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The adaptation of H.G. Wells’ novel ‘The War of The Worlds’ in 1938 showed the power of radio to capture listeners’ imagination through science-fiction - and in doing so demonstrated how mass media could be used to communicate science to different audiences. For decades, print and broadcast media have used different genres to portray the sciences, and the popularity of TV programmes like the BBC’s Blue Planet and the longevity of Horizon illustrates a current demand for science broadcasting. ...
 
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Welcome to this months Mazzula's Public Broadcasting System. As promised, leaving techno behind, this month heads into the murky corners of electronica and electro. It features new tracks from the likes of Umwelt, Cursor Minor and others as well as upfronts from Electrix. It's also 'Whip It' time, so have a good un peeps! Don't forget to send me yo…
 
Star Wars would be a major theme of any year's DragonCon. But December brings the release of the first new Star Wars movie in 10 years, and that's providing more energy than usual to many of the 65,000 geek culture enthusiasts in Atlanta for DragonCon 2015. GPB sci-tech correspondent Renay San Miguel talks about that with Bethany Blanton, co-founde…
 
Chris Rouland, who helped lay the foundation for Atlanta's cybersecurity community, talks with GPB about the Ashley Madison hack, the rise of "existential" data breaches designed to damage company brands, and his new Internet of Things-related security startup, Bastille.Από τον GPB
 
This weekend the Macon Symphony Orchestra will welcome home its native son Roderick Cox, assistant conductor of the Minnesota Orchestra. This under-30, African American man has been called one of America’s fastest rising conducting talents. Cox sat down with GPB Macon’s Leah Fleming on stage at The Grand Opera House in Macon to talk about the power…
 
AOL Founder and Revolution CEO, Steve Case, visited Atlanta recently to tour various tech start up companies and helped judge a pitch competition. Case spoke with GPB's Sci-Tech correspondent Renay San Miguel about the local entreprenurial scene.Από τον GPB
 
An adjunct English instructor at Savannah State University is the winner of a prestigious national prize for emerging poets.Sjohnna McCray has won the $5,000 Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets for his manuscript, “Rapture.” As part of the award, it will be published as a book next year by Graywolf Press.McCray says he set out to …
 
A look back on our wide-ranging interview with Linden MacIntyre, who in May announced his plans to retire from the CBC and The Fifth Estate in order to spare the program from worse impacts as a result of the funding cuts. We speak about his beginnings as a reporter, the challenges facing journalism, and discuss what he describes as the Harper gover…
 
IDEAS is one of the most renowned and long-running programs in the history of CBC Radio. Through documentary storytelling it explores topics as diverse as philosophy, history, culture, and politics to science. Since 1999 the program has been hosted by Paul Kennedy. We sat down with Paul to speak about his unlikely beginnings with the CBC, the chang…
 
Jeffrey Dvorkin has spent most of his professional life in the world of broadcasting and has held senior level positions at both NPR and the CBC. We speak about the challenges facing public broadcasting, and how the CBC could potentially be re-imagined based on the successes of National Public Radio in America.…
 
As the host of Metro Morning, the local CBC Radio Toronto morning show, it is Matt Galloway's task to reflect life in Canada's biggest city, and be Torontonians-guide to the politics, culture, and going-ons of the day. We speak about his beginnings in radio, the city he loves, and the idea of radio as community building.…
 
Mark Starowicz has been the brains behind some of the most legendary CBC news programs of the past few decades, including As It Happens, Sunday Morning, and The Journal. We look back to the reasons why the CBC was first founded, and discuss the state that public broadcasting currently finds itself in.…
 
As the host and creator of the CBC Radio program Spark, Nora Young has been our guide to examining technology's impact on culture and society - and the curiosities of navigating life in the 21st century. Now we speak to Canada's technological thinker about her life in journalism, the creation of Spark, and some of the still unanswered questions abo…
 
As the host of Drive on CBC Radio 2, Rich Terfry is known to Canadians not only for his work as a CBC broadcaster, but also for being the talented hip-hop artist known as Buck 65. In this conversation we speak about the rather unusual experinces he had growing up in small town Nova Scotia, his pursuit of baseball, his beginnings in music, and the u…
 
Jonathan Goldstein's Wiretap is one of the most intriguing programs on all of CBC Radio. It combines fiction with reality, humour with philosophic musings, and phone conversations with monologue reflections. But above all, each Wiretap episode is a fascinating thirty minute meditation into life and its absurdities, and a glimpse into the thought-fi…
 
Wade Rowland is an author, journalist, and university professor who has written a book called Saving the CBC: Balancing Profit and Public Service. We talk about the CBC's uncertain future, how it has gone astray, and what can be done - if Canadians mobilize - to create a healthy and sustainable CBC that can once again play an invaluable role in the…
 
As Executive Director of Radio & Audio at CBC, Chris Boyce oversees the content and programming that Canadians hear on CBC Radio from coast to coast. We talk about the successes and challenges currently facing CBC radio, the impact of the recent budget cuts, as well as the difficult decision to introduce ads on CBC Radio 2.…
 
Rick Mercer has become beloved by Canadians across the country for his quick wit, adventurous outings, and refreshingly honest and biting take on our political system. From 22 Minutes to the Rick Mercer Report, we talk to Canada's best known funny man about his life growing up in Newfoundland, the importance of satire, and his career poking fun at …
 
Eleanor Wachtel is the host of Writers & Company on CBC Radio One and is considered by many to be one of the finest interviewers in broadcasting. In her over two decades on the air, she has had in-depth conversations with the likes of Alice Munro, Susan Sontag, George Saunders and Jane Goodall. We speak to Eleanor about her childhood growing up in …
 
George Stroumboulopoulos first came to the CBC in 2005 with The Hour, and in the time that has elapsed since then he's interviewed everyone from Will Ferrell to Noam Chomsky - not to mention virtually every well-known Canadian icon one can think of. We turn the tables on the man with the big red chairs and the impressively long name, and learn abou…
 
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