R&D TV is a monthly technology programme made up of interviews from knowledgeable BBC developers, BBC project experts and external experts from around the world. This first episode includes interviews with The Digg guys, Nicholas Negroponte of OLPC as well as Graham Thomas, Ant Miller and George Auckland talking about their work for BBC R&D & Learning Innovation.
It’s a great show for internet & technology geeks (I definitely enjoyed the first episode and will be on the lookout for the second ). Probably bit dry and too specific for the general audience, but a real quality BBC production for the rest of us techies.
Take a quick look at the 5 min version to decide if you would like the show.
From the R&D TV Team:
We’re looking at how we can use off the shelf technology, various codecs and different methods of distribution to create and share content – it’s a voyage of discovery, so watch out for news on how this project develops. This is our first pilot episode, we’ll release another in May and hopefully (if you like it) we’ll make some more!
You can download many more formats from the show’s website.
- Written by Kademlia
- Published on April 30, 2009