Why do people want to hear me speak live on the radio?

I want to share the story of why people are interested in hearing me speak.

I’ve got a new radio station called Speed51 and I am going to talk about how people in the US and Europe have been trying to get their feet under them and are using my show to promote the things that matter most.

I’ll be talking about the importance of science and technology in the economy, and how it’s a way of making things better and more resilient.

I will be doing this live at the University of Warwick, where I am also a professor.

I hope that people will listen and tune in and have a good time.

It’s not easy to do live radio and I want the show to be as good as possible.

My goal is to give people a chance to hear and share the stories of the people who matter most to them.

I know the challenges I will face, and I hope the listeners will take it on board.

The BBC is a public service broadcaster and my work is free to listen to and share.

I want this to be a platform that brings people together.

You can listen to the show on the BBC Radio 4 website or you can subscribe to Speed51.

For a limited time you can also get the free Speed51 app to listen and share with your friends.

The Speed51 live show will be available on the Speed51 website at 15:00 BST on Wednesday 3 March and will be followed by an interview with the presenter on the Radio 4 programme.

You will also have the chance to listen online at speed51.org, where you can find the programme and catch up on the other episodes of Speed51 on the show.