The action, by which the activist brought more attention to climate change, forced the service provider to move to another studio to continue broadcasting.
Just Stop Oil spokesperson Nathan McGovern spoke with LBC presenter Tom Swarbeek about how the radio station handled a message from the working group. While McGovern was speaking, he took a tube of glue from his pocket, smeared it on his hand, and grabbed the microphone.
For listeners wondering what annoyance they are hearing now, it seems Mr. McGovern… have you put your hand on the microphone now?
, for the listeners wondering what beats they hear now, it seems Mr. McGovern… have you put your hand on the microphone now? That’s great!” Swarbeek said, according to the British newspaper woman to his guest.
McGovern then explained to the presenter that he felt he was not using the station’s “big platform” enough to show the effects of climate change. “In a situation like this, I should grab the microphone and tell people what situation we’re in, because people like you won’t,” the spokesperson said.
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This isn’t the first time Just Stop Oil has heard of itself in such a playful way. Less than two weeks ago An activist ran onto the pitch during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Liverpool and tied himself to a pole. With such measures, Just Stop Oil wants to persuade the British government to put an end to projects related to fossil fuels.
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