Will is going to be on the Today programme on Radio 4 this morning at 8.50am discussing JG Ballard and the coronavirus lockdown. You can listen to the segment here at the 2hr 53min mark.
You can listen to Will’s recent Point of View on Radio 4 here, in which he talks about the disturbing story of what happened to a friend, recently detained in a London psychiatric hospital.
“Sitting at a bar, dabbling with a digital map on his phone, the man is approached by another. He ignores him but later discovers the stranger is connected to this phone map. Connected in a disturbing way …” Listen to Will reading his short story at the Radio 4 website here (available for 19 days).
Listen to Will Self reading his short story “The North London Book of the Dead” on Radio 4 here until 9 May. It was first broadcast in 1995.
Listen to Will talking about the countryside at the 2hr 56min point on yesterday’s Today programme here.
Will has produced another flurry of A Point of View broadcasts on Radio 4 recently: Ode to Space, Men Against Women, The miserable pantomime of contemporary British vegetarianism and Mass Myopia.