Anyone who wishes to call in to the show to listen or participate will be welcome to do so. Questions do not need to be only about Robotech, but can cover anything about Palladium or Harmony Gold that you'd like to ask. I will ask that you be civil, however.
I've written a comprehensive page on the various methods of connecting to TalkShoe at http://terrania.us/talkshoe/ that covers in detail all the ways to listen or participate but I will summarize:
If you just want to listen, you can do that via streaming audio from the TalkShoe page itself, while the show is airing: http://terrania.us/liberty/ Also, the complete show will be downloadable as an MP3 file (you can also use RSS to syndicate it to your podcast-sync software of choice if you like) starting about half an hour after the show ends. No registration of any kind is necessary to listen, and you don't need an iPod either—it will play on your computer.
If you would like to have the opportunity to converse with other listeners and submit questions via text chat, you can register at talkshoe.com (it's free) and download their Java-based text chat client, which includes the ability to listen via streaming audio at the same time.
If you would like to phone in and listen that way, as well as having the opportunity to ask a question on the air, you can phone in to (724) 444-7444. (It is a Pittsburgh number, so it will be a long-distance call for most people.) You will be asked to enter the show's ID number, which is 5988, then press the pound key, then to enter your PIN if you registered. If you did not choose to register, then all you need to do is press 1 to log in anonymously—though if you do that, we will have no way of telling when or if you wish to be allowed to speak on the air.
Finally, if you will not be able to participate live but would still like to submit questions, email me via the address on this message, or the contact form at http://terrania.us/emailme.htm. I can't promise I'll ask all questions that are submitted but I will try to ask any good ones.