Let's Talk About Tech

Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Radio 5 live’s technology and gaming podcast, featuring Saturday Edition's Chris Warburton with the latest technology and the web news, plus science, cars, and more, plus Adam Rosser’s Game On, looking at the world of video games.

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Recent episodes (7)

  • Game On: Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? 29 Jul 14

    Tue, 29 Jul 14

    24 mins

    28 days remaining

    Lewis Brindley from Yogscast, Matt Lees and Simon Parkin join Adam Rosser to discuss Youtube and the part this most democratic entertainment channel plays in gaming today.

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  • Game On: Charles Stross - The Laundry File 22 Jul 14

    Tue, 22 Jul 14

    26 mins

    21 days remaining

    The author, Charles Stross joins Adam to talk about the latest book in the Laundry Files, 'The Rhesus Chart' and Sam Clay from VG 247 is on hand for a brief round-up of the news.

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  • Let's Talk About Tech 19th July 14

    Sat, 19 Jul 14

    79 mins

    18 days remaining

    Podcaster Helen Zaltzman and tech expert Rory Reid round up the latest web news including how Israel and Hamas are exchanging jibes on Twitter and how one man's lengthy attempt to cancel his internet provider ended up getting 4 million hits online in just 48 hours. Steve Fowler, editor in chief of Autoexpress, has the latest motoring news including an interview with billionaire Tesla (electric car company) owner Elon Musk. Technology blogger Tom Cheesewright has app news, including the backlash against so-called 'Jerk Tech' apps. Latest science news from Tim O'Brien, Professor of Astrophysics at The University of Manchester's Jodrell Bank Observatory, including why the mission to land on a comet could be sunk because it's shaped like a duck. Plus games journalist Guy Cocker on why a notorious central American dictator is suing the makers of Call of Duty, and the new mobile gaming app set to make the world's most famous reality TV star tens of millions of pounds.

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  • Game On: Is small really beautiful? 15 Jul 14

    Tue, 15 Jul 14

    25 mins

    14 days remaining

    Peter Willington, the Deputy Editor of App-spy and games makers Danny Garfield and Aeron Fothergill from Puuba and Strange Flavour respectively join Adam on Game On this week to discuss producing and releasing indy games and apps. So, is it good to be small?

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  • 12_07_14 Technology, Web news. Motoring, Music, Books and Travel

    Sat, 12 Jul 14

    88 mins

    11 days remaining

    Maddie Moat brings us a technology roundup,podcaster Helen Zaltsman and technology journalist Rory Reid have the latest web news and Steve Fowler talks cars. Chris is also joined by BBC 6 Music presenter Chris Hawkins and Manic Street Preachers bassist Nicky Wire, book critic Helen Brown and travel writer Adrian Phillips.

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  • Game On: Back to the Future 8 July 14

    Wed, 9 Jul 14

    25 mins

    8 days remaining

    Alex Stinton from PushSquare and industry veteran Stephen Peterson join Adam Rosser to take a look at the battlefields of the western desert and the modern high street in Game On...

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  • Game On: League of Legends at Wembley Arena 01 Jul 14

    Thu, 3 Jul 14

    26 mins

    2 days remaining

    League of Legends' first official tournament in the UK was held at Wembley Arena at the end of June. Adam Rosser was there...with 5,500 fans of the game.

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