5.2 - THAT PODCAST with TERRY GILLIAM... in which the truth is out there – PART TWO

THAT PODCAST... in which the truth is out there, we jump down the conspiracy theory rabbit hole, let A.I. run our lives for a while, and wonder if democracy stands a chance - PART TWOIn Part 2, host Terry Gilliam discussed A.I. with Dr Cathy O’Neil and democracy with Open Democracy’s Mary Fitzgerald. This part also features original work by writer-performer Christopher Brett Bailey and playwright Stef Smith. Content Warnings - graphic depictions of animal cruelty and self-harmEpisode 5, Part 2 credits: Host - Terry GilliamGuest - Dr Cathy O’NeilGuest - Mary FitzgeraldCommissioned pieces:I Saw Satan At The 7/11 by Christopher Brett Bailey Writer-Performer - Christopher Brett BaileyDirector - Richard TwymanSound Designer - Mike WinshipThe Truth Fairy by Stef Smith Mya - Jessica FostekewTheo - Hana DoeDirector - Debbie HannanSound Designer - Mike WinshipWriter - Stef Smith Host script - Jennifer Bakst and Terry Gilliam Interview sound recording - James HingleyInterview editor - Martha LittlehailesTestimonials Research - Aina J. Khan and Ruth McKeeMusic – BMG Production MusicProduction Co-ordinator - Madeleine SharmaAssistant Producer - Ben QuashieProducers - Andrew Hughes and Sarah Jane MurraySeries Producer - Ben WalkerCommissioning Editor - Jennifer BakstConsultant Producer - Holly GilliamExecutive Producers - Robert Delamere and Richard TwymanTHAT PODCAST is a Storyglass and ETT co-production See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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A new magazine-style 12-part series that tells the story of a nation and a world in rapid transition featuring original commissions and performances from some of the UK’s most exciting names in contemporary arts and entertainment.That Podcast is a co-production between Storyglass and ETT. Executive Producers: Robert Delamere & Richard Twyman, Commissioning Editor: Jennifer Bakst, Producers: Andrew Hughes & Sarah Jane Murray, Series Producer: Ben Walker. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.