(1) An Advocate and Solicitor may, at the request of the press, radio, television or other media, consent to be interviewed, whether in his professional or private capacity, but-
(a) the interview shall not be in relation to any matter or be given with such frequency; or
(b) at the interview nothing must be said or done by him,
as will reasonably give rise, in the opinion of the Bar Council, to an inference that he is attempting, through the interview, to publicize his practice or the practice of his firm in a manner inconsistent with these Rules.
(2) Where an Advocate and Solicitor is interviewed by the press, radio, television or other media, he shall not allow any information pertaining to himself or his firm, except approved information, to be publicized.