Global Breakfast Radio is by Seb Emina and Daniel Jones.

Seb Emina


Seb Emina is a British writer. He is author of The Breakfast Bible [UK / US] , a breakfasters’ compendium of recipes, essays and miscellany published by Bloomsbury. Until 2013 he ran the digital operation for Artangel, where he played a role in producing artworks including A Ship Adrift by James Bridle, Locked Room Scenario by Ryan Gander and A Bend in the River by Caryl Phillips & Johny Pitts. Other non-writing projects include the memento mori bot @mementomorrow co-created with the novelist Naomi Alderman, analogue search engine Old Googol and forthcoming food event All Day Breakfest. His writing, on subjects including television, South London, pockets, and croissants, has appeared in newspapers, books and magazines internationally.

Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones works with sound and technology to create new ways to look at the world. His previous work includes Chirp, a sound-based method of sharing data based on birdsong; Papa Sangre, a 3D audio-only game whose binaural audio engine was nominated for a BAFTA; and The Listening Machine, a 9-month-long orchestral piece of music based on the real-time conversations of 500 Twitter users

His sound practice as one half of Jones/Bulley studios has encompassed weather systems, analogue radio and brainwaves. The duo are presently developing Living Symphonies, a sound installation which grows in the same way as a forest ecosystem, touring four British forests over summer 2014.

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Michael Cordingley for sunrise and sunset calculation code
Flickr for Creative Commons sunrise photographs
Erik Flowers for meteorological icon font
Weather Underground for weather data
Yahoo for geocoding API

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