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The PodCraft Podcast: Series 3, Episode 18 In this episode we’re exploring the concept of 404 error pages. A 404 error occurs when someone tries to visit a page on your site that doesn’t exist. This might be because they’ve used […]
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It's been a week of ups and downs for Team OLL this week. Non-Intern Simon did his back in, but did meet his best mate Terry Alderton. Ann burst her eardrum, but she did find the smoke machine at our last Marioke session. Ste got caught googling Evangeline Lilly, but he did get to google Evangeline Lilly.
This week's Super-Special Guest was Phillip Asha from Trendy Entertainment. He had flown in from Florida to come on the show and boy were his arms tired! As well as giving us a chance to use that extremely poor joke Phillip was here to tell us all about Dungeon Defenders 2, how it is hard to make a sequel to a well-loved game and to not give us an exclusive. We also used Ann to calculate how much Trendy Entertainment had grown by and we think the answer she gave was correct.
Not only that but Doctor Avatar and Sega Badawi gave their usual excellent contributions, but it is the final appearance of Derek Williams for a while. Hopefully he'll return again soon. Perhaps he'll even be at our Christmas Party, which we subtly mention during the show. At the time of writing over half the tickets have gone so we advise buying your ticket now (unless you weren't coming anyway (which is a impossible situation)).
Oh and it was Non-Intern Simon's birthday! Happy birthday Non-Intern Simon!
Team OLL x
1. Solar Lune- JetLine
2. Anamanaguchi - Pop It
3. Klamm - Back To Reality
Ever wondered what a human platypus looked like? How about what it's like to burst a 20 year old spot? Nor had we until this week and that's just the pre-ramble.
This week Matt & Steve discuss the impact of the recent Philae Lander mission and it's organic discoveries. The mysteries of the oceans of Titan and how it's probably Kraken. And how you can now train your brain to replicate synesthesia, and why on earth anyone would want to do that. There's also the usual tangents; cannibalism, kids tv, RPGs, and a christian propaganda screening of Transformers.
Andrew Hunt on the importance of antagonism in public art
Public art is often seen as the worst kind of bland, art-by-committee cultural filler, but haven't recent works by artists such as Bill Drummond, Scott King and Mike Nelson shown how genuinely charged art in the public arena can be?
‘Scott King's concept of “de-regeneration” has previously allowed for an emotive deconstruction of regeneration through the proposal of alternative monuments.'
Dave Beech asks the question
Political activism has made an astonishing return to the art world over the past few years, with the threat of artists' withholding their work from exhibitions the most popular recent trend. But what is the nature of these different protest tactics, and how can artists effect change?
‘The art boycott is not principally associated with the withdrawal from work but the withdrawal of participation, in which participation is understood to be charged with ethical consent.'
Paul Carey-Kent on the 2014 Folkstone Triennia: Lookout
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We’ve got a bumper packed episode for you with news and views from TV land. Casting News from Netflix’s Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, Yahoo’s Community, TNT’s Lumen, Syfy’s The Expanse, ABC’s Agent Carter, and Fox’s Gotham. Spoilers from The Flash and Arrow upcoming crossover.
In UK TV news The Frankenstein Chronicles from ITV and From Hell transfers from movie land to a TV show from FX. Idris Elba’s Luthor returns for a special two partner and also a remake from Fox. BBC America showcases Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrel which is due next year.
Arrow Episodes E03E06 “Guilty” & E03E07 “Draw Back Your Bow” In “Guilty”, Ted Grant is accused of Murder and in “Draw Back Your Bow”, Arrow gets a uber fan girl calling herself Cupid that just can’t take no for an answer.
It all started so strongly for Season 5. But now that we've seen seven episodes we're left with the uncomfortable realisation that this might be the worst half-season of The Walking Dead ever, even if it turns out to end quite strongly next week.
Hello and Welcome to another episode of the Disney Brit Podcast.
Join Adam and Alan with a Disney chat.
The PodCraft Podcast: Series 3, Episode 17 Today we’re looking at security – not the most sexy of subjects, but vital if you want to run a good Podcasting website long term, and particularly if you want to make a living […]
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Panel Borders: Graphic Details
Continuing a month of shows about the work of comic book creators who mix together different cultures and media in their art, Alex Fitch talks to gallery owners Jo David and Rachel House, and artist Ariel Schrag about the exhibition Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women, currently on display at Space Station 65, Kennington, South London. Also, Graphic Details curator Sarah Lightman talks about her work and introduces artists Miriam Katin, Diane Noomin, Corinne Pearlman and Ilana Zeffren who describe the examples of their autobiographical strips which are featured in the exhibition. (Recorded at Space Station 65 Kennington, November 2014; originally broadcast 20th November 2014)
Exterior of Space Station 65 gallery / Ariel Schrag discusses her work / excerpt from The Book of Sarah by Sarah Lightman
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Alex and Rob cast an irreverent eye over local news from their respective home towns.
Listeners can submit stories from their local area to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories this week include:
Also revealed: We demand to know how far away the goats are?!
We check in with Curl and Durl for a return trip to Atlanta that ended up working despite some really silly stuff, just on the strength of two great actors and their characters.
Plus, we discuss why we believe there's no way Judith survives Season 5…
Maybe she'll be our first baby walk…err, crawler.
The team take part in Alan's Gameshow Extravaganza, loosely based on the hit show Blockbusters, and somehow end up discussing video game themed porn movies.
00:39 – For this weeks intro, Alan confuses the team by introducing them as gameshow hosts
05:55 – Alan introduces this weeks gameshow extravaganza
07:19 – Jamie gives an update on the Race To 200,000 Gamerscore Challenge
11:46 – Welcome to “Alan's Bob Holness' Blockbusters From Minecraft Blockbusters”
15:12 – Sarah kicks things off with the first question
28:57 – Ben and Jamie trigger the first Wildcard Mini-Game
44:40 – Alan causes upset with a questionable judges decision
48:00 – Sarah triggers the second Wildcard Mini-Game
52:49 – Alan causes yet another upset by playing hard and fast with the rules
54:50 – The team stumble upon the origin of Bobby Kotick
56:52 – And back to the gameshow extravaganza
59:29 – We have a winner, but Alan wants to ask just one more question
61:04 – The team discuss some of the industry's best video game themed porn movies
67:20 – Ben introduces a new feature, the New Sub Shout Out
68:47 – And that's it for this weeks episode!
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The boys are back after a long hiatus! Have you missed us? No? We'll you're about to find out what you've been missing!
This week we discuss how every game is broken at launch, we reflect on a year of "next gen" with the birthdays of the Xbox One & PS4 and we read out some enthralling user reviews found on metacritic!
The PodCraft Podcast: Series 3, Episode 16 Today on PodCraft we’re exploring the brilliant SpeakPipe. SpeakPipe is a tool which allows you to set up a voicemail system for your listeners, allowing them to leave audio messages directly on your website. As […]
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