“I’ve been thinking about my mother a lot recently. Today would have been her birthday”. Robin Ince reflects on reading from his book for the first time.Read More
Another of our live shows from the Edinburgh Fringe and this time Robin is chatting to Sofie Hagen and Martin Mor. This episode contains discussions about dinosaur erotica and counter culture magazines.Read More
Book Shambles co-host Robin Ince is a well known bibliophile. The problem with this is it means his house is in danger of collapsing under the weight of books. So he set about trying to part with 1000 books he’s never going to get round to reading. Which got us thinking.Read More
Another episode recorded live at the Edinburgh Fringe, this time Robin is joined by comedians Jen Brister and mere hours after finding out he was nominated for the Comedy Award, Alex Edelman.Read More
Life on Oden has taken a different turn in the past ten days, and it seems to be a very natural evolutionary step from where we were at the halfway point. The ship has a completely different feel about it, and I didn’t really see it coming at all. We are evolving into a village.Read More
Ten years ago it was Wednesday, and at 10:28 in the morning Geneva time the first protons had just made the 27 km journey through the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Prof Jon Butterworth on the tenth anniversary of switching the LHC on.Read More
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