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Latest Podcast Episodes

The Final Edition
29 Apr 2014 @ 04:37 am

Jamillah, Chris and Rhod look back on 9 years of the segment that looked at how people innovate with technology. Look out for the next incarnation online!

The Internet's influence on art
22 Apr 2014 @ 03:35 am

This week Jamillah chats with author and curator Omar Kholeif about his new book collating essays by artists about the impact the Internet has had on the art world.

Heartbleed, the Radiophonic Workshop and word preserving robots
15 Apr 2014 @ 03:00 am

This week Outriders looks at the Heartbleed bug, veterans of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop talk about the prospect of performing live at Glastonbury and how robots are helping to preserve a trillion words.

Worlds of Sound
8 Apr 2014 @ 04:24 am

This week Jamillah Knowles finds out about the worlds of sound when we are online or immersed in gaming.

On the Map
1 Apr 2014 @ 02:18 am

Jamillah finds out more about mapping - as an artistic pursuit, in the way of neocartography and in Minecraft.

Dancing with machines
25 Mar 2014 @ 04:15 am

This week Jamillah and Rhod discover the ballet about Anonymous, how dancers can conduct music and how to knit your brainwaves.

Outriders and the Arts
18 Mar 2014 @ 05:30 am

This week Jamillah has been learning about how art has been inspired by Alan Turing, how we might be able to explore the Tate with robots and why arts organisations can do well with a digital presence.

Symbols and signs
11 Mar 2014 @ 06:00 am

This week Jamillah explores a new addition to Unicode, how emoticons show up in the brain and what it takes to create a clear symbol :)

Selfies, music and Venezuela
25 Feb 2014 @ 04:39 am

This week Jamillah finds out about self-monitoring citizen media in Venezuela, how 'Selfies' reflect our culture and why social media might not be the cure for the music business.

Outriders & the animals
19 Feb 2014 @ 02:32 am

This week Jamillah finds out how a fish can drive, what cats like to do with an iPad and how our environments could be changed to help working animals use technology.