The first DIY-DMU podcast for 2018 gave John, Rob, Gerhard and Dominica a chance to talk about issues and challenges in community and social media, and what we can learn by helping people to find a voice to deal with some of these challenges.
Tonight John Coster, Dave Nedham and I got together at the Doc Media Center and chatted about virtual and digital mapping, and if it is a new form of documentary, one that you can track people in real time?
Tonight John Coster, Tom Fair and I got together at the Doc Media Center and chatted about the process of watching different types of documentaries, how we share stories in different documentary forms, and the impact of the stories that they tell.
I’m not sure this really tells anything about being in Nantes, other than some of the music I’ve been listening to as I’ve wandered around. Tracks include: OMD, Lou Reed, Brian Eno, Prefab Sprout, Roxy Music, Melanie De Biasio, Max Richter, Arcade Fire, The Beatles, Blood Orange, Yo La Tengo, Robert Fripp & Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush, Beyond the Wizards Sleeve, Pet Shop Boys, David Bowie.
Yesterday I visited the Musee D’Arts De Nantes, which has recently reopened after a major refurbishment. I wanted to share my thoughts about this gallery, as it is well worth visiting and taking time to learn about. Music in this podcast includes: Fujiya & Miyagi, U2, Snow atrol, Talking Heads, Simon and Garfunkel, Roxy Music, New Order and more.
This weeks podcast is a little different, Dave Weight and I aren’t in the office, but in my living room instead. We have a report from when we went to the Format Festival in Derby, the Big Gold Dream on the BBC iPlayer about Scottish Punk and New Wave. We’ve got music from Fire Engines, Scars and Blia Barguild with Teho Teardo.