on a radio show, and forgot to post about it here. I know, bad blogger, no pageviews…

Anyway, I talked about the fast neutrino experiment on the phone to Clay Naff, who runs the Science Odyssey show on KZUM in Nebraska, and he used it as part of this past weekend’s show. My interview is in Part 1, and Part 2 is Alan Kostelecky, who is an actual expert on this sort of thing.

For some odd reason, it occasionally sounds like I’m on a satellite phone from the tribal regions of Pakistan, despite the fact that I was on the land line in my office. Other than that, I think it was pretty good. I don’t think I said anything actively stupid, at least.

Anyway, if you’ve been dying to know what I sound like when I talk about physics, here’s your chance. Radio show bookers of the world, take notice.