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1084 - Paul Levy on Learning to Dance with Spiders | 2012-09-26

Hello world. And welcome to the Full Circle Podcast on Hacker Public Radio. This episode consists of an interview with entrepreneur, thinker and author Paul Levy.

The founder of Cats3000 and Rational Madness and author of the play Texts, Paul is also convener of the Critical Incident unconference, which together lead to Learning to Dance with Spiders, a workshop in which Paul shares some experiments from his book about living consciously with your mobile phone and staying intact in the world of social media. Truly ground-breaking, uncomfortable, and usable.”

Also discussed: Jaron Lanier: You are not a Gadget Sherri Turkel: Alone Together

Paul Levy’s site combines Cats3000 and Rational Madness at http://rationalmadness.wordpress.com/, where you will also find the e-book The Collusion of Mediocrity.

The Critical Incident un-Conference for 2012 has been annouced on the theme of the I. Take a look over the conference plan for this year over at the Critical Incident website, www.thecriticalincident.com/

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 27mins 33seconds


1074 - OGG Camp 11. Post-event Commentary with Alan Pope | 2012-09-13

This show was recorded last year

Welcome to the Full Circle Podcast on Hacker Public Radio. This is the last of our highlights of last Summers unconference, OGG Camp eleven, held at Farnham Maltings in the South of England.

This show is a post-unconference de-brief with Alan Pope, one of the event organisers and friend of the show.

OGG Camp is a joint venture organised by those lovely podcasters the Linux Outlaws and the Ubuntu UK Podcast.

Alan has since joined Canonical as ‘Engineering Manager in Product Strategy, Engineering Ubuntu for hardware on a variety of devices. Strategy includes the Shuttleworth plan for Ubuntu on Everything.

Find Alan at popey.com/blog (tagline DON'T YOU KNOW WHO I AM!!) and in his regular appearances as the host of the Ubuntu UK Podcast at http://podcast.ubuntu-uk.org/

His wiki page is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanPope

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 16mins 18seconds


1064 - OGG Camp 11 Panel Discussion | 2012-08-30

This was recorded last year

Welcome to the Full Circle Podcast on Hacker Public Radio. This is the third of our highlights of last Summers unconference, OGG Camp-11, held at Farnham Maltings in the South of England.

Introducing the OGG Camp-11 Panel Discussion

On the panel we have:

  • Dan Lynch of Linux Outlaws, our Chairman
  • Karen Sandler of the Gnome Foundation and ex-Software Freedom Law Center
  • Simon Phipps of Forgerock and the Open Software Initiative
  • Stuart ‘Aq’ Langridge, from Canonical's UbuntuOne team and ex-LUG Radio presenter
  • Fabian Scherschel of Linux Outlaws

Like every good panel Discussion, this all begins with questions from the floor

OGG Camp is a joint venture organised by those lovely podcasters the Linux Outlaws and the Ubuntu UK Podcast.

We've more highlights of OGG Camp coming up on the Full Circle Podcast very soon, including Andy Piper and Laura Cjaikowski.

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 40mins 56seconds


1054 - Becky Hogge: Barefoot into Cyberspace | 2012-08-16

Hello world. Welcome to the Full Circle Podcast on Hacker Public Radio. This episode consists of an interview with journalist and author Becky Hogge.

Her book, Barefoot into Cyberspace: Adventures in Search of Techno Utopia came out last year around the time of the extradition case surrounding Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. The book explores modern technology and society through activism and journalism, covering the hacker counter-culture, from Stallman and Lessig, the Chaos Club to WikiLeaks Julian Assange and Rop Gonggrijp.

“I think most of what were fighting still today in the world is incompetence. Most of what we’re fighting is stupidity, and maybe a little bit of opportunism. There is also the ominous, control-seeking large corporate interests.”

“We come in peace. We’re not called Chaos Computer Club because we cause chaos. If anything, a lot of our collective work has actually prevented chaos by pointing out that maybe we should lay some decent virtual foundations before we build any more virtual skyscrapers.”

Barefoot into Cyberspace: Adventures in Search of Techno-Utopia by Becky Hogge, illustrated by Christopher Scally ISBN 978-1-906110-50-5 (print) | 978-1-906110-51-2 (Kindle)

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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Runtime: 37mins 58seconds


1049 - OGG Camp 11: Laura Czajowksi, Life Outside of IRC in a FLOSS Community | 2012-08-09

welcome to the Full Circle Podcast on Hacker Public Radio. This is the fifth, if I'm counting correctly, of our highlights of last Summers unconference, OGG Camp eleven, held at Farnham Maltings in the South of England.

This show is a recording of a presentation from Laura Czajkowski on the benefits of real-world, as opposed to cyber-community. Entitled Life Outside of IRC in a FLOSS Community, Laura evangelises on the on the benefits of real-world interaction, beyond that on-line.

Laura describes herself as Argumentative, Stubborn, Geek, Ubuntu Fan and MUNSTER FAN. Munster, for those who don't know, being a major rugby team from the town of Munster back in her native Ireland.

Laura has this year joined Canonical as Launchpad Support Specialist

Presentation from Laura Czajkowski.
Laura czajkowski on Lanyrd: Argumentative, Stubborn, Geek, Ubuntu Fan, MUNSTER FAN
Slides (pdf): Life Outside of IRC in a FLOSS Community (cypher.skynet.ie)

We've more highlights of OGG Camp coming up on the Full Circle Podcast very soon, including a de-brief with Alan Pope.

OGG Camp is a joint venture organised by those lovely podcasters the Linux Outlaws and the Ubuntu UK Podcast.

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 17mins 34seconds


1035 - OGG Camp 11 Panel Discussion | 2012-07-20

Welcome to the Full Circle Podcast on Hacker Public Radio. This is the fourth of our highlights of last Summers unconference, OGG Camp-11, held at Farnham Maltings in the South of England.

Introducing Andy Piper on MQTT: MQ Telemetry Transport

Welcome to the Full Circle Podcast on Hacker Public Radio. This is the fourth of our highlights of last Summers unconference, OGG Camp eleven, held at Farnham Maltings in the South of England.

MQTT is a machine-to-machine (M2M)/"Internet of Things" connectivity protocol. It was designed as an extremely lightweight publish/subscribe messaging transport. It is useful for connections with remote locations where a small code footprint is required and/or network bandwidth is at a premium. For example, it has been used in sensors communicating to a broker via satellite link, over occasional dial-up connections with healthcare providers, and in a range of home automation and small device scenarios. It is also ideal for mobile applications because of its small size, low power usage, minimised data packets, and efficient distribution of information to one or many receivers

Andy Piper on Lanyrd: social bridgebuilder, photographer, techie, speaker, podcaster, WebSphere Messaging Community Lead @ IBM, Committee @ Digital Surrey.

The presentation Messaging for the Internet of Awesome Things (slideshare.net)

Andy’s blog for MQTT, The Lost Outpost is also on-line.

OGG Camp is a joint venture organised by those lovely podcasters the Linux Outlaws and the Ubuntu UK Podcast.

We've more highlights of OGG Camp coming up on the Full Circle Podcast very soon, including Andy Piper and Laura Cjaikowski.

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 31mins 35seconds


1029 - Karen Sandler on Medical Devices: OGG Camp Part Two | 2012-07-12

Introducing Karen Sandler: legal eagle, formerly of the Software Freedom Law Center and newly appointed executive director at the Gnome Foundation.

Presentation from Karen Sandler. Karen wasn’t due on the scheduled track, but stepped into an unexpected gap to talk about something, dare I say, very close to her heart? Opening up embedded software in medical devices.

OGG Camp is a joint venture organised by those lovely podcasters the Linux Outlaws and the Ubuntu UK Podcast.

We've more highlights of OGG Camp coming up on the Full Circle Podcast very soon, including Andy Piper on MQTT and the Ogg Camp Panel discussion.

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 20mins 2seconds


0999 - Simon Phipps on Open Software: OGG Camp Part One | 2012-05-30

This is the first of our highlights of last Summer's unconference, OGG Camp eleven, held at Farnham Maltings in the South of England.

Introducing Simon Phipps, who presented the opening session of the unconference to a packed main hall, on Software Freedom.

A computer industry veteran, Simon Phipps came on with an actual box of hats which he proceeded the change at speed, reminding me of Tommy Cooper in his heyday.

Simon has come up through hands-on roles as field engineer, programmer and systems analyst, run a software publishing company, worked with OSI standards in the eighties, on the first commercial collaborative conferencing software in the nineties, and helped introduce both Java and XML at IBM.

A founding Director of the Open Mobile Alliance, Simon is Chief Strategy Officer at independent software company ForgeRock and Director of the Open Source Initiative. Find his essays at webmink.com.

Simon Phipps’ presentation on software freedom. Here’s a shortened version of the presentation which ran to 35 minutes in its entirety.

OGG Camp is a joint venture organised by those lovely podcasters the Linux Outlaws and the Ubuntu UK Podcast.

We've more highlights of OGG Camp coming up on the Full Circle Podcast very soon, including Karen Sandler and the Ogg Camp Panel discussion.

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 18mins 2seconds


0954 - All Things Chrome | 2012-03-28

Cast your minds back to Summer 2011, when Google Plus still looked like a good idea, before the HP Touchpad came and went in a fire sale and before the Euro debt crisis turned into a Keystone Cops movie.

A presenter formerly of this parish, one Ed Hewitt, went out and bought himself a new toy; a Samsung Chromebook. ChromeOS marches on, but for how long? I stand back and referee as Ed and Dave Wilkins, fight it out.

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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Runtime: 24mins 0seconds


0874 - Interview: Lucy Chambers, Open Knowledge Foundation | 2011-12-07

Hello World and welcome to our show on Hacker Public Radio. This episode is the last of our three interviews resulting from the Opentech Conference over the Summer by my co-host, Les Pounder

We're going to jump straight in and skip the introductions; if you want to find out about the conference and our other interviews, you can listen back to the earlier preview show with conference organiser Sam Smith and interview shows with speakers Greg Mehne of Social Innovation Camp and Paula Graham of Fossbox.

| Interview: Lucy Chambers of the Open Knowledge Foundation

"Founded in 2004, we’re a not-for-profit organization promoting open knowledge: any kind of data and content – sonnets to statistics, genes to geodata – that can be freely used, reused, and redistributed. We promote open knowledge because of its potential to deliver far-reaching societal benefits."

OpenTech 2011

Saturday 21st May 2011,Union Building, University of London.

OpenTech 2011 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, transport and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.

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The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 20mins 17seconds


0864 - Opentech Conference 2011: Glen Mehn, SI Camp | 2011-11-23

Hello world and welcome to our show on Hacker Public Radio. This episode is our de-brief on the Opentech Conference in London, plus an interview with Glen Mehn of Social Innovation Camp by my co-host is Les Pounder

OpenTech 2011

Saturday 21st May 2011,Union Building, University of London.

Interview: Glen Mehne of Social Innovation Camp:

Social Innovation Camp brings together ideas, people and digital tools to build web-based solutions to social problems – all in just 48 hours

OpenTech 2011 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, transport and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.

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The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 18mins 26seconds


0839 - Full Circle Podcast: The Lubuntu Team | 2011-10-19

Each Thursday we play Syndicated creative commons content.
The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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Runtime: 23mins 36seconds


0824 - Opentech Conference 2011: Paula Graham, FOSSBox | 2011-09-28

Hello world and welcome to our show on Hacker Public Radio. This episode is our interview with Paula Graham of Fossbox by my co-host is Les Pounder, following the Opentech Conference in London

OpenTech 2011

Saturday 21st May 2011,Union Building, University of London.

17:44 | Interview: Paula Graham of Fossbox

Fossbox is a non-profit organisation supporting digital inclusion and helping other non-profits move towards lower-cost ICT systems with more flexibility and lower environmental impact.

OpenTech 2011 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, transport and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.

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The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 15mins 59seconds


0819 - Editing Part Five Post and Packing | 2011-09-21

Today's show is part of the Syndicated Thursday series

Hello world and welcome to our on Hacker Public Radio. This is Part Five in our series on producing the podcast. We've prepped, recorded, edited and assembled, now it's time to release the show onto an unsuspecting world. All the hard work done? Not quite...

Runtime: 8mins 14seconds

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The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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0799 - Part Four Assembly, Editing the Podcast | 2011-08-24

Hello world and welcome to our on Hacker Public Radio. Part four in our series on producing the podcast. We've prep'd, recorded and edited all the segments, it's time to bolt it all together to try to produce something greater than the sum of its parts.

Runtime: 7mins 56seconds

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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0794 - Full Circle Podcast U-Cubed De-brief | 2011-08-17

01:51 | De-Brief of the U-CUBED Event...

Les Pounder takes us through the day of Sat. April 2nd at Mad-Lab, Manchester, UK. U-Cubed is a free 'unconference' for devotees of free and Open Source software. Co-inciding with the release of Ubuntu 11.04 Beta 1, the event drew Linux enthusiasts from across the North-West of England for testing, demo's, talks, Linux installs and workshops.

We also go over some of the technology news.

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The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community. Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 32mins 17seconds


0784 - Full Circle Podcast Part Three The Edit | 2011-08-03

It's the one you've all been waiting for, the meat and potatoes of this series, the edit process for our show. This is where is gets seriously messy...

Runtime: 12mins 34seconds

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The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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0774 - Full Cirle Podcast Part Two Recording Editing the Podcast | 2011-07-20

The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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Some time ago we received a listener request to talk about how we record and edit the Full Circle Podcast. So here it is, in several parts. Part Two is all about the recording itself.

Runtime: 5mins 14seconds


0764 - Matt Grove of Miserware - Energy-saving computing | 2011-07-06

Energy-saving computing. It’s a neat concept, saving you money by saving you electricity. That’s money off your utilitiy bill while you do your bit to save the planet. Granola is software that improves the energy efficiency of your PC or laptop. A few weeks ago I spoke to Matt Grove from Miserware, who explained how it works…

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Runtime: 21mins 43seconds

The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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0749 - Full Cirle Podcast Editing the Podcast Part One Preparation | 2011-06-15

The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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Some time ago we received a listener request to talk about how we record and edit the Full Circle Podcast. So here it is, in several parts. Part One is all about the preparation.

Runtime: 4mins 46seconds


0729 - Syndicated Thursday: FSP Sam smith, Opentech Conference 2011 | 2011-05-18

Hello world and welcome to our on Hacker Public Radio. This episode consists of our interview with Sam Smith, one of the organisers of the Opentech Conference in London this May. My co-host is Les Pounder

OpenTech 2011

Saturday 21st May 2011. (10:45 start)

Union Building, University of London.

Cost: £5 on the door.

Registration via the event website

OpenTech 2011 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, transport and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.

Some highlights of previous Opentech Conferences

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The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

Feedback; you can post comments and feedback on the podcast page at fullcirclemagazine dot org forward slash podcast, send us a comment to podcast (at) fullcirclemagazine.org

Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 19mins 50seconds


0724 - Full Circle Podcast: Ubuntu Manual Project | 2011-05-11

Full Circle Podcast:
Interview: Benjamin Humphrey, Ubuntu Manual Project

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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  • Benjamin Humphrey, Editor, Ubuntu Manual Project

Site: http://ubuntu-manual.org
Launchpad Project home: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-manual
Benjamin’s blog: http://humphreybc.wordpress.com/

Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

Runtime: 22mins 51seconds


0714 - Interview with Amber Graner | 2011-04-27

The Full Circle Podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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  • Amber Graner
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Runtime: 22mins 51seconds


0694 - The U-Cubed Event | 2011-03-31

The full circle podcast is the companion to Full Circle Magazine, the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community Find us at http://www.fullcirclemagazine.org/podcast.

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  • Jon Spriggs
  • Les Pounder

Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard

01:51 | THE U-CUBED EVENT... organised by Les and Jon.

  • When: Sat. April 2nd, 10.00am.
  • Where: Mad-Lab, Manchester, UK .
  • Cost: Free, tickets via the web-site.
  • Info: ucubed.info.

Runtime: 11mins 48seconds


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