61. At least our gramophones will still work

A little owl, a favourite tree, interesting words and a can of root beer. It can only be North v South; the podcast that is, and isn’t, about design. This week locks digital and analogue in a fight to the death. Our hosts chat about why we love some superseded technologies and why patina is so important to humans. talk turns to what constitutes being alive, and ends on the irrefutable fact that everything changes. Humans just don’t like it. After that Rob and Jon decant their brains back into their craniums and try some pies. Everything might change, but our show always ends in pies.

September 28th, 2017 / 1:01:01 / Episode 61

Show Notes

A little owl, a favourite tree, interesting words and a can of root beer. It can only be North v South; the podcast that is, and isn’t, about design.

This week locks digital and analogue in a fight to the death. Our hosts chat about why we love some superseded technologies and why patina is so important to humans. talk turns to what constitutes being alive, and ends on the irrefutable fact that everything changes. Humans just don’t like it.

After that Rob and Jon decant their brains back into their craniums and try some pies. Everything might change, but our show always ends in pies.

This week's pies

Pie Drink Review Rating

Ham Hock and Pea from Bevan’s Butchers

ANW Root Beer

Nice big chunks of ham hock. Very crispy. Little bit of mustard. Good

8

Mini Pork Pie from Co-op

Very soft. Rubbish. No jelly.

4
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