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  1. Marley Was Dead

    Peepolykus comedy drama from 2010. "A Christmas Carol, but not as you’ve ever heard it before."

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    Tagged with comedy

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  2. Designer Notes 23: Sid Meier - Part 1

    In this episode, Soren Johnson interviews legendary game designer Sid Meier, best known for designing Pirates!, Railroad Tycoon, and Civilization. They discuss using the Ayatollah Khomeini as an enemy, how Strike Eagle differentiated itself from Flight Simulator, and why the torpedo doesn’t go where the player aims it in Silent Spring.

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  3. Siri is dying. Long live Susan Bennett. - Typeform blog

    “Solving is the focus of the next interface battlefield which will be fought across web, mobile, and a wide internet of things.”

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  4. Nicolas Collins - It Was A Dark And Stormy Night

    Trace Elements Records, 1992.

    http://www.nicolascollins.com/darkandstormytracks.htm

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  5. Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast: Simon Munnery

    An interview with the comedian’s comedian and avant garde comedy genius, Simon Munnery. In a frank interview Simon reveals the unwritten truth of Steve Coogan’s 1992 Edinburgh Fringe hospital visit, how Mark Lamarr did the bravest thing ever witnessed on stage, how Simon met his wife as a voice in the darkness during a gig that was spiralling out of control, setting up a restaurant that doesn’t serve food, and what it was like to play Malcolm Hardee’s legendary Tunnel Club.

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  6. BBC Radio 4 - Desert Island Discs, James Burke

    The castaway this week is James Burke, whose broadcasting style has been described as "turning science into show-biz". But, paradoxically, he admits to being immensely impractical and reveals to Michael Parkinson, while choosing his eight records to take to the island, that he at one time planned to make music his career.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p009mgby

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  7. Cern podcast: Chris Morris visits the Large Hadron Collider | Science | The Guardian

    Physicist Brian Cox guides satirist Chris Morris around the Large Hadron Collider.

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/audio/2008/jun/30/cern.chris.morris.podcast

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  8. Alan Bennett discusses Keeping On Keeping On – books podcast | Books | The Guardian

    Much loved playwright, diarist, screenwriter, essayist and short-story author, Alan Bennett has beguiled audiences for more than 50 years since he first became an unlikely comedy star in Beyond the Fringe. His latest volume of diaries, Keeping On Keeping On, covers 10 years from 2005-2015 – a decade in which he premiered four shows at the National Theatre, published a bestselling novella and released film adaptations of The History Boys and The Lady in the Van.

    When Bennett came to the West Yorkshire Playhouse to talk to Charlotte Higgins at a Guardian Live event, he read from Keeping On Keeping On, chronicling the indignities of receiving treatment for cancer. He also discussed how he often takes his inspiration from moments recorded in his diaries, and why Brexit and Boris Johnson have made him bare his political teeth again.

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  9. Alan Bennett’s Diary for 2016 · LRB

    Alan Bennett reads his diary for 2016, from the London Review of Books podcast.

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  10. BBC Radio 4 - Thinking Allowed, HG Wells, Utopias, Paraphernalia

    HG Wells was so involved in establishing sociology in this country that he wrote to Prime Minister Balfour to ask for a special endowment so he could give up on his novels. His emphasis was on utopias, he felt that social science could only progress if an ideal version of society was created with which to compare our own. He lost his battle but the sociologist Ruth Levitas tells Laurie that sociology has become boring and that Wells was right!

    Also, some everyday things - keys, combs, glasses - have the ability to enchant or absorb. Laurie Taylor talks to Steven Connor and Michael Bywater about how paraphernalia can have an almost magical power.

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