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Funny, moving and insightful conversations with leading creative and business leaders from the world of Fashion, Culture and Design. Simon and his guests address current affairs, creativity and assorted topics far outside their own careers. Always looking for provocative ideas you can actually do something with, the Fashion Culture Design podcasts are inspired by the Unconference of the same name. Hosted by: Simon Collins
 
The Car Chat Podcast features regular interviews with familiar and interesting faces from the automotive world. Hosted by Sam Moores (@sammooresphoto). Video podcasts now over on the Car Chat Podcast youtube channel as well.
 
This series features full-length, edited interviews with members of the applied mechanics and engineering science research community covering their careers and research areas of interest. The podcasts are created by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and hosted by Harry Dankowicz, Editor of Applied Mechanics Reviews and Professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
 
DLC is your weekly audio tour of the latest in video games and tabletop entertainment. Hosts Jeff Cannata and Christian Spicer are joined every week by the best damn gaming experts on the planet as well as YOUR phone calls! Disagree, Like, or Comment by Direct Live Call-in or in the Designated Lobby Chat! It is the gaming show Decided by Listener Contribution. DLC, the Digital Lifestyle Companion for gamers who Don't Like Cynicism. Hosted by Christian Spicer & Jeff Cannata.
 
In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
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Andrew Huberman is a Stanford neurobiologist and ophthalmologist keenly interested in the biology of stress and ways to manage stress. He’s developed and tested a number of stress-relieving techniques — from specific patterns of breathing to visual tools — and uses virtual reality to help humans control their stress in adaptive ways. He is also tes…
 
Tom Jaconelli ( @Romans International ) heads up buying and marketing at Romans International, a car dealership specialising in supercars and hypercars. When I popped in to visit they had 2 veyrons, a laf, an enzo, cgt, 918 and so much more. Check out the video podcast: https://youtu.be/It_CY3x3xuU https://www.romansinternational.com/ Support The P…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Trisha Hershberger from Newegg back to the show this week to discuss pricing and availability of the Xbox Series X and Series S, the Ubisoft Forward Event, and more! The Playlist: Tell Me Why, Fall Guys, Control AWE, Marvel's Avengers, Star Renegades, Kingdoms of Amalur: The Re-Reckoning Parting Gifts! Brought to you by: …
 
Ethan Alexanian (Fans on the Run) joins the show this week and next as we continue our look at "The Beatles Anthology" as it appeared on ABC in 1995. This week we continue with part 2 (from the Wednesday Night), which begins with the 1964 August American tour and carry through to The Beatles at Shea Stadium.…
 
Raz (@rokenr) is a Youtuber and car enthusiast who's specialty has always been Mercedes models but is rapidly branching out. We welcome him back to the podcast for a catchup and a chat about the latest Mercedes releases (S Class and AMG GT Black Series) along with his new Porsche 992 Turbo S. If you would like to know Raz's story head back to episo…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Imran Kahn from Kinda Funny to the show this week to discuss Nintendo's 35 Years of Mario Direct, including the strangeness of Super Mario 3D All-Stars, new GeForce video cards turning our current cards in garbage, a Shenmue anime, and more! The Playlist: Marvel's Avengers, Moon, Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1&2, SpellBreak, Far:…
 
The fifth (and final) week of the WTWF look at the Flaming Pie Archive Edition. This week, the rest of the B-sides (Oobu Joobu), the "Flaming Pie at the Mill" walkthrough of Paul's studio and chat about the 1995 radio series and the new segments recorded for the "Flaming Pie" singles.By Ed Chen and Lonnie Pena
 
Adam Hawley (@theonporsche) is the man behind some really quite amazing Porsche 964 builds. A car designer by trade he has now turned his skills into creating perfect panels and an overall design that just looks "right". We have a dig into what makes him tick and the cars he has created. Check out the video podcast: https://youtu.be/doabOYQl8CM htt…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Lana Bachynski from Riot Games back to the show this week to discuss all of the huge announcements from Gamescom 2020. So many games! SO MANY! The Playlist: Risk of Rain 2, Fall Guys, Gunfire Reborn, Control AWE, Wasteland 3, The Girl of Glass Parting Gifts! Brought to you by: Ritual (Better health doesn’t happen overnigh…
 
Part 4 of the WTWF look at the "Flaming Pie" archive edition. Back to the music this week, as we cover disc 3 ("In The Studio") and the B-sides ("Flaming Pies"). Someone may be on a mission to the Lonely Lorelei, but we will be back in a week to finish our look at the "castle in the sky" that is Paul McCartney's 2020 edition of Flaming Pie. (hey, t…
 
Manu Prakash was in France when COVID-19 took hold throughout the world. There, the Stanford bioengineer, famous for “frugal science” like his $1 field microscope made of paper, witnessed the challenges a relatively well-resourced nation experienced holding back the disease. His head was soon filled with visions of the nightmare awaiting developing…
 
Frank Stephenson (@frank.stephenson.official) is an automotive designer widely known for his design work at Mini, Ferrari, Maserati, Fiat, Lancia, Alfa Romeo, and McLaren. He has designed: New Mini, New Fiat 500, BMW X5, Maserati MC12, Ferrari FXX, Ferrari F430, McLaren 12C up to 720s and P1 and the list goes on. A really interesting guy and a love…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome the Internet's Jesse Cox to the show this week to discuss the DC Fandome announcements, including Suicide Squad Kills Justice League and Gotham Knights. Plus, more Apple vs Epic news, Nintendo's new Indies, and Half-Life Alyx speedrunning. The Playlist: Fall Guys, Final Fantasy XIV, There Is No Game, Ms Pacman, Battletoad…
 
Week three of the "When They Was Fab" look at the Flaming Pie archive edition box set. This week we settle into the two DVD's. Paul gives us videos, EPKs, excerpts from interviews and the entire "In The World Tonight" documentary. Make it a beautiful night by spending the hours with Paul, Linda, and your friends from WTWF.…
 
Richard Porter (@sniff_petrol) is the man behind the satirical blog "Sniff Petrol", writer of many automotive books, Evo columnist, script writer for Top Gear / The Grand Tour and much more. Watch the video podcast here: https://youtu.be/EQRZ1wrjjz4 Follow Richard on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sniffpetrol The Smith & Sniff Podcast: https://podcas…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Danny Pena from Gamertag Radio to the show this week to discuss the Halo Infinite delay to 2021 and it ramifications for Xbox Series X, Fortnight being pulled from Google and iOS app stores, another Zelda remake possibility, and more! The Playlist: Streets of Rage 4, Final Fantasy VII, Phantasy Star Online 2, Tony Hawk Pr…
 
Week two of the WTWF look at the Flaming Pie Archive Collection. This week, disc two - the home demos Paul McCartney recorded for Flaming Pie. Telephones, airplanes, dishes, crickets and a whole lot of music. We run through the demos, and consider each performance on its own merits, along with our thoughts on how Paul got from this version to the o…
 
With the emergence of touchscreen smartphones, tablets and watches, so much of our lives is spent on our devices that in many ways we are what appears on screen. This “mediatization,” as Byron Reeves, a professor of communication at Stanford University, puts it, sparked a remarkable and unprecedented study of the way we live today. In a series of f…
 
There was a time when all great cities were built near water. Whether for agriculture, aesthetics, energy or just plain drinking, water was a life-affirming, life-sustaining resource. But with the advent of advanced engineering in the form of dams, pumps and pipes, cities like Los Angeles thrived in places with very little fresh water. Now, global …
 
Larry Chen (@larry_chen_foto) is a commercial automotive / car culture photographer from LA who is also behind the Hoonigan Autofocus youtube channel. A sick photographer and a nice guy too, I really enjoyed this chat about photography and cars. Check out the Youtube Video here: https://youtu.be/FoCdfo74lN0 Larry's Instagram: https://www.instagram.…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Anthony Taormina from Gamerant.com back to the show this week to discuss Son'y latest State of Play event, Apple's refusal to play ball with Project Xcloud or Stadia, Spider-Man being exclusive to PS4 in Avengers, and more! The Playlist: The Avengers Beta, Horizon Zero Dawn PC, Fall Guys Ultimate Knockout Parting Gifts! B…
 
Twenty Three years ago (1997), Paul McCartney unleashed "Flaming Pie" on the World. In 2020, we revisit the disc (and feel old!) as the archive edition hits store shelves. Part one of the WTWF deep dive into what is buried in the dark blue box. This week: The album proper, our thoughts on the remaster, and Paul's media blitz at the time.…
 
In recent years, biologists have learned that the vaginal microbiome — the make-up of the bacteria in the vagina — during pregnancy may be the best predictor of pre-term birth. It is a valuable finding that could reshape obstetrics. What is perhaps more revelatory about this emerging knowledge is that biologists have learned it from a surprising so…
 
Simon Lambert is the Caterham Chief Motorsport and Technical Officer. We have a chat about the Caterham racing program and all of the things that make Caterham such fun cars to drive and race. Check out the youtube video: https://youtu.be/1H0wwA25nAA https://instagram.com/caterhamcarsltd Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sammooresphoto …
 
Jeff and Christian welcome God-tier streamer Trikslyr back to the show this week to discuss 343 reacting to the Halo Infinite reveal backlash as well as that game going free to play for multiplayer, Netflix announcing more video game IP shows and movies, and new data that suggests not having E3 hasn't been bad for the industry. The Playlist: Dark S…
 
A look back at the Bicentennial year from a Beatles perspective. "Wings Over America" frequently overshadows everything else, but there were plenty of other things going on. Sid Bernstein and Bill Sargent offered the four men that were once Beatles seven (and eight!) figures to do a concert or two. John Lennon started his househusband era while pon…
 
Olly Bryant (@ollybryant) is a professional racing driver and driver coach who mainly races in classic and gt3 cars. He has raced a massive variety of classic cars including Cobras, 911s and GT40s. Check out the video: https://youtu.be/90IjGo9_GEo Olly's Instagram: https://instagram.com/ollybryant Hope you enjoy the Podcast. Thanks, Sam Show Notes:…
 
Jeff and Lana Bachynski welcome Patrick Dees from the Fan Controlled Football League to the show this week to discuss Microsoft's big Summer of Games event, the Xbox Games Showcase. Halo Infinite, Fable, and everything in between! Plus, the crazy Nintendo Gigaleak, Ubisoft keeping next gen games at $60, the return of G4TV and more! The Playlist: St…
 
Fifty-six years ago, Beatlemania hit Australia and New Zealand. Among the momentoes: "The Beatles Sing For Shell". Channel Nine broadcast the June 17, 1964 concert across the region. On July 13, 2020 a "remastered" version of the show "puts viewers right in among the sea of excited fans at the height of Beatlemania."…
 
Kit O'Toole (Talk More Talk) returns as we continue our discussion of "Ringo's Big Birthday Show". The gang is all on board as we continue to celebrate Sir Starkey's eightieth. Once the show is over, you might just be able to answer the question: "How does one go from "Sharna" to "Sshh" (pronounced "Shush")…
 
Craig Williams (@craig_williamsav) was the founder of Vmax and is a Director of the Auto Vivendi Supercar Club where members pay an annual fee to have access to the latest greatest supercars. We have a chat about high speed runway events and the inns and outs of running a supercar club. https://www.autovivendi.com/ https://www.instagram.com/auto_vi…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Kahlief Adams back to the show this week to discuss Project Xcloud streaming being added to Xbox Gamepass, PS5 doubling production, the Google Stadia Connect, and more! The Playlist: Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, Ghost of Tsushima, Superhot Mind Control Delete, Predecessor, CoD Warzone, Donkey Kong Country…
 
Kit O'Toole (Talk More Talk, aka "The Queen of All Beatles Media") joins the full complement of WTWF guys (yep, Lonnie Pena is in the house this week) as we discuss Ringo Starr's Big Birthday Show from July 7th. This will be a two-part show, but don't go anywhere, as pt. 2 will be around before next week!…
 
Mechanical engineer Sheri Sheppard got her start in engineering working on the Corvette for General Motors and later worked for both Ford and Chrysler. Back then, she was among a handful of women engineers in the auto industry, where she learned firsthand the risks a monolithic culture presents. Today, Sheppard is a professor at Stanford University…
 
Bisi Ezerioha (@bisimoto) is an engineer and builder of some absolutely crazy cars. A serious Porsche nut; he's famous for his 1000hp 930 Turbo, 1000hp+ Honda Odyssey, a 935 K3 that is now electric and much much more. We discuss Bisi's story and the thinking behind the builds along the way. A really inspiring guy to follow who lives and breathes am…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome indie game writer, designer and consultant Nick Suttner back to the show this week to discuss the Ubisoft Forward event, the Nacon Direct event, and the Devolver Digital event, as the Summer of Games roll on! The Playlist: Creaks, Lonely Mountains: Downhill, Earth Defense Force 5, Tetris Mobile; HyperScape; Ring Fit Adven…
 
Spectral stereo remixes of the Beatles have quickly become a favorite amongst the WTWF crew for listening to the Beatles in new and interesting ways. This week, Tom Brennan joins the show as we discuss the technology, its origins (Capitol's "Duophonic" stereo, "Out of Phase Stereo" isolations), how it found its way into products including "The Beat…
 
We’re all familiar with those algorithms on our favorite e-commerce and streaming services that recommend purchases, books or movies based on what “others like you” have enjoyed. In the industry, they are known as “recommender engines.” Medical doctor Jonathan Chen is an assistant professor of medicine at Stanford and an expert in bioinformatics wh…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Adam Leonhardt from Megadads back to the show this week to discuss abuse against voice actors on Twitter, a new higher price for next-gen games, a version of 2020 in which the Xbox Series X releases in August, and more! The Playlist: The Last of Us Part II, Animal Crossing Summer Update, CoD: Warzone, Destiny 2, Griftland…
 
Paul Salley returns as we continue through the 1974/5 Wings television spectacular "One Hand Clapping". Paul and the band take us through material both new and old (at the time). We nearly trip over Geoff Britton's Karate Gi, then take a side alley through space and time to New Orleans. Do you think Paul was doing his "Monkberry Moon Delight" voice…
 
Niels (@nielsvanroijdesign) is an automotive designer and coachbuilder specialising in bespoke products for wealthy clients. One of his more famous designs is a Tesla Model S shooting brake but he has worked on quite a few cool projects. We discuss automotive design, photography, making cars look "Right" and much much more. Thoroughly enjoyed this …
 
Jeff and Christian welcome the writer of Mortal Kombat 11, Injustice 2, and the Image comic book Heart Attack, Shawn Kittelsen to the show to discuss new Cyberpunk 2077 info, new Marvel's Avengers info, new Rocksteady DC comics game info, and a possible subscription to the Xbox Series X hardware! The Playlist: Desperadoes III, Deep Rock Galactic, R…
 
Paul Salley (author of the forthcoming book on Jimmy McCulloch) joins the show this week and next as we go through the 1974 McCartney and Wings film "One Hand Clapping". The film has been legitimately available for over a decade, but is still less well-known than the Bruce McMouse project!By Ed Chen and Lonnie Pena
 
Artificial intelligence can help us design safety-critical systems for aircraft and other vehicles that are more robust to the many sources of uncertainty in the real world, says aerospace professor Mykel Kochenderfer. Building systems that meet the exceptionally high level of safety expected of commercial air transport is challenging, but Kochende…
 
Jens Sverdrup is the CCO of Czinger Vehicles (@czinger_vehicles), he is the man in charge of marketing, sales, product development etc. Jens has worked for a number of interesting companies over the years including director of sales and marketing at Koenigsegg. We have a chat about Czinger as a company, the car and dive under the hood of this new h…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Parris Lilly from Gamertag Radio to the show this week to discuss this year's EA Play event, including the gameplay reveal for Star Wars Squadrons and more! Plus, the new Cyberpunk 2077 delay and what it means for Holiday 2020. The Playlist: The Last of Us Part 2, Destiny 2, Disintegration, Ring Fit Adventure, Steam Summe…
 
Steve Marinucci returns for part two of our look at Paul McCartney (and Ringo Starr) coming through the San Francisco Bay Area in recent years. What would you do if you happened upon Paul McCartney riding bikes through the park? (Don't ask me, I missed that by an hour or two). Would such an encounter be as memorable as the show later that evening? …
 
With a degree in photography with a concentration in mathematics and boasting high-profile jobs at two of the most influential visual outlets in the last century, National Geographic and Instagram, Pamela Chen knows a bit about the state of modern photography and the algorithms that shape popular tastes. Now, as the Human-Centered Artificial Intell…
 
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