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January 10, 2021

 

Gramophone expert Tim Weeks brings back many happy childhood memories when he repairs an early Edison model Phonograph that has been silent for years. A treasured heirloom passed down from his aunt, the owner is delighted to hear it play music once more. Metal expert Brenton West restores a century-old silver mirror that has been passed down the female line of the owner's family. Replacing a broken corner of the mirror he makes it fit for use for another hundred years. Meanwhile leather expert Suzie Fletcher lovingly repairs a broken handle and restores the leather on a writing case formerly owned by pioneering locomotive engineer Robert Stephenson, a hero of the owner.

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Listened to 412: Love Batteries

Listened to 412: Love Batteries

A deep dive into Apple’s Feedback system, first impressions of the OWC Thunderbolt Dock, Marco’s other Christmas gift, and the best Liss pun to date.

By Accidental Tech Podcast