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The Pod Delusion episode 128

March 24, 2012

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iPad in Gameboy case / Nintendo Virtual Boy / PC Engine LT

iPad in Gameboy case / Nintendo Virtual Boy / PC Engine LT

Episode 128: This week… We speak to IPCC climate scientist Michael E Mann, find out who won the Secularist of the Year award, try to build a space elevator and believe it not, have a story that’s vaguely about football. (Don’t worry though – we’re not actually talking about sport.) Alex Fitch discusses his addiction to handheld gadgets and Liz Lutgendorff talks to Peter Tatchell…
Correspondents include James O’Malley, David Allen Green, Georgia Gale Grant, Liz Lutgendorff, Michael E Mann, Sean Ellis, Sven Rudloff and Alex Fitch. The Pod Delusion is a weekly news magazine radio programme and podcast about interesting things.
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Links: Retro Gaming Blog and wikipedia page
Gizmodo article on gadget addiction

Recommended events:

Orbital Comics events

This April in the Orbital Gallery, Self-Made Hero showcases the artwork of the re-released classic anthology It’s Dark in London.

The book is a portrait of London that captures the city’s fundamental essence as an exquisite mixture of lofty towers and gutter sleaze, of suburban gentility and urban depravity, of private vices and public philanthropy, with artwork by Steve Bell, Dix, Jonathan Edwards, Carl Flint, Melinda Gebbie, Garry Marshall, Dave McKean, Woodrow Phoenix amongst others… to April 26th

The crew at 2000AD are bringing four of their most zarjaz creators to Orbital Comics on Saturday April 7 to celebrate the release of their new book, Mega-City Undercover 2.

Rob Williams, Simon Coleby, D’Israeli and Rufus Dayglo will all be on hand to sign and sketch for you, followed by a Q&A to discuss the new book and other projects.

2000AD are arranging giveaways for a few lucky participants, so make sure you don’t miss out on this truly mega event! Signing starts at 4pm followed by Q&A at 6pm.

Saturday April 7th, 4pm
Orbital Comics, 8 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JA

Gosh! Comics events

Simone Lia book launch and signing – Please God, Find me a husband!

April 10th, from 6.30pm

Darryl Cunningham book launch, signing and in conversation with Robin Ince, re: Science Tales

April 24, time TBC

Gosh! Comics, 1 Berwick Street, London W1F 0DR


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