Describing itself as a radio magazine, this site gathers together audio from multiple sources. Oddly though, there’s no podcast feed and they make it hard to get at the source mp3s.
Before there was phone phreaking there was …radio interception hacking?
A century ago, one of the world’s first hackers used Morse code insults to disrupt a public demo of Marconi’s wireless telegraph
There are echoes of “the footage” from Gibson’s Pattern Recognition in this strange tale of a cold war radio signal.
A great way of supporting the best podcast on the planet: a limited set of prints by five designers, illustrators and artists. Grab yours quick before they’re all gone.
A demo reel for the proposed solution to a very, very, very long term problem.
Honor gives a tour of sound from space.
A great piece on the golden age of radio ...which is right now.
If you're a long-time listener to Radiolab, this T-shirt will make sense to you. I want it.
A few notes on the recent re-align of the Radio 4 website by Clearleft.
Matt Jones on sociality, data, radio and time.
A 2004 paper on huffduffing.
Gorgeous visual design for an interestingly eclectic site.
An experimental prototype that tracks the online buzz around BBC programmes (before they disappear down the memory hole of the iPlayer's time-restricted playback).
A satirical parody of the BBC's "Thought for the Day". Slightly cruel, mostly funny and entirely brilliant.
The new Radiohead video isn't really a video at all. It's data visualisation. Here you can interact with the data points while the song is playing. I love this.
If, like me, you were going cold turkey on Mobile Scrobbler after updating your jailbroken iPhone/iPod Touch, you can stop sweating now. The official Last.fm app is really, really nice ...and it's free.
The Olinda has arrived. I love the physical API.
A blog of all the best bits of Radio 4.
Ever wanted to remix a Radiohead song? Me neither. But for those who do, they now can.
Compare and contrast Last.fm's chart with the "official" UK chart. It's as if Radiohead doesn't even exist in meatspace.
Radiohead are distributing their next album themselves. You'll be able to download it for the princely sum of... whatever you feel like paying.
A mashup of Pandora and Last.fm. While you listen to Pandora, the track information is uploaded to your Last.fm account.
Simon Singh talks about zero, pi, the golden ratio, the square root of minus one, and infinity.
Podcasting has an anthem.
Tom Coates, Heather Armstrong and others weigh in with their thoughts. Tom has a sexy radio voice.
20 more radio programmes are getting the MP3 treatment.