In Which A Weight is Lifted by PHDtv published on 2013/02/22 20:09:24 +0000 The AudioPH[i]D Ep. 3 - 2/23/13: In Which a Weight is Lifted This month, we are proud to present a play about the possible theft of one of the world's most precious artifacts: The International Protoype Kilogram, the One True Kilogram against which all other kilograms are measured. What would happen if someone stole the IPK? How would the world go about replacing – or displacing – it? So today, we present a punny romp through the noir: A Gram…to Kil! Visit our website for Works Cited or to listen (and watch!) on YouTube: www.phdcomics.com/tv/#031 Credits: Produced by: Laurence Yeung Written by: Zach Tobin and Laurence Yeung Performances by: Zach Tobin, Crystal Dilworth, Matt Siegler, and Laurence Yeung Special thanks to Jorge Cham, Crystal Dilworth, and Meg Rosenburg Additional Credits: Funded in part by the National Science Foundation. Thanks to FreeSound.org (users alienistcog, harpoyume, rwm28) and Freemusicarchive.org (“LA” by Julian Winter, “Action at a Distance” by Matmos, “Mellocool” by Trans-Atlantic Rage, “Ebony Concerto” by Shmuel, “Art-i-Cell” by Prof. Neutrino, “Indian Summer” by ends not near, and “Now Get Busy” by the Beastie Boys). We also used “Baby Won’t You Please Come Home” performed by Bill Coleman and his Orchestra. This podcast is distributed by PHDtv for Piled Higher and Deeper Publishing.