‘PowerPointless’, a BBC Radio 4 programme dedicated to the culture and development of ‘Powerpoint’.
As part of this programme Ian Sansom interviews Katrina Sluis in relation to The Photographers’ Gallery 2016 digital exhibition on the Powerpoint Polemics.
With more than 30 million presentations being given around the world every day, PowerPoint has become the single most ubiquitous tool fo
r presenting ideas. Yet it’s the software many of us love to hate – vilified for simplifying the complex and complicating the simple.
30 years on from its commercial launch, Ian Sansom asks, ‘What’s the real point of PowerPoint?’ as he embarks on what surely must be a world first – a PowerPoint presentation for the radio.
Listen to the programme, here: