This is an Audioboo channel set up to host audio from the Sundance Film Festival 2013.
Interviews with film actors, directors and other film industry insiders plus vox pops, viewer reviews and any other interesting stuff to come out of this years festival.
On this week's books podcast we will be discussing the tricky business of giving books as presents and we want to know your thoughts.
How often do you give books, what sort do you give, and who do you give them to - friends, relatives, older or younger people? Do you like receiving books as presents and what is the most memorable book you've ever been given? Add your voice to the discussion, here.We will feature some of our favourite comments on guardian.co.uk/books. By posting your audio in this stream you agree to let this happen (although copyright remains with you at all times, and you will be credited).
Each story delivers a lasting impression, packing a punch beyond its three hundred word limit. The innovative pieces showcased come from some of the most exciting writers at work today.
Quick Fictions is the brainchild of Nicholas Royle, Professor of English at the University of Sussex and author of the novel, Quilt. Quick Fictions grew out of his interest in experimental projects and new kinds of writing. In particular, he wanted to explore the question of how to write - inventively, thoughtfully, memorably - in the age of the short attention span.
Bletchley Park is the historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during WWII.
It is the birthplace of modern computing.
Winston Churchill described the Codebreakers as "The geese who laid the golden egg but never cackled."
Here you will find stories told by the codebreakers, staff and volunteers, audio from events and lectures, stories which are still emerging and reports on the progress of the development of Bletchley Park.