After interminable waiting and technical fiddling, the Bike Show is now listed in the iTunes podcast directory. The iTunes ID number is 85585749. And the direct link is here. A big thank you goes to Joshua Jeremiah who rode in on a big white horse and saved the day when all was darkness and despondency.
Archive | October, 2005
Kieron Yates joins Southwark Cyclists for the inaugural John Peel Memorial Ride in homage to the great British broadcaster and champion of the underdog. Jack rides with Brendt Barbur, founding director of the Bicycle Film Festival on the day after the festival took London by storm. MP3
On this week’s show Kieron Yates investigates the City of London Police’s recent crackdown on ‘deviant cyclists’ and asks John Knight of the London Bicycle Messengers’ Association for his reaction. We also preview the Pushbike Architecture Treasure Hunt by speaking with its organisers Miranda and Alex. MP3
The Bike Show is featured in City Cycling, a new online cycling magazine edited by Anthony Robson. Issue 4 also has an article on how to build your own recumbent for less than â‚¬500 plus some photos of ridiculously dangerous-looking mountain bike aerial action.
Radio premier of ‘Onset’, a sound art work by Olias Nil in which he rings around 500 bicycle bells, one by one, over three days on the streets of Amsterdam. MP3
Spotlight on a classic 1965 film about the Tour De France “Pour Un Maillot Jaune” (dir. Claude Lelouch). Guest in the studio is William Greswell. MP3
Special feature on the G8 Bike Ride (mass protest ride from London to the G8 Summit in Scotland) with organisers Tim and Tabitha. Featuring music from David Cronenberg’s Wife and Lower Depths. MP3