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Written by Matt   
Sunday, 08 May 2005

There's at least one thing still to look out for in the US, as a result of Nick Mason's appearances there to promote his great book "Inside Out - A Personal History Of Pink Floyd".

For those of you who live in or near New York City, make sure you keep checking on television station NY1 this week. At some point (and we don't yet know exactly when) an interview with Nick, conducted by Jay Lieberman, will be broadcast.

Jay, Executive Producer of Entertainment for New York 1, is a past contributor to Brain Damage, having written a review of one of the 1994 Division Bell concerts.

He told us: "The interview went great and Nick couldn't have been nicer. He discussed the making of the book, playing live, details of the recording of each and every album, his reconciliation with Roger, why "The Wall" will work on Broadway, the pros and cons of bring inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, and what the future holds... I also asked if they were to go out on the road again, would "Animals" material make the setlist."

We'll have full details of what was said once the interview has aired.

NY1 News is Time Warner's 24-hour newschannel in New York City. Available exclusively on Time Warner Cable, NY1 covers the city's five boroughs with more than 25 full-time reporters. As and when we get confirmed details of airtime and date, we'll pass them on.

Our thanks to Jay for all his help...

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