Global Breakfast Radio is by Seb Emina and Daniel Jones.
Seb Emina is an author and award-winning editor working in conventional and unconventional projects involving words and literature. He is editor in chief of The Happy Reader, a magazine published by Penguin in collaboration with Fantastic Man. He's the author of The Breakfast Bible (2013), a breakfasters' compendium, and was founder of popular website The London Review of Breakfasts. Other non-writing projects include analogue search engine Old Googol and The Library Project, a literary installation for a hotel. His writing on subjects such as travel, food, art and books has appeared in the New York Times, Paris Review (click for a piece on radio-based time travel), FT, Guardian and Vogue among others. He lives between Paris and London.
Daniel Jones works with sound and technology to create new ways of experiencing the world around us. His previous work includes Chirp, a data sharing medium based on tiny snippets of digital 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 has encompassed weather systems, analogue radio, brainwaves, internet discussion forums, and forest ecosystems.
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