In this paper we address the implementation of the Generalized Convolution Quadrature (gCQ) presented and analyzed by the authors in a previous paper for solving linear parabolic and hyperbolic convolution equations. Our main goal is to overcome the current restriction to uniform time steps of Lubich's Convolution Quadrature (CQ). A major challenge for the efficient realization of the new method is the evaluation of high-order divided differences for the transfer function in a fast and stable way. Our algorithm is based on contour integral representation of the numerical solution and quadrature in the complex plane. As the main application we consider the wave equation in exterior domains, which is formulated as a retarded boundary integral equation. We provide numerical experiments to illustrate the theoretical results.