While I was in Helsinki, I was interviewed by Radio New Zealand National‘s Saturday Morning host Kim Hill. The pretext was that Finland had just been declared best country in the world to live in, and since I was a New Zealander who just happened to be there, I was on the radio for quarter of an hour extolling its virtues and examining the national character.

Of course, I know very little about Finland or its people having only visited twice, and having actually spent most of that time sitting inside at conferences. But all the same, I managed to glean enough to keep things going for a bit.

If you’re interested, here’s my interview:

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…and some responses to it from the radio show’s audience:

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