The Podcast #24: Behind the BBC’s Domesday Reloaded (Wired UK)

On a jam-packed show this week, we’ll go behind-the-scenes of the BBC’s 1986 Domesday Project and speak to the man who led the project 25 years ago.

Liv and Nate also discuss the important and weird stories on this week, including Foxconn’s anti-suicide worker contracts, the new efforts to get university graduates into British start-ups and the man who built a five-inch stylus to strap to his face to help him use his iPhone more easily in the bath.

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