So farewell then, 2009. We've had a great time over the last few months and are thrilled to be ending the year with what must be our most thought-provoking episode to date. Film maker Adam Curtis joins us to talk about his latest project, 'It Felt Like a Kiss' and has some brilliant theories on all of Shift Run Stop's favourite subjects: humour, games and the computer age.
Oh and we set you a new competition. It's a good, geeky one, we think you'll like it. Happy New Year!
- Avery Edison (Twitter, blog, The Weekly Show, Answering Yahoos and more)
- Adam Curtis (Wikipedia,Blog)
- It Felt Like a Kiss plus Charlie Brooker's review and Adam's film from the production
- World Without Oil
- 'Win a Trip in Our Blimp'
- The 'Lapine' rabbit language from Watership Down and the 'Nadsat' language from Clockwork Orange
Posted: December 31st, 2009 | 9 Comments »