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Podcast of Radio Interview on Eddie Law of

March 2nd, 2009 · 10 Comments


This is my 1st time stepping into a radio station, in my mind I always have a kind of feeling that radio station is glooming and cool. However, in the morning of 27 February 2009 when I stepped into BFM89.9 I saw a warm and freindly environemnt. The office is bright and they adopt open office concept, which made me able to see the whole office in one glance.

People in the radio station of BFM89.9 dressing casually and putting a big smile in their faces when seeing me.

At first, I was greeted by Grace from the production team. Thereafter, I was introduced to the DJ, Freda Liu (Frankly speaking, I am also one of the fans of this Open for Enterprise session, I used to think that the DJ is an indian lady…hahaha…did she sound like one?, hehehe, sorry Freda).

10 minutes before the interview, Freda went through with me the questions that she will be asking me. (I was not sure about the questions that I will be asked until the same day.) This is because they wanted whoever being interviewed to respond to the questions spontaneously without referring to any prepared answers or notes.

Many of my friends (including my wife) told me that they can sense that I was a bit nevous during the initial part. I agree with them. However, I think after answering few rounds of questions, I have almost forgotten I was speaking to the mass listerners, I also never realised the time just flies. At the end when Freda said “thank you”, I was like…(ha!…so soon).

After I went out from the room, Grace asked how did I feel, my spontaneous reply was “the time just flies”. I also felt like if I would be given another chance to do it again, I believe I can do it better (well, I think this is what usually everyone will be thinking after attempting something new…, of course I never say this to Grace).

Below is the podcast that I have extracted from and let me know what do you think about my live performance. I give myself 50 out of 100 (just bearly pass).

Tags: Blogging & I · eLawyer

10 responses so far ↓

  • 1 kruel74 // Mar 3, 2009 at 7:49 am

    Good interview there Eddie… Do more of it…

  • 2 Heng Choon Kee // Mar 3, 2009 at 2:46 pm

    Well Done Eddie !!

  • 3 leesh // Mar 4, 2009 at 12:31 am

    Well done Eddie. Interesting to listen to the podcast.

  • 4 Neo // Mar 4, 2009 at 4:31 am

    Listening now… not bad, you sounded so pro! … while Freda Liu sounded so sexy… so, tell us she looked sexy or not? Hehe… :)

    Well done.

  • 5 Neo // Mar 4, 2009 at 4:46 am

    Aiyo… so easy to close a blogger blog down ah? Just click on a flag nia?…

  • 6 Freda Liu // Mar 4, 2009 at 9:22 pm

    Not sexy lah :-)

  • 7 James @ Mythicizer // Mar 4, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    Well, Eddie.. First time is always like that.. I believed you can do better for the next interview.. After listen to your interview, I actually kind of interested the coming law conference in UM! Well, see you in the conference!

  • 8 Lindsay // Mar 11, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    A very good, memorable interview. Very interesting work eLawyer is involved in. The firm certainly provided some really good service and idea e.g. the book sharing portal and free legal aids for poor. Very impressed.

  • 9 Lindsay // Mar 11, 2009 at 9:27 pm

    I noted with interest one of the Elawyer’s services for providing website for companies. In UK the first key step of finding about a company and the image it project is to look at their website and through the messages and information it display which speaks a lot about the company. I think it’s something worth investing in.

  • 10 Eddie Law // Mar 11, 2009 at 10:03 pm

    kruel, Ms Heng, Lee Shih, Neo, Freda, james & Lindsay,

    Thank you for dropping by and your kind comments.

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