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Written by Matt   
Wednesday, 02 November 2011

Wish You Were HereTo help celebrate the release of the second stage of the Why Pink Floyd remaster campaign - A Foot In The Door (the "best of" compilation) and Wish You Were Here as an Experience, Immersion, and vinyl edition, the respected US radio broadcaster Redbeard is airing a special show this week in North America. His "In The Studio" specials have built a great reputation due to their mix of detailed interview and music, and in September he aired a special show looking at the recent release of The Dark Side Of The Moon in expanded editions.

This week's show focuses on Wish You Were Here, which (along with A Foot...) is coming out on Monday, November 7th (Tuesday, November 8th in the US). Redbeard interviews David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Roger Waters, for their thoughts on it, and the show can be heard across North America - check his website for participating radio stations, and then local listings for exact time and date of broadcast. A number of the stations stream their content worldwide for fans in other countries.

The interview will also be made available from next Monday at, where you can also find some of his other Pink Floyd specials to stream at your convenience.

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