We're revisiting some of our past episodes to reflect on how the repair community has been impacted by the events of the pandemic.
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We're on our summer break from radio this month but we would really appreciate if you can take the time to fill in our listener survey.
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In our final episode of the summer season, we talk to Kate Edwards about building with cob and why it is a really sustainable way forward.
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Despite what the British weather says, summer has come around again and with it comes Restart's summer reading list!
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We talk to Jessa Jones, founder of iPad Rehab about teaching herself logicboard repair, her fight against 'branded' repair, and R2R in the US.
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As businesses and community spaces are able to pick up operations again, we talk to Alys Penfold, Borrower Support Lead at Library of Things.
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We talk to Abby Rose and Jo Barratt from Farmerama - a podcast that aims to share the voices and experiences of regenerative farming.
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Revisiting our conversation with Loubani and Garapick on medical repair and reuse, we learn when intellectual property can be lethal. And we don't just mean for vaccines.
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Robbie Gillet from Possible talks to us about the Badvertising campaign, which seeks to stop harmful adverts contributing to the climate crisis.
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Following Greenland's election, we’re revisiting our interview with Autogena and Portway about their documentary, ‘Kuannersuit/Kvanefjeld’.
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Bas Flipsen and Julieta Bolaños Arriola from TU Delft tell us how 3D printing can be adapted to help solve the electronic waste crisis.
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As schools reopen across the country, we revisit the vital work of laptop reuse projects and talk to Mer-IT and Hackney Fixers.
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We discuss opportunities and limits of the new French Repairability together with experts involved in its development and in the European Right to Repair campaign
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On February’s episode, we discuss game consoles, printers, and the virtually useless voluntary agreements for their manufacturers.
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Labour rights abuses did not start with Covid. Omana George from Electronics Watch tells us how she has been working to protect occupational health.
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On our first show of 2021, we revisit the topic of digital inclusion and providing laptops to students in need.
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Interactive artist, presenter and Repair Café volunteer Seb Lee-Delisle talks about his installation Laser Light City. Through it, he allows viewers to control high-powered lasers beaming into the urban night sky. We also talk nerd comedy, open
It's our final radio show of a year full of bad news, and we have some good news to share. We speak to Jonathan Samuels, a lighting designer who has started a new lighting business. And we talk about positive steps by UK and EU Parliaments.
John Wackman and Elizabeth Knight are repair organisers and community advocates in the US. We hear how this work informed their new book, Repair Revolution.
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Joined by renowned iPhone repairer, Rico Cerva, we discuss how the serialisation of smartphone components is affecting independent repair.
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In October, the European Right to Repair campaign launched the “Heroes of Repair” series. We talk to Chloé Mikolajczak about the need to put a human face on repair.
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To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, we're republishing this 2018 interview with Suw Charman-Anderson, founder of the Ada Lovelace Day (ALD), which annually supports and increases the visibility of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
To kick off the autumn season, we talked to the founder of the non-profit organisation e Foundation, Gaël Duval. With their OS, /e/, they are prioritising user and data privacy. We find out why a change in our approach to data protection is suc
On our first radio show after the summer break, we're joined by James Diamond to discuss Hackney Fixers' new community laptop repair project.
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We talk to Jude Daniel Smith from Teach the Future, which aims to reshape the school curriculum to reflect the urgency of the climate crisis and equip younger generations for its inevitable impact on their future.
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