We find three possibilities in her address. A word ends in the letter <r> and
- the following word begins with a glottal stop plus vowel; no /r/ is pronounced;
- the following word begins with a vowel; no /r/ is pronounced though the two words are linked;
- the following word begins with a vowel; the /r/ is sounded.
ad 2) "The undercover journalist was working fo(r) a Sunday paper [...]."
ad 3) "[...] a psychic space where desire and fear play themselves out [...]."
In total there are 12 phrases in her address in which r-liaison would be possible. Out of these eight phrases contain a word-initial glottal stop (= case 1). Case 2 appears only once and proper r-linking (case 3) is to be heard three times. The large number of glottal stops, which prevent r-liaison, is probably due to the fairly formal speech style unless it's a general habit of hers.