On a recent trip back to his homeland, Knowledge Transfer Fellow Andrew Dubber was invited to appear on Radio New Zealand with Kim Hill, New Zealand’s leading current affairs interviewer. The programme, entitled “Playing Favourites”, is the kiwi equivalent of “Desert Island Discs”.

In between his eclectic selection Dubber and Hill discussed topics such as copyright issues, on-line strategies for musicians – and Birmingham Council’s decision to drop possessive apostrophes on street signs. Our forthcoming podcast features a short section from the interview where Andrew discusses his research work with Birmingham City University and Interactive Cultures in particular the AHRC Knowledge Transfer Fellowship.

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Birmingham Centre For Media And Cultural Research

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