Polynomial Interpolation in the general case is $O(n^2)$ time complexity, but it can be done better in particular situations. For instance, when the polynomial can be evaluated at the complex roots of unity, it can be interpolated in $O(n\log n)$ time with the Fast Fourier Transform. Or at least, that's the only situation that I am aware of that can be done better than $O(n^2)$.
Are there any other forms of input that can be interpolated in better than $O(n^2)$ time?
I am particularly interested in knowing whether or not there is an algorithm that interpolates a polynomial from evenly spaced points (in the x-coordinate that is) that beats $O(n^2)$, because I think I've come up with something that does it in $O(n\log n)$ time.