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Our animation made it onto BBC News Instagram #sonewmedia

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In The Dark Radio

I had a great time at my first In The Dark Radio. It's a listening party for some of the most creative, innovative, and mystical audio pieces. London has lots of film nights but audio is less well served. It's really worth joining the mailing list as their events sell out quickly. And they have sweet mugs... Below is a sample of my favourite pieces from the night, all worth bookmarking

 

(Names link to Twitter where I could find them)

Juggling on the radio - Jonathan Goldstein: lovely use of audio, oh the possibilities... - http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/WireTap/Season+1/ID/1563560553/

Meat Factory Ear Worms - Richie Beirne: spin the yarn my friends, a really fun one - http://www.rte.ie/radio1/doconone/2011/0312/646650-the-curious-ear-doconone-meat-factory-ear-worms/

An Interior Life - Laurence Grissell: very moving, nicely paced piece with great music - http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org/library/931-an-interior-life

The Swim Lesson - Scott Carrier: lovely narration - http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org/library/8-swim-lesson

All you need is a separation barrier - Niall Farrell: slightly mind boggling short audio art piece, great editing - http://thirdcoastfestival.org/library/914-all-you-need-is-a-separation-barrier

Can't Rewind the Past - Steve Urquhart: where should you start the story? https://soundcloud.com/listentosteve/cant-rewind-the-past

 

Check out some of my other multimedia highlights from the year over on my Culture Badger blog

See you over on the twitter - @thomhoffman

 

 

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FIFTY SPOONS OF SUGAR

The new trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey just dropped, and holy heck, it's insane. Decided that the eponymous hero reminded me of another guy with a bit of a temper on him. And so I made this....

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 A selfie. Literally the only way ‘we’re in it together…’

A selfie. Literally the only way ‘we’re in it together…’

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  Enjoyed Grand Budapest Hotel, but Wes Anderson pulling a bit of a Shia Laboeuf with his ‘homage’ to classic British comedy characters

Enjoyed Grand Budapest Hotel, but Wes Anderson pulling a bit of a Shia Laboeuf with his ‘homage’ to classic British comedy characters

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February Radio

Short Cuts - http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/shortcuts

Jarvis Cocker’s Wireless Nights - http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/jcwn
which is taken from the Organist podcast - http://www.theorganist.org/
360 Documentaries - http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/360/

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  Discount collaborative workspace hub, good central locations

Discount collaborative workspace hub, good central locations

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  Guys, my new kindle cover arrived. I’m pretty sure I made the right choice….

Guys, my new kindle cover arrived. I’m pretty sure I made the right choice….

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