Podcasts & Conversations
Some speakers give the same speech to every audience. Thieme doesn’t. Each Thieme speech or interview is intended for a specific context and event.
Audio, podcasting, and video streams of Richard’s speeches and interviews can be found in the section below.
An in-depth discussion of issues raised by The Mobius Vector: The Long Road Home, with Professor Max Kilger, July 25, 2023.
Richard Thieme presents The Mobius Vector in conversation with the ACLU’s Jennifer Granick. An in-depth discussion of issues raised by Thieme’s novel, The Mobius Vector: The Long Road Home, at Magers and Quinn Bookstore, June 21, 2023.
Cyndi and Ron Gula Interview Richard Thieme about his work, career, interests, and life
Julian Sanchez, Jake Laperruque, and Richard Thieme join the Pop & Locke podcast to discuss Francis Ford Coppola’s, The Conversation.
a conversation with Dutch security technologist Don Eijndhoven about Mobius: A Memoir, exploring some of the darker grays of the narrative, ethical issues, and the impact of security and intelligence work on practitioners.
Conversations about Mobius continue with an energetic exploration of critical concerns raised by the novel about life, the universe ... and the lives of the two men involved. A mini-My Dinner with Andre.
In this second conversation with Jennifer Granick, who was masterful as we discussed Mobius: A Memoir at Magers and Quinn Bookstore, we explored issues in depth. Once again, alas, the technology failed that the bookstore uses and only 34 of 60 minutes was recorded or...
An in-depth discussion of issues raised by Thieme's novel, Mobius: A Memoir for Phi Beta Kappa Minnesota.
An in-depth discussion of issues raised by Thieme's novel, Mobius: A Memoir, at Magers and Quinn Bookstore - PART ONE.
Professor Max Kilger goes into Mobius: A Memoir in Depth and Detail with Author Richard Thieme
Richard Thieme is interviewed by Matt Nie on WBSD Radio, Burlington Wisconsin, on June 23, 2013, about the recently published book “UFOs and Government: A Historical Inquiry” to which Richard contributed. Nie’s questions in the half hour interview are excellent –...