Sarah Southern is a stand up comic who performs on the London circuit.
She is currently writing a show to take to the Edinburgh Fringe called Wedding Guest Extraordinaire. She also hosts a weekly podcast called Wedding Guest Extraordinaire which discusses wedding planning but from the point of view of a guest.
Chris runs CBRD, a wide-ranging website all about the British road network that has taken up most of his free time for the last sixteen years, and proven surprisingly popular given its niche appeal.
As well as photographing and writing about everything from surviving gas streetlights to the peculiarities of asset numbering on roadside equipment, he trawls archives and libraries to piece together untold stories about the things that have quietly shaped the way we get around.
He comes from Leeds originally, but has lived in London for the last 11 years, working in various technical roles to do with radio and steadily losing his accent. A national newspaper once described him as “not at all geeky”.
Jason is an American writer, editor and podcaster whose professional career has been spent covering Apple and related technologies and pop culture.
He was editorial director for IDG the publishers of Macworld Magazine until 2014 when he created SixColors.com, a website to continue covering technology and apple products and also runs a podcast network called The Incomparable focused on pop culture discussions and game shows.
He talks about life as an independent worker on a podcast called Free Agents and talks technology on the Upgrade Podcast both hosted at relay.fm
David speaks and writes often about Apple technology. David is a past speaker at Macworld / iWorld and a regular faculty member for the American Bar Association’s TechShow. David also spoke to the Federal Judicial College.
David published two books for Wiley Press, “Mac at Work” and “iPad at Work”. David also publishes the MacSparky Field Guides including the best selling iBooks Author book, Paperless, awarded a Best of 2012 award from Apple.
Don has run Screencastsonline since 2005 and was one of the first people to offer a premium podcast service of recordings of his desktop offering people how to’s and tips and tricks based around Mac and iOS applications.
Kevin Leach is a former BBC News Studio Manager who now runs In:Quality Media which supplies a product iPDTL to radio stations to allow them to get contributions from people outside of the radio studio in good quality.
The former Customs Officer of Desert Island Geek joins us.
Creative, illustrative, writing, leather-working geek who lives, works, and surfs on the blustery Atlantic coast of north Cornwall.
Once an enthusiastic, early-adopting podcaster, he now focuses his creative energies towards a series of novels and short stories set in Edwardian London, in addition to a few that will have you leaving the lights on at night, and questioning the near future. He never has enough hours in the day and hopes there’s some decent surf on the island!