As you can hear, all of the interviews were pretty much of a muchness. However, I must single out Radio Cornwall and presenter David White who was a tremendous laugh, asked some great questions and made much of my 'local boy' status despite the fact I've lived in or around London for 29 years; I only lived in Cornwall for 18.
A couple of the presenters really had no idea what the book was about (although one of them, to be fair, had just come back from holiday). One didn't mention the book at all, focusing solely upon my day job so that I had to steer him back to the matter in hand. And, despite what you may hear (a) I'm not yet retired and (b) the Problem Solving Unit is not based at New Scotland Yard. Territorial Policing - the overall arm of the Metropolitan Police of which my team is one small part - is based at NSY. My colleagues and I don't have offices or desks as such as we are expected to rove daily from borough to borough like curious members of some creative thinking nomadic tribe.
I hope you enjoy the interviews.