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On this week's iPM: coke, games and 'cell' phones

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Chris Vallance | 17:00 UK time, Saturday, 27 December 2008


Some of Simon Berry's prototype aid-pods.

This week on iPM we looked again at some of the stories we've featured in the past year.

  • Listener Simon Berry told us about his campaign to distribute aid via deliveries of Coca-Cola. You can read the lyrics to Eve Graham's updated song here.

  • An update of our coverage of 'cell' phones, mobile phones smuggled into prisons

  • The debate (see here and here) over whether massively multiplayer games are 'addictive' provoked thoughtful comments on the blog. We heard from listeners Dr Mike Reddy, Sarriss and Mark Folson

  • And we said goodbye with a song from one of the talking computer programmes produced by Jabberwhacky

Another of our listeners featured on iPM has made the papers this week. Dr Richard Kirby, who spoke to us about plankton, has an exhibition of his photographs opening in the new year. You can see some of them in our slide-show here.

If you've a story you'd like us to follow up email us at ipm -at - bbc.co.uk, or leave a comment here.

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