I interviewed Judge Richard Posner, author of an interesting book on Plagiarism (read my review here) for the Open University's Ethics Bites podcast. Unfortunately the ISDN line to Chicago was a bit crackly...There is also a transcript available.
You can now listen to my interview with Harvard Professor Michael Sandel on the ethics of using genetic enhancement in sports on Ethics Bites (a transcript is also available). You can also read a blog post I wrote for the Open University site Open2.net.
The podcast Ethics BItes is now available from the 'Philosophy' section of iTunes which is a subsection of 'Society and Culture' within the 'Podcasts' area. It is also available with additional material from www.open2.net. So far you can download interviews with Peter Singer and Mary Warnock. From Wednesday, an interview with Michael Ostuka will there. The series has 14 episodes, released weekly. My previous post about Ethics Bites.
A new podcast, Ethics Bites, launched today. This follows the format of Philosophy Bites...It was commissioned by the Open University and is hosted on Open2.net the Open University/BBC website. The first interview in the 14-part weekly series is with Peter Singer on our treatment of animals. Other interviewees later in the series include Michael Sandel, Roger Scruton, Miranda Fricker, Mary Warnock, and Thomas Scanlon. I am the interviewer. David Edmonds introduces the podcasts.