I’ve been interviewed for a Podcast!

I’m on a Podcast! (Link)

Friends, I have been relatively quiet lately because I have been indulging some of my other retirement enthusiasms.

Some of these are a source of delight – such as singing and recording songs – and others are not so delightful – such as trying to clear out the detritus of my life. Throwing things out is hard.

I have been writing blog articles, but somehow the simple topics I have chosen to write about have become more complicated as I have written the articles. This is another of example of the fact that I am not writing to record what I think: I am writing to discover what I think!

But my previous articles about heat pump sizing (1, 2, 3, 4) and the summary ‘Rule of Thumb’ video have been catching people’s attention! As I write 394 people have watched the summary video – more than all the other videos on the channel put together!

Part of that popularity is because Nathan Gambling, the mastermind behind the BetaTeach initiative, asked me if I would take part in a podcast.

Nathan is from a family of heating engineers and runs BetaTeach to encourage heating engineers to adopt a ‘systems approach’ that enables them to install heat pumps in all kinds of homes.

His approach contrasts with many training programs which tend to focus on how to install the products of a particular company.

I was honoured to be asked to be his guest on his BetaTalk podcast and you can hear the results of our Zoom chat here:

It is 64 minutes of truly random chat, with a vague theme linking to temperature and heat. At times I lost my way in the interview, but hopefully you won’t.

If the above link doesn’t work, thenĀ search Google for “Betatalk – the Renewable Energy and Low Carbon Heating Podcast

3 Responses to “I’ve been interviewed for a Podcast!”

  1. Ross Mason Says:

    Hi Michael,

    I se you are a plural Physicist. Uniquely unique.

    R

  2. Ross Says:

    Check out under “Show Notes” on the Podcast page.
    I thought one was sufficient…..

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