Wednesday, April 17, 2024

April 2024 - September 1998

Last week, I appeared on the penultimate edition of The Now Show to talk about the internet and AI. The show itself first started in September 1998, the same month that Google launched, which gave me just enough of an excuse to look at the way the BBC covered the World Wide Web back in the mid-90s. It's is currently available on BBC Sounds.

I'll be appearing on next week's edition of Kiri's Comedy Club on BBC Radio Wales/BBC Sounds to talk about topical comedy - And as someone who turned up on a topical comedy show to make fun of the title sequence of a 30 year old tech show, I'm sure you can see why.

I also recently featured as Mark Drakeford (i.e. I wore a red jumper) on NonCensored with Rosie Holt and over on The Xennial Dome, we've got a very special edition  out this week, marking the 40th birthday of former guest Stuart Laws. Stu is back to look back at the month of his birth - April 1986 - which saw the release of Splash and the launch of the Twirl.

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