Radio hour - More orchidity, this time on New Hampshire Public Radio


Update: Show's done. You can listen to the 8-minute segment via Windows Media or MP3/iTunes.

I'll be on New Hampshire Public Radio's Word Of Mouth" noon-hour show tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec 22, talking with host Virginia Prescott about "Orchid Children," my recent Atlantic article about the genetic underpinnings of steady and mercurial ltemperaments. My segment will run about 10 minutes beginning at or just after noon.

Listeners in and near New Hampshire can tune in live at their regular NHPR stations. Others can open up the live stream or tune in via the iPhone Public Radio Player.

I'll post a link to the podcast once it's up in a day or two.

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