After some high quality "star power" for their weekly broadcasts, the MacOS Radio Network announced that British celeberity Robert Llewelyn of the BBC sci-fi comedy series Red Dwarf will be the featured guest on an upcoming show. According to MacOS Radio:
British television star and Mac pioneer Robert Llewelyn, best known as Kryten on the internationally acclaimed BBC sci-fi comedy series Red Dwarf will be a featured guest on an upcoming broadcast of the MacOS Radio Network.
"Weire beyond thrilled," said MacOS Radio President Duane Burghard, "Iim a huge fan of Robertis work. Heis our first *big* star on the show ... but much more than that, Robert is a MAJOR Mac user and a pioneer of Mac based technology worldwide."
Mr. Llewelyn will be appearing on the show to talk about the launch of a new web based entertainment venture (Mac based of course) that he is involved in as well as his own personal site which offers QuickTime streamed comedy content over the web.
The exact broadcast date for the interview has not yet been cast in stone, but is tentatively scheduled for September 11, 2000. Because of the time difference between the UK and MacOS Radio Network studios, the interview will be broadcast live separate from the rest of the show, then integrated into the live show that evening. Listeners will be given the opportunity to send questions and comments for Robert in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org and may also send comments during the "taping" of the interview.
You can find more information at the MacOS Radio web site.