Shift Run Stop, Episode Five: Russell Davies

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  1. There’s a walrus in my fridge and it won’t shut up – Russell Davies – Next Berlin 2012

    Twittering plants? A plastic parrot informing you about traffic jams? In his keynote speech at NEXT Berlin 2012, Russell Davies humorously and cleverly illustrates his idea of what will be next: the network of things, which will irrevocably change the way we use technologies and the purposes we use it for. Davies’ post-digital world is a “making world” in which people use networked things to produce analog objects – personalised and on demand.

    Audio rip, original here: http://nextberlin.eu/2012/05/russell-davies-theres-a-walrus-in-my-fridge-and-it-wont-shut-up/

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  2. Shift Run Stop – Episode 63: Dave Gorman

    Shift Run Stop is a free comedy podcast full to the brim with games, geeks and special guests.

    Share our pleasure chatting about magic, coincidences and games with the fascinating Dave Gorman, then feel our pain as a tarry soft drink promotes the question: "What IS ‘malt’ anyway?"

    Yes, it’s like a trip back in time to the early days of the show, as once again we find ourselves hijacking someone else’s office without asking, scouring the local shop for Drinks Most Likely to Withstand Nuclear Strike, and talking to someone in a room with terrible acoustics, in this all-new yet reassuringly familiar edition of Shift Run Stop.

    http://shiftrunstop.co.uk/2012/07/05/episode-63-dave-gorman/

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  3. Toby Hadoke’s Who’s Round 54 (April #02)

    It’s a new Who’s Round, Toby Hadoke’s Doctor Who 50th anniversary quest to get an anecdote about every single episode of Doctor Who to date. In this latest instalment, Toby continues his chat with Russell T Davies.

    The cat is out of the bag - the day after The Web of Fear was released on iTunes, Toby had Russell T Davies for tea and grilled him for over six hours. This is part two of an extensive and exclusive chat with the man behind the resurrection of the series.

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  4. Little Atoms 267 —€“ Podcaster Therapy €— Shift Run Stop with Leila Johnston & Roo Reynolds

    This is the third in a series of Little Atoms interviews in which Neil Denny talks to the producers of podcasts he likes about why they do what they do. Call it podcaster therapy! Shift Run Stop is a comedy podcast presented by Leila Johnston and Roo Reynolds and full to the brim with games, geeks and special guests. When not presenting the show, Roo Reynolds works for the Government Digital Service and curates an eclectic series of collections on his blog rooreynolds.com, while Leila Johnston is the Managing Editor of The Literary Platform, a published author and journalist and blogs at finalbullet.com.

    http://www.sidrodrigues.com/2013/03/little-atoms-267-podcaster-therapy-shift-run-stop-with-leila-johnston-roo-reynolds/

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  5. The Future Mundane

    From dConstruct 2015 Stitched together slides with the audio recording from Drew McLellan (@drewm) Links: Original essay: hellofosta.com/2013/10/07/the-future-mundane/ Self Driving Car QSG: qsg.nearfuturelaboratory.com/ Curious Rituals (Nicolas Nova): curiousrituals.nearfuturelaboratory.com/ Rodneycomp (Russell Davies): wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2011/02/start/russell-m-davies Productivity vision 2011 (Microsoft): youtu.be/a6cNdhOKwi0

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  6. Russell Davies: IOT - In Our Own Time

    Nine years ago me and a couple of friends recorded the first episode of In Our Own Time about Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

    And now it’s time for episode two.

    This one’s about the Internet of Things and it features the legendary Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino and the estimable Matt Webb.

    Huge thanks to Ann Scantlebury for making the audio quality of episode two considerably better than episode one.

    Tomorrow I’ll post a bunch of links, updates and apologies to all the people we missed out but, for now, please have a listen. It’s about 40 minutes.

    http://russelldavies.typepad.com/planning/2015/06/iot-in-our-own-time.html

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  7. Adam Curtis (Shift Run Stop podcast, 2009)

    Adam Curtis interview from the Shift Run Stop podcast, 2009. Edited and shared under Creative Commons Attribution-Non-commercial License. Shift Run Stop is by Leila Johnston and Roo Reynolds.

    Original episode link: http://shiftrunstop.co.uk/2009/12/31/episode-7-new-years-special-adam-curtis-and-avery-edison/

    License link: http://shiftrunstop.co.uk/license/

    Changes to original: The original episode interspersed separate interviews with Adam Curtis and Avery Edison, I’ve edited together just the AC bits for the benefit of fellow fans.

    Not endorsed by Shift Run Stop.

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  8. Shift Run Stop – Episode 9: Sarah Angliss and Paul B Davis

    Shift Run Stop is a free comedy podcast full to the brim with games, geeks and special guests.

    This week we were really honoured to talk to two fantastically clever artists who make use of technology in their work. Artist/performer Sarah Angliss has been researching the Uncanny Valley, and we hear about some of the eerie musical experiences she has created, for the Adam Curtis "It Felt Like A Kiss" piece and elsewhere. Sarah plays everything from the piano to the theramin and frequently makes use of automata and robots in her witty and evocative shows.

    Paul B Davis is an artist and lecturer at Goldsmiths, well-known for his work with computer art/music collective Beige, particularly NES cartridge hacking. Beige were among the first to record audio data for 8-bit computers onto a vinyl music LP - "vinyl for software distribution". Both classically-trained musicians, both drawn to a historical aesthetic that goes beyond simple nostalgia, and both fascinated by the technical and creative process of art-making, Paul and Sarah find they have much in common.

    Plus Leila and Dave Green go to the Tatsuo Miyajima show (running till January 16th), we all play Astro Wars and Dave finds that plenty of Easter treats are already in the shops.

    http://shiftrunstop.co.uk/2010/01/14/episode-9-sarah-angliss-and-paul-b-davies/

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