Britons: Listen To Radio 4 At 11am

By Jim Rossignol on June 3rd, 2011 at 10:30 am.


There’s a thing about UK developers on, and it features a bunch of our favourite indies being interviewed by Eurogamer’s Ellie Gibson:

Ellie Gibson joins the participants and organisers of a 48 hour “Games Jam”. Why are events like this becoming the place to be for video games designers and musicians struggling to find their next contract? Ellie ventures into the exciting creative cauldron which is shaping the future of the gaming industry.

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18 Comments »

  1. 4026 says:

    “Ellie Gibson is the best Gibson”

    I dunno, I thought Neuromancer was pretty good, actually.

  2. Delusibeta says:

    If you’re on the net, here’s a hot link to the official stream of BBC Radio 4: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/bbc_radio_fourfm

  3. dhrstoff says:

    Just turned the radio on and all I could hear was a man crying.

  4. mandrill says:

    Lets see what rubbish the Beeb will spout about games this time…

  5. Lambchops says:

    Yeah, OK why not.

  6. Crimsoneer says:

    World of Love reference! Wohoo!

  7. mandrill says:

    Hey Cliffski! That’s you on the radio that is :D

  8. Protome says:

    My university is one of the places that hosts Game Jam, I haven’t been to one yet, but I’ve heard good things.

  9. Coccyx says:

    Digital archers theme? The bastards.

  10. F4T C4T says:

    That was pretty good actually. Good to hear some voices from the UK Indie community!

  11. Davman says:

    I’ve been to 3 Global Game Jams now, made 3 games and had 3 really enjoyable experiences. I recommend everyone who has the slightest of programming, artistic or musical talent to attend.

  12. Rikard Peterson says:

    You can also listen to it anytime you want (within seven days from now) on the iPlayer. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b011jx07/Virtually_Famous/

  13. smokingkipper says:

    I read the title as not having the colon in it. Twas strange.

  14. Tams80 says:

    and all that is needed with it is a good old mug of tea. Makes anywhere home.

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