Tag Archives: craft
Sir Chris Hoy speaks to Humans Invent about developing his bike range.
Richard Moore sits down with Sir Chris Hoy to discuss why Graeme Obree is his hero.
Humans Invent takes a look at the amazing story of bike maker Ezra Caldwell.
Humans Invent speak to Graeme Obree in Battle Mountain as he embarks on a potentially record breaking week in cycling history.
We look at the detail that goes into engineering an LCD TV.
Humans Invent investigates a future with self-healing gadgets.
In the latest podcast Richard Moore and Ed Pickering examine Graeme Obree’s IHPVA record attempt.
Graeme Obree road-tests the Beastie, with its brand new shell design, at Prestwick Airport.
Humans Invent asks, can the shape of a plate determine how food tastes?
Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie discuss the Vuelta A España, including Tony Martin being denied victory in the final few metres.
On the latest show, Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined in central London by Tom Southam, the former professional rider turned writer.
Humans Invent talks to Louise Donald, the Operations Director at Team Garmin-Sharp about devoting her life to the logistics behind cycling.
Author Robert Penn discusses how human a bike can really be.
Journalist and author Robert Penn pays homage to Richard Ballantine, the man who made us all mechanics.
Humans Invent go behind the scenes to investigate the engineering behind Team Garmin Sharp’s new solar bus.
Humans Invent find out that there more than just machines behind McLaren’s supercars.
Humans Invent meets the artist who makes mechanical automata.
The artist who doesn’t glue, weld or solder his sculptures and only uses typewriter parts to build them.
Humans Invent talks to Martin Siegert about his attempt to reach the subglacial Lake Ellsworth.
Humans Invent visits Thomas Lyte, one of England’s last traditional silversmiths.