Australian radio station Triple J catches up with Edge, Adam, and Paul McGuinness in Glasgow Scotland. Interviews were taped just before the Zoo TV Glasgow show. Particularly interesting is hearing Paul McGuinness discuss the “economics” of the tour, specifically how the Zoo TV lost money. Paul also suggests, somewhat bluntly, that U2 would probably not tour Australia due to the poor Australian economy (this obviously turned out not to be true). Also, Edge goes into an extended discussion of the Sellafield Nuclear Power Plant. Additionally, there is a rare interview with original Zoo TV belly dancer Christina Petro (who years later became XTina X, the lead singer for the band Grim Faeries). The source tape has some issues during both parts. Special thanks to Sue Fell for providing this interview. Recorded June 18th, 1992.