BBC and NPR Do Maps

Coincidentally, two public-radio programs had items on digital maps and geospatial technologies today. Both have already aired but you’ll be able to listen to them online.

On BBC Radio 4, Shop Talk had a program on digital mapping with about a half-dozen guests from the cartographic and geospatial fields. I goofed up my time zones but managed to catch the last ten minutes of it live, but you can find it here for the next week or so. I’m listening to it now. (Thanks to Steve Chilton, who was one of the guests, for the heads-up.)

Once I’ve finished listening to that, I’ll turn to NPR’s On Point: this morning’s program talks about the implications of all the new mapping and geospatial technologies. Via Allan Doyle.