Tandem With The Random podcast No. 21 (1/28/2013) features an interview with Gregg Taylor, founder of the Toronto-based Decoder Ring Theatre podcast featuring audio dramas in the tradition of classic programs of radio’s Golden Age. The podcast also begins a year-long series celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who with recollections by host Brian Kelley and guest Gregg Taylor…plus a few random thoughts. File size: 8.6 MB. Time: 35 min, 00 sec. Host: Brian Kelley.
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Links related to Gregg Taylor/Decoder Ring Theatre
- Decoder Ring Theatre – official web site
- Decoder Ring Theatre on Twitter (@Decoder_Ring)
- Decoder Ring Theatre on Facebook
- Decoder Ring Theatre on Google+
- BBC: Click – Decoder Ring Theatre was featured on a Webscape segment of BBC’s “Click” technology program in February 2011…click the link to watch the video (DRT is mentioned starting at the 2:25 mark)
- Roger Ebert on Twitter – Noted film critic/Twitter user Roger Ebert plugged Decoder Ring Theatre in this March 2010 tweet
Links to other things mentioned during the podcast:
- Technology and the Arts – Host Brian Kelley’s other social media project, which—with co-host John LeMasney—was revived in late 2012.
- Spot the Station – NASA’s SMS/e-mail notification service of International Space Station flyovers of your area.
- Christian Beach – a singer-songwriter and long-time friend of host Brian Kelley, who will be accompanying Christian on accordion for a couple of songs at Buddies Tavern in Parlin, N.J., on Feb. 9.
- State of New Jersey Hurricane Sandy Information Center
- New Jersey Office of Emergency Management
- FEMA Disaster Assistance – Get information and file for federal disaster assistance.
- American Red Cross – Donate to relief efforts!
- Jersey Shore Hurricane News – A Facebook page that has been providing much-needed information, photos, tips and other updates during and after the storm.