99% Invisible Podcast – Episode 45 – Immersive Ideal

We love the concepts that Roman Mars comes up with for the 99% Invisible podcasts, this episode covers how the US band Beauty Pill re-purpose the Black Box Theater as a makeshift recording studio that will give the public a window into the sessions.

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The Vergecast 014 – 01.20.2012

Slightly unfresh from the Las Vegas CES show of last week, the Vergecast is back with episode 14. This week the gang cover the Apple Education Event (iBooks 2), their opposition to SOPA, and the legal battle faced by MegaUploads.

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Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo’s Film Reviews: Andrea Riseborough

Simon and Mark have reviews of X Night of Vengeance, Madonnas WE, Coriolanus, Haywire, The Sitter, J Edgar, plus actor Andrea Riseborough talks about her role in the biopic WE.

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Com Truise: Komputer Cast – Volume 1

How did we miss these when they were originally released back in 2010?  Com Truise provides a short series of 4 delightful podcasts featuring vintage synth-funk for the modern nostalgic individual. These are really great, we’d advise on visiting the site to pick up the full artwork and track listings.

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Hospital Podcast 164 with London Elektricity

Hospital Records are back in 2012 with podcast 164 -and this one is extra special to us… 52 mins into the show and London Elektricity shouts out the @podcast_team at podcast.co.uk!  Thanks Tony, we’re loving your work sir.

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Ty’s iHelp: iPhone 4S & iPad 2 5.0.1 Jailbreak Untethered

Ty gives you the update on the status of the Untethered iPhone 4S and iPad 2 Jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1.

 

Kera Think Podcast: Mexico Today and Tomorrow

With thousands dead in the country’s drug war, Mexico is going through seriously tough times. But why is the country facing these challenges and what can be done to help? Roderic Ai Camp, Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College and author of “Mexico: What Everyone Needs to Know” discusses.

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The Nerdist Podcast: Scott Ian of Anthrax

TV has soap operas, literature has Shakespeare, and metal – well, metal has AnthraxScott Ian of Anthrax talks about zombies, Sam Kinison, and the sup rising influences of Public Enemy frontman, Chuck D. 

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The Last Week On Earth – Episode 8: Ben Gleib and Bobby Lee: Nuclear Hooker Assassins

News. Pop Culture. Random sh*t. Everything that happened last week. Last Week on Earth is the white paper cone at the center of a cotton candy world.  This week Ben is with Bobby Lee (Mad TV, Chelsea Lately)

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Khodorkovsky Movie – Film Trailer Podcast

Explore the rise and fall of Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who shot to the upper echelons of Russia’s wealthy elite before he became one of the most high-profile political prisoners on the planet in 2003.

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5by5: The Talk Show 75: A Mute Point

John Gruber and Dan Benjamin discuss the iPhone ringer switch, the behavior of switches and buttons on smartphones, how many levels of volume you need, dedicated camera buttons, keyboards, Apple’s upcoming education event, and some of the most important follow up ever.

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Bleep Podcast #043

We can’t keep up with Bleep at the minute. We’re still listening to their Top 100 tracks of 2011 (recommended listening!) while Oli Marlow kicks off 2012 with this mammoth 22 track podcast.

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TED: Defend our freedom to share (or why SOPA is a bad idea) – Clay Shirky (2012)

We all noticed the Wikipedia blackout on Wednesday, right?  This TED podcast asks what a bill like PIPA / SOPA means to our shareable world? Clay Shirky delivers a proper manifesto — a call to defend our freedom to create, discuss, link and share, rather than passively consume. Read More…

Answer Me This! Podcast Episode 201

The Answer Me This podcast celebrates its 5th birthday this week and to celebrate Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann launched episode 201, their first of 2012.

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WTF with Marc Maron Podcast: Fred Stoller

Known for classic Seinfeld episodes and cousin Gerard in Everybody Loves Raymond, Fred Stoller broke into comedy during the boom period of the 1980s. He was been on probably every television show that would feature stand-ups. By 1993, he quit. Fred talks to Marc about the struggle of being and remaining Fred Stoller.

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