Much as I dislike obscure/punning blog post titles, I’m afraid I couldn’t resist this one. ‘Tiger’ refers to children’s TV legend Debbie Russ, who played this role in the popular 70’s Saturday morning sitcom Here Come the Double Deckers!. And ‘chi’ is, of more »
The second clip from Richard Noble’s presentation at the RNLI Lecture on 24th November 2009. In this clip he talks about the development of his latest project – the world’s first 1,000 mph car. You can see the video promo more »
The School of Engineering at the University of Southampton asked Zemedia to film this presentation by Richard Noble OBE, the leader of the team that holds the current land speed record (760.343mph). Two 6 minute clips where edited from the more »
We were commissioned by Schools Liaison at the University of Southampton to produce a podcast to promote their new “Learn with US” programme to sixth form and FE college teachers. After reviewing the material we decided to produce two versions more »
This podcast was produced for the University of Southampton to promote the work of their Department of Archaeology. Clips from this were shown on BBC News, and the podcast has been blogged around the globe.