This is actually a pretty decent interview. Ed Craft does get annoying, as he seems to incessantly interrupt Richard while he is talking during the first hour. He calms down the 2nd hour (maybe he had a few stiff shots during the break, I don't know), and so we get to hear quite a bit more from Richard. Some highlights:
* his new book should be out in about 2 months or thereabouts; certainly before the end of the year. It is going to be at least 600 pages, picking up where the first book left off up to the present day.
* Richard was asked whether he thought more disclosures would be forthcoming, and Richard thought that yes, they would. OK fine, but I found his reasoning quite interesting --- his point was that during times of turmoil, far more information gets released that otherwise would be kept under lock & key. He cited Russia during glasnost; US during the 1970's; Spain after Franco's death, etc. This is broadly the same point that Gurdjieff put forward, that esoteric knowledge becomes available during times of severe disruption and that it is the job of those who know to collect his knowledge (I am obviously paraphrasing, but hopefully the concept will get across).
* Richard was also asked who he thought was a trustworthy researcher, and he immediately cited Leonard Stringfield (his book is "Situation Red: The UFO Siege") and to a lesser degree, Phillip Corso. Also a pretty good discussion and perspective on Bob Lazar and his disclosures.
* finally, Richard will be putting out DVD's and more audio files of his interviews in the near future.
All in all worth the ~90 minutes spent listening --- even at the expense of having to suffer through Ed Kraft!