This is Alan Moore interviewing Brian Eno, again from Radio 4’s Chain Reaction in 2005.
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Today’s guest editor Stewart Lee wasn’t keen to suggest a guest for our Thought for the Day slot, but instead offered an Alternative Thought for the Day for his programme from writer Alan Moore.
Jon Culshaw travels back in time to look at the man who changed Doctor Who forever: Douglas Adams.
Broadcast on Fri, 2 Apr 2010, 11:00 on BBC Radio 4.
Recently, attacks on international networks have targeted the computers used by both the Dalai Lama’s followers and the US power grid: Reporter and web expert Ben Hammersley assesses how serious these threats really are, how well protected the UK is against foreign cyber war and asks whether we should be developing our own aggressive military ‘botnet’ for use in future conflicts.
By Arthur C Clarke, dramatised by Mike Walker.
What is the secret at the heart of the space object known as Rama and why, years after the event, has Commander William Norton never spoken about what he found there?
Episode 1: http://huffduffer.com/adactio/3213
Mike Walker’s dramatisation of the novel by Arthur C Clarke, set in the 22nd Century.
When the mysterious space object known as Rama appears in the solar system, the crew of the SV Endeavour are sent to investigate.
Episode 2: http://huffduffer.com/adactio/3418
It is not worth starting a blog, and if you already have one you should think about closing it down, an article on the technology website Wired says. Robin Hamman, of computing consultancy Headshift, and Guardian writer and blogger Kate Bevan discuss whether shorter forms of communication, such as Twitter, are taking over.