The venue where the interview took place was gorgeous. It was a joint cafe-radio broadcasting studio, that was designed and initially conceived as it is now, instead of being converted later. Here is the foyer/entrance for the cafe area.
The rest of the building is a restaurant dining area on one side and recording/broadcasting studios along the other side. All in all, the ambience was great
Really cool, super high-tech recording equipment stuff juxtaposed by chicy-chic eatery
Also, there was a cool upper floor terrace overlooking a small area that I assume could be used for live performances
And this is where the actual interview took place
And aside from a few minor blunders on my part (two minutes to answer that last question!), I think I did an okay job of saying things that needed to be said. I was definitely grateful to be a part of the experience and think that it was a cool opportunity to do something new here in Argentina :)
Here is the link to a recording of the interview. It's under "Global Studies Nov", lasts about an hour and starts after about 3 minutes of advertising.