Earth Notes: The Earth Notes Podcast @HomeUpdated 2020-01-02 17:04 GMT.
Each episode is just a few minutes long, and is on a 'green' or energy efficiency or energy data topic, usually based at home.
Some episodes are a little more tangental, such as listening to the temperature of your radiators for a whole year in one second.
I hope to stir a few video podcasts into the mix in due course...
- 2019-12-30 A Sign-off for 2019, Hello 2020! 403s (6 min)
- 2019-11-09 VIDEO OpenTRV Movie Mashup 1: Video Out-takes and The Rest! 106s (1 min)
- 2019-10-29 Water Music: How Does Tap-water Temperature Sound in Time-lapse? 299s (4 min)
- 2019-10-28 The Green Existence of Adam Hart-Davis 338s (5 min)
- 2019-10-19 PV Sounds: How Does PV Grid-tie Generation Sound in Time-lapse? 157s (2 min)
- 2019-10-13 Battery Sounds: How Does a Battery Sound in Time-lapse? 159s (2 min)
- 2019-10-12 Rad Sounds II: Attempting a Higher-fi Home-heating Time-lapse 202s (3 min)
- 2019-09-22 Greener travel: Why We Should Cut Car-bon Miles 213s (3 min)
- 2019-09-15 Rad Sounds: How Cool is your Home Heating in Time-lapse? 196s (3 min)
- 2019-08-28 Aircon On, Windows Open! 193s (3 min)
- 2019-06-21 About Our Greenish Home aka 16WW, with Bonus Bats and Sparrows 219s (3 min)
- 2019-06-15 Solar Panels in My Garden 125s (2 min)
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