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Hi I am quite lost on this forum. Please excuse that I am inevitably using this incorrectly. I would like to contact Paul Wheaton how do I do this?
It is with regard to a radio feature I am making in Scotland and permission to use audio he is connected with. Could anyone help me reach him?

many thanks indeed
Zoë
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Here I am!

 
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Wonderful!
Well, what I'm trying to reach you about is a wonderful video about humane chicken harvest you made with Alexia Allen (who I am now in touch with). I am making a radio programme called The Edible Pet. It follows my own family's journey with urban hen keeping in Edinburgh, Scotland. Alexia's approach and the video have been very important to us and extremely helpful when I came to have to deal with a dead chicken after a fox had got in. The programme explores our attitudes to chickens. We are carnivores, we plucked, gutted and generally prepared it but gave it to someone else to eat as we were too sad!
I would like permission to use some of the audio from the video as part of the storytelling. Alexia is OK with it if you are.
The programme is for Radiophrenia, a radio festival in Glasgow at the end of this month. It will be online at http://radiophrenia.scot/

I look forward to hearing from you, thanks!
Zoë
 
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So it will be an audio only thing?  No video?

I am okay with it if you provide a link to the video and a mention of my article at https://richsoil.com/raising-chickens.jsp

 
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Hi Paul,

My son just got done working in Yellowstone with the Student Conservation Association and is in your area.  He is keenly interested in Permaculture as is his traveling companion.
Is there any way they could stop in today or is that frowned upon?  They are interested in the ANT program.  If so, his phone number is 419 705-5549. His name is Eric.  I am writing this because he is on the road and has no access to a computer.  I know this is asking a lot.  Thanks for your consideration in contacting him directly.
 
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Sign him up for the gapper program.  Both of them can come and get a full tour for $120.  They can also stay and camp for a bit if they like, and hang out with the ants.  Then they can get an idea if they really wanna do the ant program or not.  

Full deets about the gapper program here.
 
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I will tell him. When is the next program offered? thanks!
 
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Shawn Creek wrote:I will tell him. When is the next program offered? thanks!



When people pay the gapper fee, they can pretty much come by any time.    For monies, we can arrange for people to shift away from what they are normally working on and greet the gappers, give them a tour, get them set up with a spot to pitch a tent, etc.
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