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26 minutes | Apr 29, 2014
The Final Edition
Jamillah, Chris and Rhod look back on 9 years of the segment that looked at how people innovate with technology. Look out for the next incarnation online!
26 minutes | Apr 22, 2014
The Internet's influence on art
This week Jamillah chats with author and curator Omar Kholeif about his new book collating essays by artists about the impact the Internet has had on the art world.
24 minutes | Apr 15, 2014
Heartbleed, the Radiophonic Workshop and word preserving robots
This week Outriders looks at the Heartbleed bug, veterans of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop talk about the prospect of performing live at Glastonbury and how robots are helping to preserve a trillion words.
26 minutes | Apr 8, 2014
Worlds of Sound
This week Jamillah Knowles finds out about the worlds of sound when we are online or immersed in gaming.
26 minutes | Apr 1, 2014
On the Map
Jamillah finds out more about mapping - as an artistic pursuit, in the way of neocartography and in Minecraft.
26 minutes | Mar 25, 2014
Dancing with machines
This week Jamillah and Rhod discover the ballet about Anonymous, how dancers can conduct music and how to knit your brainwaves.
26 minutes | Mar 18, 2014
Outriders and the Arts
This week Jamillah has been learning about how art has been inspired by Alan Turing, how we might be able to explore the Tate with robots and why arts organisations can do well with a digital presence.
26 minutes | Mar 11, 2014
Symbols and signs
This week Jamillah explores a new addition to Unicode, how emoticons show up in the brain and what it takes to create a clear symbol :)
25 minutes | Feb 25, 2014
Selfies, music and Venezuela
This week Jamillah finds out about self-monitoring citizen media in Venezuela, how 'Selfies' reflect our culture and why social media might not be the cure for the music business.
25 minutes | Feb 19, 2014
Outriders & the animals
This week Jamillah finds out how a fish can drive, what cats like to do with an iPad and how our environments could be changed to help working animals use technology.
26 minutes | Feb 11, 2014
This week Jamillah discusses open source hardware and software for lowering the costs of mobile networks with guests in Oaxaca, Moscow and West Yorkshire and then learns about a new browser looking to use peer to peer sharing as an alternative to the Web.
26 minutes | Feb 4, 2014
Tech that fits like a second skin
This week Jamillah explores the requirements of open data for culture hacking, how 3D printing is changing nail fashion and the metallic false eyelashes that can control your TV with a wink.
26 minutes | Jan 28, 2014
This week Chris Vallance finds out about the Comic book expo at the British Library and chats with curator John Harris Dunning and comic legend Dave Gibbons. Meanwhile Jamillah explores digital comics with artist PJ Holden and the guys from Geek Syndicate.
26 minutes | Jan 21, 2014
New ways to read
This week Jamillah gets nosey around bookshelves, finds out about reading apps for kids and learns how to browse an Empathy Library.
26 minutes | Jan 7, 2014
Chaos in Hamburg
This week Chis Vallance has a chat with folks at the Chaos Computer Congress in Hamburg and Jamillah learns more about wearable technology
26 minutes | Dec 31, 2013
This week Jamillah finds out about Moore's Law and if it will become obsolete in 2014. She also checks back with some of her past guests of 2013 to find out what their hopes are for the new year.
26 minutes | Dec 24, 2013
Security and safety
Jamillah's gone festive! New gadgets? Here's some security and safety tips, maths at Christmas and hacking xmas songs.
25 minutes | Dec 17, 2013
World of Warcraft terrorists
Chris Vallance steps in for Jamillah, and takes a sideways look at whether government spies are trying to find terrorists in the virtual "World of Warcraft" .... whether websites like "They Work for You" or "fixmystreet" get things changed....and whether radio waves can stop cars.
26 minutes | Dec 10, 2013
Food, Dinner & Ballet.
Jamillah finds out about Food Phreaking and Christmas dinner, DIY cell phones and choreographing a ballet in a virtual space.
26 minutes | Dec 3, 2013
Surveillance, Bitcoins and Raspberry Pi Radio
Chris Vallance chats with tech leaders outside a Chatham House meeting while Jamillah and Rhod learn about Bitcoin investment and hacking new radio to appear vintage.
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