Creatiplicity Podcast 29: Craft, Parenting and Cheese with Jon Hicks

UK designer Jon Hicks of Hicksdesign (partly responsible for amongst other things, the Firefox logo and the recently published The Icon Handbook) joins Chris Bowler and discusses design, parenting, co-working and cheese.

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This Week In Startups Episode 229: Hosain Rahman of Jawbone

On This Week in Startups, Jason Calacanis is joined by Jawbone CEO and co-founder Hosain Rahman.

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Greg Proops Podcast: The Smartest Man in the World – Menageries

Greg Proops podcast live from the California Academy of Sciences in his beloved San Francisco, Greg discusses alligators, bears, eels, elephants, giraffes, rhinos, and skeksis.

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Royal Academy Podcast: On Location: Hockney in Yorkshire

The Royal Academy podcast features a lecture by Marco Livingstone, exhibition curator. An event in conjunction with the exhibition ‘David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture‘.

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Stuff You Should Know Podcast: Long Now: The 10,000 Year Clock

In a desert in Texas a 200-feet-tall clock is being constructed deep inside a mountain. Once completed, it will keep time for the next 10,000 years, even if there are no humans around to use it. Tune in as Chuck and Josh get to the bottom of the Long Now.

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BBC File On 4 Podcast: Deaths in Custody / Excited Delirium

The FileOn4 podcast sees Angus Stickler investigate a new term increasingly being used to explain deaths in police custody: Excited Delirium. Could the diagnosis be used to cover up excessive police force?

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Zane Lowe Podcast: Ben Howard, MIA & Jack White

The latest Zane Lowe podcast features singer-songwriter Ben Howard as he performs one of the most talked about Maida Vale Sessions in tears. Theres also returns for MIA & Jack White. Are you onboard?

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Ungeniused Podcast 18 – The Challenger Disaster

Stephen Hackett  is joined by Brett Kelly to talk about the space shuttle Challenger’s last flight in 1986. Ungeniused is a podcast dedicated to exploring how far down the rabbit hole one can go on Wikipedia.

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Reuben Grinberg on the legality of Bitcoin

Reuben Grinberg, a Yale Law School graduate now in private practice in New York City, discusses his paper, published in the Hastings Science & Technology Law Journal entitled, Bitcoin: An Innovative Alternative Digital Currency. Grinberg first gives a brief overview of Bitcoin, the decentralized, digital currency.

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Gilles Peterson: Worldwide Vol.5 No.3 // Havana Cultura: The Story So Far

The amazing Gilles Peterson is back with the first Worldwide podcast of 2012. Gilles takes a trip back to his discovery of the Havana Cultura project which has so far thrown up multiple trips to record in Cuba alongside the likes of Roberto Fonseca, Mayra Caridad Valdes, Los Aldeanos, Danay Suarez, Edgaro, Francis del Rio and a string of other amazing Cuban musicians, vocalists and rappers. This is definately one of our favourites podcasts, the search continues…

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Mac Power Users 71: Harry McCracken’s iPad

Technologizers,  Harry McCracken joins David and Katie on the Mac Power Users podcast to explain how he primarily relies on his iPad for getting work done.

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The GamesDay Podcast : Epicsode 137 – Copies, Clones, & Controllers

This Gamesday podcast reminded us of our days with a SNES and a Super Wild Card. The gang cover SNES emulation, Ian drops a “you’ll never guess what I’ve been playing lately”, Clone Wars on the Xbox360 and how depressing the new series is.

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Stuff You Should Know Podcast: How Magic Mushrooms Work

For thousands of years, humans have used hallucinogenic mushrooms for spiritual reasons. But how do magic mushrooms work and what can they do?  Can they help the mentally ill? Tune into the latest Stuff You Should Know podcast.

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NPR Planet Money Podcast: The App Economy w/ Marco Arment

Marco Arment creator of of one of our favourite iOS apps, Instapaper and co-founder of  Tumblr, is on todays NPR podcast. We hear how a hobby turns into a lucrative one-man business — and how Apple’s App Store is transforming the Internet economy. The gist is super simple. In fact, it’s something that’s been going on in the physical world for thousands of years: Giving people a convenient way to buy cheap products.

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XLR8R Podcast 232: LV

XLR8R are 232 podcasts strong.  In this episode, LV put together an exclusive mix for the series that covers 40 tracks and explores a wide variety of sounds; South African house and shades of the UK bass.

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