moonhouse / David Hall

There are five people in moonhouse’s collective.

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  1. The Tone Generation - Show 1 Great Britain

    The Tone Generation is Ian`s continuing radio series exploring electronic music; a personal selection drawn from his records and cds, looking at different themes or composers in the era of analogue tape and early synthesizer technology. Within the limitations of his collection and the half hour time slot, the programmes will hopefully act as a useful and enlightening overview of electronic music as it developed in many different countries, and will be of special interest to enthusiasts and students studying the history of analogue electronics, from the formative days up to the 1970s.

    Programme 1: Great Britain Music by: Desmond Briscoe, Daphne Oram, Desmond Leslie, Tristram Cary, Roberto Gerhard, Fred Judd and Malcolm Clarke.

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  2. What’s My Name

    Another one from Earworm: 22 songs in one mashup — Ace of Bass, Mamas and the Papas, Brandy & Monica, Aaliyah, Britney Spears, Beyonce, Donna Summer, Maroon 5, Eminem, Alicia Keys, Destiny’s Child, Snoop Dogg, DMX ,The Who, Madison Avenue, Eurythmics, Peter Gabriel, Irene Cara ,Kanye West, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jason Mraz, Phil Collins (via

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  3. Futures in Biotech 35: The Brain Machine Interface

    Dr. Justin Sanchez discusses technologies that enable direct brain to computer interfacing, just think…

    Guest: Dr. Justin C. Sanchez, Director of the Neuroprosthetics Research Group, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neurology, Department of Neuroscience, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida.

    I really had no idea that the technologies that Justin has developed existed other than in science fiction. The possibilities are endless, and could change everything from computing, to flying planes, to simply changing the channel…

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  4. The Crime of Reason

    Just a few minutes into it and finding it very interesting!

    From IT Conversations, Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with Nobel Laureate Robert Laughlin, about the value of the information we get for free from the internet, and that which for scientists is not out there for any price.

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  5. All in the Mind - 2008-10-25 The secret life of bacteria

    "We can´t survive without them — and we´ve long underestimated their prowess. Controversially, bacteria could even have cognitive talents that rival our own. Predatory behaviour, cooperation, memory — Jules Verne eat your heart out — Natasha Mitchell takes you on a strange adventure into the secret world of microbial mentality" via Hugh

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