Jan 27, 8:31 2011 Mar 10, 6:14
Polar bears destroy hiddern cameras (filming them for Science!) It is a well known fact that polar bears are very protective of their rights to privacy.
2010 Sep 14, 2:49
Thanks to someone for this list of mp3s: "I really dug into a collection of Nirvana songs culled from BBC Sessions circa 1989-1991."
2010 Jan 30, 2:26
Similar to the "This is the title of a typical incendiary blog post" (http://faultline.org/index.php/site/item/incendiary/) except this is a typical news report. "...and this is a lighthouse keeper
being beheaded by a lighthouse beam."
2009 Dec 21, 3:40
"“I uploaded (Panic Attack!) on a Thursday and on Monday my inbox was totally full of e-mails from Hollywood studios,” he told the BBC’s Latin American service BBC Mundo. “It was amazing, we were all
shocked.”" And I can see why -- its a good video.
2009 Oct 16, 5:34
A few shots of the Hand From Above's internals. It messes with street passers-by on a giant video screen
2009 Oct 8, 11:29
The title sounds like its a line out of a text adventure. Actually its Stephen Fry and zoologist Mark Carwardine getting beaten by a parrot.
2009 Jun 8, 3:40
I didn't hear about this at the time, but a sixth Hitchhikers Guide novel will be written by Eoin Colfer. This article has some quotes from Eoin about it and big-shoe filling is addressed. Also in
the article is a clip of the voice actor of Arthur Dent from the radio series as Arthur Dent complaining about being brought back to life that had been played on BBC Radio.
2009 May 22, 12:10
sequelguy posted a photo:
2008 Nov 20, 11:01
Woo! "I love making films for the cinema but the production of Chicken Run and Curse of the Were-Rabbit were virtually back to back and each film took five years to complete. A Matter of Loaf and
Death will be so much quicker to make. I'm delighted to be back into production and back with BBC One with Wallace and Gromit. Over the years the BBC has been incredibly supportive of Wallace and
Gromit, this film feels like their homecoming."
2008 Jul 24, 7:26
Fake Facebook page considered libel and gets target big pounds: "Mathew Firsht was awarded 22,000 pounds in damages against an old school friend". Careful what you post...
2008 Jul 23, 5:19
"Everyone can do an American accent... at least everyone thinks they can. After the BBC's Stephen Robb took a lesson from one of the movie industry's top accent coaches, we asked readers to record
their best US accents."
2008 Mar 7, 3:26
Two weekends ago it was actually sunny and kind of warm so Sarah and I went down to Spud Fish and Chips and Juanita Beach Park. We ate fish and chips on the dock. I took a few pictures and this
time actually put some geographical information on Flickr so now I've got a map of my tiny fish and chips journey. On the map click on the floating marks to view the associated photos.
Flickr provides access to the geo data associated with your photos via GeoRSS feeds. And Google Maps displays
GeoRSS feed content on their maps allowing you even to edit the data but doesn't appear to let you easily export the GeoRSS. Live Maps does the inverse, allowing you to create and export GeoRSS data but not import it. I'd like both please. Oh well.
2007 Dec 23, 8:46
Banksy replaces Paris Hilton CDs with his own satirical music and cover art in stores.
2007 Dec 19, 2:57
History of BBC on the Web.
2007 Nov 15, 4:03
Colossus set to compete against modern PC in decrypting Nazi messages in promotion of museum.
2007 Nov 7, 1:40
Interview with BBC's News Director Richard Sambrook mostly on the topic of news medias role on the Internet.
2007 Apr 18, 11:22
For a trial period the BBC will open its archive online for free. Hopefully this is the start of a trend otherwise in the future the only freely available content will be reruns of Absolutely
2007 Apr 5, 11:45
British cameras watching the public now have loudspeakers hooked up to scold people behaving inappropriately. What year is it?