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A weekly programme about the internet, culture, and creation.

The Internet Programme, with Ben Ward and Bill Couch Ben Ward and Bill Couch

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A weekly programme about the internet, culture, and creation.

    The Process

    The Process

    So, we have a podcast now. It's called The Internet Programme, and we spell it both the British and American way, depending on the character limit of the service we're using.


    ‘The Process’ is our pilot episode, and it's too long. Sorry about that. But we very much enjoyed recording it, and hopefully you'll find our conversation—about slow publishing on the internet, lots of cultural differences of Britain and America, British radio pioneer and hero John Peel, and our Twitter follower's suggestions of what to name the show—at least somewhat interesting and entertaining. Also, Ben explains Gas Marks to Bill, and Bill explains why American radio stations are all known by alphabetic abbreviations to Ben.


    Follow us on Twitter: @internetprogram, @benward, and @couch.


    Referenced in this episode:


    “Droopy” by Tex Avery
    Rands in Repose: “Hacking is Important”
    BBC: John Peel homepage
    Wikipedia: The Festive Fifty
    The Hype Machine
    The Kleptones
    Watch with Mother, “The Flowerpot Men”
    Erin Watson's “No Experiences” chapbook
    Andy Baio: “Cheap, Easy Audio Transcription with Mechanical Turk”

    • 1 hr 30 min

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