Update 26 April
Thanks to Anon again (see comments below). It turns out that the programme was pre-recorded. Anyone who tuned in to listen to what was no doubt a carefully edited programme can get in touch in the usual way. Mowing the lawn seemed more important.
Update 25 April
Thanks to Anon below. It seems that the programme will go out at between 6pm amd 7pm on Friday, 26 April. It also appears that Mr James will not be taking questions directly from the great unwashed after all.
Radio signals in this part of the world can be quite fickle, and Radio Cymru seems to come and go every couple of miles, necessitating frequent re-tuning of the car radio to retrieve the dusky tones of Iola Wyn or the excellent Garry Owen, the world's greatest living broadcaster. So many readers will have found themselves accidentally listening to Radio Carmarthenshire for a few minutes.
Today the station will join the Carmarthen Journal in spreading Mr James's vision of the future that faces our county as he takes to the airwaves, and apparently Radio Carmarthenshire's listener will be given an opportunity to phone in with questions.
Cneifiwr can think of quite a few questions that could be asked, although it is unlikely that many answers would be forthcoming.
But if you can find Radio Carmarthenshire on your wireless, you may catch Mr James at some point today.
Unfortunately the station's website has no details, presumably for security reasons, but it is likely that invitations to phone in will have gone out to a small number of reliable callers, such as "Debbie" from Carmarthen who will probably ask:
"Would the Chief Executive like to share with listeners his thoughts on why Carmarthenshire is the best run county council in all Wales?"
Or possibly "Kev" from Ammanford:
"I would like to congratulate the officers of the council...blah blah [confused waffle continues until the end of the programme].