There’s so much happening at once! In this episode of The 9pm Edict podcast, it’s all the excitement of history being made — for 45 days.Continue reading “The 9pm Reinvention of All the Things in the UK, US, and Australia”
The spring series of The 9pm Edict continues with another visit from author, columnist, and man of words in so many, many dubious contexts, John Birmingham.Continue reading “The 9pm Curiously Circular Ham and Potato with John Birmingham”
As the world, and in particular the UK, emerges from the period of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, regular service is resumed — by which I mean the usual mix of the stupid and the bizarre.
[Update: This episode was edited on 25 September 2022 to reflect developments across the weekend in the Optus data breach story. If you’re after just that update, scroll in to 55m02s.]Continue reading “UPDATED: The 9pm Trickle-Down Containers of Hackers and Grief”
The first special-guest episode in the spring series is a fascinating chat about artificial intelligence, killer robots, and more with UNSW Scientia Professor Toby Walsh, chief scientist of the brand new UNSW AI Institute.Continue reading “The 9pm Killer Robot Restaurant Booking with UNSW Scientia Professor Toby Walsh”
The spring series of The 9pm Edict kicks off in a strange week, especially in British politics and the monarchy. This episode is a disjointed set of personal observations and complaints.Continue reading “The 9pm Delusion of His Anserine Highness, Princess Timothy of Kew, and Other Observations”
The winter series of The 9pm Edict concludes with another look at all the plagues and many other things — some of them fun — with infectious diseases physician Dr Trent Yarwood.Continue reading “The 9pm Infectious Backpacker Sex Study with Dr Trent Yarwood”