lookingnorthfromrotherhithe

Portfolio

An incomplete and still growing list of a few things I’ve done that I’m moderately pleased with.

Past Projects

Audio

10-11 For Radio 4, BBC Outriders a piece on plans to build Babbage’s Analytical Engine

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04-11 For Radio 4, a feature on the Oramic’s Machine

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04-08 A feature for Radio4 on quizzing in the age of google

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03-08 A soundscape from SXSW08 a version aired on Radio 4. (Music by Jonathan Coulton

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06-08 Excerpt from an edition of iPM presented from The Global Voices Summit 08

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Text

04-11 BBC News Daphne Oram’s Oramics Machine + video
12-10 BBC News Wikileaks Defectors Launch Alernative Site
03-10 BBC News Activists Turn Hactivists on the Web
02-08 BBC News: Private Data, Public Risk
01-08 BBC News: Facebook faces privacy questions
03-07 BBC News: The Next US Leader? Ask a Ninja
03-06 BBC News: Met Blogging Rules Spark Anger
08-05 BBC News: Robotic Racers Reach Milestone + picture
11-05 BBC News: Podcasts send mixed messages to radio + picture

Video

02-10 Shot with a Canon 7D an interview with Julian Assange about the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative

12-09 Presenting a short BBC News report on an innovative use of artificial intelligence in a game.

05-08 The effect of warming seas revealed by one of the longest running continuous scientific experiments. Shot on a Flip camera while recording a radio piece this video was a test of what you could do with a very cheap and cheerful bit of equipment.

And finally..

Two gems from the archive…
06-06 BBC News Online (well it worked)
08-03 The China Post